Hinton Waldrist through the centuries

by Jasmine S. Howse

Publisher: The author in Farringdon

Written in English
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Statementby Jasmine S. Howse. Part 2.
The Physical Object
Pagination(5),79-166,(1),xi-xlii p.,13plates(2fold) :
Number of Pages166
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Open LibraryOL20063154M
ISBN 100901320013

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Hinton Waldrist Through the Centuries: Pt. 1&2 by Jasmine Susan Howse,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Hinton Waldrist is a village and civil parish in the Vale of White Horse, was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to village is between Oxford and Faringdon, 9 miles (14 km) southwest of parish includes the hamlet of Census recorded the parish's population as Country: England.

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Hinton [Waldrist] was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Gainfield and the county of Berkshire. It had a recorded population of 32 households inputting it in the largest 40% of settlements recorded in Domesday, and is listed under 2 owners in Domesday Book.

Mediaeval Times Hinton is an Anglo-Saxon village name meaning “high settlement”. It’s recorded in the Domesday Survey of as “Hentone”, the lord of the manor being Odo of Winchester.

Early in the 12th Century, ownership of the manor was granted by Henry I to Guy de St Valery. The manor remained in the St View page». Berkshire Family History Society works to meet the needs of those researching their ancestry across the UK and overseas – as well as those looking for former relatives in historic Berkshire.

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You can book a test by calling or by registering online via Oxfordshire County Council: Bus gates, school streets, 20mph zones and more space for cyclists on the agenda as county plans long-term transformation. Media in category "St Margaret the Virgin Church, Hinton Waldrist" The following 22 files are in this category, out of 22 total.

CWGC gravestone at St Margaret's Church, Hinton Waldrist, × ; 96 KB. Within 36 hours, a number of people had correctly identified the church as St Margaret’s in Hinton Waldrist, and the mystery was solved.

The power of the Web. Brian May wrote about his discovery in Stereo World magazine in He made a number of visits to Hinton to research a book he was writing about the Scenes in Our Village photographs. Hinton Helpers – Coronavirus (Covid) 21 Mar ; HINTON WALDRIST WORLD WAR TIMELINE 11 Nov ; Comet Bus to Oxford 15 Oct ; AGE UK Vacancy Kingsmoor Club, Hinton Waldrist 26 Jul ; Consultation re Bridleway to Duxford ford 22 Jul   Hinton is a Saxon name, meaning “township on a hill”.

The suffix Waldrist (there have been many different spellings over the centuries) was apparently added in the early 13 th century, when the parish was owned by the St.

Valery family. The manor of Hinton was founded in Norman times and was coterminous with the ecclesiastical parish served by its church.

Hinton Waldrist is the subject of 59 stereoscopic images produced by the Victorian photographer T R Williams in The series of photographs is the subject of a book entitled A Village Lost and Found, co-authored by Queen guitarist Brian May. Hinton Waldrist and its neighbouring hamlet of Duxford have a combined adult population of around encompassing houses and four farms.

Although some of them are still involved in agriculture, most people commute to jobs in local towns. The 13th century church is dedicated to St. Margaret of Antioch and has a tower with a ring of 6 bells which are regularly rung. There is a memorial. Hawse, J.S. () Hinton Waldrist through the Centuries.

Unpublished typescript. Loder-Symonds F.C. & Crowdy P () A History of the old Berks Hunt from to with a chapter on early foxhunting. Hinton Waldrist through time. Hinton Waldrist is now part of Vale of White Horse district. Click here for graphs and data of how Vale of White Horse has changed over two centuries.

For statistics about Hinton Waldrist itself, go to Units and Statistics. Victoria History of the County of Berkshire 4, (), pp Country Life, 92 (11 December ), pp N Pevsner and J Sherwood, The Buildings of England: Berkshire (), p J Howse, Hinton Waldrist Through the Centuries () N Davenport, The Honour of St Valery, the Story of an English Manor House ().

