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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    1846. From a plan in the collection of the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society. 158 Thame in 1959 164 Thame Park . From an unsigned plan 168 Thame Fields 189 Thame Church . From a plan by H. A. James

    Thame hundred THAME HUNDRED

    THAME HUNDRED The hundred contains no great house such as Nuneham Courtenay , but i t has the 18th-century Thame Park which incorporates the remains of Thame Abbey , a number of houses of the gentry, and groups of small

    Thame Topography, manors and estates THAME 1959 THAME PARK

    was built up again on the old foundations by Mrs. Keppel-Palmer . THAME PARK Outside the town, in the hamlets, the chief ancient building is Thame Park , the site of Thame Abbey . Except for the abbot's lodgings, which

    Parishes Sydenham SKETCH MAP OF SYDENHAM C. 1800

    however, of the parish's history has been the long connexion with the abbots of Thame and their successors at Thame Park . This can be traced from the 12th century to 1917. 3 Otherwise, no persons of national importance have

    Lew Manor and other estates

    .). It then passed to Catherine's grandson Philip (d. 1760), Viscount Wenman , and his trustees, later descending with Thame Park to Sophia Wykeham 87 who sold it in 1824 . The freehold part ( c . 74½ a.) was

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T

    Terringham , Sir Thomas, 318. Texero , , a Portuguese gentleman, 242. Teynham , (Tenham; Kent), manor of, 439. Thame Park [Oxon. ] , letter dated at, 305. Thames , the river, 55, 174. Thebalds , see Theobalds. Theker ,

    Cecil Papers, September 1604,, 01 September 1604-30 September 1604

    copy . p . ( 189. 19.) Sir Thomas Wenman to Viscount Cranborne. 1604, Sept. 10. Recommending the bearer. Thame Park, 10 Sept. 1604. Holograph . p . ( 206. 9.) Lady Cooke to Viscount "Cranbrocke" (Cranborne). [1604 ] ,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Nicolaus Arscot, 0/4/1550

    Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Ev. Entitl. Thomas Denys of Holcum, Devon, knt. Type ordination Date 0/4/1550 Place Thame Park Church Clerical Status priest Letters Dimissory N OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Oxf. Dioc. Papers d.105 (Episcopal Register) Bishopr King,

    Hugo Chernocke, 23/11/1550

    Forename Hugo Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Ev. Entitl. Curate of Mylton Type ordination Date 23/11/1550 Place Thame Park Church parish church Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory N Auth. Bishop Thomas, Lewis/Shrewsbury 1537- 1561 OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO,

    Nicolaus Arscot, 22/3/1550

    Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Ev. Entitl. Thomas Denys of Holcum, Devon, mil. Type ordination Date 22/3/1550 Place Thame Park Church parish church Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory N Auth. Bishop King, Robert/Oxford 1542- 1557 OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO,

    Thomas Mussell, 20/4/1549

    TYPE Ev. Entitl. fee and patrimony of Humfredus Foster of Aldermaston, com. Berks, knt. Type ordination Date 20/4/1549 Place Thame Park Church parish church Clerical Status priest Letters Dimissory N Auth. Bishop Thomas, Lewis/Shrewsbury 1537- 1561 OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO,

    Thomas Mussell, 6/4/1549

    TYPE Ev. Entitl. fee and patrimony of Humfredus Foster of Aldermaston, com. Berks, mil. Type ordination Date 6/4/1549 Place Thame Park Church parish church Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory N Auth. Bishop Thomas, Lewis/Shrewsbury 1537- 1561 OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be let; also three farms near Thame, And Tetsworth, Oxon, comprising 755 acres belonging to Miss Woughain, of Thame Park. The whole of the farmers in the parish of Dorton (djoining Wooton Un- derwood) with one exception, hare either Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le I behxinld h~imx the greatest actress of the day, tQ mnourn lsi dead whom "liviDg she sustained."-.Nenws. At Thame Park, aged 97, John Hawk'ns, alias Heals; he passed 7 yewra eo thpt domain. Aged 83, W. Richardson, known in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subject only to a smalllae~dcax; ibis in the vicinity of Shirburn Castle (thb seat of the Earl of Macclesfield), Thame Park; and other important residential Properties, end belonging to it is the Manor or Lord- ship; or-reputed Manor or Lordship, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the United Kingdom, and her heirs eanle to that of Barons, by the title of Baron Wenman of Thame Park and Swaileliffe, in the edunty of Oxford. THE T.rILOUS' STRIKE.-The utter distress into which the jonuneymnen and their families Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was almost consummated, when the tenant farmers of Bucks took it into their heads to object, Captain Hamilton, of Thame Park, Oxfordshire, and formerly member for the borough of Aylesbury, was requested to put himself in nomination, and prevent Mr. Subscribers-only content

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