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Miscellaneous deeds and other documents relating to Oxfordshire

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Dep. c. 554
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Miscellaneous deeds and other documents relating to Oxfordshire, 1628–early 19th century, comprising:

The following deeds which are calendared in MS:

  1. (no.1) fragment of lease of tenement in St. Clement's Oxford, 1628;
  2. (no.2) fragment of Oxford commission of bankruptcy for Thomas Pincke, n.d., [early 1630s];
  3. (no.3-4) fragment of sale of unidentifiable property in Oxford by John Fraunces, n.d., [c. 1655];
  4. (no.5) copy of Headington court roll relating to land in Marston, 1662;
  5. (no.6) writ to the sheriff to surrender his office and records, 1692;
  6. (no.7) assignment of lease of 'Maidenhead' tenement in All Saint's Oxford, giving details of the property and its uses during the lease, 1746;
  7. (no.8) will of Mary Parker, widow, of St. Peter in the East Oxford, 1763.

Other documents comprising:

  1. (nos.9-10) 2 fragments of sheriffs' quietus rolls for Oxfordshire, n.d. [17th century] and for Yorkshire for 1648-1649, 1654;
  2. (nos.11-13) incomplete Vice-Chancellor's accounts of Oxford University receipts and expenditure (temp. Jonathan Edwards, also principal of Jesus College), 1689-1690, 1691-1692, and 'Schools' accounts of college payments for matriculation, 1690-1691;
  3. (no.14) inventory of plate for use in [Jesus College] common room, in several hands, n.d., [late 17th century-early 19th century.];
  4. (no.15) fragments of a notebook containing children’s Latin and Greek translations in more than one hand, (25 leaves), n.d. [c.1700].


  • Creation: 1628-n.d. [early 19th century]


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Language of Materials

  • English

Preferred Citation

Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. Dep. c. 554, fols. 1-2]

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Dep. c. 554

Collection ID (for staff)

CMD ID 21099


Miscellaneous deeds and other documents relating to Oxfordshire

Biographical / Historical

Sir Henry Dryden (1818-1899) was an archaeologist and antiquary.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Part of a collection found at Northampton Museum, mainly formed by Sir Henry Dryden, and transferred by Northamptonshire Record Office (N.R.O. Acc.1977/182 nos.29-36 and 40-45), 1977.


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