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You searched for: Place: "Bagley Wood" "Bagley Wood", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bagley Wood

    Bagley Wood BAGLEY WOOD Bacganleah (x cent.); Baggalea (xii cent.). The tract of land called Bagley Wood , which was extra-parochial in 1831 , was in 1900 made part of the parish of Radley , to which it seems to

    Hormer hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundred Of Hormer

    Hormer hundred Introduction THE HUNDRED OF HORMER Containing The Farishes Of Bagley Wood (extra-parochial); Bessels Leigh ; Cumnor ; North Hinksey; South Hinksey ; Radley ; St. Helen's ; Seacourt; Sunningwell ; Wytham ; The Borough Of Abingdon ;

    Parishes Radley

    Parishes Radley RADLEY Radelea, Radclege (xii cent.). The parish of Radley included in 1831 the 'liberty' of Thrupp and Wick and part of the township of Kennington , and covered altogether 3,550 acres. Kennington was made into a separate

    Parishes Cumnor

    Parishes Cumnor CUMNOR Colmanora (vii cent.); Comenore (xi cent.). The parish of Cumnor has an area of 7,453 acres, including the modern parish of Wootton , which in 1831 was entered as a chapelry under Cumnor . The parish

    St John's College ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE

    St John's College ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE History St. John's College was founded in 1557 by Sir Thomas White , a leading member of the Merchant Taylors' Company, who had been Lord Mayor for the year ending Nov. 1554 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TrHE POLITICAL EXAMINER. j si night give ashnrt hint en an impartial writer, it whould he tn tell hImo I1i' fate. If he resolves tn venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling 0obiassed truth, let him proclaim war with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SUDDEN DEATH OF THE RECORDER I OF BIRMINGLA|M. The inquest on the body of Dfr. A. R. Adams, Q.C., Recorder of Birmingham, who died suddenly whilst out shooting with two friends in Bagley Wood, on Thursday afternoon. took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * HOUSES AMh LMTD TO LET (contdi) (Pola Do DtT et, Hos.wt table, K L chla orchar, anddtwo fods of land, with goo sh-d dinx-Apply. George Artwd.on the prenuses. c6& -12ISGWOO.-T le, n.'ersnnedandseven-roomed Honrs fl~ent £20. ansI £2&-W,11ia555, Builder. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOLTINAL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1893. LOc'L WEATMI FORECAST. -NOrt1erCij Or , ewterly breezes, light; fair, rath-er WA .ad haV or Jaggy at irdt. Ladv KAERLNE CECILIA RACER, NomTEcoR, oi aged fourteen, the youngest daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NEWS. - e,-- LEEDS, &c. PI1IVATr BILLS POat NEXT SmesicN.-The number oi bills deposited in the privotA bill office for consideration.' during tho ensuing session is 253, being 37 more than were si deposited last year, when 216 Subscribers-only content

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