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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sandford St. Martin Sandford St. Martin , c. 1770

    Ledwell , like Steeple Barton , apparently suffered badly in the Black Death , and in 1377 only 71 people in Sandford and 31 in Ledwell paid poll tax. 26 Much of the population loss may have been in

    Parishes Little Kimble

    married William Ledwell , 83 and they held the manor of Little Kimble in 1758 . 84 The property passed on his death to his heir-at-law,- Ledwell of Cowley , co. Oxon . 85 In 1792 William Bridges Ledwell ,

    Alien houses The priory of Cogges

    Tew ( Oxon ); two-thirds of the tithe of the de mesne in Newington , Barton , Fritwell , and Ledwell ( Oxon ), and of Toft , Owersby, and Fillingham in Lincolnshire . 3 Four years later Manasses and

    Parishes Beckley Ancient Parish of Beckley

    Farm, there were two large ones belonging to two of the most substantial farmers, John Faulkner and James Ledwell ; Thomas Ledwell had the farm opposite on the corner, and there was another substantial house on the corner of the

    Parishes Ellesborough

    William, whose descendants held the estate 102 until 1733, 103 when William Sheppard sold it to William Ledwell . His son William Bridges Ledwell again sold the manor of Appesley in 1792 104 to Sir Scrope Bernard , afterwards Sir

  • * British History Online * *

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    Leyton

    eldest son of John Roebuck, 1785; Elizabeth, wife of John Roebuck the elder, 1792; James Taylor, Esq. 1787; Mrs. Mary Ledwell, his sister, 1790; Elizabeth, wife of James Boydell, 1787; Sarah, wife of Francis Creuze, 1788, and the Rev. Thomas

    General Index, I, J, K, L, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    Esq., appointment Leckie , Daniel, Esq. Jane, housekeeper to Lord Melcombe Le Clerc , the Sieur, deserted from his parole Ledwell , John, of Shadwell, lighterman Lee , Chief Justice Robert, of Binfield, Berks, Esq., deceased Samuel, surgeon, employed among Subscribers-only content

    Index of names

    389. Richard, 389. 562. Leaver , Anne, 315. Elizabeth, ibid . Samuel, ibid . Lecase , William, 608, note . Ledwell , Mary, 172. Lee , Lady Charlotte, 276. Francis, 580. Sir George, 215. Sir Henry, 286. John, 478. Lady,

    Cases before the Committee, January 1654, 01 January 1654-31 January 1654

    Hants 133 478 Mary Woornall, widow, Lydney, co. Gloucester 142 741 James Yateman, Sandford, co. Oxon 144 288 Anthony Appletree, Ledwell, Co. Oxon, and the Claimants on his Estate. Vol. G No. or p. 20 Jan. 1654. Order to the Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January to December 1765, 01 January 1765-31 December 1765

    Robert Corruptly refusing a licence 8 Nov. 18 Price, John, of Corfe Castle, in the co. of dorset, Gentn. Do. Ledwell, John, of the parish of St. Paul, Shadwell, in the co. of Middlesex, lighterman. A declaration against him for Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walmsley. Jonathan Hopkinson, Esq. .BANKEcRS-The Commercial Bank of London, ENGINspRs-Joseph Gibbs, Esq. Wm. Radford, Esq. AsRCHsl'TEcT-GeorgeLedsvell Taylor, Esq. JOINstr SaroVEORS-George Ledwell Taylor, Esq. Vincent J. Collier, Esq. JOINT SOtICsTORS. Messrs Bridges and Mason, Red Lion square Mlessrs Baxster, Rose, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peterbo. rough-On the 4th inst., at 14 Westbourne-terrace road, t'addiogton, after a lson illness, Charlotte, the beloved wife of George Ledwell Taylor, Esq., of Hlyde-pork square, and ef Broadstairs, Rent-On the 5th inst., at Ogbourne St Andrew's Vi. enrtage, steer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    December 29, lia Bush Brtank; Thursday, January 1, Pencombe Cross Roads. ce . lYnTHRsOP (at 10.45). -This day, December 29, Ledwell a I V illage; Welneeday, 31, Chippisg Norton Junction; Friday, B Jautary 2, Barrlngtr n Newv Inn; Saturday, 3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 1-1-This day, January 28, Eag- land's Gate; Thursday, 31, Newtown Turnpike; Saturday, Feb. Hwruns2,ote at rlOZ13.dys5-This day, January 28, Ledwell Vilage; Wedsdai, 3, Bradwell Grove; Friday, February 1, Fyford; 'audy Wiloote. Lmarduy (at 11).-Tlus day, January 23, PFyford Bridge; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11)-This day, November1L Ullilswisk; Thursday, 14, SBtton Cross Hoads; Saturday, 16, Stoke Lacer. I HIRRanor (at 10.45).-This day, November 11, Ledwell i village; Wedunsday, 13, Chipping Norton Junction; Priday, ) 15, Bourton-oa-the-Water; Saturday, 16, Wilcote. tanurv (at 12)I-This day, November11, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    royalty of Otmoor shall have one half of the forfeitures, and the Hayward of Otmoor the other half. Signed, W. Ledwell , Hen. Izard, John Wyatt , John Gateman, John Poole , Rob. Howlett , John Badger , Thomas Brooks Subscribers-only content

    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    royalty of Otmoor shall have one half of the forfeitures, and the Hayward of Otmoor the other half. Signed, W. Ledwell , Hen. Izard, John Wyatt , John Gateman, John Poole , Rob. Howlett , John Badger , Thomas Brooks Subscribers-only content

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