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Returned: 70 results for Steeple Claydon in Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies | Showing results 1 - 10
 
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Miscellanea of Verney material, mainly sent from Sir Harry Verney to E.B. Basden

House 2. Vicarage Lane, Steeple Claydon 3. Public Library, Steeple Claydon 4. Botolph Claydon Library 5. Middle Claydon 6. North lodges, Claydon Park 7. Chaloner Hill, Steeple Claydon 8. Botolph Claydon 9. West Street, Steeple Claydon 10. View (Claydon?)
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Michaelmas, 1827

Norman had had charge of Noah at work when he was a boy and had ill-treated him] R. v George Cross, Steeple Claydon, Assault on Rev. Mr. Pigott, 15th July Witnesses: Rev. I.R. Pigott, minister of Steeple Claydon, George Grace, schoolmaster at Steeple Claydon,
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Easter Session, 1821

and 2 months in County Gaol. R. v Richard Smith, Steeple Claydon, Assaulting Benjamin Coxhill, a constable in execution of his office. Witnesses: Benjamin Coxhill, constable of Steeple Claydon. Amaziah Inwood, Steeple Claydon [female] Thomas Shirley of
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Estimate and Contract book belonging to Henry Ingram of Winslow (see note below). c.1891-1899; 1903-1904; 1919-1920

Steeple Claydon; Swanbourne Farm; Sion Hill Farm; Catherine Farm; Folly Farm Estate work was carried out on the Claydon and Addington estates. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Small accessions 901-1000] This volume apparently belonged to Henry Ingram of Winslow
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Michaelmas Sessions, 1833

Riotously assembling and making a riot, on 18 May. Witnesses: Jeremiah Sewell, overseer of Steeple Claydon. John Williams, constable of Steeple Claydon. George Harrop, glazier of Winslow. All guilty - 6 months hard labour.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, COUNTY
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Easter Session 1819

divided in opinion - case reserved for opinion of King's Bench. Staines v Wraysbury Witnesses: James Buckland - Pavey, Staines. John Armstrong, Mr. Pavey's partner, now lives at Reading. Order quashed. East Claydon v Steeple Claydon Witnesses: William
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Michaelmas Session, 1821

not by consent of 2 justices as directed by statute. Costs allowed to appellants. Steeple Claydon v Grendon Underwood Witnesses: John Holdom, pauper, born in Botolph Claydon - Roads, churchwarden of Steeple Claydon. Ann. Sawyer, sister to pauper. Joseph
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Epiphany, 1820

John Greaves Not guilty. *R. v William Ayres (labourer - "shaves" J. Harper), Steeple Claydon, William Bull, William Brown, Riot (on 20th Oct.) and assault on John Harper Witnesses: John Harper, Steeple Claydon (?innkeeper), John Smith, apprentice to Turner.
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Letter; Rev. E. Price to Dr. Lee (Steeple Claydon)

Informs Dr. Lee that it is Rev. Wright's intention to apply for the dissolution of the union of East and Steeple Claydon and to resign S.C., with effect of dispossessing Rev. E. Price. In confirmation of this he has himself had to show a Rev. Bagg over
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Fine (2 parts)

1 messuage, 3 barns, 3 stables, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 200a land, 100a meadow, 100a pasture and common pasture in Steeple Claydon, with tithes from 1200a land, 300a meadow, 300a pasture in Steeple Claydon. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Small accessions 101-
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