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Victoria County History

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Alan Crossley (editor), Christina Colvin, Janet Cooper, N. H. Cooper, P. D. A. Harvey, Marjory Hollings, Judith Hook, Mary Jessup, Mary D. Lobel, J. F. A. Mason, B. S. Trinder, Hilary Turner

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1972

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'List of abbreviations', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 10: Banbury hundred (1972), pp. XXI-XXIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63786 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Manuscript Sources
Albright House MSS.Papers, mainly of the Albright and Spendlove families, in the possession of Miss M. Hollings, Albright House, Charlbury
Banbury Borough Recs.Banbury borough records preserved in the Municipal Offices, Marlborough Road, Banbury
Banbury Cong. Recs.Records of the Banbury Congregational Church, preserved in South Bar Congregational Church, Banbury
Banbury Meth. Recs.Records of the Methodist Church in Banbury, preserved at 44 South Bar, Banbury
B.N.C. Mun.Muniments of Brasenose College, Oxford
Cal. Corpn. Accts.Calendar by E. R. C. Brinkworth of miscellaneous corporation accounts &c. formerly among the Banbury borough records. The original volumes have not been traced; the calendar, in three MS. volumes, is in the possession of Dr. E. R. C. Brinkworth of Banbury. A copy is in the Bodleian Library.
Ch. Ch. Arch.Archives of Christ Church, Oxford
Ch. Com. MSS.Records of the Church Commissioners
Compton CensusWilliam Salt Library, Stafford, MS. 33: census (1676) of papists and other dissenters in the province of Canterbury.
Dunkin MSS.Collections of John Dunkin (London Guildhall MSS. temporarily deposited in the Bodleian Library)
Linc. Reg.Lincoln Diocesan Record Office, episcopal registers
Loveday MSS.Records of the Loveday family at Williamscot House, Cropredy; acquired by the Bodleian Library in 1971
MS. Oxf. Archd. Oxon.Bodleian Library, Oxfordshire Archdeaconry Papers
MS. Oxf. Dioc.Bodleian Library, Oxford Diocesan Papers
Oldfield, 'Clerus Oxf. Dioc.'Bodleian Library, MS. index to clergy by W. J. Oldfield, 'Clerus Diocesis Oxoniensis, 1542–1908'
O.R.O.Oxfordshire County Record Office, Oxford
Par. Rec.Parish records preserved locally
S. & F. colln.Records of Messrs. Stockton Sons and Fortescue, in O.R.O.; the collection was uncatalogued when part of the present volume was written
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Besse, SufferingsJoseph Besse, A Collection of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers, from 1650 to 1689(2 vols. London, 1753)
Bryant, Oxon. MapA. Bryant, Map of the County of Oxford … in the year 1823
Calamy RevisedA. G. Mathews, Calamy Revised (Oxford, 1934)
Chant. Cert.The Chantry Certificates and the Edwardian Inventories of Church Goods, ed. Rose Graham (O.R.S. i, 1919)
Ch. Bells Oxon.F. Sharpe, The Church Bells of Oxfordshire (O.R.S. xxviii, xxx, xxxii, xxxiv, 1949–53)
Ch. Ch. Arch.Cartulary of the Medieval Archives of Christ Church, ed. N. DenholmYoung (O.H.S. xcii, 1931)
Coll. Top. & Gen.Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica (London, 1834)
Davis, Oxon. MapR. Davis, Map of the County of Oxford (1797)
Deserted Villages of Oxon.K. J. Allison, M. W. Beresford, J. C. Hurst, Deserted Villages of Oxfordshire (Leicester University, Department of English Local History, Occasional Papers 17)
Dom. of Incl., ed. LeadamThe Domesday of Inclosures, 1517–18, ed. I. S. Leadam (2 vols. London, 1897)
Educ. Enquiry AbstractEducation Enquiry Abstract, H.C. 62 (1835), xlii
Educ. of Poor DigestDigest of Returns to the Select Committee on the Education of the Poor, H.C. 224 (1819), ix (B)
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Evans, Ch. PlateJ. T. Evans, The Church Plate of Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1928)
Eynsham Cart.The Eynsham Cartulary, ed. H. E. Salter (O.H.S. xlix, li, 1906–8)
Farrer, HonorsW. Farrer, Honors and Knights' Fees (3 vols. London, 1923–5)
