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You searched for: Place: Shenington, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tewkesbury hundred Upper division The hundred of Tewkesbury (upper division), 1845 Area around Moreton-in-Marsh , 1962

    , Prescott , Shenington , Stanway , and Great Washbourne . The history of Ashton under Hill is reserved for the volume covering Tibblestone hundred, in which the rest of that parish lay, and the history of Shenington is reserved

    Parishes Tysoe

    950. Exch. K.R. Misc. Bks. 15, fol. 98. Chan. Inq, p.m. 20 Ric. II, no. 144. The adjacent parish of Shenington though physically in Oxfordshire was a detached portion of Gloucestershire until 1844. Cal. Pat . 1317-21 , pp. 100,

    Oriel College and St Mary hall COLLEGIVM ORIALL Plan Of St. Mary Hall .

    Littleworth , Berks . ( c . 1478), 42 Dean and Chalford , Oxon ., for the Carpenter fellow, 43 Shenington , Oxon ., for the Smyth fellow ( c . 1502), 44 and Swainswick, near Bath , for the

    Parishes Barford St. Michael

    The elder line kept the bulk of the land and moved after a generation first to Clifton and then to Shenington , 174 and the two junior branches existed on holdings of less than a yardland. 175 When the freehold

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE C. 1800

    connect the hamlets in the parish with each other and with Hook Norton , North Newington , Tadmarton , and Shenington . Even so Swalcliffe parish was comparatively isolated: before the introduction of bus services the only public means of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inq iest on Saturday on the boly of a farmer and wool dcaler named Allitt, who wsas found dead near Shenington. Deceesed was a farmer at Oxhill, near Eineton, and was riding from Danbl~ury to hlis home oni Tuesdaty even- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him before when in a similar condition, and knew what would suit him; but hoe was informed that Dr.MaVicar, of Shenington, Barnbury, was attending Dr, Hutchinson, Witness had some conversation with Dr. fcaVicar on the following Sunday afternoon as to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    something to do with the conduct of the police in the case.-A letter was read from Mr. James Kelsey, of Shenington, applying a for Dr. MaeVicar's appointment, but the Board aged t I advertise for a successor. BRA WLING IN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bloxbii 'and the second " Handsome;" by "Hermit "-L "MarY,"3vbelied on Februaty 19, walked by Mr. R. . Harris; of. Shenington. "Hamlet " acd " Harleqluin," which took the first prize recently at Peterborough foi the Vest pair of dog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a . yr fi WARWICOSHIRE HOUNDS: s The meet yesterday was at Houndshill. The first fox E was found gt0 Shenington Spinney, and gave the hounde a a short spin round by Aldermmnster, and was given upt going for Presrowon-tour, Subscribers-only content

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