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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pitchcott

    Parishes PitchcottPITCHCOTT Pichecote (xiii cent.). Pitchcott is a small parish with an area of 925 acres, including only 32 acres of arable land, the rest, some 887 acres, being all pasture land. 1 The slope of the land drops

    Ashendon hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundered of Ashendon

    Ickford ; Ilmer ; Kingsey ; Ludgershall with Kingswood ; Fleet Marston ; North Marston ; Oakley ; Oving ; Pitchcott ; Quainton with Shipton Lee ; Quarrendon ; Shabbington ; Towersey ; Waddesdon with Westcott and Woodham Cott and

    Parishes Oving

    made by the Lord Chancellor. In 1902 the rectory of Pitchcott was annexed, 106 and since then the presentation has been alternately in the Lord Chancellor and the patron of Pitchcott , who is at present Mr. H. Yates Thompson

    Parishes Adstock

    was acknowledged to hold half a knight's fee here in 1229 . 22 At this date William Vernon also held Pitchcott (q.v.), with which Adstock descended 23 to George Vernon , who died in 1566 leaving daughters and co-heirs, Margaret

    Parishes Whitchurch

    castle of the Bolebecs commanded the main road from Aylesbury to Buckingham , while branch ways led to Oving and Pitchcott on the west and Cublington on the east. At its gate and under the protection of its lord traders

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    and proceeding with a view to the suppression of piracy see also Algiers, Barbary, Sallee, and Turks. Pitcairn , Mr. Pitchcott , co. Buckingham Pitman , John, certificate of Pitney , Somerset, hundtred, ship-money Pitt , , cousin to John Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    piracy and see Turks. Pirton , co. Oxford, hundred Pisgah Pitcairn , [Andrew ] propositions for manufacture of gunpowder by Pitchcott , Bucks Pitcher , George "Pitchers," soapmakers' works so called Pitfield , co. Wilts, see Fifield Bavant. Pitstone , Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 395, July 1-31, 1638, 01 July 1638-31 July 1638

    Ashenden, Wootton Underwood, Dorton, all visited this day; Brill, Oakley, Boarstall, Ludgershall, Waddesdon, visited the 16th inst.; and Hardwicke, Whitchurch, Pitchcott, and North Marston, visited the 17th inst.; and Hoggestone, Swanbourne, Mursley, and Drayton Parslow, on the 18th inst. [11 Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 296, August 19-31, 1635, 19 August 1635-31 August 1635

    came to be churched without a veil. Cuddington: That Thomas Crutie, doth usually sleep at prayers. Oving and also at Pitchcott: That they want Bishop Jewel's works, and in the same parishes, that they want a flagon to put wine Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VERNON, Sir Richard (1390-1451), of Harlaston, Staffs. and Haddon, Derbys.

    the Shipbrook branch) also owned the manors of Stackpole Elidor, Bosherton and Rudbaxton in Pembrokeshire, Pendine and ‘Cantrewyn’ in Carmarthenshire, Pitchcott and Adstock (with the advowsons of both churches) in Buckinghamshire and Meaburn Maulds and Newby in Westmorland, along with

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Nathanielis Netmaker, 0/0/1662

    114125 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Netmaker Forename Nathanielis Title Mr Qualification MA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1662 Office/Status Rector Location Pitchcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, L.C. V, ff. 22-221 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment

    Henricus Brugis, 8/6/1727

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 19398 Linked to person: Bruges, Henry 1706-1728 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brugis Forename Henricus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 8/6/1727 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pitchcott//Bucks

    Thomas Lally, 4/3/1771

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 21911 Linked to person: Lally, Thomas 1746-1771 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lally Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 4/3/1771 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pitchcott//Bucks

    Thomas King, 27/10/1685

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 152476 Linked to person: King, Thomas 1680-1685 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname King Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 27/10/1685 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    Nathanael Nettmaker, 29/9/1680

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 250414 Linked to person: Netmaker, Nathaniel 1634-1680 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Nettmaker Forename Nathanael Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 29/9/1680 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pitchcott//Bucks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "w were the old man's wordsto me stand- ing in lBotolph Claydon and looking at the gap between Quainton and Pitchcott." The engineer of the scheme of construction to Aylesbury via Amersham, Missenden, and Wendover is Mr. COnEAxx LInDUELL, brother Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newark. r Rev I. Sleigh, B.A.; licensed to ofliciate in the diocese vs of Chester. Rev. E. Templentai, Rector of Pitchcott, s5 near Aylesbury, and chaplain retired list, H.A.LLS; chap. e lain and ono of the assistont.masters of Schorne College- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He was ordained Deacon in 1833, and priest in 1834. After his ordination he passed some Years at Swanbourne and Pitchcott, the former being 'the locality of the family estate. A short time having been spent at Godalming, where the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ofyAce e1b Friday 2nornhin. STAGROUNDS. Her Majesty's-Tuesday, Maidenhead Thichet; Friday, Adam and Eve, Hayes; at eleven. Roth lilds, Baron-Monday, Pitchcott; Thursday, Aston Abbots; at eleven. FOXHOUNtDS. Atherstone-Monday, Barton-in-the--Beans; Wednesday, Warton Villaege Friday, Shilton Village; Saturday, Hansly Hall; at eleven. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15 OXFORDSHIRE DOWN SHEARLING RAMS, & 15 DITTO RAM LAMBS, bred by (and the property of) Mr. R. Dickens, of Pitchcott, and late of Caversfield. 45 OXFORDSHIRE DOWN RAM LAMBS, bred by (and the property of) W. H. Fox, Esq., Subscribers-only content

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