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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shifford Charities for the poor

    £10 for a yearly dole to 8 poor of Shifford and Chimney . 66 William Farr of Brighthampton , by will proved 1691, left £5 at interest to the poor of Shifford , 67 and Thomas Horde , by will

    Standlake Charities for the poor

    the parish. Brighthampton 's share of Weale's charity became part of Bampton Consolidated Charities and later of Bampton Welfare Trust under Schemes of 1888 and 1972 ; a two-acre close in Bampton thought to belong to the Brighthampton poor was

    Standlake Local government

    part of Brighthampton within Hardwick manor and Bampton parish, elected annually until 1842, and a hayward with shared jurisdiction over Standlake common, wh ose office continued after inclosure. 42 For civil and parochial purposes the part of Brighthampton within Bampton

    Standlake Introduction Standlake , Brighthampton , and Hardwick c . 1850 Hermitage in 1873

    , Brighthampton , and Hardwick c . 1850 On the west there was, except within Brighthampton village, no distinct boundary until inclosure between those parts of Brighthampton in Bampton and those in Standlake , the shared fields of Brighthampton and

    Standlake Economic history

    in Northmoor and South Leigh parishes respectively. 72 Standlake and Brighthampton inhabitants were by the 19th century excluded from Hardwick 's common pastures, though Brighthampton tenants of Hardwick and Brighthampton manor shared rights in Standlake common, prompting disputes between the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clerks, vrant 'to Wi~llss of .Wykohant, istshof t of Winch;ester2 all' the lands &co., in Broughton, Nobrt Newenton, Wenescot Stanlafro, Brighthampton, Norton Bruyn B~rsdewell, Wygttinge, eued Asiton, in the county of OxfosA, vwith the appurtenaices,. .0 Wth remain- ders to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. ABINGDON. Tniz ST~nOPLEisLsS.-The Barks and Oxou Hunt Steeplechases will be held on Tuesday next, and should the weather be favourable a large and important gathering may be expected. Special trains will run from London, Birmingham, &c. ABINGDON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called upen to discharge. Yours faithfuslly, of U.S. T. r. I3SCO] Cet. LOCAL GOVENNIMENT ACT, 1888 STANDLAIEE ELECTORAL DIVIsIosq Including Brighthampton, Coggs, Curbridge, Duck. - hlinctonn, Hardwiok, Northissoor, StandlaOe Steatee Harcourt, and Yelford. LADiEs £Nm GENrLE=mmv r[9HE present Government have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drapery Stores, Oxford. A Df Please don't shop after Four o'clock on Thursday. o Ar DEATHS. C April 6, at Brighthampton, near Standlake, Ann, wife Is of William Pinnock, aged 67. n April 10, at Chipping-Norton, Mary, widow of Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kidlington, for Kidlington; Mr. M. Mederaft, Islip, for Islip: Mr. W. Rowbottoum. 6, St. Aldate's, for Oxford; Mr. W. Hawes, Brighthampton, for Standlakeo Mr. J. Pareons, Elsfleld, for Stanton St. John: and Mr. F. J. D. Westell, Witney, for Witney., Subscribers-only content

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