Fines Oxon.The Feet of Fines for Oxfordshire, 1195–1291, ed. H. E. Salter (O.R.S. xii, 1930)
Foster, AlumniJ. Foster, Alumni Oxoniensis, 1500–1886 (8 vols. Oxford, 1887–92)
Godstow Eng. Reg.The English Register of Godstow Nunnery, ed. A. Clark (E.E.T.S. orig. ser. 129, 130, 142, 1905–11)
Hearne, RemarksRemarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne, ed. C. E. Doble and others (11 vols. O.H.S. ii &c., 1884–1918)
Hearth Tax Oxon.Hearth Tax Returns for Oxfordshire, 1665, ed. Maureen Weinstock (O.R.S. xxi, 1940)
Herbert, Shoemaker's WindowG. Herbert, Shoemaker's Window: Recollections of a Midland Town before the Railway Age, ed. C. S. Cheney (Oxford, 1948)
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Linc. Dioc. Docs.Lincoln Diocese Documents, 1450–1544, ed. A. Clark (E.E.T.S. orig. ser. 149, 1914)
L.R.S.Lincoln Record Society
Lunt, Val. Norw.The Valuation of Norwich, ed. W. E. Lunt (Oxford, 1926)
Macnamara, Danvers FamilyF. N. Macnamara, Memorials of the Danvers Family (London, 1895)
Misc. Gen. et Her.Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, ed. J. J. Howard, W. B. Bannerman (London, 1868–1938)
O.A.S. Rep., Trans.Reports and Transactions of the North Oxfordshire Archaeological Society, 1853–86, and of the Oxfordshire Archaeological Society, 1887–1949
O.H.S.Oxford Historical Society
Orr, Oxon. Agric.J. Orr, Agriculture in Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1916)
O.R.S.Oxfordshire Record Society
Oseney Cart.The Cartulary of the Abbey of Oseney, ed. H. E. Salter (O.H.S. lxxxix–xci, xcvii, xcviii, ci, 1929–36)
Oxf. Jnl.Jackson's Oxford Journal
Oxon. ClockmakersC. F. C. Beeson, Clockmaking in Oxfordshire, 1400–1850 (Banbury Historical Society, 1962)
Oxon. PeculiarsThe Churchwardens' Presentments in the Oxfordshire Peculiars of Dorchester, Thame, and Banbury, ed. S. A. Peyton (O.R.S. x, 1928)
Oxon. Visit.The Visitation of the County of Oxfordshire taken in the years 1566, 1574, and 1634, ed. W. H. Turner (Harl. Soc. v, 1871)
Par. Colln.Parochial Collections made by Anthony Wood and Richard Rawlinson, ed. F. N. Davis (O.R.S. ii, iv, xi, 1920–9)
Parker, Eccl. Top.J. H. Parker, Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England: Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1850)
Plot, Nat. Hist. Oxon.R. Plot, The Natural History of Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1677)
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Poor Abstract (1804)Abstract of Returns Relative to the Expense and Maintenance of the Poor, H.C. 175 (1804), i
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Protestation Ret.Oxfordshire Protestation Returns, 1641–2, ed. C. S. A. Dobson (O.R.S. xxxvi, 1955)
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12th Rep. Com. Char.12th Report of the Commissioners for Charities, H.C. 348 (1825), x
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Rot. Grosse.Rotuli Roberti Grosseteste, 1235–53, ed. F. N. Davis (Canterbury and York Society x, 1913, and L.R.S. xi, 1914)
Rot. WellesRotuli Hugonis de Welles, 1209–35, ed. W. P. W. Phillimore (Canterbury and York Society i, ii, iv, 1905–8, and L.R.S. iii, vi, ix, 1912–14)
Royce, CropredyD. Royce, 'Historical notices of the Parish of Cropredy', O.A.S. Trans. 1879
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Sandford Cart.The Sandford Cartulary, ed. Agnes M. Leys (O.R.S. xix, xxii, 1938–41)
Secker's Visit.Articles of Enquiry Addressed to the Clergy of the Diocese of Oxford at the Primary Visitation of Dr. Thomas Secker, 1738, ed. H. A. Lloyd Jukes (O.R.S. xxxviii, 1957)
Subsidy 1526A Subsidy Collected in the Diocese of Lincoln in 1526, ed. H. E. Salter (O.H.S. lxiii, 1905)
Thame Cart.The Thame Cartulary, ed. H. E. Salter (O.R.S. xxv, xxvi, 1947–8)
Top. & Gen.The Topographer and Genealogist, ed. J. G. Nichols (3 vols. London, 1846–58)
Walker RevisedA. G. Matthews, Walker Revised (Oxford, 1948)
Wilb. Visit.Bishop Wilberforce's Visitation Returns for the Archdeaconry of Oxford, 1854, ed. E. P. Baker (O.R.S. xxxv, 1954)
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