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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Didcot

    Parishes DidcotDIDCOT Dudecote (xiii-xv cent.); Doudecote (xiii cent.); Dudcote (xiii-xix cent.); Dodecote (xiv-xvii cent.); Dudcott (xvi-xviii cent.); Didcott (xvii-xix cent.). Didcot lies chiefly on a ridge running east and west between the Thames Valley on the north and the

    Parishes Beckford

    and included the hamlets of Grafton , Bengrove , and Didcot . Didcot lay in Tewkesbury hundred. 4 In 1931 Bengrove (357 a.) was transferred to Teddington parish and Didcot (431 a.) to Dumbleton parish; the remaining 1,990 a. of

    Parishes Winnall

    immediately opposite the rectory, and a little to the east of the church lie Winnall Farm and the manor-house. The Didcot , Newbury , and Winchester Branch of the Great Western Railway runs along the eastern side of the parish,

    The hundred of Tibblestone The hundred of Tibblestone

    Deerhurst hundred 7 and of parts of Stoke Orchard and of Ashton under Hill in the 11th century, 8 of Didcot in Beckford parish, 9 and of Cleeve hundred in the 13th and 14th centuries, 10 left only Hinton on

    Parishes Woodcott

    is a remote parish, distant about 2 miles west from Litchfield station on the Didcot , Newbury and Winchester line of the Great Western Railway , and 5 miles north-west from Whitchurch . It contains two farm-houses-Upper Woodcott Farm and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and North Shields (Tynemoiuth extension). To another committee:-F. 1. Oxford, Worcester, an Wolverhampton. 2. Oxford and Rugby. 3. Oxford and Didcot. 4. London and Worcester and Rugby and Oxford Railway (Dudley to Wolverhampton). 5. Birmingham and Gloucester Railway (Worcester branch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perilous when the high velocity of an express train on this line is considered. It seems that soon after leaving Didcot station the passengers in one of the second-class carriages were alarmed by an unusual noise, which appeared to arise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the jury on behalf of the accused, called a lad named Wheeler, who had been employed at the railway Hotel, Didcot, and he stated that on the 10th of August the prisoner came into the smoking room. A strange man, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    once more, this time at half-an-hour after twelve at noon, he proceeded Io Swindon Junction. Not without difficulty. For, at Didcot, he again found the black barrier across the road, and was violently conducted to seven places, with none of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday, Tborsdory, and Friday, Trains will leave Oxford at 11.45 a.m., and 1.00p.m, to meet the Down Mail T'rains at Didcot. Iteerns tickets isned at Paddiagton during the Commemoration week will be available for the day ef issue or the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROUNS, William (d.c.1401), of Sutton Courtenay, Berks.

    his inheritance of the family property, Brouns enfeoffed John Manning, clerk, and John Motte of his lands in Sutton and Didcot. At the same time his kinsman (perhaps uncle), John James† of Wallingford, put Manning and Motte into possession of

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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