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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Culham

    Council took over the management of Culham 's sanitation. As a result of the Local Government Act of 1894 the Culham Rural District Council and the Culham Parish Council were set up. 196 The Culham Rural District Council came to

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    extracts from parish registers by Col. J. L. Chester , c . 1880 c 222 Index to Culham parish registers and other Culham material by W. J. Oldfield c 357 Court book of South Stoke , 1704-40 c 381 Survey

    Kidlington Roman Catholicism

    popish householders, the Gosford innkeeper and his son, were visited once a month by Peter Ingleby , a Jesuit from Culham or Sandford . 31 The two or three Roman Catholics still met occasionally at the Gosford i nn in

    Hospitals Abingdon

    value of £40, to the intent they might maintain and repair the two bridges and the highway between Abingdon and Culham , and also provide for the relief of thirteen poor persons of both sexes (seven men and six women),

    Parishes Wargrave

    the parish is Upper Culham . A house was built on the site of Culham Court in 1706 , but the present house was built in 1771 by Robert Mitchell , lord of the manor of Culham . It is

  • * British History Online * *

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    Aldermen of the City of London, Cordwainer ward

    (Raydon) ( Clothworker ) ] Knighted June 20, 1641; died July 1643 (buried August 1). August 3, 1643 Thomas Cullum ("Culham") Draper S. 1646 7. [Sworn same day ] 56 [Nominated: S. Avery, George Henley ( Leatherseller ), Edward Cooke

    Newspapers for the Year 1647, 01 December 1647-31 December 1647

    the Lord Mayor, and Aldermen [John ] Langham, [Sir Thos. ] Adams, and [James ] Bunce, and Sheriff [Thos. ] Culham guilty of high treason and to be committed to the Tower, and be proceeded against as in the case Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 516, August 1648, 01 August 1648-31 August 1648

    Warrant [to the Governor of Windsor Castle ] to receive into his custody as prisoners Thomas Holder, Isaac Knipe, Thos. Culham, and Leonard Gleane to be kept in solitary confinement in Windsor Castle until further order, they being committed for Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 516, September 1648, 01 September 1648-30 September 1648

    upon what terms. 3. To write to Commissary Genl. Ireton and the Governor of Windsor Castle, to examine Holder, Gleane, Culham, and Knipe, with the assistance of Mr. Frost, junr., and to report the examinations to us. Afternoon. 4. That Subscribers-only content

    Book 1, 1669

    se appren Johanni middleton de minories pro 7 ann a die dat etc. 65 Johannes Giles filius Ric. Giles de Culham in Com Devon Clothworker po: se appren Thome Brockwell de angell alley extra Bippsgate pro 7 ann a 25

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CULHAM, John, of Wallingford, Berks.

    CULHAM, John, of Wallingford, Berks. Constituency Dates Wallingford 1399 Wallingford 1407 Biography Culham appears in the records of the borough court between 1399 and 1402. He was present at the election for the town to the Parliament of 1410, and

    CAREY, Edmund (d.1637), of Culham, Oxon.

    (d.1637), of Culham, Oxon. Constituency Dates Newport IoW 1584 Newport IoW 1589 Oxford 1593 Buckingham 1597 Wiltshire 1601 Calne 1604 Calne 1614 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body by 1598; j.p.q. Northants. 1592, Bucks., Mdx., Glos., Wilts., Yorks. (W. Riding)

    POTY, Richard (by 1517-45/46), of Orford and Woodbridge, Suff.

    of one of the Members is also unknown for 1542 Poty could have sat in that Parliament as well. John Culham of Dunwich who had lived in Orford until 1536 recalled 18 years later that after his departure from the

    NEVILLE, Edward II (b.1567), of Wargrave and Windsor, Berks.

    been left the manor of Culham, in the parish of Wargrave, and other property in Berkshire, and all his father’s ‘household stuff’ at the Savoy in London. He was presumably the Edward Neville of Culham, Sunninghill and Windsor, whose fourth

    BISHOPP, Sir Cecil, 4th Bt. (c.1635-1705), of Parham, Suss. and Culham, Oxon.

