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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, R, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    to the Works, 156, 241, 1142, 1311, 1362-3, 1828. -, Judith, starcher to the King, 229. -, Samuel, brewer, 1091. Radcot , Ralkett, co. Oxford, 1474, 1539. Radford (Rafford, Ratford), John, commissioner for the office of Clerk of the Pipe,

    Charles I - volume 514, April 1646, 01 April 1646-30 April 1646

    of Gaunt House [near Stanlake, in Oxfordshire ] , and of Lechlade [in Gloucestershire ] , to draw up before Radcot [in Oxfo rdshire ] , and block that [garrison of the enemy ] up, taking what advantage you can Subscribers-only content

    General Index, N, O, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Banbury, Bicester, Chipping Norton, Deddington, Dorchester, Finstock, Latchford, Launton, Longworth, Maple Durham, Milton, Minsterworth, Nettlebed, Oxford, Magdalen parish in Oxford, Radcot, Sandford, Shiplake, Stanton Harcourt, Thame, Watlington, Witney, Wolvercot, Woodstock, Worton Oyster Bank , the, between Ostend and Flushing, the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    yacht appointed to transport, letter to Per , Arnaud. See Aubert, Charles, de la Chevays. Perk , Ann, house of, Radcot, Oxfordshire, licence to Perkins , Henry, Congregational, licence to house of, Horton, Dorset, licences to John, house of, Shilton, Subscribers-only content

    Historical Collections, The New Model Army

    Winchester . in Hants The Garrison of Porsmuth, Southampton and Christ-Church , Port-Towns. in Berks Farrington, Wallingford, Dennington , and Radcot . in Berks Abingdon, Reading and Windsor . in Oxford , The City of Oxford , The King's-head Garrison,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BESSELS, Sir Peter (1363-1425), of Bessels Leigh, Berks.

    in the upper Thames valley in Oxfordshire and Berkshire where it comprised two manors at Buckland and others in Leigh, Radcot and Grafton, but also including a valuable property at Kingston in Warwickshire and the manor of Kings Brompton and

    FETTIPLACE, Giles (d.1641), of Poulton, Wilts.

    three lords of Maisey Hampton, Gloucestershire. He also owned property at Lechlade. His Oxfordshire estate, which included the manor of Radcot and lands in Broughton Poggs may have come to him through his second marriage.He died in 1641 between making

    RADCLIFFE, Sir Ralph (d.1406), of Blackburn and Smithills, Lancs.

    men in the north-west; and our Member was among the first adherents to his cause. After the ensuing rout at Radcot bridge in Oxfordshire, the duke fled into exile and orders were sent out by the Appellants for the arrest

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Radcot Wier.; Views on the Thames, 1814

    Radcot Wier.; Views on the Thames Landscape, with a man standing on a wooden bridge over the Thames in middle ground, and a man and woman with an infant standing in front of a thatched cottage at left; two

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the particulars thereof to either of the Executors, Mr. James Bell Hands, of Faringdon, Barks, Mr. George William Clare, of Radcot, Oxon, and Mr. Walter Clare, of Clanfield, aforesaid, or to us, the under- signed Solicitors, to either of whom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    members joined the Society during the evening. FARI1NGDON. MErrANcHoLY OoCuasENCE.-We have to record the death of Mr. Henry Plummer, of Radcot Farm, near Faringdon (formerly of Stallpits Farm, Shrivenbam), which occurred during the night of Wednesday last. There appears no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Clapton; Langford, William John Pearson Reading and Willia Frampton Hobbs; Little Faringdon, Thomas Lock, sen,, and Thomas Lock, jun.; Radcot, Thomas Morse and John Rhodes Akerman; Shilton, Robert Brown and John Saver; Swiobrook, George Maisey and Frederick Webb; Taynfon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5lbs. weight of lead, w value 2s. 6d., from the parapet wall of one of the bridges between Faringdon and Radcot, on the Burford main road, doing damage to the bridge to the amount of 26s.-The sA evidence taken on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Faringdon, v. William Clarke, house furnisher, Faringdon.-Claim 61. for damages for trespass committed by the defendant upon plaintiff's land, at Radcot. Mr. Jotcham appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Mallam, of Oxford, for the defendant. It appeared that the defendant, Subscribers-only content

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