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Archive of successive rectors of Holdgate

Archive of successive rectors of Holdgate, late 17th-early 19th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Salop. c. 6
Extents: 109 Leaves
Dates: late 17th-early 19th century
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Archive of T.D. Fosbroke

Archive of T.D. Fosbroke
Extents: 0.45 Linear metres (9 boxes)
Dates: 18th-19th century
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Archive of the Anti-Slavery Society

Papers of The Anti-Slavery Society, 1757-1982.
Extents: 118.47 Linear metres (2236 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1757-1982
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Archive of the Ashhurst family of Waterstock, Oxfordshire

Papers of the Ashhurst family of Waterstock, Oxfordshire, 16th-20th cent.
Extents: 5.1 Linear metres (51 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 16th-20th cent.
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Archive of the Bannister and Marriott Families

Archive of the Bannister and Marriott Families
Extents: 1.14 Linear metres (12 boxes)
Dates: 18th-20th cent.
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Archive of the Bertie family, Earls of Abingdon

Archive relating to the Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire estates of the Bertie family, Earls of Abingdon, from the 14th to the 20th century.
Extents: 43.45 Linear metres (337 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 14th-20th century
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Archive of the Bruce Family

Archive of the Bruce Family, late 18th-20th century, comprising papers of (Patrick) Craufurd Bruce (1748-1820) and Michael Bruce (1787-1861), with small groups of papers of the next three generations.
Extents: 7.04 Linear metres (64 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 18th - 20th Century
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Archive of the Bureau of Animal Population (B.A.P.), Oxford, established by Charles Elton

Papers of the Bureau of Animal Population of Oxford University (1932-1967), established by Charles Elton.
Extents: 93.0 Linear metres (555 boxes)
Dates: mid 18th cent.-1995 (predominantly 1932-1967)
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Archive of the Butler Family

Correspondence and papers of three generations of the Butler Family; Alfred J. Butler (1850-1936), Harold Butler (1883-1951) and Rohan Butler (1917-1996).
Extents: 15.85 Linear metres (229 boxes)
Dates: 1818-2009, n.d.
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Archive of the Clough family

Papers relating to the Clough family, principally Reverend John Clough (1835-1920), his wife Amy Louisa Clough (1852-1934) née Kenny, and four of their fifteen children: Mabel, Henry, Margret, and Joan. There is also material relating to the connected Kenny and Bland families.
Extents: 3.0 Linear metres (19 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1682-2007
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Archive of the Dandridge Family of Rousham, Oxfordshire

Archive of the Dandridge Family of Rousham, Oxfordshire
Extents: 0.30 Linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: 18th-19th century
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Archive of the Dashwood Family of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Archive of the Dashwood Family of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (1626-1904).
Extents: 3.52 Linear metres (31 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1626-1904
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Archive of the Dobrée, Mann, and Routh Families

Papers of the Dobrée, Mann, and Routh families.
Extents: 1.20 Linear metres (8 boxes)
Dates: 1786-1909
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Archive of the Drummond-Hay family

Papers of Sir Robert William Hay, Edward William Auriol Drummond-Hay, Sir John Hay Drummond-Hay, Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay, Alice Emily Drummond-Hay and Cicely Eleanor Meade-Waldo.
Extents: 6.82 Linear metres (62 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1771-1951
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Archive of the Macirone Family

Correspondence and papers of the Macirone Family, principally George Macirone (1788-1858), his wife Mary Ann Macirone (1791-1869) nee Perriman, and their three children, Clara Macirone (1821-1914), Emily Macirone (1821-1888) and George Augustus Macirone (1834-1910) with born-digital transcriptions of their letters and diaries by Patricia Neate.
Extents: 1.54 Linear metres (14 physical shelfmarks; 1 digital shelfmark)
Dates: 1584-2016
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Archive of the Madan Family

Archive of the Madan Family
Extents: 1.14 Linear metres (18 boxes)
Dates: 1717-1837
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Archive of the Morton, Dorville and Gorham Families

