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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blenheim Blenheim Palace Blenheim Palace BLENHEIM PALACE c . 1860

    Guide [ 1897 ] ; Taunt, Blenheim , Woodstock ( 1914 ). Blenheim Palace (official guide, 1950, 1976 edns.). Green , Blenheim Palace , 223-4; Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 178-84. Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 196, 220; Country Life

    Woodstock Overview

    opposite Blenheim Palace , was occupied until the early 18th century by a royal residence, called the king's houses or Woodstock Manor . 4 By the 12th century it was surrounded by a great park, Woodstock Park , renamed Blenheim

    Hanborough Local government

    Blenheim Mun., B/M/225, p. 54. B.L. Harl . Roll F. 18; above, Eynsham , Econ. (Agric.). Blenheim Mun., B/M/208. f. 347v.; O.R.O., MS. Oxf. Dioc. c 21, ff. 445-449v. Blenheim Mun., B/M/216-25, passim . P.R.O., LR 2/224, f. 107.

    Blenheim Park from 1705 Blenheim Park c. 1730 Blenheim Park c. 1870

    water terraces; Blenheim Libr., vols. of photos. Blenheim , ed. Bond and Tiller, 125, 127; Blenheim Mun. E/A/193: planting bk. Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 191. Green , Blenheim Palace , 205; Orr, Oxon . Agric . 60-1. Blenheim ,

    Hanborough Economic history

    1840-1900 )', Folklore , xxiv. 84. Blenheim Mun., B/M/216, f. 186. Ibid. map of 1761. Ibid. box 84. Above, Manors. Blenheim Mun., boxes 79, 80. Ibid. boxes 80, 84. P.R.O., LR 2/202, ff. 36v.-38v. Blenheim Mun., box 84; C.C.C. Mun

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPENCER, George, Mq. of Blandford (1766-1840), of Blenheim, Oxon.

    of Blandford (1766-1840), of Blenheim, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 1790 111796 Tregony 1802 Aug. 1804 Ofifces Held Ld. of Treasury Aug. 1804-Feb. 1806. Ofifces Held Maj. 1 Reading vols. 1803, lt.-col. commdt. (militia) 1808. Biography Blandford, thought to be the

    BRAY, William (1682-1720), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    acquired Great Barrington by marriage in the sixteenth century, owned the quarries that provided the stone for the building of Blenheim palace.[footnote] An army officer, he served in Flanders under Marlborough. His brother Edmund married the heiress of Llantarnam in

    CAMPBELL, Hon. James (c.1680-1745), of Rowallan, Ayr.

    the bedchamber 1727-d.; brig.-gen. 1735; gov. Edinburgh castle 1738-d.; maj.-gen. 1739; lt.-gen. 1742. Biography Campbell, whose military service extended from Blenheim to Fontenoy, was returned on the interest of his brother, Lord Loudoun, voting regularly with the Government. In 1741

    DASHWOOD, Sir James, 2nd Bt. (1715-79), of Kirtlington Park, Oxon.

    Banbury on his own lands,[footnote] Dashwood built himself ‘a vast new house’ at Kirtlington, the largest in the county after Blenheim, ‘situated so high’, Horace Walpole wrote (4 Aug. 1753, to John Chute) ‘that it seems to stand for the

    WINDHAM, William (c.1674-1730), of Earsham, Norf.

    son of a Norfolk squire by the daughter of a wealthy merchant, Windham served under Marlborough, losing a leg at Blenheim. In 1720 he bought an estate at Earsham, where he built a house out of his profits from the

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