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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clattercote

    In 1279 the Prior of Clattercote held a total of 16 yardlands (12 of them in villeinage) in Claydon , 46 some of which may represent Clattercote proper. In 1291 the Clattercote estate in Clattercote and Claydon yielded £22 13

    House of the Gilbertine order The priory of Clattercote

    House of the Gilbertine order The priory of Clattercote HOUSE OF THE GILBERTINE ORDER 21. THE PRIORY OF CLATTERCOTE At Clattercote , six miles north of Banbury , there was a house of the Gilbertine Order, originally a hospital for

    Religious houses Introduction

    which two abbeys and four priories were for men and one priory for women. Of the Gilbertine order we have Clattercote , originally a hospital for lepers. There were two alien priories, Cogges and Minster Lovell , founded about 1103

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    c 381 Survey of the Earl of Abingdon 's estates, 1728 c 398 Transcripts of charters of Bi cester , Clattercote , Littlemore , and Studley Priories d 90 Notes on church restorations, c . 1892 d 171 Collections of

    Parishes Cropredy CROPREDY c. 1830

    related to Clattercote and Prescote. In 1538 Clattercote had been granted, with its tithes, to William Petre , 287 but in 1622 the vicar claimed tithes there; he was successfully resisted by the owner, who established that Clattercote was extraparochial.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEE, Thomas (bef.1527-72), of Clattercote, Oxon.

    LEE, Thomas (bef.1527-72), of Clattercote, Oxon. Constituency Dates Banbury 1559 Ofifces Held J.p. Oxon 1562. Biography In the 1550s Lee began to build up a landed estate, receiving a grant of the site of Clattercote priory from the dean and

    LEE (LEIGH), John II (by 1526-60 or later), of Isel, Cumb.

    a widow from Irton, near Ravenglass, died in 1573: this Thomas Lee† has been confused with the Thomas Lee of Clattercote, Oxfordshire, who bought Isel rectory in 1559.[footnote]It was a ‘cousin’ Thomas Lee III who as sheriff had returned Lee

    CORBET, Richard II (c.1545-1606), of Moreton Corbet, Salop.

    of Condover (£40 each), and his ‘loving friend, Mr. Dodd, late preacher at Hanwell’ (£10). His wife received houses at Clattercote and Heydon in Oxfordshire, but only £13 was left ‘to relieve the poor’. Corbet died at Moreton Corbet, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, August 1538 21-25, 01 August 1538-31 August 1538

    James Butler, Thesaurer Willm. Brabazon Gerald Aylmer, justice John Alen Richard Delahid, baron. Not addressed . 22 Aug. 153 . Clattercote Priory. Close Roll, p. 2, No. 33. Rymer, xiv. 616. Surrender (by Robt. bishop of Llandaff, commendatory master of

    Cases before the Committee, March 1646, 01 March 1646-31 March 1646

    freed from sequestration, being by mistake inserted as being in Clattercote, and claimed by Sir Hen. Boothby. 182 607 24 May. On complaint that Capt. John Vint keeps possession of Clattercote Priory, on pretence that he keeps it for the Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, D, E, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    . See Clerk. Clasbe , George, 520. Clasey , John, letter from, 228. -, , daughter of card. Wolsey, 228. Clattercote (Clathercott) priory, 457. -, prior of, 457. Clavering , Essex, 520. Claxby , Linc., g. 1063 (6). Claxthorpe ,

    Henry VIII, Pardon Roll, Part 3, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    Chikesand, Cattellea, Lyncoln, Bulyngton, Syxhill, Ormesby, Almyngham, Newstead ( de Novo Loco ), Watton, Malton, St. Andrew's of York, Maresia, Clattercote, Holandbrigge ( de Ponte Aslaci ), Merleberg, Shuldham, Elreton, Fordham, Well, and St. Edmund's of Cambridge, 5 July. Thomas

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oxford, Henry, eigihth son of Mr. Councillor Freeman, aged 29. Xpril 11, at The Green. Cabury., William Hadland, formerly of Clattercote, in his 8o7th year. April 12, at tIme Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford (after amputation of his leg), John Westell, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clemrent's, Oxford, Mary r Ehicae~t~li Wife Of 3. Kn~appI, aged 65.C St.5,tWeyneouth, Mary Louisn, eldest daulghter' of S11enesrV HaIdlan~d, Of Clattercote, itear Banhury, in liar ii 11th Yeitr.-. Sept. 16, ait Staitley-road, Oxford, Frances Doreas, yougelaughter of the Rev. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs. Franklin (Ascott), B. Field (Thame Parki, H. Freeth (Cricklade). XV. H. Grimues (Kenilworthl, J. Graves(Leaamnigton), W.Gregory (Astrop), S. Hadlaud (Clattercote), A. Harding (Fiur- ford), H. Hodl-es (Grrat T'ow), F. D. Hldidy (;Manor Farm, Merton), Johit Harter (Newport Pagnell), A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of James Watts B. Burton, a retired innkeeper, who met his death by drown- I.insg on the previous Wediiesday in Clattercote Pool. Mr. te Iorron wee Du years of age, and wile formerly the landlord of the Braselose Inn until Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same time your committee are pleased to report that our own water supply from the reservoirs u: at Boddingtonl, Clattercote and Wormnleighton was P quite satisfactory. Your committee beg to report h rhat the appeal made to the Banbury Subscribers-only content

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