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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Charlbury CHARLBURY 1761

    Fawler and Finstock followed the River Evenlode . Within Charlbury township was the hamlet of Cote , and Finstock contained Tapwell; both Cote and Tapwell were deserted in the course of the 15th and 16th centuries. Fawler and Finstock remained

    Wilcote Church

    a scheme of 1984 , put into effect in 1987 , a joint benefice was created, known as Ramsden , Finstock and Fawler , Leafield with Wychwood and Wilcote. 97 The first known presentation to the living was that made

    Wilcote Introduction Wilcote 1850

    boundary of Wootton hundred. The boundary on the east follows a short stretch of the road from North Leigh to Finstock and on the south North Leigh Lane , which joins Burford Way at the south-west corner. The line of

    North Leigh Manor and other estates

    hamlet, since deserted, in Finstock . 92 The freehold estate known as Wilcote, therefore, owing suit of court to Netley 's manor of North Leigh , probably straddled the parish boundary between North Leigh and Finstock but did not include

    The hundred of Banbury THE HUNDRED OF BANBURY

    Wardington , Williamscot , Prescote, Claydon , Shutford , Wickham , Swalcliffe , Swalcliffe Lea , Charlbury , Cote , Finstock , Fawler , and Tapwell. 16 Although the extra-parochial district of Clattercote was first included among the vills of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for receiving names, from the Ist of October to the Ist of December next. H. Conry. 4 BANKRUPTS. W. Stayt, Finstock, Oxfordshire, baker. [Nichols and Doyle, Bedford row. J. H. Limes, Richmond, Surrey, butcher. [Smith, Barnard's inn, Nolborn. R. MEntire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injured, and it is to be feared that keep will be very scarce hefore the spring of the year. From Finstock, 0afordshire, on Friday: "'The vweather has been foggy and a little milder during the last few days, hut the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half- past Il.-Sol.Young, Warwick-square.-Official assignee, Gra- am.-Pet. crs. Thomas Turner and Co., of Lavenham, Suf- folk. woolstaplers. STAYT William. of Finstock, in the county of Oxford, baker to sar. Oct. 15 and Nov. 11, at 2.-Sol. Tlompson, Oxford.- Official assignee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    telegrams and letters from private friends also came to hand. The funeral of the Dowrager Lady Churchill took place at Finstock. Oxfordshire, on Saturday afternoon. Many of the members of Her Majesty's Household were present, and the Queen, the Empress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following annoutce- meit :-,' On Monday last was mariedl, at Charibury, by the ltev. Dr. Silver, Mr. John Par, of Finstock, aged 70, Ito Chatlotte, youngest dautghter of Mr. T. Wiggiks, of the Isame place, aged 22- '[ The lollowing Subscribers-only content

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