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Some notes of the history of the parish of Whitchurch, Oxon

by John Slatter

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Published by E. Stock in London .
Written in English


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StatementBy the Rev. John Slatter
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690.W58 S6
The Physical Object
Paginationviii p., 1 l., 150 p.
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24340303M

April THIS MONTH Cover Story Prayer Corner Vicar’s Letter Church Services Parish Registers Primary School Silk Mill Youth Project Town Council Whitchurch. In - WHITCHURCH (St. Alkmund), a market-town andparish, chiefly in the Whitchurch division of the hundred of North Bradford, N. division of Shropshire, but partly in the hundred of Nantwich, S. division of Cheshire. There are places of worship for Baptists, Independents, Wesleyans, and .

The 20th-century minute book of the Kelmscott parish meeting and the 19th-and 20th-century log books of Langford school were examined by kind permission of their custodians. Maps. The earliest reliable maps of the area are Rocque, Berks. Map (), Jefferys, Oxon. Map (), and (less accurate) Davis, Oxon. Map (). Whitchurch, a large village and a parish in Bucks. The village stands 5 miles N by W of Aylesbury, where there are stations on the G.W.R. and L. & N.W.R. It was once a market-town, and has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Aylesbury.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Engr. t.p In 2 pts., the second having engr. t.p.: History of Holywell paris. St. Mary’s, Whitchurch. The present Parish Church of St. Mary’s in Whitchurch is not as perhaps as ’, Birchgrove. In , a small body of Anglicans met for worship above a shop in The Rectorial Benefice of Whitchurch, Cardiff. On 7 January the Parish of Whitchurch ceased to exist and was replaced .


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20 History of the Parish of Whitchurch. It was worth fifteen pounds, now twenty pounds. Leuric and Alcuin, freemen, held it in the time of King Edward.'. The 3 34 History of the Parish of Whitchurch. above-named John Whistler was grandson to Ralph Whistler, who became possessed of the entirety of the manor of FuUescote (or Fowl's Court), Berks, by purchase from Lord Norreys of Rycott, inof one moiety thereof for 3^ History Blind stamps (Provenance) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Slatter, John, ?-Some notes of the history of the parish of Whitchurch, Oxon.

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WHITCHURCH, which had been held before the Conquest by Alwin, was held in by the Count of Meulan; it was assessed at 7 hides, (fn. 9) of which 1 hide was held of the count by a certain Walter.

(fn. 10) The overlordship came to the Earls of Warwick, of whom a knight's fee here was held in (fn. 11) and(fn. 12) and in the manor was held of George, Duke of Clarence, as of the Castle. "WHITCHURCH, a parish comprising the market town, of Whitchurch, the townships of Alkington, Great Ash, Little Ash, Black Park, Broughall, Chimnell, Dodington, Edgeby, Hinton, and Hollyhurst, and the chapelry of Tilstock, in the Whitchurch division of the hundred of BRADFORD (North), county of SALOP, and the township of Wirswall, in the hundred of NANTWICH, county palatine of CHESTER, 20 miles.

Whitchurch People. The settlement of Whitchurch has a rich history. Apart from an early Iron Age camp at Bozedown and assorted Roman finds in the area, it really begins with the Saxon Hwitcurke, a flint and rubble church, from which the village took its name.

After centuries of contention, a Charter of AD declared its sovereignty over land on both sides of the Thames. Whitchurch: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Whitchurch. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since but Royal Mail & Parcelforce delivery times are varying depending on location - some parcels arrive next day and others are taking up to 10 days, which we have no control over.

We will update. Historical description Whitchurch, a parish, with a village, partly in Berkshire, but chiefly in Oxfordshire, on the river Thames which divides the two portions of the parish near Pangbourne station on the G.W.R., and 6 miles WNW of Reading.

It has a post and money order office under Reading; telegraph office, Pangbourne. Whitchurch Mill; Whitchurch Lock; The Toll Bridge. Since there has been a toll bridge across the Thames, linking Whitchurch-on-Thames in Oxfordshire with Pangbourne in Berkshire.

The bridge that was built in was the third on the site and was Grade II listed. In the structure was completely rebuilt, while preserving its appearance. The Manor of Whitchurch - from Cardiff Records, Volume II, Chapter I NOTES ON THE MANORS OF THE CARDIFF DISTRICT.

(British History Online) From Kelly's South Wales Directory (ArchiveCDBooks) - transcribed by Gareth Hicks. The Free Public Library here was erected inat a cost of £, defrayed by the late Andrew Carnegie (d. ), the site being the gift of the. Some Notes of the History of the Parish of Whitchurch, Oxon by John Slatter liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 6 editions.

History of Whitchurch. Whitchurch lies on the A41/A49 Roman (Watling Street) Road and is signposted from many miles away. At his request his heart was brought back to Whitchurch and buried under the porch of the parish church (St Alkmund’s).

Ina descendant, another John Talbot, left £ to found a school in Whitchurch which would. Some notes of the history of the Parish of Whitchurch, Oxon South Oxfordshire District Council South Oxfordshire Official Map Book c South Oxfordshire guide Your South Oxfordshire heritage South Oxfordshire District guide South Stoke Historical Society South Stoke trades and traders Spencer-Harper, Angela Dipping into the Wells.

Stoke Row. Whitchurch’s Modern Artists Gallery has come out of lockdown and re-opened with an exhibition by a Scottish painter. The gallery can be visited by appointment – phone The gallery can be visited by appointment – phone   Title: Whitchurch of long ago; or, notes on the history of the parish and town, etc.

Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps, stamps Author: George Eyre Evans.

Some Account of the Antiquities of Hawkstone, in the County of Salop Some Account of the Shrewsbury House of Industry, Its Establishment and Regulations By I Wood Some notes of the history of the parish of Whitchurch, Oxon By Slatter, John Spring in a Shropshire abbey By Catherine Henrietta Milnes Gaskell Whitchurch is a town in Hampshire, is on the River Test, 13 miles (21 km) south of Newbury, Berkshire, 12 miles (19 km) north of Winchester, 8 miles (13 km) east of Andover and 12 miles (19 km) west of of the town is a Conservation e of the amount of wildlife in and near the River Test, its course and banks are designated as Site of Special Scientific.

Broom, Trevor. A History of Solva. Archaeology. Church and chapel, schools, all sorts of social info, people named, jobs, farms, movements of people etc Broom, Trevor. Notes for a History of One the 19th Century and Part Two Chapels and Churches in the Parish of Whitchurch.

Davies, E J. Solva, Half a Century of Change.Note The Register books of this parish are not only in very good condition, but afford a series of remarkable interest, owing to the number of allusions to local history, etc., which they contain.

The oldest volume consists of a book of 39 membranes of parchment, measuring 12 by 6 inches, and contains all entries from Whitchurch is a village and civil parish in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England.

The village is on the A road about 4 miles ( km) north of Aylesbury and miles (7 km) south of Winslow. The Census recorded a parish population of