Archive of the Morton, Dorville and Gorham Families
Extents: 2.66 Linear metres (46 boxes)
Dates: 18th-20th century
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Archive of the Napier Family

Archive of the Napier Family
Extents: 6.66 Linear metres (80 boxes)
Dates: 1780-1933
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Archive of the Noel, Byron and Lovelace Families

Papers of Annabella, Lady Byron (1792-1860), including papers of her parents, Sir Ralph and Judith Milbanke (later Noel), papers of her daughter, Ada Byron (later Lady Lovelace), and her grand-children, Ralph King (2nd Earl of Lovelace) and Anne Blunt.
Extents: 50.6 Linear metres (460 Shelfmarks)
Dates: 1669-1930
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Archive of the North Family

Archive of the North Family, Barons North and Earls of Guilford, 13th-20th century.
Extents: 26.01 Linear metres (309 boxess)
Dates: 13th-20th century

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Indexed subjects
19th century 777
18th century 773
17th century 410
20th century 289
16th century 193
Humanities 150
Letters 111
Parishes -- England -- Oxfordshire 99
Oxfordshire (England) 81
Religion 50
Antiquarians 48
Literature 47
Church records and registers 41
Music 34
x - 15th century 34
Oxford (England) 27
Berkshire (England) 25
14th century 23
Genealogy 23
Poetry 20
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13th century 19
Correspondence 19
Diaries 18
Great Britain -- Topography 17
Music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century 17
Local history 14
Theology 14
Heraldry 13
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 13
Parishes -- England 13
Poets 13
Sermons 13
Buckinghamshire (England) 12
Diaries -- 18th century 11
Diaries -- 19th century 11
History 11
x - 12th century 11
Accounts 10
Authors 10
Church records and registers -- England -- Oxfordshire 10
Northamptonshire (England) 10
Autographs 9
Deeds -- England 9
India 9
Ireland 9
Legal documents 9
Politics and Government 9
Booksellers and bookselling 8
Diplomatic and consular service -- British 8
Manuscripts 8
Politicians 8
Staffordshire (England) 8
Anthems 7
Church records and registers -- Oxfordshire 7
English literature 7
Gloucestershire (England) 7
Publishers and publishing 7
Yorkshire (England) 7
Church buildings 6
Church of England -- Clergy 6
Derbyshire (England) 6
Drawings 6
English literature -- 19th century 6
France 6
Law 6
Lincolnshire (England) 6
London (England) 6
Motets 6
Surrey (England) 6
Universities and colleges -- England -- Oxford 6
Worcestershire (England) 6
21st century 5
Authors -- 18th century 5
Autobiography 5
Autographs -- Collections 5
English literature -- 18th century 5
Evening service music 5
France -- Description and travel 5
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 5
Italy -- Description and travel 5
Letters -- Collections 5
Middlesex (England) 5
Royal family 5
Shropshire (England) 5
Wiltshire (England) 5
x - 11th century 5
Architectural drawing 4
Bedfordshire (England) 4
Bibliography 4
Biography 4
Bodleian Library 4
Cambridgeshire (England) 4
Church 4
Church buildings -- England -- Oxfordshire 4
Dorset (England) 4
Essex (England) 4
Glees, catches, rounds, etc. 4
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 4
Hampshire (England) 4
Herefordshire (England) 4
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Indexed names
Goadby | Frank Reginald Lindsay | 1899-1985 | Brigadier Historian of Standlake 70
Church of England 37
University of Oxford 18
Gough | Richard | 1735-1809 | antiquary 10
Nichols | John Bowyer | 1779-1863 | printer and antiquary 7
Society of Genealogists 7
Harris | C. G | Oxfordshire Family History Society 6
