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You searched for: Place: Binsey, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying Parts of the Liberty THE LIBERTY c. 1750

    of Binsey from an early date may originally have been called Thornbury (thorn-tree hill), considered in the 15th century to be an alternative name for Binsey . 62 South-east of Binsey lies Medley which has been joined to Binsey by

    Boundaries MODERN BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    Oxford , were in a separate liberty, Northgate hundred. 5 Binsey , too, seems sometimes to have been excluded from the town's jurisdiction, but medieval subsidy assessments for Oxford included Binsey , Holywell , and the parishes of St. Thomas

    Bullingdon hundred Bullingdon hundred

    must have been in Bullingdon. The boundary would then have followed the western arm of the Thames and have included Binsey , Medley, and Oseney. 4 There is only one direct reference to four of the later hundreds in Domesday

    Parishes Marston

    the manor of Headington . The great, composite royal manor included water-meadows beyond the Cherwell as far as Oseney and Binsey on the Thames , and fisheries in both rivers. Marston , although a separate agricultural community, was presumably never

    Mills and Fisheries

    Trill mill was accused of interfering with the weir of Blackfriars ' mill, 9 and in 1337 men from Medley, Binsey , and Os eney broke sluices and weirs at Castle mill. 10 Two new mills built by the abbot

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    -, Th., 3544. Bingley (Byngleye), Rob., g. 2362 (26). Binham , Bynham, or Benam, prior of, 183, 1386, p. 2699. Binsey , Oxon, 1468, 1695, p. 3065, p. 3068. Birbrouke , benefice at, 2752. Birchington , g. 2218 (17), App.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLASS of ADYZBT1SKMEHT& For smseetsee insertions of the classes of email Advertisements particularised below the following are the preprid charges, whici must be paid in postal notes. It ail oses the Address is counted as extra:- 26 Words, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    minimum dividend of 7 per oesnt. per annum, payable ln siher. Prov~iaon is made for payment by the contractr (Mr. Binsey) i intereat at 6 per cent. poer annum during construction. leleoeit £1 on applie~tion, andl £2 on allotment; a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v rfE s-aiilad of r ANThTONY WtLDUIAN are ;tcsido ATTFNII : Ii hcNl-UIa na.ttaftii- %YLBLK MI[HA;hi- 1IYsUf UTI{-LE2 CU7RE JJ I bass-ic 'Thiua>, at, Elight ns'cliw'b by thy3 It's' U i10. E.,; IWIo Y, on Psi.qni-sisisnthn -t, I'i'r'si- A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the left-arm just below the shoulder. In addition to the above, John Thomas Powell, soldier, of the Perch Inn, Binsey, has ! been admitted with a badly lacerated arm, caused by.! falling through a window on the 24th December, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and they had therefore to contrive to get 50 Laymen there. In this Rural Dleanery thoy had 24 parishes without Binsey, of which 12 might be called large parishes and 12 small, and he therefore moved, " That in order Subscribers-only content

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