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You searched for: Place: Bicester, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Bicester

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Bicester 15. THE PRIORY OF BICESTER Although there is no chartulary of the Austin priory of Bicester , yet more than fifty of the original charters are preserved at the British Museum and

    The market town of Bicester BICESTER BICESTER

    horses of the Bicester Troop. 427 The Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt goes back to 1778, when John Warde kept a pack of hounds at Weston-on-the-Green and hunted the Bicester country. The hunt became known as the Bicester when the

    Parishes Stratton Audley STRATION AUDLEY

    the parish of Bicester . The church is first specifically mentioned when it was granted with the church of Bicester , of which it was a dependent chapel, by Gilbert Basset , lord of the manors of Bicester and Stratton

    Parishes Ambrosden

    the minute book of the 'Protestant Dissenters at Bicester ' as a branch church, and the Bicester minister had administered the Lord's Supper there for the first time. 323 This connexion with Bicester conti nued until 1884, when Blackthorn was

    Parishes Launton

    and Convent of Westminster and the Prior and Convent of Bicester , whereby the latter were to inclose 8 acres in the common pasture near their sheep-walk at Wretchwick in Bicester parish, and the former were to inclose 8 acres

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COKER, John (?1523-1607), ?of Bicester, Oxon.

    COKER, John (?1523-1607), ?of Bicester, Oxon. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1563 Biography The man whose particulars appear above, and who died 14 Feb. 1607, and was buried in Bicester church, is the most likely, among a number of obscure namesakes, to

    DENTON, John (by 1514-76), of Ambrosden, Oxon.

    estates around Bicester. He was described as of Blackthorn, three miles from Bicester, when on 25 Oct. 1542 he received a grant of the manors of Nun’s Place or King’s End in Bicester and of Ambrosden near Bicester in exchange

    BLOUNT, Michael (by 1529-1609), of Mapledurham, Oxon.

    a burgess in 1600. His wife, on the death of her only brother, inherited half the lands formerly belonging to Bicester priory. Blount’s purchase of the other half from her sister involved him in disputes with various members of her

    BLOUNT, Michael (by 1529-1609).

    to have been his marriage to the coheir of an estate which had been formed out of the lands of Bicester priory, Oxfordshire, an alliance which was to involve him in much contention in later life. He built the present

    BLOUNT, Richard III (1564-1628), of Mapledurham, Oxon. and Iver, Bucks.

    wife Cecily and of his eldest son, Sir Charles, must have strained his resources, but he left considerable estates at Bicester, Mapledurham and elsewhere, and made large bequests to his children, including £1,500 to his unmarried daughter. An elaborate priest

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The damages were laid at 50001.-Mr. BRotoeAMa stated the case for the plaintiff, whose father formerly kept an inn at Bicester. The defendant was the son of a retired hosier, formerly of Casile-street, Lei- cester-fields: he was a lieutenant in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brighton Railway. William Fechney Black, Esq. Wilton place, Belgerce square, Director of the Italian and Austrian Railway. William Cole, Esq. Bicester, Oxon, Director of the Wilts and Berks Canal. William Shaw, Esq. Director of the Thames Embankment, and 1Manag- inrg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    want of something or other that the commonest prudence and care would have supplied, LATEST EDITION. The verdict on the Bicester catastrophe is, like others of the same sort that have preceded it, virtually set aside by the observations accompanying Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    One who could 1111 up hisl time with uombrella work praforred.-Apply, stating termsus age, And refecenca, A. Wellss,~ Sheep Street, Bicester. oi352 w TIIWATTBR'S Ausletunt.-Wanted, youing Man; niust be smartM .I.Lsalesmen end window dcegaer-.-Addceas, stating age, referencesa- salary, 704, Dally Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    could do the N lolitlI-' roporntiilg for a emsll II (oolly payer p~referced.-Ada~resq, goiviisg- OlliS termis 1(11( retereceeB. tsuldwcrenielr Oalco Bicester. Oxen. o54-1 I` thir BOtiTS lThird) Wantelf. u anl Hute.-Apply, by lctter,cHead 47 frees. q t.ildlllhtl 1128 -100TS I~e~l- Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    82 295 2 June 1652. Lister Blount begs leave to prove his claim to, and the discharge of lands in Bicester, conveyed in trust by his elder brother, Sir Charles Blount, in 5 Charles, for debts for which he, Ant. Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, 1582, 01 January 1582-31 December 1582

    the pardon for the Lady Sharington's intrusion. November 21, 25 Eliz. 4 pp . ( 141. 129.) John Butler, of Bicester, Oxon, to Lord [? Burghley ] . 1582, Nov. 21. Was indicted for absenting himself from divine worship, and

    Elizabeth, August 1568, 16-31, 16 August 1568-31 August 1568

    courteous and honourable entertainment in her house and near her person of the daughter of her chamberlain, Lord Edward Howard. Bicester, 27 Aug. 1568. Copy. Endd. Fr. P . 1. August 27. 2473 . Lord Hunsdon to Cecil. 1. Prays

    Index, B

    , Cumberland. See Beaucastle. Bex , Monsieur de, or du, 194. letter to, 195. Bezurti , Alonzo, a Biscayan, 559. Bicester , Oxon, 212. Bickersteth , Anthony, certificate by, 251. Biddeford , Devon, 136. Bielefeld (Bilefeld), 49. Bigg , ,

    Index, B, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    Bedyll. Beysby , John., dec., g. 914 (2). Bible , the (New Testament), 226, 523 4, 611, 615 (2), 1091. Bicester or Burcester (Burcestre), Oxon, 457. -, prior of, 457. -, apostate monk of, 457. Bicknor English (Englyshe Bykenoure), parson

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robertus Phipps, 23/5/1579

    Robertus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 23/5/1579 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Bicester//Oxon OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Grindal's Register I (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grindal, Edmund/Canterbury Province 1576- 1583 Comment Phipps was Vicar of Bicester


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