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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Headington

    Parishes HeadingtonHEADINGTON In 1928 the greater part of the parish of Headington (1,529 a.) was incorporated in the City of Oxford , under the Oxford Extension Act. It became part of the civil parish of St. Giles and St.

    Parishes Marston

    a hamlet or member of the manor of Headington . 13 It had its own constables, tithingmen, beer-tasters, and hayward, but the manorial business relating to Marston was done in the Headington courts. Mill. In 1279 John de Molendino held

    Parishes St. Clement's

    side of Headington Hill , now the grounds of Headington Hill Hall on the one hand and of South Park on the other. He covenanted to contribute 14 s . towards any assessment of fifteenths and tenths in Headington or

    Parishes Stowood

    Shotover and Headington , Stowood came to be treated as a separate parish and so remained until 1932. In 1660 its area was estimated at 641 acres 2 and at 593 from 1891 3 until 252 acres of Headington parish

    Parishes Shotover

    ranked as a separate Shotover manor, independent of the neighbouring manor of Headington , 37 a fact obscured by the occasional use of the words 'the manor of Headington ' to describe the Shotover estate. 38 An inquest of 1223

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, April 1672, 01 April 1672-30 April 1672

    rents to Sir Richard Mason, Bevil Skelton and Joshua Draynor of 40 l. per annum out of the manor of Headington, Oxfordshire. [ Ibid. No . 60. ] April 29. Kenchester, Herefordshire. Certificate by the minister and churchwardens that the Subscribers-only content

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Margaret Moses, Friday Street

    80 Cordwayners' Hall 60 John Clark 30 Israel More, house and shop 30 William Edwards 20 Robert Hanscomb 17 Widow Headington Nicolas Orton 30 George Wroth's house and shop and cellar 35 John Slany 38 John Pope 30 John Harper

    Declared Accounts 1707, Civil List, 01 January 1707-31 December 1707

    Cousins for gold leaf work 183 8 7 Benjamin Culcheth, painter 877 10 9 John Clark for Purbeck paving, marble, Headington stone, free stone, etc. 210 9 0 John Grove, master plasterer 388 13 10 'Gringling' Gibbons, carver, for carving

    Charitable accounts of the Fishmongers' Company

    s . d . Jan. 18. By poor of Warfield Four years quit rent 1 12 0 " E. C. Headington s . d . March 25. Allowance of 25 per cent. on the quarter's rent to this day, per

    Appendix I, April 1661, 01 April 1661-30 April 1661

    in Shotover in the King's forest called Shotover and Stowood, and divers coppices there with appurtenances in the parishes of Headington, St. Clements, Horsepath, Cowley, Forest Hill and Wheatly, co. Oxford; and likewise the waste land lying in Stowood in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 June 1801, 5 June 1801

    the Open *' and Common Fields, Common Paftures, Common " Meadows, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, within the " Parifh of Headington, in the County of Oxford" Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords following: Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1801, 9 June 1801

    " the Open and Common Fields, Common Paftures, •* Common Meadows, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, " within the Parifh of Headington, in the County of •' Oxford," was committed. The Lord Wdfingham reported from the Lords Com¬ mittees, to whom Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1801, 10 June 1801

    Enf10^ «< and Common Fields, Common Paftures, Common : " Meadows, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, within the " Parifh of Headington, in the County of Oxford" The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall « pafs?" It was refolved Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1801, 20 June 1801

    in Severalty, the Open and Common Fields, Common Paftures, Common Meadows, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, within " the Parifh of Headington, in the County of Ox- " ford." " An Act for dividing, allotting, and " enclofing the Open and Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1801, 20 June 1801

