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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Banbury Local government

    153 The District comprised Banbury borough, Neithrop , and Grimsbury . The board had 12 members, 6 of whom were chosen by the town council and 6 by Neithrop and Grimsbury ; the Mayor of Banbury was a member ex

    Parishes Moulton Park

    was especially recorded in 1285 in the inquisition taken after the death of Nicholas de Segrave. 13 The Butlers of Grimsbury , however, held their land there of the king by the service of repairing part of the wall whenever

    Banbury Origins and growth of the town BANBURY BOUNDARIES AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT BANBURY 1969

    character'. 145 In 1841 Waterloo was described as 'the modern and most populous part of Grimsbury '. 146 The principal 19th-century building development within Grimsbury occurred between 1852 and 1881 , when some 500 houses were built, partly south of

    Banbury Economic history THE OXFORDSHIRE HAMLETS OF BANBURY PARISH C. 1700

    late 15th century, in the lands acquired by William Saunders , wool merchant; 128 he devised in 1478 lands in Grimsbury and Fenny Compton (Warws.) and a holding in Neithrop which was occupied by a tenant. 129 A century later

    Banbury Education

    in 1968 . Banbury School had 2,009 pupils in 1970 , divided into four halls in Ruskin Road, one in Grimsbury , and Woodgreen department in Broughton Road . A school for mentally handicapped children was opened in 1961 .

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G

    of N. Wales, 901. Grigby , Hugh, 320. -, John son of Rawlyn, 320. Grigge , Grygge, John, 294, 692. Grimsbury , Grymesbury [formerly in Warkworth ] , Northants [now in Banbury, Oxf. ] , 214. -, manor, 92. Grimsby Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, G

    215. Griggs Farm. See Rogate. Grimes , , lieutenant-colonel, killed at Walcourt, 246. -, Egidia, widow, royal bounty for, 246. Grimsbury , Grimesbury, co. Northampton, 420. Grimsby , co. Lincoln, Customs sloop, 129. Grimshoe , Grimsho, co. Norfolk, hundred of,

    Index, G, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    1366. Grimbill , Robt., ii. 775 (f. 106). Grimley , Worc., ii. 326, 770 (50, 67 9): g. 200 (46). Grimsbury (Grymesburye) beside Banbury , Oxon, i. g. 716 (20). Grimsby or Great Grimsby (Grymysbye, Grymesby) , Linc., ii. pp.

    Index, U,Z

    recognizances signed by, 47, 71. Wark , Warke, Werke, Northumb., 302, 315, 333. Warkop. See Warcop. Warkworth , Northants. See Grimsbury; Huscote. Warley , Nicholas, goldsmith, of London, 546. -, Thomas, 175. Warmeley. See Wormley. Warmington , Warmyngton, Northants, 451, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jdulirns's Friasra Shrewsuviry. cO0l D. 11SLRor Driver(al-taiinlitiiv tlesle~tol ., inlitille age. Coird charMctr-. D., Mra. Watkins, 95, West o Strect, Grimsbury, Banibury. e733 L lIMPROVFR.-Wanted, by n youung Alan, age 20, Sitiuatlon, in n irnst-cdNs Drapery Establishmenit; can give good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little Girls can be received as BOARDERS, In E a reoisectable School in the country. Terms' moderate.- Address, Miss Nicks, Grimsbury. Banbury. 1188 W ANTED, by a Lady, seelding on the south Coeat Sea Side), VI TIco little GIRLS, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Oxford canal, between Ban bury and Birmingham, committed' suiolide by cutting hbi throat, at the residence of his brotser.ii'lnwat Grimsbury, Banbury. An inquest was hNld yesterday, before Mr. IL Weston, coroner, Mrs. lBlencow, Sister in law of the deceased, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of that Rallway, referred to in the East and West Janotlon Railway Act, 1IBB, and terminating in the bamlet of Grimsbury, in the parish of Warkworth, in the said county of Northampton,. by a Junction with the Great Western Railway, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock. Superintendent Thompson deposed : Deceased was my brother-in-law. He was High Bailiff to the County Court, and lived at Grimsbury. His age. was 63 last March, and he was a married man. I last saw him alive yesterday morning, Subscribers-only content

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