Principal Bodleian manuscripts used

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Victoria County History

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Alan Crossley, C R J Currie (Editors), A P Baggs, Eleanor Chance, Christina Colvin, C J Day, Nesta Selwyn, S C Townley

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1996

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'Principal Bodleian manuscripts used', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 13: Bampton Hundred (Part One) (1996), pp. XVII-XVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=15909 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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SELECT LIST OF BODLEIAN LIBRARY MANUSCRIPTS USED IN THIS VOLUME

MS. Ch. Oxon. Oxfordshire charters
MS. d.d. Ch. Ch. Medieval deeds from the archives of Christ Church, Oxford
MS. d.d. Dew Deeds collected by G. J. Dew
MS. d.d. Fitt Papers of the Cary family
MS. d.d. Harcourt Papers of the Harcourt family, chiefly 16th-20th-century
MS. d.d. Shrewsbury Deeds relating to estates of the earls of Shrewsbury
MS. Dep.
d 72, 78 John Dunkin's collections for Oxfordshire, formerly Dunkin MSS.
MS. Don.
b 14, c 90-1, e 108 Oxfordshire church notes by James Hunt
MS. Dodsworth 143 Copies, 17th-century, of medieval deeds, including some of the Goldsborough family relating to Bampton
MS. Eng. th. e 49 Sermons 1718-29 by John Conybeare, later bishop of Bristol
MS. Rawl.
B 103 Miscellaneous papers, including Oxfordshire church notes
B 250 Miscellaneous papers, some relating to Northmoor inclosure, 1666
D 384 Papers probably belonging to Edmund Warcupp of Northmoor, mainly 17th-century
MS. Rolls Oxon. Miscellaneous Oxfordshire rolls
MS. Tanner 32, 115 Collections of letters and papers, 16th- and 17th-century
MS. Top. Gen.
a 11 Topographical drawings by R. C. Buckler
c 85 Collection of probate documents, 17th-19th-century
MS. Top. Oxon.
a 37 Oxfordshire prints and drawings, 18th- and 19th-century
a 64-9 Oxfordshire drawings 1797-1830 by J. C. Buckler
b 21 Court rolls, some of Northmoor and Hardwick, 16th-century
b 75 Historical notes and papers relating to Oxfordshire, probably collected by D. T. Powell and C. F. Wyatt
b 78 Collections for Ducklington, Hardwick, and Cokethorpe by the Revd. W. D. Macray
b 89-91 Drawings of Oxford and neighbourhood, mainly 19th-century
b 169 Legal papers, mainly abstracts of title, some relating to Oxfordshire
b 220 Monumental inscriptions and drawings of Oxfordshire buildings, early 19th-century
b 256 Notes and drawings of Oxfordshire buildings, 19th-century
b 265 Transcripts and papers, some relating to Northmoor inclosure 1666-73
c 55, 60 Oxfordshire collections of W. H. Turner
c 103-5 Papers relating to church restorations, mainly 1860-70
c 118 Notes and transcripts by Thomas Napkyn, curate of Standlake, early 17th-century
c 224 Oxfordshire legal papers 1573-1738
c 290 Miscellaneous Oxfordshire papers 1753-1875
c 378 Historical notes and a diary by Thomas Wyatt (d. 1652), rector of Ducklington
c 484-99 Photographs of Oxfordshire listed buildings from 1956
c 532 Drawings, 19th-century, including some of Oxfordshire buildings by J. C. Buckler
MS. Top. Oxon. (cont.)
c 552 Photographs of Oxfordshire by H. Minn
c 768 Surveys and photographs of Standlake houses by Standlake Local History Society, 1970s
c 852 Photographs of Oxfordshire churches c. 1880
d 42 Papers relating to church building and restoration in Oxfordshire 1875-93
d 46 Collection of legal papers and letters, mainly 17th-century
d 89 Papers concerning a portrait of the Revd. W. D. Macray presented to the Bodleian Library
d 190-2 Oxfordshire collections, chiefly on folklore, by Percy Manning
d 218, 271 Historical collections and sketches by W. Langford of parishes in the Witney area
d 602 A. Davidson, 'Roman Catholicism in Oxfordshire' (Bristol Univ. Ph.D. thesis, 1970)
e 632-3 Notebooks of the Holloway family of Bampton, 19th-century
MS. Twyne 4 Extracts from Oxford city archives by Brian Twyne
MS. Willis
52(a) Collection of notes of early wills made for Browne Willis
62 Miscellaneous ecclesiastical papers in the hand of Browne Willis