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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stokenchurch

    Parishes StokenchurchSTOKENCHURCH Stokingchurch (xiv cent.). Stokenchurch is a large parish on the border of Oxfordshire of nearly 5,920 acres, including 2,427 of arable, 1,215 of permanent grass and 970 of woods and plantations. 1 The slope of the land

    Parishes Aston Rowant ASTON ROWANT AND KINGSTON BLOUNT C. 1800

    and the hamlets of Stokenchurch and Copcourt for 1/2-fee, besides certain rents in Chalford and an estate at Wormsley in Stokenchurch . 113 He was still alive in 1295 and in possession of Aston with Stokenchurch and of estates in

    The hundred of Lewknor THE HUNDRED OF LEWKNOR

    practised. Arthur Young , writing in 1809 , described the country at the foot of the Chilterns between Tetsworth and Stokenchurch as open field with 'exceedingly good soil', a brown, strong loam and moist bottom which gave good wheat crops.

    Parishes Lewknor

    , Stokenchurch , Aston Rowant , and other places. 92 The date of his death is not known and in 1428 the unnamed heir of a John Symeon held the Symeons' and Morleys ' land in Exchequers manor in Stokenchurch

    The three hundreds of Chiltern Introduction and map

    the Three Hundreds of Chiltern THE HUNDRED OF DESBOROUGH 1 CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF RADENHAM IBSTONE STOKENCHURCH (transferred from Oxfordshire ) FAWLEY GREAT MARLOW TURVILLE FINGEST LITTLE MARLOW WOOBURN HAMBLEDEN MEDMENHAM HIGH WYCOMBE HEDSOR RADNAGE WEST WYCOMBE HUGHENDEN SAUNDERTON THE

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCROPE, John (c.1662-1752), of Wormsley, in Stokenchurch, Bucks.

    of Wormsley, in Stokenchurch, Bucks. Constituency Dates Ripon 1722 171727 Bristol 1727 171734 Lyme Regis 1734 9 Apr. 1752 Ofifces Held Baron of the Exchequer [S] 1708-24; commr. of the great seal in England Sept.-Oct. 1710; sec. to the Treasury

    FETTIPLACE, Peter (d.1444), of Stokenchurch, Oxon.

    (d.1444), of Stokenchurch, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire Dec. 1421 Oxfordshire 1423 Oxfordshire 1435 Ofifces Held Coroner, Oxon. by Oct. 1419-aft. 1437. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Oxon. Feb. 1422 (counterfeitors of weights), Bucks. Mar. 1439 (concealments); array, Oxon. Jan. 1436;

    PERRY, Godfrey atte, of Harmondsworth, Mdx.

    as a landowner is now hard to determine. It was as feoffees-to-uses that he and others conveyed the manor of Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire, to Richard II in April 1399, so that he might settle it upon Westminster abbey, although later in

    UNTON (UMPTON), Edward (1534-82), of Wadley, Berks.; Langley, Oxon. and London.

    around Faringdon by buying the manor of Wyke and died holding the manors of Sheepbridge, Berkshire, Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, and Stokenchurch and Chequers, Buckinghamshire, and other lands in all three counties. There were also small estates, appurtenances of Sheepbridge, in

    BRUDENELL, Edmund (d.1425/6), of Amersham, Bucks. and Aynho, Northants.

    in Rickmansworth (Hertfordshire). Although, in 1418, he made a quitclaim, to Peter Fettiplace* and his wife Juliana, of lands in Stokenchurch sometime belonging to Juliana’s former husband, Robert Morley, he continued to accumulate property elsewhere. For example, five years later,

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Radical Club, and other papers

    James Savage, Bethnal-green road Charles FoxSmith, 64 Queen street, Cheapside J. D. Stiles, 27 Stamford street J. C. Symons, Radnage, Stokenchurch, Bucks J. T. Selles, 15 St Mary Axe John Travers, St Swithin's lane John Taylor, 17 Kent terrace, Regent's

    General Index, S, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Countess of Carrick, letters of Ensign Sir Francis, certificate of John Lady Margaret Sir Robert Stockwell , Richard, examination of Stokenchurch , co. Oxford Stokes , David, grant and dispensation to Stokes Bay documents dated from Stone , Andrew, petition Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, July 1528, 1-10, 01 July 1528-31 July 1528

    advowsons of the churches of Westhenreth and St. Mary in Wallingford, Berks, Chynnor, Garsington, Aston Rowant, with the chapel of Stokenchurch (Oxon), and Shobuden alias Shobingden, Bucks, and all tithes or portions of tithes belonging to the said monastery; viz.,

    Charles I - volume 110, July 13-24, 1628, 13 July 1628-24 July 1628

    Man., Car. I., Vol . viii., No . 49. ] July 14. Westminster. Pardon to Thomas Deane alias Collins, of Stokenchurch, co. Oxford, labourer, for manslaughter of Thomas Constable. [ Ibid., No . 50. ] July 14. Docquet of the Subscribers-only content

