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Box containing loose material of the Loveday family, late 16th-early 20th century

MS. Top. Oxon. c. 597
Held at the Weston Library

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Box containing loose material of the Loveday family, comprising:

  1. (item 1) trick of quartered arms of the Booth family of Barton, Lancs., with titles of ecclesiastical and temporal dignities, with a pedigree, late 1600;
  2. (item 2) pedigree on parchment of the Taylor family of Williamscote, Oxon., consisting of shields emblazoned in heraldic colours, ? 1572;
  3. (items 3-5) accounts delivered by Sarah Loveday to her daughter Martha of the money due to Martha by the will of Thomas Loveday, with a receipt and discharge, 1738;
  4. (item 6) survey of Wardington, Williamscote and Coton, Oxon., pursuant to the Enclosure Act, c. 1761, with an abstract of the award;
  5. (item 7) notebook containing half-yearly accounts of the bishop of Oxford’s reserved rents in the parish of Cropredy, Oxon., 1786-1806;;
  6. (item 8) book containing printed tenancy agreements (mostly blank) for cottages belonging to John Loveday of Williamscote, Oxon., 1838;
  7. (item 9) newspaper cuttings from The Church Times, The Standard, The Guardian, concerning church history, mainly of Oxfordshire churches, c.1876-1877;
  8. (item 10) paper entitled ‘Church History and Church Registers’ read by the Reverend Canon Wood of Rotherfield Greys Rectory, Henley-on-Thames, to the Banburyshire Clerical Society, with some of Wood’s notes folded in 1877;
  9. (item 11) two notebooks containing copies of 17th cent. tombstone inscriptions at Cropredy, and three photographs of armour in Cropredy church, ? compiled by M.H.M. Wood, 1883;
  10. (item 12) Account book belonging to J.E.T. Loveday containing accounts, valuations and other notes on his estates, and at fol. 7v a pedigree showing the connection of the Loveday, Taylor, and Goodwin families, late 19th and early 20th century.


  • Creation: late 16th-early 20th century


12 items

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Top. Oxon. c. 597