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    Parishes Moulsford

    Parishes MoulsfordMOULSFORD Moleford, Molesford, Muleford (xii-xiii cent.); Mulesford, Mulseford, Molisford, Mollesford (xiv-xv cent.); Moulsford (xvi cent.). Moulsford was a chapelry of Cholsey till 1847. 1 Its small village lies in the Thames Valley along the road from Wallingford to Victoria County History

    The hundred of Moreton Introduction and map

    'Heslitesford' was identical with Moulsford was put forward by Dr. Beke in 1804 ( Arch . xv, 183). The Rev. J. E. Field has identified H eslitesford with Littlestoke Ferry (co. Oxon .) near the Moulsford Asylum in Cholsey where Victoria County History

    Parishes Cholsey

    main line of the Great Western railway crosses the parish, and the Cholsey and Moulsford station, opened in 1893 , in place of the old Moulsford station, l ies 11/2 miles south-west of the village. There are extensive sidings and Victoria County History

    Parishes Aston Tirrold

    to Reading, 3 miles east from the Upton station on the Didcot and Newbury railway, and 3 miles west from Moulsford station on the Great Western railway. On the west it adjoins the village of Aston Upthorpe , locally known Victoria County History

    Parishes Streatley

    89 The manor descended in the Samborne family with Moulsford (q.v.), and in 1668 both were purchased by Anthony Libbe of Hardwick (co. Oxon .). 90 As in the case of Moulsford , it was divided into several portions early Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Wallingford

    , St. Martin , and St. Mary in Wallingford , the church of Hendred, two parts of the tithes of Moulsford , and the whole tithes of the demesnes of 'Cherseville,' Donnington , Earley , Moreton , and Sotwell. 280 Victoria County History

    Parishes Ashampstead

    in 1769 by William Foxcroft to George Deacon , 53 but must shortly afterwards have passed to Wilmot Baker of Moulsford . It descended to his son Robert, who in 1812 was succeeded by his nephew Baker Morrell , son Victoria County History

    Early Man Bronze Age

    Courtenay ; others come from Garsington along with a two-looped palstave and some bronze rings. Fig. 10. R. Thames at Moulsford . Barbed bronze Spear-head (1/2) A large example of the Middle Bronze Age type of spear-head, but without loops Victoria County History

    Parishes Chaddleworth

    Thomas, who had livery of the manor 27 January 1634 . 113 Thomas married Catherine daughter of Henry Sambourne of Moulsford and died in 1655 . His only daughter Catherine, wife of William Dewy , quitclaimed her interest in this Victoria County History

    Parishes Wantage

    . rent from free tenants here in 1328 . 201 His heir was his nephew Thomas de Carew 202 of Moulsford (q.v.). Another Thomas Carew died seised of the manor of Charlton in 1430 -1, leaving a son and heir Victoria County History

    The borough of Wallingford Introduction and castle

    the Great Western railway, with the branch line from Cholsey , was opened 2 July 1866 , the station near Moulsford having previously been named Wallingford Road . Drainage works on the hydro-pneumatic system were carried out throughout the town Victoria County History

    Early Man Early Iron Age Fig. 17: a , Caversham ; b, e, g , Wood Eaton ; c, f , Beckley ; d , Filkins ; h , Woodperry .

    476, diag. cciv; 477, diag. ccvi). Discoidal flint knife ( A.S.I . 30). Bronze flat axe, 1883 [A.M. ] . Moulsford . Bronze barbed spear-head ( V.C.H. Berks . i, 181). Pangbourne . Flint flakes [R.M. ] . Radley . Victoria County History

    Parishes South Stoke SOUTH STOKE 1818

    is as little as half a mile across. 2 The Thames separates it from Berkshire and the Berkshire village of Moulsford ; its only other boundary of any importance is the Wallingford-Reading road where it divides Stoke from Checkendon . Victoria County History


    Messrs., & Co., glasspainters, 210 Morris Motor Works , 185, 199 Moses , Master, of Oxf., 12 Moulsford ( Berks .), 93 Moulsford Bridge , 93 Mowbray , de, Cath., see Neville; Eliz., see Segrave; John, ld. Mowbray , 176; Victoria County History

    BUCKINGHAM, Owen (1674-1720), of Moulsford, Berks.

    (1674-1720), of Moulsford, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading 1708 1713 Reading 6 June 1716 5 Mar. 1720 Ofifces Held Commr. for victualling the navy 1717-d. Biography Owen Buckingham’s father, a wealthy salter and hemp merchant in Bread St.,[footnote] represented Reading as History of Parliament

    BUCKINGHAM, Owen (1674-1720), of Moulsford, Berks. and the Gatehouse, Reading Abbey

    (1674-1720), of Moulsford, Berks. and the Gatehouse, Reading Abbey Constituency Dates Reading 1708 1713 Reading 6 June 1716 5 Mar. 1720 Ofifces Held Member, Russia Co. 1698. Ofifces Held Gent. of privy chamber 1714–d.; commr. victualling 1717–d. Biography Although Buckingham History of Parliament

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