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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, O

    of forces in, i. 473, 514. relief of, i. 735. sheriff of. See Harman. Oxford , Earl of. See Vere. Oxgang near Kirkintilloch (Oxgange), Dumbartonshire, ii. 1148, 1387. Oxinden . See Oxenden. Oxon , Edward, alderman of Southampton, i. 113.

    Burton in Kendale

    Oxgangs now in the demesne of Clawthorp Hall cease to pay Oxgangs and pay tithe hay in kind, John Claughton Oxgang 8d, Christopher Beethom Ox. 6d., ditto Burton Hall 0x. 8d, Mary the wife of George William 0x. 5 d,

    Index of names and places, F

    (Fleeming, Flemming, Flemyng): [Charles ] , Baron Slane, ii. 599. Daniel, ii. 1429, 1445. Edward, ii. 1080, 1379. James, of Oxgang, ii. 1148, 1387. John, ii. 1368. of , co. Cumberland, ii. 632, 638. Earl of Wigtoun, ii. 1148, 1387.

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 21-31, 21 December 1697-31 December 1697

    near Moorho[use ] in Hallestows 0 0 6 lands near Oxspring in Benyston 0 4 0 Amry flatt and dangerous Oxgang 0 2 4 furlong of land in Ardislaw 0 1 0 lands in Barnby 0 1 4 messuage with

    Henry VIII, August 1543, 26-31, 01 August 1543-31 August 1543

    de Lode in co. City of Gloucester, which belonged to St. Peter's mon. Also three tenements and land called Kettell Oxgang, in tenure of John Rayner, in Bristall, Yorks., with reservation of a parcel of land beside Kettell Yatc, which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30 2-2 Hlo 7' Cunlegcy ............... . 4 3 8 ;its JiE, Irester Holes and Farosred ......13 0 u9 thve Oxgang................ 1 31 Ma Wood Foot ..a........... Li1( lb t I Small Field.............. 1 2 33 on Thaceweeds ..............12 :r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a3 by the services or numbers of the knight's reserved.- L Tit. Holl.," part 2, o. 5, see. 20. .1 OXGANG, from OX, i.e., boas aiid gang, or gate iter.-Is t cormmonly taken for 15 acres of laud, or as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Granaries, Sc ......................... I 1 2 NORTH SCARLE. LOT 8,-Town End Close . ........................ 4 0 16 GIRTON. LOT 9.-Half Oxgang of Meadow, with Gates. Lot 1, from its situation, being only 8 miles from Newark and 10 from Lincoln, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upwards of thirty years Missionary of Surat, Bombay Presidency.- On the 2nd inst., by the accidental discharge of his gun, while walk- ing round his farm at Oxgang, near Slateford, Mr. Scott, late of Craiglockhart, a well-known Scottish agri- culturist. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passage of the Bid-issoa in 1813. Her mother was Anne Henrietta, only daughter of the late Mr. William Gray, of Oxgang, Dumbartonshire, and she was the last surviving sister of Sir Charles Elphinstone Flemming Stirling, eighth and present baronet, sole Subscribers-only content

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