    Volume 70, April 20-30, 1654, 20 April 1654-30 April 1654

    Everett, and Wm. Booth, that Sympson, on 26 March 1645, was surprised by a party of the king's horse at Stokenchurch, and refused to surrender till they were going to fire the house, and he heard the cries of the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1775, 9 May 1775

    and Powers of feveral Afts, " for " repairing the Road from Beaconsfield, in the County " of Bucks, to Stokenchurch, in the County of Ox« " ford." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1775, 11 May 1775

    and Powers of feveral ^ch Road " Acts, for repairing the Road from Beaconsfield in the County of Bucks, to Stokenchurch in the County of Oxford" was committed. a Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamen- turn continuandum effe ufque ad et Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1775, 12 May 1775

    of feveral Ads, for to st°ken- *' repairing the Road from Beaconsfield, in the County \y\? " of Bucks, to Stokenchurch, in the County of Ox- " ford." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall « pafs ?" Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1775, 22 May 1775

    Powers of " feveral Afts, " for repairing the Road from Beaconf- " field, in the County of Bucks, to Stokenchurch, in the " County of Oxford" To thefe Bills the Royal Affent was pronounced by the Clerk Affiftant, feverally, Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1778, 19 February 1778

    fit." ¦ Hodie 2a vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for 'c repairing and widening the Road from Stokenchurch " in the County of Oxford, to Wheatley Bridge, and " from the faid Bridge to En/low Bridge, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edmund Quelch, 28/2/1673

    Quelch Forename Edmund Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 28/2/1673 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stokenchurch// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers e. 22 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Crew, Nathaniel/Oxford 1671- 1674

    Edmund Quelch, 20/4/1676

    Quelch Forename Edmund Title Priest Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 20/4/1676 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Stokenchurch// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers e. 22 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Fell, John/Oxford 1676-

    John Day, 20/7/1722

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Day Forename John Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/7/1722 Office/Status Curate Location Stokenchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers c. 133 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Potter, John/Oxford 1715- 1737 Comment

    John Day, 9/6/1697

    DETAIL Surname Day Forename John Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/6/1697 Office/Status not given Location Stokenchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers c. 130 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hough, John/Oxford 1690- 1699 Comment exhibited; office blank

    blank Day, 11/8/1685

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Day Forename blank Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 11/8/1685 Office/Status Schoolmaster Location Stokenchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers d. 20 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Fell, John/Oxford 1676- 1686 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of wood, value "one penny," from a pile in Thirdswood, the property of Mr John Page, chairmaker, of Wheel End, Stokenchurch. The prosecutor produced Alfred Newell, who said he saw Allen take the faggot at about half past five o'clock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a charge of stealing wood, of the value of three farthings, the pro- perty of Mr John Page, of Stokenchurch, she was to have taken her trial at the Oxford sessions, just over; but having since her committal been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Klinsington. "-" I wish they had raot waked me," said the man, " I walked as far as from Stokenchurch, and that's a matter of forty miles, this morning to see if I could get some work, and went Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (North Hants), Preston Capes (North Hants), Wravendon (Backs). Ob1ey (Bucks), Steepld Claydon (Bucks), North 'inchley pIlildlesex), Loowestoft (Sutfolk), Worth (Sussex), Stokenchurch (Oxon), and Kpmpsey (Worcester). Just before the 5 10 pr.m. Midland train from Leeds Wellington Station left for Carnforth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Boyt, Westlrisnter, carpenter, Juie 2, at 1. WN. 13. Power, Old Brompton, upholsterer, June 1, at 11, J. Cheese, Stokenchurch, surgeon, Juine 2. at 1. (U. T. Browvn, Hackney-wick. accousntsst. lonue2, at 1, IV. C. Gordon, Charlton, deputy-superitrndeant of Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The educational almanack., 1881

    (Yorks.), Is. 4d.; Murton (Northumb.), Is. 4d.; New Shore - tarn ( Sussex ), Is. 4d.; Somerly (Leic), Is. 4d.; Stokenchurch ( Oxon .), m i"' Surlingham (Norf.), Is. 4d.; Belper ( Derby ), Is. 4jd.; Everdon (JNortharnp.), ls.4jd.; Burham Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    and out beyond it the russeting woods stretch away to the blue hills. And presently comes the journey's end, and Stokenchurch , just within the boun¬ daries of Oxfordshire , is reached in time for a cup of tea and Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    (Yorks.), Is. 4d.; Murton (Northumb.), Is. 4d.; New Shore - ham ( Sussex ), Is. 4d.; Somerly (Leic), Is. 4d.; Stokenchurch ( Oxon .), Is. 4d.; Surlingham (Norf.), Is. 4d.; Belper ( Derby ), Is. 4±d.; Everdon (Northamp.), 1S. 4|d. Subscribers-only content

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