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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pishill

    and the other Pishill manor which the Stonors acquired in 1335 , although it was several centuries before the two Pishill manors came to lose their separate identities. 50 A second Domesday estate in Pishill , called PISHILL VENABLES in

    The hundred of Pyrton THE HUNDRED OF PYRTON

    for Assendon seems to be explained by the fact that Pishill , as on other occasions, includes the tithings of Pishill Venables and Assendon: later records sometime refer to ' Pishill alias Assendon'. 15 Little business was transacted at the

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Dorchester

    church of Bix had been appropriated in 1275 , 12 Pishill and Shirburn before 1220. 13 In 1301 licence was given by the bishop that the churches of Bix , Pishill , and Nettlebed , because of their poverty, should

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    in Rotherfield Greys parish, and part of Ibstone (Bucks.). Including Studdridge and Ibstone (Bucks.). ' Postcombe cum Copcot'. i.e. Pishill Napper. Pishill Venables is included in Stonor , below; and see above, pp. 132, 133. ' Stonor cum Assendon'. The

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    c . 1660-1850 c 495-6 Transcript of Britwell Salome and Britwell Prior parish registers c 588 Transcript of Pyrton and Pishill parish registers, 1721-1877 c 643-7 Certificates of dissenting meeting houses, 1731-1852 c 649-64 Episcopal correspondence, 1635-1854 c 1372 Buckinghamshire

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    James Hazel, 6/12/1830

    Hazel Forename James Title Rev. Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 6/12/1830 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Pishill// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, ODP b. 22 (Episcopal register 1802-45) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bagot, Richard/Oxford 1829- 1845

    Thomas Johnson, 10/4/1662

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Johnson Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 10/4/1662 Office/Status Curate Location Pishill// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Archd. Papers Oxon. c. 158 (Court Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lay Peculiar/Dorchester, peculiar of 0- 0 Comment unlicenced

    Richard Shepperd, 7/10/1633

    Shepperd Forename Richard Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 7/10/1633 Office/Status Curate Location Pishill// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Archd. Papers Oxon c.158 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lay Peculiar/Dorchester, peculiar of 0- 0 Comment tear: opens 'Idem', then tear between

    Shepperd, 9/5/1633

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Shepperd Forename Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/5/1633 Office/Status Curate Location Pishill// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Archd. Papers Oxon c.158 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lay Peculiar/Dorchester, peculiar of 0- 0 Comment Shepperd or Sheppard: abbreviation

    Evans, 1/7/1790

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Evans Forename Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 1/7/1790 Office/Status Curate Location Pishill// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, OAP, c. 159 (Dorchester Act and Visitation Bo (Visitation clergy book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peculiar of Dorchester/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    437. Pirates , Act concerning, 243 (38), 254 (robbers on the sea), 1087 (49). Pirry , Martin, 1257. Pishill (Pushull) Napper, 1091. Pishill (Pushall) Venables, 1091. Place , David. See Lloyd, David. Placentia. See Piacenza. Plague , the, sickness, death,

    Index, P

    (xvii). Pipplepen , Pepilpen [in S. Perrott ] , Dorset, manor, 513. Pirton , Pyrton, Herts, 864. -, manor, 907. Pishill , Oxf. Stonor in, 262, 962 (iv). Pitlandis [ alias Putts ( lost ), in Clanfield ] , Oxf., Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    55 p. 673). Pirton , Sir Wm., i. g. 623 (p. 322). Pisford , Ntht., letter dated at, i. 319. Pishill (Pyshull) , Oxon, i. g. 465 (63). Pisseleu , Anne de, madame d ' Estampes, q . v .

    Index, S

    766. Stonham , Little, Suff., 944, 947. Stonharde , Peter, sheriff of Southampton town, 879. Stonor , Stoner, Stonour [in Pishill ] , Oxf., 262, 962 (iv). Stonour , Stoner, Anne daughter of William. See Fortescu. -, Katharine (Harecourt) wife Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dost Malionied ill 1855;, guaaranteeing+ him a early subsidy of £10,000. a year for the riglit of hJolding it. The Pishill, with the Elhojak Aimranl range, is adopted in deference to the views of General Doiiald Stewart, wvo holdls that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V. Il.lAMI PRIEST, ESCL.L. MAYOR. C<ifstnrnas -?&eesecst rlrtt~Se-ssdt;s~fvS~i 87 Borough of Leeds it. tIe County oE York. 7T (T1 C U E is hereby Thivan, That the 1N rI 1 I ST M{AS GlNEN'l.AL QUA11TEPR SESSION1S ctIlePEACE for xtie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjoining the iast-rsentloned (tormerly in the crleecel and called The 1FAr and Year Anthony," otherwise 'rTho Little Inug and" Owiter Pishill," containing by adimeauremsnt four asres one rood eed eibteen poeches or thereabouts (ba the same more or less), and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Rev. C. E. Storrs, brothers of the bride- 0 oom, the Rev. H. J. Stores, B.A., inoumbent of Pishill, Oxford- foire, ferti son of the late Reobrt Stores, Eeq., of Doneaster, to Wino, only daughter of Chas. Sinonds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curate of Timparley; curate-in. charge of St. Michael's District, Christ Church, Claughton. Rev. G. hf. J. Hall, B.A.; Vicar of Pishill, Oxon-patron, Colonel B. Ruck-Keene, of Swyncombe, Oxon. 11ev. J. Henry, clerical secretary of the London Association in Aid of Subscribers-only content

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