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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chinnor PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF CHINNOR CHINNOR

    Parishes ChinnorCHINNOR The modern civil parish of Chinnor was formed in 1932 when the ancient parishes of Chinnor and Emmington were united. 1 The ancient parish of Chinnor covered 2,712 acres and like other Chiltern parishes was narrow and

    Parishes Emmington

    called Burgidge Way at the Chinnor end, which ran to the east of the village. Both this way and the way to Henton , shown on the maps of 1697 and 1797, disappeared when Chinnor fields were inclosed. 5 The

    Parishes Sydenham SKETCH MAP OF SYDENHAM C. 1800

    of Chinnor manor and the suit of the free tenants, even after the concord of 1248, was reserved by the lord of Chinnor , the free tenants of Sydenham are listed in the hundred rolls amongst those of Chinnor .

    List of maps and plans

    F. E. W. Lewis . Page The Hundred of Lewknor 1 Aston Rowant and Kingston Blount Fields 30 Chinnor Fields 67 Chinnor Church . From a plan by D. Sturdy and the Oxford University Archaeological Society 76 Crowell Fields 81

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    7 1 1 5 5 15 1 17 5 21 1 6 2 40 10 6 7 11 6 9 Chinnor 1 19 10 4 25 5 12 9 17 6 3 10 17 7 1 5 17 122 3

  • * British History Online * *

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    London Tabernacle Minutes, 1746-7

    and Hearne Brother Wallis Brother Lad Brother Huggins Brother Miers Gloucester and Apperly Bristol Tewksbury Exeter Plymouth Portsmouth Hampton Oulney Chinnor Bovee Coomb Stancomb Oxford To the Tabernacle, London Thomas Harris and Edwards with trustees and Mr Holier and Hodgson,

    Appendices, Kendal Castle and the Westmorland coat of arms

    Maria Gatehouse his wife, and one of the three daughters and coheirs of William Huggins, the Rev. James Musgrave of Chinnor, co. Oxford, Doctor of Laws, the other residuary devisee and Jane Musgrave his wife and one of the three

    General Index, G, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    churchwarden, certificate by Gawsworth (Goseworth), Cheshire, Earl of Macclesfield's house, Monmouth's entertainment at Church, Monmouth at Geay , , of Chinnor, minister, author of Daniel in the Lions' Den , indicted for libel Geere , Sir Robert, horse belonging to, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    Gawyn father of Walter, and William, his brother, 222. Emberton [co. Buckingham ] , manor, 1220. Emmington , Amyngton [in Chinnor parish, co. Oxford ] , manor, 435. Emson , Empson, Richard, esquire, 377, 567, 574, 581, 611, 758, 776, Subscribers-only content

    James I: Volume 44, March-April, 1609, 01 March 1609-30 April 1609

    to Edm. Nevill. [ Docquet . ] March 8. Grant to Thos. Barnes of pardon for two rapes attempted at Chinnor, co. Oxford. [ Docquet . ] March 9. Fleet Prison. 18. Petition of Rob. Lloyd to Lord Chancellor Ellesmere.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Maximillian Friend, 19/4/1804

    Forename William Maximillian Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 19/4/1804 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Chinnor// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b.22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Randolph, John/Oxford 1799- 1807 Comment

    William Musgrave, 23/1/1810

    Surname Musgrave Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 23/1/1810 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Chinnor// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b.22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moss, Charles/Oxford 1807- 1811 Comment

    Cranley Lancelot Kerby, 19/6/1816

    Kerby Forename Cranley Lancelot Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 19/6/1816 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Chinnor// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b.22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Legge, Edward/Oxford 1816- 1827 Comment

    Augustinus Hatton, 14/12/1560

    Surname Hatton Forename Augustinus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 14/12/1560 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Chinnor// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Oxf. Dioc. Papers d.105 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

    Henry Payne, 18/2/1814

    Forename Henry Title Qualification LLD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 18/2/1814 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Chinnor// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, c. 84 (Curates' Licences) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Jackson, William/Oxford 1812- 1815

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged damie,1 who is of gipsy orig~in, is BEFYSY LitATnIUAwN , that site was bantised at thle iir~rsh oluiroh of Chinnor, Oxen, in 171) , and that the re.~ord readis thus April 24:th, BustAerT, dtiugliter of Tao fAR 1-loitnam, tra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Sheldwick.) In long red mangolds, the P rize-winners were G. and J. Perry, W. IV. Pearce M.acsham), and 0. Hatton (Chinnor). G. and J. Perry, 0. Hattor, and C. Collard (Little Barton) gained the awards for yellow globe mangolds - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aecord tlte death of Sir William Augustus I'uegrare, 1a3rt, of Baernsley Park, wloacect'rahhe, xvhich tool plae oen T'imrsday lest, at Chinnor Rectory, at the advancedl ago of 83 years. The late baronet was the second son of S;r James, eighth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    became acqualinted with de. fendlant through his preparing her for confirmsation wisen bo wsat it charge of the panish of Chinnor. Being dosirous of obtabsisig a ilitnation as a ntsrssry governess in a cl errgymall's family, Kitsm accepted an invitation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. [From Last Niast's Oectte.1 I BANKiRUPTS. t TnoxAs Huwror, originally sued as John Hutton, trading as Tisitton and Co., Culluns Street, London, whio broker. JAMES IAd KEY, Psntonville Prison, Caledonian Ward, I Shiddlesex, out of business. GEORtGiE Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENET, Hugh (d.1446), of Oxford and Thame, Oxon.

    maintain men who broke the King’s peace. In 1436 he was party to a transaction concerning a small estate at Chinnor, not far from Thame. He was among the many witnesses to the parliamentary election for the shire held at

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