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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Marcham

    in Garford in the 16th century, 26 when there was at Frilford 'a hamme of mede called the meter's hamme. 27 Existing names of interest are Cuckoo Pen in Frilford and Blachington in Garford ; mention may also be made

    Romano-British remains Introduction

    great. Within this area few stonebuilt houses are to be found. One small one existed at Burcot , another at Frilford in Berkshire , 8 miles west, while others are to be found on the high ground fringing this region

    Parishes Radley

    and in Garford , Boxford , Cumnor , Frilford and Longworth . 61 Berner had the Kennington and Garford land at the Domesday Survey, while Rainbald was still the tenant in Frilford . 62 In 1166 11/2 knight's fees were

    Parishes Letcombe Bassett

    78 Another portion seems to have been alienated much earlier, perhaps by the Childreys, for in 1625 Nicholas Aldworth of Frilford died seised of a 'manor' of Letcombe Bassett which he had purchased in 1624 from Robert and Richard Shepreve.

    Parishes Tubney

    1224 -5 and early in the reign of Henry III held a knight's fee of Abingdon Abbey in Tubney , Frilford and Uffington . 19 Henry de Tubney left a daughter and heir Alice who married Arnold de Bois, 20

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    East Greenwich. East Hendred. East Molesey. Easton. Eastway. Egham. Elinton. Eltisley. Esclusham. Evendons. Eye Hall. Farlam. Farrington Gurney. Fishside. Flambard. Frilford. Fulbourn. Furness. Garton, upon the Wolds. Gillingham. Glassonby. Glyncothi. Goxhill. Grange Moor. Grantham. Great Tew. Halcetor. Halton. Ham. Hardwell

    Index, F, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    soldiers , i. 1070 (3). Fright , John, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343). Frikelton , Chesh. See Frickleton, Lanc. Frilford , Berks., ii. g. 200 (40). Frindsbury (Frendesbury) , Kent, i. g. 1383 (102). Fringher (Fringer, Finger) , Lucas,

    Entry Book, May 1695, 1-5, 01 May 1695-05 May 1695

    0 ditto out of the manor of Hardwell [Harwell ] 0 10 0 ditto out of the manor of Frilsord [Frilford ] 1 4 0 ditto out of lands in Balking 0 0 10 ditto out of lands in Longworth

    Index of Persons and Places, F, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    ] , Baron de, envoy from the Elector of Saxony, 1039. Frieze , Marcus, master of the Hope , 1111. Frilford , Frilsord, co. Berks, manor of, 1022. Frinsoe . See Biggin. Firth William , Frith Williams. See Hem. Frize.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLAFRE, John (d.1442), of Fyfield, Berks.

    of the Golafre family were situated at Sarsden, Oxfordshire, and Bury Blunsdon, Wiltshire, as well as at Fyfield, Garford and Frilford in Berkshire. All these were to pass at some stage in his career to John Golafre, but, since he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thirty Years' War. By EI. Reuss (Strasburg). 12. Ihne's History of Rome. Bv C. W. BoDse. 13. Rolleston's Excavations at Frilford. By C. II. Pearson. 14. Wright's Kamnil of El-Mubarrad. By Professor Noldeke (Kiel). 15. Hubner's Corpus Inscriptionum I. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exhibitor, the Earl of Ayleaford, iackington lIah; breeder, Mr. William Tdge, Aahford, near ILudlow. Second ditto, £65, Mr. Willism Aldworth, Frilford, near Abingdon. COm- mended, J. Naylor, Eq., LeightonHall, WelshpooL-Steews First prize, £10,, with President's prize of £25., extra prize Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years old:- First prize of £25. to Mr. Heath, of Luadham. Hall; sscoo~d prize of'£1l0. to Mr, W. Aldworth, of Frilford ; and third prize of £5. to Mr. John Naylor, of Leighton Hall. CLASS VIL-Hereferd Heifers net exceeding four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomais Taylor, Burleigh Villa, sear Wellington, Shropshire. Commended, the Eight Ronourahle Lord Bateman, Shobdon Court, Hertofordehlre ; Mr. W. Aldworib, Frilford, near Abingdon, Berklshires; breeder, the Rev. A. Clive, WhItfeluti, near Hereford. -Cowos, First prize, £10O., and silver muedal as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hale, Norwich ; breeder, the late Mr. J. Blockley, Togford, Church 15tretten, bihropihite. Second ditt, £5. Erhibutor. Mr. William Aidwoeth, Frilford, Ahlngdon ; breeder, Mr. John Eeans Zd41158)), the Jay Eosue, Leoitweerdlne, Herefordehife. Gorumen1ded : Es- hibtior ard beeedrr, his Subscribers-only content

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