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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Watford Manors

    in 1605 included the tithings of 'Caser,' Leavesden, Oxhey , and Sarratt . 42 There is mention in the thirteenth century of Great Oxhey , Little Oxhey , Est Oxhey , and Oxhey Abbatis. 43 The metes and bounds of

    Parishes Horton

    when Burnham Abbey was sole owner. 31 The Windsors had subinfeudated Horton by 1254 , in which year Richard de Oxhey was lord, and paid to the overlords in hidage 20 s . 32 He held the manor 33 until

    Watford Introduction

    abrupt descents into narrow valleys. Besides the town of Watford there are the hamlets of Leavesden in the north-east, and Oxhey on the border of Middlesex . The hamlet of Cassio is now absorbed in the town of Watford .

    Parishes Gaydon

    1712 . 10 The manor is said to have passed by the marriage of his heiress to the Bucknalls of Oxhey ( Herts .), 11 but in 1730 the manor was in the hands of the Hon. Dodington Greville, 12

    Townships Mearley

    of Mearley and William Radcliffe of the same, seised of the manor of Great Mearley, agreed as to closes called Oxhey , the Vyners, & c.; ibid. no. 658 (fol. 153 b ). The heirs of Worsley in 1494 released

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, June 1687, 21-30, 21 June 1687-29 June 1687

    London, esq., and Edward Noel of the Inner Temple, the other executors of said George Dashwood; Sir John Bucknall of Oxhey, co. Herts, kt., son and executor of Sir William Bucknall, kt., of London, deceased; Abraham Dachwood, esq., son and

    Henry VIII, Appointments to Offices, 01 January 1542-31 December 1542

    of St. Bartho lomew beside Smythfelde, near London. St. Bartholomew's monastery . 22 June. The same. Pasture and meadow called Oxhey and Andersley in Burton upon Trent, Staff. Burton upon Trent . 22 June. 117 b . Wm. Plante, of

    Index, N, O, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    91 (1, 2). -, (and Berks), sheriff of, ii. 472. See Foster, Sir H. (1545 6); Chamberlain, L. (1546 7). Oxhey , Herts, i. p. 772. Oxley , John, i. 269. Oxney , Isle of, Kent, i. g. 717 (3).

    Index, N, O

    ( see Boucher, T.), 614, 1598, 1610. - -, Reader in Physic ( see Luffe, Dr. J.), 614, 1598, 1610. Oxhey (co. Herts), 1423. Oxinden see Oxenden. Oxmantown , in the Liberties of Dublin, 570. Oxton , Thomas, furniture for

    Henry VIII, August 1546, 26-31, 01 August 1546-30 August 1546

    Tytenhanger Parke, Barnet, Langley Abbots, Sarret. Rykmersworth, Crokesley, Cayssho, Walden Abbots, Codicote, Brantfeld, Northawe, Hexton, Norton, Radwell, Newneham, Caldcot, Watford, Oxhey. Walponde cum Withgynhall. Garston, Meryden, Burston, Pynchefelde, priory of St. Amphibalus of Redburne and Anelles in Redburne, Herts, of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lotis nlst. at Windsor, in the C3d year of ber age, Maria. relict of the late Mr Edward Snoxeil, of Oxhey, W at- ford, H-,r;s- On th e 12tt inst. at Stratford green, aged 71, Mlary Caroline, he wife of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it l ( osevcii shrts at 800 yards, M.B-L.)-Mitajor lvl I sy EN.0 yards, seven sblrts).-Mlr. Turmrsr, 30 mi)iiasuhan; intmamit Oxhey, let 'LA.U ; an Mr. o thc rli lflc'rrx's Crt.-Telio following are this ilginest score's Cs i tth r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    finally it eppreirs to have struek the deteaied, for about six o'cloclc the following niorning, M~r. Joseph Whitohead, fainter, of Oxhey. found hina lying in at lane with his face on someo atones. HEis left best wee oft and torn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lery, ten splendid oempanes * the 49th Middlesex (Post Office), commanide bieut.ACol. Taylor, seven compan~ies; 'the 19t Mliddlesex, under Lieut.-Colonel Oxhey and Mlajor Macdonald; end then camne the London Scot- tish, four strong companies, commanded by Major Anson. They were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a Ialf barrelsi eclici; Hop Press, 31alt Onulser; fain' Store Vats, each l0ft. high by 10ft. sdialueter, stiiale hy Oxhey, b'rossso; foist Cask--asoehil Nacbines. writhlstalas tpepr; Steama Itoitslo tisree sets of Grain an 11 at Elevators, Weightbridgo, Stall hcroes, Subscribers-only content

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