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You searched for: Place: Stokenchurch, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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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

    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

    Parishes Radnage

    During the last century it passed to Colonel Fane , 37 whose representative, Major John Augustus Fane of Wormsley in Stokenchurch , is at the present day one of the principal landowners in this parish. De la Pole. Azure a

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    valuation lists of Bullingdon R. D.C. d.d. Clerke Brown Family deeds relating to Aston Rowant , Kingston Blount , and Stokenchurch d.d. Cooper and Caldecott Deeds and family papers from the offices of Messrs. Cooper and Caldecott , solicitors, Henley

  • * British History Online * *

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    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

    Charles II, February 1672, 01 February 1672-28 February 1672

    Oxford. Dr. Peter Mews to Williamson. I arrived here safe last night, but with much difficulty, the snow, especially about Stokenchurch, being very troublesome, which however troubled me not so much as the news of Dr. Clerke's succeeding at Magdalen Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    Devon, Presbyterian, licence requested for licence to, receipt for licence to Stokely , Robert, house of, Warboys, Hunts., licence to Stokenchurch , snow at Stokes Bay , vessels at Stone , Thomas, request for licences by to call for licences Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (21). Stokegoldington church, Linc., g. 6709 (15). Stokehall . See Stokhall. Stokehouse , Chr., p. 868. Stokeley , Master, 5407. Stokenchurch , Oxon, 4471. Stokes , Stoks, Stokis, Stocks, & c., , 2708, p. 3068. -, Andrew, p. 986, 5330

  • * 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

  • * 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, 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

    Clement Ffarer, 12/6/1666

    Ffarer Forename Clement Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 12/6/1666 Office/Status Rector Location Stokenchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, MS Oxf. Dioc. Papers e. 3 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Blandford, Walter/Oxford 1665- 1671 Comment exhibited institution and ordination licence, but

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of July. William Warren, of Stokenchurch (who did not appear), was fined 6s., including costs, for neglecting to send his child to school; and John Bird, of Stokenchurch, was fined ls., and James Hunt, of Stokenchurch, 2s. Gd. for similar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & HOLIDAY, In the Railway Hotel Yard, oxfordI THIS DAY kSaturdayl, November 13, at Two o'clock to the minute. Bicester. STOKENCHURCH, OXON. ANNUAL SALE or BEECH TIMBER AND FAGOTS. 660 Loads of Excellent BEECH TIMBER, with the FELLING FAGOTS, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Enstone Trust; The Bauburv and Bloxham Trust; The Charlbury Trust: (1) Great Tew, (2) Woottou, Glymnptou, and Stonesfield; The Stokenchurch Trust, fronm Grove Stile, Woodstock, to Summnertown; and The Woodstock Roads' Trust, in lengths: (1) Piue Cottage, Woodstock, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    workers. Catalogues are in circul.tiibnj and may be had at the Falcon and Lion Hotels, HighbWycombe; the principal Inns at Stokenchurch; oz-of the auctioneers, Brill and Thame. NETHIERCOTE & LEVIWNOR FARMS, OXON, One mile from Aston Rowant, G.W.R. Highly-important Sale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and STURKS, and 1 YEARLING BULL. Pedigree will be given at time of sale. Auction Offices, Bicester, Banhury, and Deddington. STOKENCHURCH, OXON. Annual Sale of Beech Timber & Fagots. 600 LOADS of Excellent BEECH TIMBER, iwitb the FELLING FAGOTS, on Subscribers-only content

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