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

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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.

    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

    Parishes Faxton Balliol. Gules a voided scutcheon argent . Welles. Or a lion sable with a forked tail . Nicolls. Sable three broad-arrow heads or .

    the manors of Heyford, Faxton , and half o f Newbold on his wife Mary and on Anthony Morgan of Aynho , his brother and heir apparent, upon the occasion of the marriage of Anthony Morgan of Llanfihangel alias Michael's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARTWRIGHT, Thomas (1671-1748), of Aynho, Northants.

    CARTWRIGHT, Thomas (1671-1748), of Aynho, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1695 1698 Northamptonshire 1701 10 Mar. 1748 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1693-4, Oxon. 1699-1700. Biography Thomas Cartwright was the grandson of a Roundhead lawyer, whose father bought Aynho 1615-16. Himself a

    CARTWRIGHT, Thomas (1671-1748), of Aynho Park, Northants.

    Thomas (1671-1748), of Aynho Park, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1695 1698 Northamptonshire Dec. 1701 10 Mar. 1748 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1693–4, Oxon. 1699–1700. Biography Thomas Cartwright’s great-grandfather originated from Cheshire and purchased the manor of Aynho in 1616 from

    LOVE, William (c.1620-89), of St. Mary Axe, London.

    in New England 1661; commr. for trade 1668-72. Biography Love came from a minor gentry family which acquired property in Aynho in Elizabeth’s reign. He spent many years of his early life in the Mediterranean, returning with ‘a very great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    isused to CIX1ORD, frono LEAiMfINOTON at 55 a.im.,, Soutbain Rod 1i.90 Fenny Compton 10.15, Cropodykli0.2 Banhury 10.38, King's osatton 10.46, Aynho 10.52, Somerton 10.5S, amd Sleyfori 11.5 a~m. I xuso ri o OU TURessoDAY, May 20, a Cheap Day Excursion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year at St. Ives, Huntingdonshire. It originated in s bequest of the Rev. Dr. Wilde, who held. the living of Aynho, in Northamptonshire, and wasx ejected for Nonconformity in 166Z He ade his wiIlins 1675, leaving the sum of £50. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young Man, as " first in Shop and Slaughter-house, or single-hauded; three years'good reference: distance no object; disengagsd.-Apply, F. Boston, Aynho, Banbury. c5648 CiAjEPENTElt Wishesto go as anImprover; three years' experi tJ ense.-Hf., 3, Stay Poles Farm, Shirley. 69+92 C Subscribers-only content

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