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    Parishes Beckley Ancient Parish of Beckley

    Parishes Beckley BECKLEY The ancient parish of Beckley used to reach at its southern end to within four miles of Oxford , and stretched beyond the hamlet of Whitecross Green in the north and included the hamlet of Studley Victoria County History

    Parishes Middleton Stoney

    Parishes Middleton Stoney MIDDLETON STONEY Middleton Stoney is a parish of 1,853 acres, bounded on the west by the Aves Ditch , 1 and on the east by the Gagle Brook , a tributary of the River Ray . Victoria County History

    Parishes Forest Hill

    Parishes Forest Hill FOREST HILL The modern civil parish of Forest Hill with Shotover (2,127a.) 1 was formed in 1881 when the ancient parish of Forest Hill was linked with Shotover, formerly extra-parochial. 2 The boundaries of Forest Hill Victoria County History

    Romano-British remains Roads

    Romano-British remains Roads B . Roads Two metalled highways traversed Oxfordshire during the Roman period. The first is the well-known Akeman Street, which crossed the northern part of the county in its course from London and St. Albans to Victoria County History

    WELSBORNE, John (by 1498-1548), of Fulwell, Oxon. and London.

    WELSBORNE, John (by 1498-1548), of Fulwell, Oxon. and London. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 1539 Ofifces Held Groom, the privy chamber June 1519, page in May 1520, gent. June 1530-d.; esquire of the body July 1528; receiver, duchy of Lancaster, honor History of Parliament

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 275, June 1600, 01 June 1600-30 June 1600

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 275 June 1600 June 1600 June 1. Foxcot. 1. Wm. Herbert to Thos. Harvey, clerk of the Star Chamber. I thank you for your advice about interrogatories. I will justify the rest of the bill Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 281, August 1601, 01 August 1601-31 August 1601

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 281 August 1601 August 1601. Aug. 13. Dieppe. 39. T[homas ] D[ouglas ] to Secretary Cecil. I am departing and shall not write again until I have ended my journey. I learn that all French Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS'.1 -I-I I The Prirc3 of Wales and Princ3 Alfred skated on B 'the icc in the Hrome Park, Wt.indsor, on Satuidsey. The personalty of the late Bishop Pepys, of Wor- cester, hse been sworn under £50,000. IMIessrs. Elack, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. a Nov. 21, It Nortlicourt, Aliclgdocc, the wife of George c Saxby, of a dcgiteor. F Nov. 24, at Addingto, the wife of M1r. Edwcirds,of a son. Nov. 25, at Market-square, Winslow, the wife of Mr. W anDies Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CORRESPONDENCE. IKit NOTES AND QUERIES. o _____whi den RC)MAN OXFORD, aui To Mle EDITOR4 of the OXFORD JOURNAL. lb Sra,-I think there will not be any question, that on the ap attempt of the conquest of Britain by tho Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IOXFORDSIHIRE QUARTER I ... SESSIONS. . The Michoelmas Quarter Sessions for Oxfordshire took t place at the County Hall on Tuesday, before the Chairman 3 (Mr. C. B. Thornhill). There were also on the Bench Sir a W.illiam Markby, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. Jan. 16, at Banbury, the wife of the Rev. P. P. e Goldiugham, of a son. d Jan. 19, at the Macer Farn, Thrupp, Oxferd, the wife a of Thomas Blakioman Eagle, of a daughter. Jan. 20, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. Aug. 10th, at Castle Hedingham, the wife of Charles Brog- den Sperling, Esq., of a daughter. Aug. 12th, at Newton Hall, in this county, Lady Henniker, of a son. Aug. 13th, at Ipswich, the wife of the Rev. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BERTHS. Aug. 11 tb, at the Grammar School, Needham Market, the wife of the Kev. James Brown, of a son. Aug. 13th, at Kensington Palace Gardens, Lady Peto, of a son. ! Aug. 16th, at Ipswich, the wife of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HIGH WATER AT LONDON-BRIDGE THIS DAY. Morning S-l > I Afternoon 3-55 BIRTHS. Batcl-ELO?..- On the 15th inst., at 1, St. Marys- road, Pcckham Mrs. Henry Batchelor, of a son. BRiDaK.- On the Bth inst., at 3, Willow-bridge-road, Canonbury, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Qf&CB *■•<* CO., 7C to 80, St. Paul.-churchyard. g\ o:n.i"i:NTAitY mourning. JL3IES SPENCE and CO. r.-s-p-cifiilly beg to caU a; • i.ti n to their Lni(rc- and Varied >.c_ef fi'MI'LIMLNTARV MOl RNINO in COSTUMES "* MANTLE.*:. JACKETS. CLOAKS, _c. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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