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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Protestant Nonconformity and Other Christian Bodies

    Summertown Cong. Church min. bk. Ibid. Ex inf. Miss E. Lindsey and Mrs. W. G. Moore . Mansfield Coll ., Summertown Cong. Church, roll of members. Ibid. min. bk. Ibid. rep. of meeting of Cong. Assoc. ( 1910 );

    Wolvercote Nonconformity

    , 72 but no nonconformist chapels were recorded in 1854 . Then, and in subsequent years, dissenters attended services in Summertown , presumably at the Congregationalist chapel there; 73 their numbers grew from c . 12 in 1854 to c

    Wolvercote Church

    it was declared a vicarage. In 1976 the benefice and parish were united with th ose of St. Michael 's, Summertown , Oxford , and a team ministry composed of a rector and one or more vicars was established. The

    Witney borough Roman catholicism

    visiting priests from Oxford and, later, from Buckland (then Berks .). 11 An oratory served by a visiting priest from Summertown or Begbroke was established before 1915 at No. 1 Church Green , and during the First World War masses

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    39. Fasnacht, Summertown , 5; Oxoniensia , xxxvi. 88; St. John 's Coll . Mun., Reg. viii-ix, passim . Fasnacht, Summertown , 73. Pevsner, Oxon . 333. For a full description of Summertown 's buildings see Fasnacht, Summertown , passim

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rfte 41rov s. EXTR&OBDINARY CASE OF BIG AMY.-Tho captain of a merchant vessel, named Lightbody, was brought up at the Liverpool Police Court on Monday, charged with attempt- ing to shoot his wife with a pistol. It transpired in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far backsis December, 1858, The forgery was executed in a. somewhat ingenious manner. In November, 1858, Mr. Samuel Beesley, farmer, Summertown, near Oxford, supplied Messrs. Ellis aid Co., with a quantity of hay and straw, amountingto £4. 13s. 9d., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bishopric of Capctown has b~ezi overcome, and the new bishop, the BHev. W. 3. JIo~xs, B. D., vicar of Summertown, Oxford, will be consecrated in Westminster Abbey, on May 15. Mr. J. B. SEDVEXIELD, ageil seventy-four, a solicitor, who had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    au, it transpired that the poor widow, who was to have resided with her daughter in their new residence at Summertown, had broken up her jhome, and the fellow had succeeded in obtaining, not only thel value of most of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have decided to make a very ex- tensive sweep, and to include within the municipal bound- ary the parishes of Summertown, Marston, and Hinlksay (efleks). The population of the three parishes at the last census amounted to 2,612. TnE EASTERS Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U, Z

    308 Wokingham (Oakingham, Ochinham, Okingham), co. Berks. King's woods at, 36 sale of trees at, 59 Wolf , Thomas, of Summertown, co. Oxford alleged to be recusant, 299 Wolferston , Edmund, of St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London holds licence to

    Index, S

    , Sir Edward, of Flemyngs, co. Essex sends gift of grape roots and plum trees to Earl of Salisbury, 137 Summertown , co. Oxford 299 Sunderland , co. Durham 194 Sunning , co. Berks. King's manor of, 39 Sunninghill Park

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