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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Heythrop

    been remade in modern times. There were also tracks from Heythrop village and Heythrop House to Enstone and its hamlets, Lidstone and Broadstone . 6 A bridge across the dammed stream north-east of the house formed part of the landscaping

    Ancient earthworks

    evidently been mutilated. It is 115 ft. circumference and 5 ft. high. Enstone .-In ploughed field on bridle road from Lidstone to Spelsbury Down Farm, almost destroyed. Mound in Ditchley Park near Kiddington Drive in Enstone parish, surrounded by a

    Index A - Z

    as address, 179, 254 Br oadstone , 131-2 Chalford , 134 Cleveley , 258 Cuckold's Holt , 209, 223-4, 247 Lidstone , 131, 137 Radford , 116, 213, 221 roads to, 21, 59, 61, 76, 120, 131-3, 159, 169, 224,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWKNOR, Robert, of Heythrop, Oxon. and Pulborough, Suss.

    manors were still in his possession.[footnote] Robert made an agreement with his mother enabling him to have tenure of Heythrop, Lidstone and Wormsley, together with pasture for 250 sheep at Chalford, during her lifetime; and, as executor of his father’s

    ASHFIELD, Edmund (by 1506-78), of Ewelme, Oxon.

    ASHFIELD, Edmund (by 1506-78), of Ewelme, Oxon. Constituency Dates Wallingford Apr. 1554 Wallingford Nov. 1554 Oxfordshire 1559 Ofifces Held Servant of Henry Norris by 1534; keeper, manor and park of Ewelme 1536; receiver, lands of Abingdon abbey to 1538,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    of, 720 721. -, Henry, esquire, Receiver General of the Apprentice Duties, 89; Receiver General of Stamp Duties, 147, 151. Lidstone , John, boatman at Plymouth, 648. Liell , , captain, commander of his Majesty's ship Bedford , 108. Lifford

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    the accounts of the Treasurer of the Navy, 685. -, Robert, receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954. Lidstone (Lydstone), Nicho., master of the St. George 1361. Liege , Belgium, arms at, Ordnance issues for, 75, 87, 132;

    Tables, January to December 1761, 01 January 1761-31 December 1761

    9 Mr. Justice Clive Reynolds, William Highway robbery. Death, but respited for 2 months. 11 Apl. 12 Sir Richard Lloyd Lidstone, Thomas Do. Do. Do. till May 4th Exeter 17 " 13 Mr. Justice Bathurst. Whitehead, Joseph Sheep-stealing Do. Do. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchants and insu- rance brokers-J. Leach and Sons, Bingley. Yorkshire, worsted I manufacturers; as far as regards J. Leach - Lidstone and Co., Old Bailey, builders-Davis and Falloes, Stockport, cotton waste spinners-Bath and Bolton, Wapping, coal mnerchants-S. Holds. worth and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of civilisation have developed than civili- sation itself. Such an expedition as, by the aid of steam, Messrs. Brown and Lidstone have performed within two years, would have occupied the lifetime of Mawe or Tschudi, the Amazonian explorers of forty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    our Correspoedent.1 At the Guildhall, yesterday, James Torrington Spencer Lidstone appeared before Alderman Stone and Alderman Ootton, in answer to a suanmons taken out against him at the imstance of Messrse R. W. Winfleld and Co., of Birmingham, for that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the applicants The Secretary reported the formationof sixnew branches of the league-viz., at Charlton Kings, Xenilworth, Newtown, Paxford, Deerhurst, and Lidstone. Many applications for holding meetings during the autumn have been received, and the time of the agents is fully Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    willingness I to meet their wishes, subject to the consent I of the present tenants of. the land selected. At Lidstone, sufficient land has been secured by the iSanitary Authority andlet for allotments. The com- -mittee have been instrumental in Subscribers-only content

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