    (c.1635-1705), of Parham, Suss. and Culham, Oxon. Constituency Dates Bramber 14 Jan. 1662 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suss. 1663-80, 1689, Berks. 1673-4; j.p. Suss. 1665-Mar. 1689, Aug. 1689-d., commr. for recusants 1675, dep. lt. 1685-?89. Biography Bishopp’s great-grandfather acquired

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1755, 4 March 1755

    faid Roads; •' and alfo for repairing and widening the Roads lead- •* ing from the End of Culham Bridge next to Culham *' in the County of Oxford, to the End of Burford " Bridge next to Abingdon in Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1755, 6 March 1755

    Roads ; and alfo for repairing and widen- " ing the Roads leading from the End of Culham Bridge " next to Culham in the County of Oxford, to the End f of Bur ford Bridge next to Abingdon in Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1755, 7 March 1755

    the faid Roads ; and alfo for repairing and wi¬ dening the Roads leading from the End of Culham Bridge next to Culham in the County of Oxford, to the End of Bur ford Bridge next to Abingdon in the Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1755, 13 March 1755

    faid Roads ; and alfo for repairing and widening the " Roads leading from the End of Culham Bridge next " to Culham in the County of Oxford, to the End of " Burford Bridge next to Abingdon in the Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1755, 20 March 1755

    for repairing the Roads leading from Henley Bridge in the County of Oxford, to Dorcheßer Bridge, and from thence to Culham Bridge, and to a Place called Mile Stone, in the Road leading to Magdalen Bridge, in the faid County, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq -On the 19tleinst., Wiidman Yates Peel, Esq., to Magdalene Susannia, second daughter of the late Jonathan Peel, Esq., of Culham, Oxfo:dshire. Deatlhs.-On the 20th inst., the Right Hon. Sir Herbert Jenner Fost, in the 75th year of his age-On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gross injustice of one of its leading members. At a meet- Ing of the friends of the Training College at Culham, the Duke of Marlborough said " no one could deny that the "tendency of the Government towards the Church Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvon a line race by half a length; three lengths separated second and third. Medoc was fourth, Sachet fifth, end Culham last.-The winner wast bought in for 23Oge. The CaOYDON SrBRLG Two-mAx-oLD RAce of 400 soVS. Five furlongs. Mr. Price's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buscrett) and Culham (T. Loates) also ran. ,Bettings: 6 to 4 agst Pulsation, 3 to 1 agst Medoc, 4 to 1 agst Cape Race, and S to 1 r.gse D~rafly.--Medoc cut out the worl- from Pulsation -and Culham, avith Dryfly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freda Prince Victor Lassise i AonrrnosAL ARrnAans.-Spot, Compline, Wanderer, Theon, Growelthorpe, Coolshannah, Holly, Bob Sawyer, Domino, Tibbs, Belfry, Leeds, Glendalongh, Culham, Cheesecake filly, Mountain Warbler, Ulster Lily, Dryfly, Geld Dust, Fatima., Joseph, Eserick, Lady Bertha, Claude, Henry Duboar, and Marakah. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Joh Rawlins, 14/6/1705

    Rawlins Forename Joh Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 14/6/1705 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Culham// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers c. 266 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Talbot, William/Oxford 1699- 1715 Comment

    Richard Monnox, 28/2/1721

    Monnox Forename Richard Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 28/2/1721 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Culham// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers c. 266 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Potter, John/Oxford 1715- 1737 Comment

    Richardus Knight, 17/12/1683

    Knight Forename Richardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 17/12/1683 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Culham// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers d. 106 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Fell, John/Oxford 1676- 1686 Comment vacancy

    Riceus Maddocke, 12/2/1614

    DETAIL Surname Maddocke Forename Riceus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 12/2/1614 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Culham// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Oxf. Dioc. Papers c.264 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bridges, John/Oxford 1604- 1618 Comment

    Benjamin Kennicott, 27/12/1783

    Kennicott Forename Benjamin Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 27/12/1783 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Culham// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b. 21 (Episcopal Register 1737-1802) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Butler, John/Oxford 1777- 1788 Comment

 

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