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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godington

    and Godington duly reverted to the De Beverleys. John de Beverley died in 1380 , and Godington was delivered by the escheator to his widow Amice, since they had held the manor jointly. 67 On Amice's death in 1416 Godington

    Statistical material, 1086-1768

    8 4 30 2 4 19 8 31 Fritwell 2 12 7 3 22 2 11 14 14 5 44 Godington 1 16 2 1 19 1 2 7 21 6 34 Hampton Gay 2 1 1 1 8 2

    Parishes Middleton Stoney

    was held by Richard Puingiant, a Norman tenant-in-chief of whom nothing is known beyond the fact that he also held Godington and had other estates in Wiltshire , Berkshire , Hampshire , and Bedfordshire . Of his Saxon predecessor, Turi,

    Parishes Stratton Audley STRATION AUDLEY

    Thomas de Verdun, lord of Hethe , 55 and secondly Richard, son of Gerard de Camville of Middleton Stoney and Godington . 56 Gilbert Basset died in 1205 , and in the following year Richard succeeded to his wife's considerable

    Sport

    Dug out and killed. Second fox found at Godington -ran a ring and lost. Third fox found at Cotmore Gorse, ran by Bainton Braid Farm, leaving Fringford Hill on the left to Godington (great pace) through the covert straight to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    of Bere, Westcliffe ] , co, Kent, his estate valued at 300, 13. Toke (Tuck), Mr [? Nicholas Toke, of Godington, Great Chart ] , co. Kent, his estate valued at 400, 14. Tollard Royal (Tollard), co. Wilts, 42, 46.

    General Index, G, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    College, Cambridge, petition of Capt. John, of Margate letters of letter to suggested as intelligencer Godfrey , R., letter of Godington , rectory of, Oxfordshire Godman , or Goodman, Henry, Presbyterian, licence requested for licence to Godolphin , Francis, grant Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    324. -, Peter, leatherseller, of London, 111. Godfeld , John, 555. Godfrey , Richard, 84, 297, 546. -, William, 857. Godington , Godyngton [co. Oxford ] , manor, 21. Godley , Joan, widow, daughter of Robert Miller, 409. Godley hundred Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Wm., g. 612 (6). Goderton , Ric., 49: p. 553. Goderyk . See Goodrick. Godfrey , Ant., g. 612 (4). Godington . See Goddington. Godmanchester , Hunts, g. 831 (17). Godmersham , Ric., 4 52. Godolphin (Gotholghan, Godolphan), Sir Wm.,

    Charles II, January 1672, 01 January 1672-31 January 1672

    King to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Warrant to grant his presentation to Dr. Benjamin Parry to hold the rectory of Godington in the county and diocese of Oxford, along with the rectory of St. Antholin's, in the city of London, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks.

    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckingham 1559 Biography Riseley’s father acquired much of the land formerly belonging to the monastery of Notley, Buckinghamshire: in June 1540 he paid £183 for the manor of Chetwode and other

    FERMOR, William (by 1480-1552), of Somerton, Oxon. and London.

    August were bound in £1,000 each for his appearance before the Privy Council. Fermor purchased considerable land during the 1540s, Godington manor in February 1541 and Nethercote Grange, Steeple Aston, in March 1542, both in Oxfordshire, being the largest parcels.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Joseph Hollis, 5/12/1826

    Hollis Forename Joseph Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 5/12/1826 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Godington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP b. 22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Legge, Edward/Oxford 1816- 1827 Comment

    Herbert John Beaver, 5/6/1815

    Beaver Forename Herbert John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 5/6/1815 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Godington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b.22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Jackson, William/Oxford 1812- 1815 Comment

    Timothy Neve, 6/6/1798

    Neve Forename Timothy Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 6/6/1798 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Godington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b. 21 (Episcopal Register 1737-1802) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Smallwell, Edward/Oxford 1788- 1799

    Francis Ayscough, 0/0/1763

    Forename Francis Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 0/0/1763 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Godington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b. 21 (Episcopal Register 1737-1802) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hume, John/Oxford 1758- 1766

    Thomas Tunstale Haverfield, 5/12/1826

    Thomas Tunstale Title Rev. Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 5/12/1826 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Godington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP b. 22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Legge, Edward/Oxford 1816- 1827

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith thought it was so much the -worse for the defeudant.-ln crosse-xamtinatien, Mr. Barley said he believed, and so did Godington, that the debt wais that of Mr. Barney.-Thoma~s Bynus atated that- at the beginning, of the month of August Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Dixon. flo., M. P.. the Rev. R. J. looyeart. I.A. Thoee I emberton 1eqr,. Edlwin Cheshire, Eaq,. fim, James Godington. and Mr~p MS tllctmso. elt1f B mmwGiuAm _L, INANOM UODPANY (LIMIETED.) Omorl)c: WAO2'ERLOO STREET. BIRMINGHAM VAPITAL HALF-.AMILLIONa RESERVE FUND, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of con iderable histo73cal interest. Godiogton, near IAshffOrd, comprises a rine Elizabethan mansion, and the c-iebrated eiminence lmnuwa as the Godington Toll; and the Tliack-baus Estate, Hants, contains the well-knowvn I sixty-a -re copse of Dogtails. But the most interesting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thfence rebtirning to their c ownplaeee,be providledland levied of the saidleounuty. In the c time of Edward II., Win. de Godington brought a, suit in a Exchequer to recover £10 from the Sheriff of Westmore- a! land, as Isis wIages Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FRIT'WELL POLLING DISTRICT.- An~ Ardley. Souldern. Fritwell, I HETHE POLLING DISTRICT. In I Cottisford. Hethe. Finmere. Misbury. Fringford. Newton Purcell. Godington. Shelewell. Hardwick (in Plough,. Stoke Lyne lay Hundred). I Tusmore. HEYFORD POLLING DISTRICT. Heyford Lower. I Somerton. Heyford Utpper. Subscribers-only content

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