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  • * Victoria County History *

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

    there were doubts in the early 16th century whether certain meadows were part of Neithrop or of Hardwick . 3 The Neithrop fields were sometimes called Neithrop and Calthorpe , probably because from the 14th century they contained lands held

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

    public-houses) Neithrop was relatively badly provided for. 140 Further expansion in Neithrop occurred after 1850; thus St. Paul's Terrace and the houses on the west side of Paradise Road were among several small terraces that had been built in Neithrop

    Banbury Manors

    yardlands in Neithrop ; 59 in the same year he leased 60 acres there to William Gunn , in 1774 Sir Mordaunt Cope leased premises in Neithrop to the same tenant, 60 and the Copes retained some Neithrop property into

    Banbury Education

    left by Richard White in 1698 for the teaching of poor children. This had been used to purchase land in Neithrop , in the tenure of William Thorpe (hence the school's name), yielding an income of £21 a year. Between

    Banbury Local government

    workhouse on the model plan provided by the Poor Law Commissioners was built in Warwick Road , Neithrop . 135 In 1708 Neithrop had two overseers, and in 1812 the other parish officers were a constable, a high constable, two

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D.r. Woodli0ise, Ier .ford. fsr.2tat I?. Nichills, hIothnrnbridge, baker. Attormies, Messrs. Siratt I ad Allport, Shoredicbh. - : W. FLieket, Neithrop, Wford, farmer. Attorney, Mr. Drury Bannur-- J- Ri ,~line IKingston-upon lHull, grocer. Attorney, Mr. \t',lm sley, Parliainetit-street, Hilt. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street.- R T. Barton, Eillingdon, brick maker. (Greenfield, Gray'3 inn. J. Thurston, Sollthamptont Mews, horse dealer. (CJ. Lewis,.Berar~ys T. Cotton, Neithrop, boat builder. (C. Hollier, St Switbin's lane. ) W. Ilone, Reading, livery stable keeper. [Rigge, Carey street. .-: E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler. H. Martin, Moulsham, Essex, wheelwright. E. Brown, Harescomb, Gloucestershire, out of business. G. Standley, Northampton, plumber. R. Page, sen. Neithrop, Oxfordshire, out of business. T. Franklin, jun. Gloucester, out of business. J. Barrett, Bath, surgeon. G. Fox, Thomas street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20 BANKROUPTS. IV. V. Bonney and T. F. Iiees, Knightsbridge, wine merchtntt. [Goddlttd ond Eyte, Wood street, Cibeapside. S. Hartup, Neithrop, Oxtotd, builter. [Aplin Furttival's inn. P. Johinson. jun. l'akendeld, Satffolk, grocer. [Greory end Co. Bedford raw. W. Leather, London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Novembek 12, HI. Beeston and 3. Daneton, llloanrdodtltc, onanafoc. onrerns if Fraser's Safely shlp hearis wan dapstans-Novermber 12. J. Morse, Neithrop, Oxford, woolotapler-November 13, H. andp T. 'Te. Woodhoano, AdieronaXtiarbr. wa1 ehousenmen-Nov enber 12, Al Anoderson and D. m ober'tsLn, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1759, 14 March 1759

    Field called " Neithrop Field, and feveral Parcels of Land called " Bull's Clofe, The Hooks Common, Balkes Leys, White t( Pofl, Cow Layer Paddock, Great March Caufeways, and " Ley, within the Townfhip and Liberties of Neithrop " and Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1759, 15 March 1759

    " called Neithrop Field, and feveral Parcels of Land " called Bull's Cloje, The Hooks Common, Balkes Lcyst " White Pofl, Cow Layer Paddock, Great March Caufe- " tsoays, and Ley, within the Townfliip and Liberties of " Neithrop and Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1759, 21 March 1759

    Field called Neithrop Field, and feveral w Parcels of Land called Bull's Clofe, the Hooks Common, " Balkes Leys, White Poß, Cow Layer Paddock, Great " March Caufeways and Ley, within the Townfhip and " Liberties of Neithrop and Wickham, Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1759, 23 March 1759

    " called Neithrop Field, and feveral Parcels of Land " called Bull's Clofi, The Hooks Common, Balkes Leys, f( White Pofl, Cow Layer Paddock, Great March Caufe- " ways, and Ley, within the Townfliip and Liberties of " Neithrop and Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1759, 5 April 1759

    Field called Neithrop Field, and feveral " Parcels of Land called Bull's Clofe, The Hooks Common, " Balkes Leys, White Pofl, Cow Layer Paddock, Great " March Caufeways and Ley, within the Townftiip and " Liberties of Neithrop and Wickhatn, Subscribers-only content

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