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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Quenington

    7 s . 11/2 d . 8 The possessions of the preceptory included the manors of Quenington , Wishanger , Baunton , Calmsden and Hampenne in Gloucestershire ; of Bradwell , Gosford , Sutton , and Clanfield in Oxfordshire ;

    Harrow , including Pinner Harrow church

    the welfare of the poor. 41 Some, like Elias of Dereham ( c . 1205 to 1242) 42 or William Baunton ( 1390 to 1396) 43 became rector for their services as the archbishop's steward. Others, like Simon Offeham (

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    1326), Ralph (fl. 1326), Ralph (fl. 1355), Thos., fam., Bastian & Allen Ltd. , baths , public, see swimming pools Baunton , Wm., Rector of Harrow , Baxter, H. , Beaconsfield (Bucks.) , Beasley , Thos., Beauchamp , Ric., Bp.

    Milborne Port Milborne Port in 1839 Seal of Milborne-Port .

    a dwelling named the Cupola on a leasehold site. 22 Nineteenth-century workers' housing included Russell Place ( 1867 ) and Baunton 's Orchard, both in Kingsbury . 23 Larger private houses, several built by glove manufacturers, include the Knapp (

    Political history

    of the Hundred Rolls ( 1276 ) we can trace all the existing hundreds. They appear in that document as Baunton , Bulingdene, Dorkecestre, Langetre, Thame , Pouwedelowe (Ploughley), Ewelm, Bannebyr, Leukenore, Blokesham, Benefield, Piriton, Chadelington, and Wotton . A

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