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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hormer hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundred Of Hormer

    1086 entered as 'Leie' under Marcham Hundred. 1 In 1316, however, it was included in the hundred of Hormer. 2 Grandpont , a tithing in St. Aldate's parish, was part of Berkshire in 1831 , but was transferred by an

    Friaries The house of Crutched friars

    grant to the Friars of the Holy Cross in London a messuage without the South Gate of Oxford , in Grandpont . 7 This was probably Broadgates Hall or Plomerhall. 8 In May, 1349 , Richard Cary , several times

    Mills and Fisheries

    separately. 35 Other parts of the waters were also leased; in 1556 the fisheries recorded were from Grandpont to Magdalen College , from Grandpont to 'the ferry', presumably at Hinksey, from the castle mill tail to the point of Oseney

    Boundaries MODERN BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    of the parish of North Hinksey adjoining Grandpont , and that part of Cowley parish west of Magdalen Road and Divinity Road. The board's district was further enlarged in 1875 to include Grandpont tithing. 37 The boundaries of the parliamentary

    Medieval Oxford OXFORD c. 1375

    later Trill mill stream, passed under Grandpont at Trill Mill Bow , and flowed across the northern edge of Christ Ch urch meadow to join the river Cherwell; in the section west of Grandpont it seems to have been an

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOMERSET, Thomas, of Oxford.

    Elsewhere, Somerset possessed other premises as a tenant of St. John’s hospital, and half a messuage and a fishery at Grandpont, which last he conveyed to John Spicer I* in 1387.[footnote]Somerset is last recorded in 1396 and it was as

    SPICER, John I (d.c.1428), of Oxford.

    Margaret. The property itself, including ‘Rack Hall’, was mainly concentrated in the suburban parish of St. Michael Southgate and in Grandpont, but the MP’s business had doubtless been done in ‘Drapery Hall’ in the town itself, a building which had

    MERSTON, John (d.c.1416), of Oxford.

    St. Giles’s parish, and a tenement in St. Ebbe’s. He also rented, from the commonalty, a house called ‘Briggeswyth’ on Grandpont bridge, a condition of his tenancy being that he should keep in good repair both the bridge and the

    BESSELS, Sir Peter (1363-1425), of Bessels Leigh, Berks.

    a year. He regularly attended parliamentary elections in the two shires where he held his principal estates, doing so at Grandpont in 1407, November 1414, 1419 and 1420, and at Oxford in May 1413 and April 1414.[footnote]By September 1412 Bessels

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    first clerk to a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 107, 258, 426. Grampound. See Grandpont. Grandborough , co. Warwick, 204. Grandison , Viscount. See Villiers, George. Grandpont [?Grampound ] , co. Cornwall, 196. Grandpuy , Martin, quartermaster, Har vey's regiment,

    Introduction

    known as Grandpont, situate to the south of the city, but more commonly spoken of, at the present day, as Folly Bridge, the latter identical either with Magdalen Bridge (which was formerly called Pettypont, to distinguish it from Grandpont), or

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 21-31, 21 December 1697-31 December 1697

    Framsden and Petho in Suffolk 1 6 8 Eastloe [Looe ] borough 1 0 0 Westloo borough 2 17 1 Grandpont borough 11 0 0 town of Launceston 15 3 4 rent for lands out of the Metropolitan Church in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sheffleld, out of business- W. B-aroden, Sheffield, table-knife manufacturee. G. How, London road, Nottiig hill, out of business. C. Collins, Grandpont, Berkshire, saddler. S. Block, lHorwicb, Lancashire, labourer. J. Naylor, Liverpool, laceman. I. F. Coyle, Kensington. L. Alman, Bristol, musical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road, Birminglass. elliS lTOR Mnaterl.-Situatian Required, by youcg Man, as ins- T provec in Gutting Room. - S,, East View, Grandpont, Oxford, c3580 TAILORS [Master(.-A young 'Moo, of good abilities. Seeka TiiEngagessent as Assistant or General Cutter: praotical tailor; could Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rr~~ou l~f aoel.-. frstclas ottr RquiesRe-enaggemnent, -Address, R. 2, Daily Post. 56~~~(1:21 rE1~~~p.SHaetr).-s-cca~emnt, oungMan. Troroeers-cretter I ecrineuer lee monh.-Est Vew, Grandpont, Ox.- Fford. 07507 rlATAIL or Geea-mrpsigflonow holding .i~ionof anaeris pa fe siila poitin;good London airSprointal npeieno so reereces"-t-Apply, AL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P- 2, Daily Post. cl_ _ c72il rpAILORS Mbfatcrl-R~c-enga3gs-ownt. young Man, Troosers.cutt,) T or Trimmer; give a monthi-. sst View, Grandpont, Ox- ford. c7507 tAlMORS.-Thcronghly practical all-reund Cutter Seeks PR. ,Lesgagemet. :sued to good-class hespoke trade. Accustomed to travel occasionally.-Address, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    k3reeper 2l2 c CSgoineaLs.tonSte-et. MUSICOAL INRUhEMNT FOR SALE- lTICKEl-PLATS1D 7.-tring Bell Banjo, Grand Royal. and solid ,( leather case,-Bast View, Grandpont, Oxford. c795 EGAN, onemanuaL yipe, PedalS, fiuc case. BargaiL-Address, 0 R. 44, Daily Por.oE4 pL/.Ko GCottuagel for Sale, by Subscribers-only content

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