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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidlington Economic history

    two Campsfield farms, the Rectory farm, Stratfield farm, and Thrupp Manor farm. In 1851 farms ranged from 245 a. (probably one of the Campsfield farms) down to 13 a., and in 1881 from 496 a. for one of the Campsfield

    Kidlington Introduction Kidlington and Thrupp c. 1800

    Bladon to Enslow bridge crossed the north of the pa rish. It was turnpiked as far as Campsfield in 1751 and from Campsfield to Enslow bridge in 1768 , and was disturnpiked in 1870 . 65 The main road pattern

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Economic history

    3 a. on Ilbert de Lacy's. 38 Perhaps this was demesne pasture only, for there was later extensive pasture at Campsfield in the south-west, and at Oldfield plain in the north-west, and in 1486 there were apparently 100 a. of

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Introduction Shipton-on-Cherwell 1803

    of the road from Steeple Barton towards Oxford and represented in 1984 by a short stretch of the road from Campsfield to Hensington . The 11th-century western boundary ran west of the later one, along a lost way to Bladon

    Woodstock Introduction

    Marlboroughs took over patronage of the Woodstock constituency and the races in 1705 . 43 The earliest course was at Campsfield (in Kidlington parish) but by 1682 racing was over a 4 mile course in Woodstock Park ; the meetings

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for repairing the Road from the Top of Crickley -Hill, in the County of Gloucester to Frogg-Mill, and through the Towns of Burford and Witney, and Parishes of Hanborough and Bladen, to Campsfie..., 11 June 1750

    0/ Glou- cefter, £o Frogg-Mill, *z/^ /#roz/gZ> *j&? 7ot//.t cf Burford ^^ Witney, #/^ Awv/Itar o/Han- borough ^/?^ Bladen, /o Campsfield, /» /^^ jr\zr//ib of Kidlington, /» /fZ>£ G?«»{y of Ox- ford; ^/z^^o £fe i?o#^ jfrwz Witney, ^roz/g£ Enfliam, Cumner, Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1751, 3 April 1751

    Frogg Mill, and through. u the Towns of Nortbleach, Burford, and Witney, and " Pariflies of Handborough and Bladen, to Campsfield, in " the Parifh of Kidlington, in the County of Oxford; and "•alfo the Road from Witney, through Enfljam, Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1751, 22 May 1751

    Frogg " Mill, through the Towns of Northleach, Burford, and " Witney, and Parifhes of Hanborough and Bladen, to " Campsfield, in the Pariili of Kidii?igton, in the County " of Oxford; and alfo the Road from Witney, through u Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1759, 2 April 1759

    to Frogg Hill, through the Towns of North/each, Cf Burford, and Witney, and Parifhes of Hqnborougb " and Bladen, to Campsfield in the Parifh of Kidlington, " in the County of Oxford, and alfo the Road from Wit- " ney, Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1759, 6 April 1759

    of Glouceßer to Frog Mill, through the Towns of Northleach, Burford, and Witney, and Pariflies of Hanborough and Bladen, to Campsfield in the Parifli of Kidlington in the County of Oxford, and alfo the Road from Witney, through Enjbam, Cumner, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. ;, P6RTrNG, INTELLIGENQB. ? 410.-.- I -:= ,? . z ? .. .. . I ? I . I ? . " :7=7 Jaor- Th medigsatirewaton and-Windsor werelbrokh'o nets isd PA n ot factory 6sdclusln thi af~irno* iinhd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8 4 Pink.Mny.'7 0 Can't ...8...... , 2 c by Syrian-Salam3.. 7 0 Dulcimer .........Sob .. ....8 2 Sooerssd.es 6,13 Campsfield . ; .... 8 1 Rosebud . . 6.11 ACCEPTANCES FOR THE ALEXANDRA CUP. age at lb age. t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at tliis ieetingfflb extra. R.MI. winl st lb at lb F Hopscotch.0` 0 6Hoesewvife. 6 12 0 General .7 12 Campsfield .. 6 10 (f Dscat .7 i Loeh DhuB .. .. 6 0 Dla Lady Clarendon. 7 5 Cartago Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the oBrahms Poetries and the Hamaburgbs. The followin gentlemen offciated as jndges:-Short- -hornas and fati catle: r. B. J. Newton, Campsfield, tWoodmstook; and Mr. G. .EL Baday, eolmne Plerpolut, .ottlagham, Shropshlre sheep and pigs: Mr. T. Horley, The Fosse, Lesainugton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1 agst Mary Andersqn, 5 to I agst Grande Dame, 6 to-I agat Bright Eye, 8 to l agst Campsfield, 20 toA1 each apst Mr. Pongo's dam, olt and Verona. Ma~ry Anuderson cut out the w-ork from Bright Eye Subscribers-only content

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