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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cowley

    Temple Cowley , the ' Swan ', the 'Plough', the ' Oxford Arms ', and the 'Cricketers' Arms'-doubtless named after Cowley Cricket Club, which was prominent in the village's social life. 15 The Manor House Ladies' School, in Temple Cowley

    South Leigh Manors and other estates

    's death in 1638 five farms in South Leigh passed to his younger son Edward Boswell or Bosvile of Temple Cowley , and later to Edward's son William, who in 1664 sold them to Sir Thomas Gore to discharge numerous

    Roman Catholicism.

    . 3 Three members of the Napper family were ordained, and both Holywell Manor and the family's house in Temple Cowley were refuges for Roman Catholic priests in Oxford . 4 The city recorder from 1566 to 1607 , Robert

    Parishes Littlemore

    like Temple Cowley , to Cardinal Wolsey for his college. 63 In 1530 it came to the king's hands. 64 In 1541 the Hospitallers were dissolved; thereafter the manor probably continued to be associated with that of Temple Cowley ,


    Street and Cowley Road . 3 At Temple Cowley in 1934 juniors and infants attended a church school, Cowley St. Christopher , in Temple Road ( 1884 ); seniors attended the Temple Cowley County Senior school, also in Temple Road

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1528, 21-25, 01 December 1528-31 December 1528

    in fee-farm to the dean and canons of Cardinal's college, Oxford, of their manors of Sampford, Horsepath, Lytlemore, and Temple Cowley, Oxon. and Berks, a great messuage with a garden in Chauncellor Lane, in the suburbs of London, late in

    Henry VIII, January 1531, 1-15, 01 January 1531-31 January 1531

    Higdon, S.T.P., dean of Wolsey's College, Oxford, to the King, of the manors of Sampford or Saundforde, Horsepath, Lytlemore, Temple Cowley, & c., in cos. Oxon. and Berks, and the advowson of the prebend of Blewbery in Salisbury cathedral; a

    Henry VIII, October 1527, 16-31, 01 October 1527-31 October 1527

    Small parchment roll of one membrane. R. O. 13. Littlemore: Indentures, & c. relating to manors of Sampford, Horsepath, Temple Cowley, & c. Eight drafts. R. O. 14. Inquisitions, releases, & c. relating to Poghley. Seven drafts. R. O. 15.

    Index, T, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Soms., I. g. 475 (3ii), 623 (4). -, commandry (supp.) of St. John, I. g. 475 (3ii.), 623 (4). Temple Cowley , Oxon. See Sandford. Temple Elphande (T. Elyhand) manor, Surr., near Capel, I. 346 (3) : g. 226 (79).

    Index, T, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Tempilhirst . See Templehirst. Tempestin , Bernardin, 3570, 5383. -, -, letter from, 5383. Temple , John, p. 151. Temple Cowley , 3537 (13) , 5057. Temple Dartford , Kent, 5772, 6336. Temple Grafton , 2127. Temple Newsom , 235,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    draper. . .J . CRnoNDACE, MonIOw Street, iMonmoUtb, tilor and slator. J. Kxron:r, Almahouee Street, Mlonmouth, nurseryman. J. I;oNO, Temple Cowley, Oxfordslhire, fArmer and dealer. BTRmIxnmFnIse COAL JIIERCRIANIE. A-N, COIN)aITsIEoS' kesoCy.'rioN.-Tlie annual dinner of the membsrs of this essoeiation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the Mid Division of Oxfordshire (Mr. W. Robinson), held an inquest on Saturday afternoon. at the Reading Room, Temple Cowley, on the body of Eliza Fry, aged nine weeks. It had been reported that the child died from starvation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J., )stecmmission gent Ja. Foor W., Luton, licensed victualer 1an 1 Flutter T., late of Surbiton, Jan. Firenma G.., Temple Cowley, former, Jan. 12 Gilbert J, Forest-Vill too dealer, Jan. 20 Giles W., Ecelonecrod, Jan. 17 Grodoy J., Bow, builder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eveeham, market garLecuer W. Btudnso, Crlxisle, draper H. A. Smith, St. Alban's. ironnonecer J. Clark. Potterspury, bahier J, Patker, 'Temple Cowley, boot I. A. Carroll, l1angollen, out of businesb r. Mitchell. Mareharn-le-Fen, caraeutier lt. Evens, Brentiord, grocer -1. Robertsou, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, T. Arsiali, Esq. Pinks, twelve-i, Mr. C. Jacob ; 2, Dr. 13Dewater Ward. Ditto, six-i, Mr. J. Lakin, Temple Cowley ; 2, Mr,. A. Evans ; 3, Mr.i C, 11il1, Rewley Nursery. Petielee, twenty-tour-i, i'. Southby, Rsq. ; 2, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The 'Antislip' safety pin tab

    Wholesale and Retail Drapers can obtain the above by applying to '* INVENTOR," cjo Alfred Breese, Limited, Mechanical Engineers, Temple Cowley, Oxford. •pjOJXQ *^9IAV03 9{dai9J^ 'SJ99Ul§Ug lB3IUT3ip9J\[ 'a3Xmiq ^3S33Hg a3>I33V ojo ./aOXMHAMIn OJ Suii(j44v ^9 ^(loqv di{} mvfqo uvo sx9(fvAQ Subscribers-only content

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