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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cassington Local government

    Montagus, and presumably their predecessors the Clintons , held courts for their manor, to which in 1279 the sheriff of Oxfordshire had entry once a year to hold view of frankpledge and collect 4 s . Certainty money. 5 In

    Parishes Austrey

    time the Ferrers lands, now a parcel of the Duchy of Lancaster , had come into the hands of the Clintons as under-tenants. The manor was held jointly by Sir John Clinton and his wife Elizabeth , and after his

    Parishes Swanbourne

    Kokefeld finally quitclaimed all their right. 45 Before 1208 Henry de Clinton subinfeudated the manor to Robert de Braybrook, the Clintons retaining the position of intermediary lords until some time after 1278 . 46 After this date their interest appears

    Parishes Snitterfield [ Plan of Snitterfield church ]

    to William Cumin. 11 Hugh's granddaughter Margery married Osbert de Clinton , and the mesne lordship was held by the Clintons in 1316 12 and as late as 1386. 13 According to Dugdale William Cumin was succeeded by his nephew

    Parishes Arley

    Lovel , for his support of Lambert Simnel in 1487 , 83 the advowson seems to have remained with the Clintons till 1517, when the feoffees of Thomas, Lord Clinton , presented after his death. 84 By 1554 the advowson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nomenclature imaginable. There are no less than twenty towns named Washington, nine 3effersons, eight Madisons, seventeen lMonrces, eight Jacksons, six Clintons, two or three Adamses, seventeen Richmonds, fourteen Columbias, as many Fairfields, ditto Lebanons, ditto Salems, ditto Mount Pleasants; of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grey's Cs- lonial Policy, 12s. Hamilton's Danish Isles, 7o. Edward 0oborne 3S.6d. Memo.irs of Mldamed'Oberkireh, s. Charles Doler 6'. The Clintons, Os. Basil, IS. 6d. Beatrice, Is. 6d. Agaiha's Husband. iOs. 6d. &c. AN EARLY APPLICATION WILL SECURE GOOD COPIES. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    losnial Poli'y, is. Hamilton's Danish Isles, 7s. Ediward Osbonse, li3s. d Memoirs of Madame dOberkirhes.' s. Charlso Delmer, (36s The Clintons, is. Dasil, 1s2. Beatrice, 7s. Gd. 'gatha's jHnsbandi, (s. 6d. rtce. AN EARtLY APPLICAtTION WILL SECIJRE OCOD All orders Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Pelham to she Clinton family, the title became so far changed that Newcastle-under-Lyme was substi- tuted for Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Clintons, who thus succeeded to the Dukedom by a fortunate marriage, had been since the days of Elizabeth Earls ofLisicoln, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knowsley. Thu Russells. T'he Grosvenors The Cecils. The Fitzwilliams. The Villiers. The Cavendishes. tIe Barings. The Bentincks. The Petty-Eitzmaurices. The Clintons. The Herhects. The Stanhopes. The Somersets. The Talbots. The IBerkeleys. The Leveson-Gowers. The Seymoars. The Pagets. The Lennoxes. The Subscribers-only content

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