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Shipton under Whichwood, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Shipton under Whichwood 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

Shipton-under-whichwood is a large parish in the hundred of Chadlington, 4 miles N.N.E. of Burford, and includes the chapelries of Lea Field, Ramsden, and Milton, with the hamlets of Langley and Lyneham. The West Midland Bailway passes through the parish, and has a station 1 mile N.N.E. of the village of Shipton. The church is an ancient edifice, dedicated to St. Mary. The living is a vicarage, value 350, in the gift of the professor of civil law in the University of Oxford; the Rev. William Edward Dickson Carter, M.A., is incumbent. There is a national school. The charities amount to about 40 per annum, principally derived from two amounts bequeathed in 1804 by Lady Reade, of 500 and 300 Old South Sea annuities, the proceeds of which are given to the poor. Shipton Court, the seat of Sir John Reade, Bart., is a fine building, in the Elizabethan style of architecture. The population of the entire parish, in 1861 was 2708. The village of Shipton only, contained 655 persons.
Milton is a township in this parish, in two parts, called Upper and Lower Milton, situate 1 mile W. of Shipton. A handsome church, in the decorated style, dedicated to St. Simon and St. Jude, was built in 1854, by J. H. Langstone, Esq., M.P., who is lord of the manor. A large school, with residence, has since been added. The village is well supplied with water, brought two years ago, by public subscription, the distance of a mile. The population in 1861 was 895. There are chapels for the Baptists and Primitive Methodists.
Lyneham is a hamlet in this parish, l 1/2 mile N. of Shipton. A new school, licensed for Divine worship, has lately been built by J. H. Langstone, Esq., M.p., in which service is held on Sunday evenings; the curate of Milton attends. The population is 237 souls.
Laxgley is a very small hamlet, situate 4 miles N.E. of Burford, on the north side of Whichwood Forest. The population is 53.

Shipton under Whichwood.

Carter Rev Wm Edwd. Dickson, M.A., vicarage
Kimber Mr Jabez William
Plumbe Joseph, esq
Reade Sir John Cboudos, bart., Shipton court
Upstone Mr Philip
Willis Mr John

Baggs James, painter and glazier
Baker William, farmer
Bayliss Emma (Mrs), Red Horse Inn
Bayliss Robert, tailor
Bould William, farmer
Brookes Thomas, farmer
Burch William, schoolmaster
Castle Mary (Mrs), shopkeeper
Coombes Ann (Miss), dressmaker
Coombes Charles, carpenter
Coombes Daniel, Crown Inn and Posting House
Coombes John, carpenter
Coombes Harriet (Mrs), postmistress
Coombes Philip, carpenter
Coombes William, carpenter
Coombes Wm., jun., carpenter
Cross Arthur, shoemaker
Curtis George, blacksmith
Dee Thomas, draper and grocer
Ellis Thomas, baker
Franklin Robert, farmer and beer retailer
Gibbard Daniel, blacksmith
Gibbs Edward, gardener
Harris Robert, shopkeeper
Hawentt William, miller
Kimber Jabez William, farmer
Maddox John Fowler, farmer
Maddox Thomas, farmer
Shaw William, tailor
Simms Amelia (Mrs), shopkeeper
Simms Richard, butcher, shopkeeper, and farmer
Skidmore Henry, stonemason
Smith John, farmer
Smith Stephen, butcher
Spencer Robt., farmer & maltster
Wainwright Wm., station master
Willis James, saddler

Letters through Chipping Norton

Carrier - Walker's cart, to Chipping Norton, wed., returning same day

Baker Mrs
Brookes Mrs
Cherry Mr William
Gorton Rev George (Baptist)
Lock Mr William
Maddox Mr John
Peartree Mrs
Silman Mrs
Stockdale Rev William, B.A.
Steel Mr Joseph

Burson William, shoemaker
Butler John, blacksmith
Cattle John, carrier and grocer
Clifford Samuel, corn factor
Cowling John, carpenter
Ellis James, grocer, baker, and corn dealer
Ellis James, postmaster
Ellis Richard, baker
Foden John, farmer
Gardner Anthony, farmer
Gilbert Richard, farmer
Gorton Robert, draper St grocer
Groves Alfred, stonemason
Groves Edwin, tailor
Groves Matthew, carpenter and wheelwright
Groves T. (Mrs), stonemason
Grovis Philip, Butchers Arms
Herbert Philip, Coach & Horses, and farrier
Mace William, farmer
Morris Henry Harvey, farmer
Potter Thos., draper and grocer
Rawlings Ed., slater & plasterer
Rawlings Wm., slater & plasterer
Silman William, stonemason
Silman Mrs, schoolmistress
Smith Edwin, grocer
Stokes Robert, farmer, Frog lane
Upton James, shoemaker
Walker Joseph, carrier

Letters through Chipping Norton

Alden Joseph, blacksmith
Craddock Robert, farmer
Edgingion Henry, farmer
Phipps David, shopkeeper
Pratt Edward, farmer
Pratt James, carpenter

Letters through Chipping Norton


Buckle William T., farmer
Bunting John, farmer
Reynolds Stephen, miller and farmer, Ascot mill
Putt, Stephen, farmer

Letters through Witney

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