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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Selborne

    and extremely picturesque valley, with wooded slopes on either side, towards Oakhanger , where it becomes known as the Oakhanger stream. It then passes through the hamlet of Oakhanger , skirting the eastern side of Shortheath Common towards Kingsley .

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Selborne

    the small tithes, oblations, legacies, and other obventions that pertained both to the mother church and to the chapels of Oakhanger and Blakemore . The vicar was to reside at the mother church, and pay annually 100 s . to

    Parishes West or Great Shefford

    de la Wyk. 24 In 1283-4 Andrew was sued for a messuage and 3 carucates of land by Joan de Oakhanger 25 daughter of Fulk St. John . 26 Andrew, however, settled the manor in 1315 -16 on himself and

    Parishes Hawkley

    of the John de Hastings who had married Isabel, sister and coheiress of Aymer de Valence (see Newton Valence and Oakhanger ). During the minority of Laurence the so-called manor was in the king's hands, and in 1331 he granted

    Parishes Welford

    -6 we find Ralph, perhaps his son, holding it. 116 In 1286 lands in Oakhanger and elsewhere were held by Joan widow of Gilbert de Oakhanger , 117 who was a daughter of Fulke de St. John . Joan appears,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DERING, Thomas (1530-c.1583), of Liss, nr. Petersfield, Hants.

    Gage received half the manors of Stratford Toney, Wiltshire; Oakhanger, Hampshire, and Blatchington, Sussex; the other half went to the descendants of La Warre’s niece Jane, Duchess of Northumberland. They sold Oakhanger in 1558. Other lands may also have come

    DAUNTSEY, Sir John (d.1391), of Dauntsey, Wilts.

    In addition, Dauntsey acquired, under the terms of a settlement made in 1382, a reversionary interest in the manors of Oakhanger and Newton Valence in Hampshire, which was to fall in after the death of Sir Thomas West (father of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N,O

    of London, alderman, 348. -, -, -, tailor, 16 (iii). O Oakford , Okeford, Devon, manor and advowson, 841, 940. Oakhanger , Okehanger [in Sel borne ] , Hants, manor, 524. Oakington , Hoggynton, Hokyndon, Cambs, manor, 139. -, (?) Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Oakham (Okham, Okeham) , Rutl., gaol, i. g. 623 (pp. 319 20). Oakhampton (Okehampton) , Devon, i. g. 620 (50). Oakhanger (Okehanger) , Hants., ii. g. 1068 (52). Oakley (Okeley) , Bucks., ii. g. 1068 (50). Oakley (Ocle) , Hants.,

    Index, S

    John. Seint Margaretes Hill. See St. Margarets. Seintmarichurch. See St. Mary Hill. Seint Nicholas. See Seynt Nycolas. Selborne , Hants, Oakhanger manor in, 524. Selby , Yorks, abbot of. See Depyng, R. Sele. See Seal: Seale. Selenger. See Seyntleger. Selesden. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Birch ............. 3 Also ran-Castle in Spain, Wagramo, Norah Creins, St. Anthony 11.,. Hinting Maid, Sophos, Midget IL, Macbriar, Eilgrain, Oakhanger. Detting-9 to 4 gsat Macbriar, 5 to 2 agst Mierry Pil- grimn, 4 to 1 agst Musio Roll, 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W~heeler's Dancing Laddie, 6, 11 7 (Pareto) ...................3 Alec ran-Fitebrahem, Cokefield, St. Anna, Xiinetoseope, Liquid Amber, E~pigram, Night Mail, Oakhanger, Plain' tsean, Menelik II. (Race atarted at 3-47. Winner trained by F, Fitton.) Betting- to 1 agot Plaints~in, 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. It Trimmer's Oakhanger, 4 Stvatton 10 4 Mr. J Williams's Breadberrv, 4 Acres The following claim to be sold for £50, end are allowed 101b from the above woights:-Mortlake. Birdliam, Rath' cine, Ilonehurst. Finsale, Warren Pet, Oakhanger, Westralian, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2f5s. Ir. lp. of woodl Inds and enclosures (in hand) interspersed about the estate, which surnish capital covert shoot- ing. Oakhanger PoneO. O& Or. 1Op., afords good fishing and wld f'wl shooting. The Hampahlir and Bambisedon foxhonude 1 are within Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nantwich ; r, Thomas Parton, Weston HaU, Crewe. Bull, above one and under two years old : 1, John Siddall, Oakhanger HaU, Crewe • 2, Thomas Parton, Weston Hall; 3, Edward Simpson, Sidway Hall, Newcastle. Ball, under two years old, Subscribers-only content

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