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You searched for: Place: "Aynho" "Aynho", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Souldern SOULDERN

    The county boundary which runs through the southern end of Aynho Park and follows Ockley Brook bounds the parish on the north; the Cherwell forms the western and the Aynho and Somerton roads most of the eastern and southern boundaries.

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden

    Northolt in Middlesex , Chippenham in Cambridgeshire , Amersham in Buckinghamshire , Streatley in Berkshire , Kingham in Oxfordshire , Aynho in Northamptonshire , and Compton in Warwickshire ; and also 120 acres of arable land at Walden , 100

    Parishes Barcheston

    the king's manor of Great (or Long) Compton (q.v.). William de Mandeville, Earl of Essex , in 1170 when granting Aynho ( Northants .) to Roger fitz Richard in exchange for Compton also confirmed to him 'the land of Willington

    Parishes Long Compton

    of his wife's sister, 9 as in 1170 William de Mandeville, 3rd Earl of Essex , granted the manor of Aynho ( Northants .) to the said Roger in exchange for Compton . 10 On the death of Earl William

    Parishes Stoke Mandeville

    From these feoffees this manor must shortly have passed to Henry Brudenell , a younger son of William Brudenell of Aynho . 34 By his will, dated 22 Jan. 1430 -1, he left the manor of Oldbury to his third

  • * British History Online * *

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    Non-Freemen

    16. Manning and Bray's 'Surrey,' Ducarel's and Allen's Histories of Lambeth, Nichols's 'Progresses of Queen Elizabeth,' & c. Born at Aynho, in Northamptonshire, about 1565; educated at O xford to the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law, 1590; appointed by

    Wills, 21-30 Elizabeth I (1578-88)

    the Charity Commissioners in 1863 (Appendix to Report Livery Comp. Com., 1884, vol. iv. p. 504). 2 Co. Derby. 3 Aynho, co. Northampton. 1 Or Common Crier, whose official duty it was, among other things, to act as an auctioneer

    Charles I - volume 274, September 1634, 01 September 1634-30 September 1634

    thus much the writer desired Mr. Burdin to signify, who is by this time with Sir John and parson of Aynho, & c. For Sir John's last letters, they came a day too late, for Sir John's Bishop's relaxation went Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 376, Undated 1637, 01 December 1637-31 December 1637

    Sir Francis. [1 p . ] 117. Names of opposers of the distress taken from John Cartwright, all being of Aynho, co. Northampton, with a note of request by Robert Toms that he may have satisfaction for his trouble and Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 391, May 25-31, 1638, 25 May 1638-31 May 1638

    Majesty granted for re-enforcing Sir William's regiment, Captain Douglas having transported the former 300. [ p . ] May 25. Aynho. 15. Reginald Burdyn to [Sir John Lambe ] . I came hither last night, upon request of my now Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9.8.5, Warwick 9.20, Leamnisgtose 9.30, ri Southnim Road 9.40. IPenny Compten 9.50. Cropredy 10.0, Barnbury ~ 10.10, King's Sltton 18.70, Aynho 10.30, Samerton 10.55, and Heyford 10.45 a.sn.; tolReturn same Evening. For fare,, and retarn t? os... steespocial bill.,. ~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bordesley, 8.6; Solihull, 8.15; Kuowie, 8.25; VArwsck, 8.45; Lreamington, 8.55 Harburl, 9.7; Fonnytompton, q 0; tovprtdy, 9 30, Eabuiry, 9.40 Aynho, 9.55; Somcrtart, 102; ebd lletr-Ltd, 1010 a.m., for OXFORD; returv;ng the same day fretil Oxford at 5.0 p.i. 1Per Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am.; Bordeeley, 8.5; Solihull, 8.15: Xnowle, 8,25: WarwIvck, 8.45; lCemagton, 8.65, Bar'nurg, 9.7; Fenny Compton, 9.20; Orepreily, 8.30. Benbery, 9.40; Aynho, 9.55: Somorton, 10.2 and Hereford, 10.10 n.m., for OXFORD; retVUr g the same day from Oxford at 8 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DERS, for the CONSTUCTION of the follow- tag WORKt4,vz: 1.-A STATION and other Bulldings to be erected, atHfing's Button. urea- Aynho. 2.-A Pasienger STATION ad Building to be ereoted, at Taplow, near Meidenihead. 3.-A Peeaenuer STATION and Building, to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bordesley, 8.5; Solihull, 8.15 Knowlc. 8.25; Warwick, 8.45; Lensimnglon, 8.55; llfrmbura, 9.7- FennyCompton, 920; Cropreds-, 9.10: Banbary, .)40; King-aSutton. D.48; Aynho, 9.55; Somertou, 10.2; and Hefford, 10.10; and return the acme evening On SATURDAY, September 13, an EXCURSION TRAIN vill Subscribers-only content

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