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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stowe

    greater number of the inhabitants are now to be found at Dadford , formerly Dodford , a prosperous hamlet of some size in the west of the parish. In Dadford are the vicarage and the schools and a few thatched

    Buckingham hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Buckingham

    3 except Luffield Abbey and Pound on ; the latter was probably included under Charndon . Evershaw in Biddlesden , Dadford and Lamport in Stowe , and a hide of land called Hasley were described separately in 1086 . 4

    Parishes Biddlesden

    in Whittlewood Forest to repair his grange of Gorral which was burnt. 84 It appears to have lain partly in Dadford Manor in Stowe parish, 85 with which it was assessed in the 13 th century. 86 In 1540 it

    The borough of Buckingham

    bushels of corn (or 20 d ., its value) for the right of holding an annual view of frankpledge at Dadford . 226 There were also thirty tenants at will, some of whom held within the borough, in Castle End

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heats, H. H. Smith, A. E. Phillip', A. Sparks (Speedwell B.C.), A. E. Dadford (Kidderminster Harriers), and T. George (Cheltenham A,S.) Final: Smith, I; Phillips, 2; Dadford, 3. Smith won by 3 yds. Time, 3 mim. 21 3-5 sic.-440 yards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oidder- inmates P.C. (scratch), 1n dI. H. Peplowl Stourbridge (35 yards), 2 plF. Hionson, Stourbrfdge Fb (20 yards), 3. Dadford won easily by a dozen yards. Time, 3m3s. 49 4.sce.-Second heate: C. rifiths, Sere . (25 yards), 1; F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    done. The hop-growers among others are said to be very heavy losers by the storm. Strawberries are extensively grown at Dadford; the beds have suffered very much there as well as in other places -by the hadi Amongst theother effects Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Dixon and Sons, Meesrs.4, Humphries and Sons, Mr. J, E. Barton, Messrs. Morton and Sons, Messrs. Woodward, Palmer, and Dadford, &e. M lessrs. Crossley and Co. (Limited) have also a place here. Mr. E. Hughes is the most extensive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Teen'.- T 4, BartholomseW Bo. e6'119 .1 IILLAGE CARTS-The lightest and otdnrbePn (tP F V mdato;onlyl16owt, PrIce£16.-At Jno.Maretoneanduns2. 1 to211, Dadford Stieet,11ironinsihar. c337 lul DONY TRAP and PetnfrS LE, tmno. ato and J. Co.'e, 21 to 20,BadodStet lranishl , e38 Subscribers-only content

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