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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bampton and Weald Other estates

    Bampton and Weald Other estates OTHER ESTATES. Land and a fishery in Weald granted to Osney abbey c . 1170 descended with the abbey's estate in Lew , and are treated below. 15 The Hospitallers held an estate in

    Bampton and Weald Economic history

    Bampton and Weald Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. AGRICULTURE. In the mid 10th century Bampton formed part of a large unitary estate which cut across later field and township boundaries, 38 but by the 14th century and probably much earlier

    Witney borough Roman catholicism

    Witney borough Roman catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM Despite hints of religious conservatism in the mid 16th century, there is no evidence of a strong recusant tradition in the town either then or later. 1 In 1549 Oxfordshire gentry met at

    Bampton and Weald Nonconformity

    Bampton and Weald Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. Some vicars in the mid 16th century were associated with the recusant Mores of Lower Haddon , 6 but no recusants were noted in Bampton in the earlier 17th century, only two or three

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle MANORS AND CASTLE Until the late Anglo-Saxon period the royal manor of BAMPTON included all the ancient parish and much land outside it. 39 From the 10th century or earlier it was diminished

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, October 1534, 6-10, 06 October 1534-10 October 1534

    Henry VIII October 1534, 6 10 October 1534, 6 10 6 Oct. 1230 . The Marquis of Exeter. See Grants in October, No. 2. 6 Oct. 1231 . The Canons Resident of Sarum to Cromwell. R. O. We hear

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 7 June 1832, 07 June 1832-07 June 1832

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64 7 June 1832 Die Jovis, 7° Junii 1832. DOMINI tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes fuerunt: Dux Sussex. Archiep. Cantuar . Ds. Brougham & Vaux , Cancellarius. Epus. Lich. et Cov . Epus. Hereford

    Henry VIII, May 1536, 1-10, 01 May 1536-10 May 1536

    Henry VIII May 1536, 1-10 May 1536, 1-10 1 May. R. O. 778 . John Salysbury to Cromwell. After the death of my brother Sir Roger Salisbury, late steward of Denbighland, the offices of stewardship with fee of 40

    Index, H, I

    Index H, I H. Habrahym. See Ibrahim. Hacche , Mr., of Wollegh, 1020. See also Hatche. Hacheman , Roger, g. 597 (45). Hack , Boy de, 969. Hackforth (Hacforde), Yorks, 1257 xii. Hackney (Hakney), 150. Hadlee , Mr., 1264.

    Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    Index H, I, J, K H. Haarlem , Holland, g. 291 (58). Habbrayn Bassa . See Ibrahim Pacha. Habram , Agnes, 496. Haccombe , Exeter dioc., rectory of, g. 149 (25). Hacket (Hacquett), John, late ambassador in Flanders, 45,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORCESTERSHIRE AGRICULTURAL BOOIETY. MALVEKN MEETING. There was a considerable infux of visitors to the show- yard yesterday, the centre of interest being the coarpati- tion for the jumping prizes in the various hunting classes. 'The show of horses is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EUNTING APPOINTMENTS. LWEATHE1R PxRmITrING.] THZ WA IOoSBH1lE H1OUNDM, at a quart to Einen.-This day, Dec. 8, at Burton Toll Gate: Saturday,Dec, 9, at Aleester; IM onday Dec. l1, at Lomley Village; Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Idt-, ford Bridge: Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E1UNTUfMG APPOINTME1YM ATmsnsroirn.-This (4Y, Jzauuar ED, 2Nowanbema Matnxda, S0 Black Swran, at 11. AiuIGUrT'oN.--S6tUrdAy, Jtuarvy S0, The Plough Inn, WetO1 Heath: Monday, Fibruary 1, at Apley; Tucsday. 2, yLnvlllo) Thursday. 4, Church raton; Saturday, 0, Hilton Parl, at IL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLI I ELTILAM METING.-- PROGRAMME FOR THIS Sr Thei MILrTnRY AND NAVAL I soo 1fuu 1 IRt ,ii iove eaich, with go added, for homses the property o, I edc- rddeon by, officers;' winner Of Any hurdle race Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CARMAPRTHEN HUNT MEETING. PROGRA KME FOR TII3S DAY. A H~ibnoAP HunRDLE RAcE of 5 sovy each, with 40 added winners after January 27 71b, of the Handicap Hurdle Race 101b extra. Two miles, over eight hurdles. age at lb Subscribers-only content

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