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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Watlington PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF WATLINGTON C. 1800 WATLINGTON CHURH IN 1873

    to the Revd. C.E. Rucke- Keen , and 134 acres belonging to Watlington Park estate. 480 The woods were normally kept in the landlord's hands. Watlington Park woods and plantations (139 a.) consisted chiefly of beech with some oak, pine,

    Ploughley hundred PLOUGHLEY HUNDRED

    were sold to Christopher Tilson and descended in the Tilson family for several generations. 69 John Henry Tilson of Watlington Park succeeded to the property in 1774 and in 1795 sold the whole to Arthur Annesley for £25,000. 70 The

    Parishes Hampton Poyle

    the earl sold his Hampton estates to Christopher Tilson , who bequeathed them to his nephew John Tilson of Watlington Park . 72 In 1767, on John Tilson 's marriage to Maria Lushington , they were the subject of a

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    (fl. 1815), of Watlington Park , 231, 240, 244; John Hen . (d. 1837), 223, 229, 236, 244; Maria, m. Thos. F. Shaen Carter (d. 1875), 223; Mrs. - (fl. c . 1801), of Watlington Park , 249; fam., 214,

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    its classical character. In 1818, 218 under the management of Col. Tilson , whose family had become owners of Watlington Park in about 1765, the master's salary was increased to £20 and the number of free scholars to twenty. Instruction

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1612, 01 May 1612-31 May 1612

    woods which are out of lease in the following places: Smith's of Turner's Court, Redd Pitts Farm, Swincombe Farm, Watlington Park, etc. Undated Endorsed: 'Note of woods concerning Lord Knolles.' 1 p . ( 132 163) (4) Notes with respect

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Watermen , see also State, the, watermen of. Waters , Jno. Jos. Nath. Rebecca Watkins , Edw. Sir David Watlington Park , co. Oxon Watson , Fras. Jno. Col. Jno., troop of Thos. Wm., gunmaker Ensign waterman Watterton , Jno. Subscribers-only content

    James I: Volume 37, October, November, 1608, 01 October 1608-30 November 1608

    King, for a lease in reversion of [Watlington ] Park. Annexing , 6. I. Statement of the value of Watlington Park, with certain coppices appended, as leased by the late Queen to John Cade . Oct. 4. 7. Certificate of

    James I: Volume 54, May, 1610, 01 May 1610-31 May 1610

    ? ] . May 18. 58. Sir Fras. Stoner to Salisbury. Begs that his lease of the woods in Watlington Park, co. Oxford, may be granted according to promise, relying on which he has purchased the land in the park,

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    360 Waterperry (Walterperrie), co. Oxford 291 Watkins , George, of Temple Broadwindsor, co. Dorset alleged to be recusant, 272 Watlington Park , co. Oxford 367 Watson , Sir Edward, of Rockingham Castle, co. Northants. letters to Earl of Salisbury, 71,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.A., rector Of St. Thomas's charch, Birmingham. She was the only slaugiter of tlte late Joist Tilson. Esq., of Watlington Park, Oxonadneefte late Si Stphen Lushia.gton, Bart. adnecoftl WILLIAM W5 ttEnRFOnRe, Est-.-It iatfsisday our melancehoify duty tuaniOunt,~ tbti death of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jun., Esq., of Lech. lade Manor, Gloucestershire, to Augasta Susanne Shaen, eldest daughter of Thomas Sheen Carter. Esq., of Watlington Park, Oxon, and Erris, County Mayo. DEATH S. Gibson-Jannary 14, at Crucatt, Ricbhill, John Gibson, ERq., aged 62 years. His Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COWVS AND HEIFERS. rpO be SOLD, several just calved, well bred and _1 good milkers. - Apply Mr. Bristowe, Watlington Park, Oxon. OR thLE,-ALight PONY CARRIAGE, F olothcushios andlinings, eqa to ne; clheap.-. Mr. Burrows, sgdddler, St, Alclse's, Ofrd WALLINGFORD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hon. Holmes lCourt, the newly-electod Chief Constable for Oxfordshire, peaches and nectarines from the Earl of Maeclesfieldl, roses from Watlington Park (T. F. Svmons-Jeune's), samples of fresh butter and cream cheese from thie dairy of Pyrton Manor (Mrs. Hamersley), roses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of this Society was held in Watlington Park on Wednesday last, and was the best in point of exhibits that has been held lately, end but for somewhat doubtful weather may be considered an unqualified suc- i cess, a largo Subscribers-only content

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