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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidlington Local government

    held a court at Gosford for the tenants of their neighbouring estates. 22 William Frere held a court with view of frankpledge for a manor which included land in Cassington and Brize Norton as well as Gosford ; the court

    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Clanfield

    , a tenement in Woodstock , and another in Oxford . 2 But their chief property was the manor of Gosford in Kidlington , containing 2 carucates, 3 now 250 acres, 4 where they had their own manorial courts, and

    Kidlington Introduction Kidlington and Thrupp c. 1800

    the boundary skirted the inclosures of Gosford village. The township included a detached area of 18 a. between two streams of the Cherwell north of Gosford bridge. In 1932 the detached part of Gosford was transferred to Hampton Gay and

    Yarnton Education

    school was reorganized as a junior school, with three classrooms and an average attendance of 79. Senior children went to Gosford , in Kidlington parish. 68 A new building was erected in Rutten Lane in 1956 to take the two

    Kidlington Economic history

    around Kidlington village: Alsecroft or Aylscroft north-west of Gosford bridge, Lynge croft in the angle between the Banbury road and the Moors , and some arable in Caneham meadow south of Gosford bridge. 39 By the early 19th century a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    danfonwyd ef or Infirmary yu hollol anobeithiol. Gwnaf fy ngores i wneathur ei rbiaweddau masr yn hysbys i'r byd. 53, Gosford Strcet, T. S JOHN B. WILLIAMS, Newoastle on-Tyve, - Gwellhad Grafel a Phoenu 'ef. - Syr,-Ysgrifenais atoch tuag wyt!nos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tappio," a danfoawyd et o'r Infirmary ye hollol'anob-Jthiol. Gwnaf fy ngores i woenthur ei rhinweddau mawr y4 hysbyo s'r 53, Gosford Str et, - JomN B. WILIAMS. Newcastleaou-Tyne. Gwellhad Grafel a Phoen Cein. Syr,-Ysgrifenais atoch tuagwythnos' ysn ol am focs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    danfotwyd ef o'r Infirmary ye hollol anobeithfol, Gwnaf fy ngore's i wneuthur ei rhinweddau mawr yu bysbys i'r byd. 53, Gosford Strcet, JOHN B. WILLAmS. Newcastle on-Tyne. Owellhad Grafel a Phoen Cefc. Syr,-Ysgrifenais atoch tag wythnos yn ol am foes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    danfoawyd ef o'r Infirmnary ya hollol anobithfol. Gwnaf fy hgorea I Wneuthur ci rhinweddau mawr yn bytby.i i'r byd. 53, Gosford Str; et, JOHN B. WI.LIAMS. Newcastle-on-Tyfle. Gwellhad Grafel a Phoen Oefn. Syr,--Ysgrifenais atoch tuag wythnos yn ol am fous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    danfuawyd ef o'r Ifirmary yp hollol anobeitbiol. Gwnaf fy ngorea i wreuthur el rbinweddau mawr yp bysbys i' byd. 53, Gosford Strn et, JOHN B. WlLITAMS. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Gwellhad Grafel a Phoen Celia. Syr,-Ysgrifenais tocah tuag wythnos yn ol am foes Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1755, 4 March 1755

    alfo *' the Road leading from a Place called The Two Mile 11 Tree near the City of Oxford, over Gosford other- " wife Goffard Bridge, to a certain Gate entering upon " Weßon on the Green in the faid Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1755, 5 March 1755

    Oxford, and alfo the Road leading from a Place called The Two Mile Tree near the City of Oxford, over Gosford otherwife Gojjard Bridge, to a certain Gate entering upon Wefion on the Green in the faid County.'* U Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1755, 10 March 1755

    alfo the Road leading from a Place " called The Two Mile Tree near the City of Oxford, over " Gosford otherwife Goffard Bridge, to a certain Gate " entering upon Weßon on the Green ia the faid " County." Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1755, 20 March 1755

    ; and alfo the Road leading from a Place called 'The Two Mile Tree near the City of Oxford, over Gosford otherwife Goffard Bridge, to a certain Gate entering upon Wefion on the Green in the faid County." *' 23. Subscribers-only content

    15 November 1768, 15 November 1768

    the Petition and Appeal of Henry Wed*- ^^ derburn Efquire, Second Son of the deceafed Charles j|J"r Halket Wedderburn of Gosford, and Alexander Wedderburn of et a!, St. Germains Efquire, complaining of Two Interlocu¬ tors of the Lords of Seffion Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALKETT, Sir Peter, 1st Bt. (c.1660-1746), of Gosford, Haddington and Pitfirrane, Fife.

    succeeded in uniting his extensive Haddingtonshire properties as the barony of Gosford in 1659. Knighted at the Restoration, he was appointed to the court of session as Lord Gosford in 1668. On Gosford’s death in 1679, the estate passed to

    ACHESON, Archibald, Visct. Acheson (1806-1864).

    as 2nd earl of Gosford in 1807. Gosford, who became a representative peer in 1811, had originally been a Tory and anti-Catholic, but gave his support to the Whigs in the 1820s, when he started building Gosford Castle, and joined

    BROWNLOW, William (1755-1815), of Lurgan, co. Armagh.

    vote on Brand’s motion of 9 Apr. 1807. After the ensuing election, at which his return was again backed by Gosford, he was thought to be a friend of the Portland ministry and made an unsuccessful bid for a privy

    CRESSY, Hugh, of Oldcoates, Notts.

    without issue.[footnote]Just before his first return to Parliament, in November 1390, Cressy acted as a trustee of the manor of Gosford in Nottinghamshire, but otherwise little is known about his activities before he entered the Commons. In the following year

    HOWARD, Ralph (?1802-1873), of Bushy Park, co. Wicklow

    turn him out, but he was returned unopposed.[footnote] On 31 July 1831 he joined Brooks's, sponsored by Lords Charlemont and Gosford. He voted for the second reading of the reintroduced reform bill, 6 July, against adjournment, 12 July, and gave

 

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