HINTON WALDRIST SU39NE 3/ Church of St. Margaret 21/11/66 GV II* Church. Mid C13, remodelled late C13, when south transept added, and c.l Random limestone rubble; stone slate roof; stone stack.

Cruciform with west tower. Late C19 reticulated style 3-light east window. In the civil parish of Hinton Waldrist. In the historic county of Berkshire.

Modern Authority of Oxfordshire. county of Oxfordshire. Medieval County of Berkshire. OS Map Grid Reference: SU Latitude ° Longitude ° Hinton Waldrist; The Mount has been described as a certain Timber Castle.

There are earthwork remains. Faringdon, North Berkshire; Longworth through the Centuries £ In this reprint of booklets published in and the author has tried to discover what life was like in Longworth over the passing years with particular emphasis on individual people who lived there whether in manor house, rectory, or cottage.

Find any address on the map of Hinton Waldrist or calculate your itinerary to and from Hinton Waldrist, find all the tourist attractions and Michelin Guide restaurants in Hinton Waldrist. The ViaMichelin map of Hinton Waldrist: get the famous Michelin maps, the result of more than a century.

The historic village of Hinton Waldrist with its 13th century church, active village hall and thriving community is surrounded by open farmland with numerous walks and riding trails. The Thames is a 20 minute walk with its nature reserves and Shifford Lock.

Hinton Manor lies in the Vale of the White Horse, adjacent to the north-west corner of the village of Hinton Waldrist, the park lying adjacent to the west side of the village.

The c 45ha site is bounded to the east by the village and Church Road, and on the other sides by agricultural land. J Howse, Hinton Waldrist Through the Centuries.

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Here’s what you can try to find more properties: 9. £, Guide Price. 4 bedroom house for sale. Laggots Close, Hinton Waldrist, Faringdon. HINTON WALDRIST SU39NE 3/ Hinton Manor 10/11/52 (Formerly listed as The Manor House) - II* Manor House, now house.

Late C16; refronted and block to rear right added c by John Loder; c wing to left heightened c, and c orangery to right of front. HINTON WALDRIST THROUGH THE CENTURIES - Jasmine S.

Howse ( and ) - ISBN pages (A5) 23 illustrations including the enclosure map.£ The facsimile edition combines the original two parts of the book which were written in and respectively. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jasmine Susan Howse books online.

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Longworth Through the Centuries. An early church on this site was mentioned in the Domesday Book. The earliest part of the current building are the thirteenth century nave, chancel, and western tower; the church has stood largely unchanged for years.

The Queen guitarist Brian May has been closely associated with Hinton Waldrist, through his research into the. Thomas Richard Williams (5 May – 5 April ) was a British professional photographer and one of the pioneers of stereoscopy.

Williams's first business was in London around He is known for his celebrated stereographic daguerreotypes of the Crystal also did portrait photography, now in the Getty Museum's archives, which he regarded as his greatest success. On 30 MarchAirey Neave, British Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, was assassinated by the Irish National Liberation Army with a bomb fixed under his car.

The bomb detonated in the car park of the Palace of Westminster in London and mortally wounded Neave, who died shortly after being admitted to hospital. Duxford is a hamlet in the civil parish of Hinton Waldrist miles (9 km) northeast of was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to is on the south bank of the River Thames, where there is a ford leading to Chimney on the north bank.

HINTON-WALDRIST (St. Margaret), a parish, in the union of Farringdon, hundred of Ganfield, county of Berks, 8 miles (W. by N.) from Abingdon.

Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source] Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the present day.A teacher from a top public school has fallen to his death from a church roof just days before he was due to become a father for the first time.

Dr David Brunton a housemaster at Magdalen College.The village also boasts The Village Hall, Allotments, The Manor, The Grange and the beautiful 13th century church of St Margaret of Antioch.

Brian May, guitarist with Queen, wrote a book, "A Village Lost & Found", depicting stereo photography of Hinton Waldrist and surrounding areas from the `s.