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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shipton-on-Cherwell Nonconformity

    1873 or 1874 a Baptist preaching station was opened. It was served alternately with one at Thrupp until the opening of the chapel at Thrupp in 1876 . 62 'Returns of Recusants 1577', Miscellanea xii (Cath. Rec. Soc. xxii), 110.

    Kidlington Local government

    Water Eaton 27 per cent, Thrupp 13 per cent, and Gosford 7 per cent, except for a period after the Civil War when Kidlington and Water Eaton each paid 39 per cent and Gosford and Thrupp 11 per cent each.

    Kidlington Economic history

    the former Kidlington demesne, and probably in Thrupp moors. Woodland in the extraparochial Osney Hill belonged to Kidlington manor until c . 1200. 50 In 1553 the stint for a yardland in Thrupp was 8 beasts or horses and 60

    Kidlington Manors and other estates

    of the remainder of Thrupp . 54 Most of Thrupp was held in 1221 by Ralph Hareng, perhaps a relation of Walkelin Hareng and possibly the Ralph son of Geoffrey who disputed possession of land in Thrupp with Stephen of

    Kidlington Protestant nonconformity

    to New Road in 1910 , 49 but services continued to be held at Thrupp until 1953 when a new church was acquired in Kidlington . Thrupp chapel was officially closed and the building sold in 1954 . The first

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y dylasai Syr Sydney Dacres dalu mwy o sylw i awgrym- iadau a 4dygwyd dan ei sylw, nad oedd Capten Thrupp weai arfer gofal digaonol wrth roddi y liwyth i fewn, am y Hong na chafodd ei bar- chwilio yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boswell court, Lincoln's inn. W. Edwards, Liverpool, commission-agent. [Wilson, Southampton street. T. Giller and J. Shepherd, Manchester, coach-makers. [Burgoyne and Thrupp, Oxford street. H. Goldsmid, Linton, Kent, wine-merchant. [James, Ely place. S. Robertt, Ross, Herefordshire, mercer. fKing, Sejeant's inn, Fleet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    corn-dealer. [Hawkins & Co. New Boswell-court. L. Peterson} Tunbridge, coal-merchant. fgarrards Suffolk-cc, PaR. Mal, R. Beauchamp, Holborn-bars, pawnbroker. [Burgoyne and Thrupp, Oxford-st C. Giliham, Romford, wine-merchatit. [Selby, Serjeant's-inn. J. Browne, St. Mary-at-hill, wine-merchant. [Teasdale and Co. Fenchurch.st B. Bone,Greenwich, cabinet-maker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. PRODUCE MARKETS. The average price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the returns made in the week ending May 1, is 27s. aild. per cwt. The arrivals of B. P. Muscovadoes have been considerable, and our present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilson, W. G., 22 Conduit street Tollemache, Admiral, Piccadilly Windsor, B., Henrietta street, Covent Thompson, P., Frith street, Soho garden Thrupp, H. E., George st. Grosvenor sq. Wood, H., Canven street, Strand Trimmer, J. A., Lower Belgrave street Wood, Thomas, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    List of abbreviations

    161 78. Stow A Survey of London by John Stow , ed. C. L. Kingsford, 2 vols., 1908. Thrupp Sylvia L. Thrupp, The Merchant Class of Medieval London , [1948 ] . VCH Victoria County History . Woodfill W. L.

    Introduction, Medieval accounts and their arrangement

    are entered under 'Receipts Extraordinary'. In the draft account of 1584 85 this figure is not entered. Beaven i, 390; Thrupp 360; Cal. Wills ii, 275 7. Margaret Darby, 'John Philipot, a fourteenth century London merchant', unpublished London M.Sc. (Econ)

    General Index, T, U, V, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    Alley (London) Throckmorton , Sir Baynham, jun. petition of Raphael, petition of Sir W., Knight Marshal certificate by petition of Thrupp , John Rowland Thruston , Clem., petitions of Capt. John, petition of Thurbarne , John petition of Thurcross , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 March 1676-28 February 1677

    William, Sir Baynham and Thomas, father, grandfather and great grandfather of Herbert, lieutenant in Col. Russell's regiment, pass for requested Thrupp , Rowland, collector at Bristol, certificate by and others, certificate by Thurland , Sir Edward, Baron of the Exchequer, Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    155, 278. -, Sir Nicholas, 293, 696; royal bounty to, 505. -, Sir William, knight marshal to the King, 125. Thrupp , John, Customer, Bristol, 3. -, Rowland, Customer, Bristol, 3, 61. Thurmaston (co. Leicester), 316, 349 Thurmond , Nicholas,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.563

    Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor) : diocese Participant: Richard Tod [Todd] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Location: Scalby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Scalby (Scawby, Scawbie) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kidlington (Oxfordshire) Place(s): Thrupp(Thrupp) : undefined

 

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