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  • * Victoria County History *

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    day and a night. 59 Standhill , another of Pyrton 's lowland hamlets, is a case of an almost completely deserted site of a medieval hamlet: only some farm sheds at Upper Standhill and Lower Standhill farmhouse remain, but traces

    The hundred of Pyrton THE HUNDRED OF PYRTON

    by four tithing men from Shirburn , two each from Pyrton and Clare , and one each from Goldor and Standhill , both tithings of Pyrton , one each from Pishill Venables (i.e. the other manor in Pishill ), Warmscombe,

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    1 5 61/2 4 1 12 0 8 1 12 5 13 1 0 11 22 1 12 81/2 9 Standhill 2 7 41/2 19 3 11 6 22 2 17 4 17 4 6 9 36 Stonor 10 5

    Parishes South Moreton

    1894 . The field next to the mound is the 'Ware' or 'Wore'; then ' Brook Ham ,' 'Dunfurlong,' ' Standhill ,' 'Lydle'; and beyond the railway 'Flaxmanshore,' 'Parsons edge,' 'Butchers Gore ,' and ' Brockle .' Meadows are '

    Parishes Upper Heyford SKETCH MAP OF UPPER HEYFORD C. 1800

    land' and the 'farme season land', and the glebe terrier of 1685 110 gives the names of Deane Field , Standhill , Elumfield, and Flex (i.e. Flax) lands. The earliest land-tax assessment of 1760 shows that the distribution of land

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BODYNGTON, William, of Wallingford, Berks.

    not originally a Wallingford man; indeed, he may well have been the William Bodyngton who had witnessed a deed at Standhill in Oxfordshire in 1397. Nevertheless, by 1412 he had become town clerk, an office he apparently held continuously for

    REDE, John (d.1404), of Checkendon, Oxon.

    profits of a successful career in the law, Rede was able to add to his possessions the Oxfordshire manors of Standhill (in the 1390s) and Gatehampton (1402).[footnote]Rede’s legal practice, already well-established by 1378, brought him clients from both Buckinghamshire and

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    proposed to Emperor by at Szolnok and Pesth successes of, in Hungary intentions of, towards Hungary Turnbull , Thomas, of Standhill, warrant for grant of forfeited estate of Turner (Tumor), Arthur, King's counsel, letter from recommended for judgeship in Common Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    John, fifth Earl of Exeter. Stamford , Earl of. See Grey, Thomas, second Earl of Stamford. Standhill , Roxburghshire. See Turnbull, Thomas, of Standhill. Standish , John, appointed to living of Therfield Stanhope . See Murray, , of Stanhope. Stanhope Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1682, 01 September 1682-30 September 1682

    Castle. Warrant for expeding a grant of the forfeited estate, real and personal, which formerly belonged to Thomas Turnbull of Standhill, Roxburghshire, to William Trotter, a lieutenant in the Earl of Mar's foot regiment. [ Ibid. p . 377. ] Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prolemelon. on the meet lIberal terson. Establlbhed A D. t825. The Rtoom hat aecoinmo. dated 120 Pupill.-Apply to Mr. Geary, Standhill fHotee, Brie-ley Hill. ct9 j2 E'ItINGON.V~t~ REIDECE, roningmain road: cam. Deemng toem tw At~csWO. ButereandCeok's Pantriesv Gardn innea-Appy. T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonel, against the icgl.-Sittt of 7turs~tdaty. Gitl.AT EVIENT !-Ott Fridrty last, Sir 'Thotaas B. Lethbritige, Bart. atrrived at his set, Standhill Parl, ott his return from a continental tour..Tauttton Cttricr. NEw COAL.-We are recelitly infortaetd that sotme steam vessels had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aid. to 9d., straw 31d. to 4d. ditto. 0 SCOTCH SEQ UESTRA TIUOAS. . LESLIE William, grain and cattle dealer, Standhill; to meet i at Linlithgow, Aug. 3, and 24, at 2. SMITH James, lately hotel keeper, Wardie, deceased; to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aytoun assd Lorenzo (Negro Comedians), Sisters Mead- way (Duettists), Professor Burmond (Cylindroscope), Miss May Hodgson (Serio-Comic), bliss Rita, Meadway (Serio-Comic), Standhill and Gough (Negro Comedians), Mr Fred Wilson (Variety Entertainer), Lee, Straisge, and Leo (Duettists). Chef d'Oschestre, Mr Louis Hermann. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    artists engaged are the Descombes' combination troupe of acrobats, jugglers, contortionists, &c. (who are very clever in their line), Plessrs Standhill and Gough (the American one-legged Negroists and high-kictrers), Pliss Plane France (soprano vocalist), and Mr James Brady (comic vocalist). Subscribers-only content

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