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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shipton-on-Cherwell Economic history

    . 17 a.) and Pilford (later c . 11 a.); the villein yardlands p resumably had meadow in Cotman mead (later North mead, 18 a.) to the north. 36 Until inclosure in 1768 , most of Pilford and the whole

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Introduction Shipton-on-Cherwell 1803

    the southern boundary of the former parish, was marked by a footpath in 1984 , as was the road through Pilford (a name meaning the ford over a small stream, presumably the Cherwell) to Hampton Gay . The footpath which

  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, Wine Licences, 01 October 1715-31 December 1716

    detailed (William Gilman of Amersham co. Bucks; William Wood of Bewdley, co. Worc.; William Morton of Tamworth, co. Warwick; Alexander Pilford of Farnham co. Surrey; John Bowdage of Taunton, co. Somerset; John Cary of Brackley, co. Northtn; Charles Morton of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mrs Pilford, and finally accomplisled his purpose of seduction-A number of witnesses proved the attentions paid by the Defendant to Mrs Pilford; and Sarah Jones, Chambermaid at the Angel inn, deposed, that in October 1827, Mrs Pilford and Capt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loaf of bread, 44..E. Armstrong indicted for as- saulting. a boy, 44 .Lane v. Wickey, 59...Pedley v. Long Wellesley,. 59,. .Pilford v. Becke for crim. con. 59..Trial of William Smith for the alleged violation of Jane Bjrne, 60.. Trialeof R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Shelley was son of Sir Timothy Shelley, of Field place, Sussex, Baronet, by Eliza- beth, daughter of Mr Charles Pilford, of Effirgham, Surrey. HIe was born in 1806, was in the 15th Hussars, and was a deputy-lieutenant and magistrate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cut. The constable went 3to the place indicated by l'ilford, and foand that bis 1 statement was true. Mrs. Louisa Pilford was discovered lying ul the bed, which was covered with blood. On Insliector Whitney's arrival lbe sent for Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rent £141). '-Iidall, ]ligh Street, Soliselil. c6327 0 UOCSWI to Lot; five ronnsai, Rent 5s. Wd. No rates.-Aspply. . i1 Pilford. 65. Hiiehgate Street. c6tG'7 lNG'S Hleatl.-To Let, Clifton Cottage, Chiettertois Villa; 9' woilndows; Avereue 3ioad.--Apply, Ulsuite Cottage, bselsws. Subscribers-only content

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