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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Tew Little Tew , 1742

    Parishes Little TewLITTLE TEW Little Tew lies 5 miles (8 km.) east of Chipping Norton and 9 miles (141/2 km.) south-west of Banbury . A township in the parish of Great Tew , Little Tew was taxed separately in

    Parishes Great Tew Great Tew (c.late 18th century) Great Tew , 1774

    Parishes Great Tew GREAT TEW Great Tew, a large parish of 3,007 a. (1,217 ha.) lies 16 miles (26 km.) north-west of Oxford and 8 miles (13 km.) south-west of Banbury on the edge of the north Oxfordshire uplands.

    List of maps and plans

    List of maps and plans LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS Thanks are rendered to the President and Fellows of Magdalen College , Oxford , and National Westminster Bank Ltd. for permission to reproduce maps in their possession, and to

    Wootton hundred Wootton hundred c. 1845

    Wootton hundred WOOTTON HUNDRED Wootton hundred covered some 70,000 acres of central Oxfordshire , bounded on the east by the river Cherwell, on the north by its tributary the Swere, and on much of the south by the rivers

    Parishes Heythrop

    Parishes Heythrop HEYTHROP Heythrop, a parish of 1,763 a. (713.5 ha.), comprises the townships of Heythrop and Dunthrop . Although united early for ecclesiastical purposes and later for civil purposes, the townships lay in separate hundreds. The stream dividing

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc., April 1696, 15 April 1696-15 April 1696

    Minute Book April 1696 April 1696 1696. April 15. Royal warrant, dated Kensington, to the Attorney or Solicitor General for a great seal for a grant, release and confirmation to Rebecca, Viscountess Falkland, relict of Anthony Cary late Visct.

    Book 3, 1691

    Book 3 1691 1691 Sexto die Januarij Anno Domi 1690 Richard Prince Sonne of William Prince of Sniton in the County of Salop Husbandman bound to John Berry for Seaven Yeares. George Wilson Sonne of Edward Wilson late Citizen

    Index, S, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Index S S Sabbe , John, 806. Sabriggeworth . See Sawbridgeworth. Sabryghtsworth . See Sawbridgeworth. Sacheverell , Sir Hen., 1029 (8): p. 558: g. 282 (4), 613 (27). -, -, letter from, 1029 (8). -, Robt., 553 iii.: p.

    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Index S S. , F., a German captain, ii. 877. Sables. See Furs. Sacheverell (Shackeverell) , Sir Henry, i. g. 622 (p. 316), 623 (pp. 321, 325). Sackeson. See Saxony. Sackville (Sackfeld) , Chr., ii. App. 2 (2 vi.).

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOUKYN (HOWKYN), Thomas (d.1407), of Oxford.

    HOUKYN (HOWKYN), Thomas (d.1407), of Oxford. Constituency Dates Oxford 1386 Ofifces Held Coroner of the hundred without the north gate of Oxford bef. 1377-aft. Jan. 1395, Oxon. ?Nov. 1398-July 1404. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Oxford 1384. Ofifces Held Bailiff,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. StMargaret's, near Richmond, built by Cubitt, from the designs of Mr Vullamy, for the Earl of Kilmorey, and the park of seventy-five acres attached to it, have been purchased for the Conservative Land Society. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I.VESEIABI AN4D REDDITCH RAILWAY-Y (Powers to make Railways from the Evogiham and Radditolt Railway to the 1. cot and Weot Jonotlen Railway and to tho Great Western Railway at St05tford-on.Avoll-ltminll Powere over a Portion of thre Great Wetern RailwaY-FacilftY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PubUit;f jotr4 EVESECAU AND REDDIrOH RAIL-WAY. r~owel e to seAko Rail1ways from the liveahan, aird Roeddulci RaJitwa to tho Itast and WesBt J111ction IRailway and to the Groat Wosotrl Raliloo at Stratford-on-Avon--Rtnning rowers over a Portion 0! the Greet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. ENGAGEUENT OF THE IRISH COMEDIAN. MR. SHIEL BARRY. Every Evening, with New Scenery and Effects, by Mr. Tom Thomp- Lon, Dion Boucirault'e Great Drsnsa, "T 11 E ClOLLEEN BAWN.: To conclude with the Magnifirent Pantomime, "B Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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