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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanton Harcourt Introduction Stanton Harcourt c. 1820

    Blackditch , originated as a cruck-framed hall-house of three bays, reconstructed in stone possibly during the later 16th century; expansion of the village along Blackditch , mentioned by name in 1540 , 44 may represent a late phase, and

    Stanton Harcourt Economic history

    plant hire and transport business at Blackditch ; Stanton Harcourt was then said to be becoming a dormitory village for Oxford . 94 Some local emploment remained in the gravel works, in the Blackditch warehousing and haulage business, and on

    Stanton Harcourt Manors and other estates Stanton Harcourt manor house

    century the manor house was leased to Thomas Flexney and was probably that later known as Flexney's House, north-east of Blackditch . 14 The house, of coursed limestone rubble with a gabled stone slate roof, is of two storeys, and

    Thame Topography, manors and estates THAME 1959 THAME PARK

    by Sydenham where there were some particularly artificial twists as the line turned north-east to skirt Thame Park and include Blackditch farm before going north to form the county boundary, dividing the parish from Towersey on the east. 38 This


    Stanton : Eliz., see Holloway John, fam., Stanton Harcourt , adv., agric., airfield, Armstalls, see Stanton Harcourt :Hamstall as address, Blackditch , bdy., bridges, chap., chaplains, chars., ch., ch. hos., cts., curates, Devil's Quoits, see Stanton Harcourt :prehist. rem.dom. archit.,

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