    laying in Severalty the Open and Common Fields, Common Paftures, Common Meadows, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, within the Parifh of Headington, in the County of Oxford." 105. " An Aa: for dividing, allotting, and enclofing the Open and Common Fields, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on which the conviction ofthe prisoner took place s-George Borsom, police-Aicet at Oxfbrd, said, I searched the prisoner's lodgings at Headington. He was there. I asked him if he had got a gun. He said nO. I saw some shoes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mile-aod Old Town, bonnet shape maker. T. Cowley, Eaeter, out of business. H. A. Bryan, Swymnaridge, Devonshire surgeon. W, Roberts, Headington, Oxford, out of business. W. 7. Rye, Old Ford, seller of birch brooms. H. Sudbury, Queen street, Golden square, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kingston-upon-Hull, mercer. [Sale and Worthington, Manchester. H. Chalicombe, Swansea, Glamorganshire, sail maker. [Bur. toots, Temple. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCI. 1. Williams, Headington, Oxfordshire, butcher. 2'. Speacer, Horton, Yorkshire, manager of a flour shop. t. SIGCaire, Liverpool, bosk-keeper. D. E. V. Gouriet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Watson Taylor wvas second, and the 11ev. J. A.J d Williams, Aldernilnater, third. For twelv'e varieties, Mr.; Win. Nar-raway, Headington Quarry, evas first, the Rev.~ F. S. Taylor, Littlete-n, being second, aisc Mr. G-. H., Garrard, Evesearri, third. Tire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and fiuviatilis. Mr. Cotton a specimen of copper ore from the BUMra Beira Mines, Australia, and at fine Anmmonite from Headington Quarry, near Oxford. Mr. Crofts the Cuckoo pint, (Arum maculatum), and the green winged meadow Orchis, (Orchis Morio.) Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALLEN, William (by 1511-72/76), of Calne, Wilts.

    late of Malmesbury abbey, the manor of Wilcot, late of Bradenstoke priory, and other former monastic lands at Calne and Headington, which he bought in October 1544 for £792; and it was to Berwick that he sold Wilcot in July

    WILCOTES, William (d.1411), of North Leigh, Oxon.

    very end of Richard’s reign. Thus, in November 1398, Wilcotes was given custody for four years of the manor of Headington, Oxfordshire, together with the hundreds of Bullingdon and Northgate, for an annual rent of £60, only for this to

    BLOUNT, Thomas II (c.1383-1456), of Barton Blount, Derbys.

    France shortly before June 1429. Elizabeth retained a life interest in her late husband’s manors of Alscot in Gloucestershire and Headington in Oxfordshire, as well as occupying the manor of Epwell in the latter county. Her title to Epwell was

    ANNESLEY, Sir John (d.1410), of Annesley, Notts.

    and coheirs of the great military commander, Sir John Chandos. Margaret’s share of the Chandos estates comprised the manors of Headington and Bucknall together with other land in Oxfordshire farmed from the Crown at an annual rent of £81, and

    JAMES, Robert (bef.1366-1432), of Wallingford, Berks. and Boarstall, Bucks.

    in rents elsewhere; and, in Oxfordshire, the manor of Muswell, the forestership of Shotover and Stowood, and an estate in Headington. The reversion which James and his wife held in the two moieties was not to fall in until de

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Old Headington Lodge

    Old Headington Lodge (5798) Lodge Details Named in: 1939 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1939 Warrant of Constitution: 3rd May 1939. Consecrated 15th June 1939 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 5798 Lodge

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Henry Whorwood, 22/10/1835

    Whorwood Forename Thomas Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 22/10/1835 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Headington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP b. 22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bagot, Richard/Oxford 1829- 1845

    John Wills, 29/12/1804

    Wills Forename John Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 29/12/1804 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Headington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b.22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Randolph, John/Oxford 1799- 1807 Comment

    George Bowditch, 21/6/1744

    Bowditch Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 21/6/1744 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Headington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, b. 21 (Episcopal Register 1737-1802) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Secker, Thomas/Oxford 1737- 1758 Comment

    Joseph Charles Pring, 22/10/1835

    Joseph Charles Title Rev. Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 22/10/1835 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Headington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP b. 22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bagot, Richard/Oxford 1829- 1845

    unknown Rolle, 18/6/1747

    Surname Rolle Forename unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 18/6/1747 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Headington// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP, c. 84 (Curates' Licences) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Secker, Thomas/Oxford 1737- 1758

 

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