Phillipps | Sir | Thomas | 1792-1872 | Baronet | Antiquary, and Collector of MSS and Books 6
Watts | C G | Parish Registrar 6
Bliss | Philip | 1787-1857 | Antiquary and Editor 5
Douce | Francis | 1757-1834 | Antiquary 5
Gilpin | William | 1724-1804 | Clergyman, educationist, biographer and topographer 5
Malone | Edmond | 1741-1812 | Critic and Author 5
Percy | Thomas | 1729-1811 | Bishop of Dromore and antiquary 5
Edgeworth | Maria | 1768-1849 | novelist and educationist 4
Handel | George Frederick | 1685-1759 | musical composer 4
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 4
Macartney | George | 1737-1806 | 1st Earl Macartney | diplomatist and colonial governor 4
Malone | Edmond | 1741-1812 | literary scholar and biographer 4
Oxford University | New College 4
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Pusey | Edward Bouverie | 1800-1882 | Canon of Christ Church Oxford 4
Salter | Herbert Edward | 1863-1951 | Historian 4
Shakespeare | William | 1564-1616 | Dramatist 4
Southey | Robert | 1774-1843 | poet, journalist, and biographer 4
Upcott | William | 1779-1845 | Antiquary and Autograph Collector 4
Bodleian Library 3
Boyce | William | 1710-1779 | musician 3
Carte | Thomas | 1686-1754 | historian 3
Charles II | 1630-1685 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 3
Dundas | Henry | 1742-1811 | 1st Viscount Melville | statesman 3
Edgeworth family | Edgeworthstown 3
Edgeworth | Richard Lovell | 1744–1817 | inventor 3
Fosbroke | Thomas Dudley | 1770-1842 | Antiquary 3
Gibson | Strickland | 1877-1958 | Librarian and Bibliographer 3
Harcourt | Edward William | 1825-1891 | politician 3
Harcourt | Edward | 1757-1847 | formerly Venables-Vernon | Archbishop of York 3
Harcourt | Family | Nuneham Courtenay 3
Harcourt | Family | Stanton Harcourt 3
Harcourt | George Granville | 1785-1861 | formerly Venables-Vernon | MP, Barrister 3
Harcourt | George Simon | 1736-1809 | 2nd Earl Harcourt 3
Harcourt | Simon | 1714-1777 | 1st Earl Harcourt | politician 3
Harcourt | Simon | c 1661-1727 | 1st Viscount Harcourt | Lord Chancellor 3
Harcourt | William | 1743-1830 | 3rd Earl Harcourt | Field Marshal 3
Harcourt | William | Venables Vernon | 1789-1871 | Canon of York, chemist 3
Hayley | William | 1745-1820 | Poet 3
Hinton | Henry | 1749-1816 | Oxfordshire antiquary 3
Macray | William Dunn | 1826-1916 | Rector of Ducklington, Antiquary, and Archivist 3
Mozart | Wolfgang Amadeus | 1756-1791 | Austrian composer 3
Newman | John Henry | 1801-1890 | theologian and cardinal 3
Nichols | John Gough | 1806-1873 | Printer and Antiquary 3
Nichols | John | 1745-1826 | printer, author and antiquary 3
Oxford University | Exeter College 3
Radcliffe | John | 1650-1714 | Physician 3
Richardson | Charles | d 1827 | antiquarian 3
Villiers | George William Frederick | 1800-1870 | 4th Earl of Clarendon | statesman 3
Wilberforce | Samuel | 1805-1873 | Bishop of Oxford and Winchester 3
Wilberforce | William | 1759-1833 | MP, Philanthropist 3
Wood | Anthony | 1632-1695 | Antiquary 3
Acland | Sir | Henry Wentworth | 1815-1900 | 1st Baronet | physician 2
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 2
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 2
Ballard | George | 1705-1755 | Antiquary 2
Bandinel | Bulkeley | 1781-1861 | Bodley's Librarian 2
Barham | John Foster | 1799-1838 | Politician 2
Beddoes | Thomas Lovell | 1803-1849 | poet and physiologist 2
Beethoven | Ludwig van | 1770-1827 | German composer and pianist 2
Bertie | Earls of Abingdon 2
Blenheim Palace 2
Bliss | Philip | 1742-1803 | Rector of Dodington and Frampton Cotterell 2
Bourne | Thomas William | 1862-1948 | musical scholar 2
Bridges | Robert Seymour | 1844-1930 | Poet Laureate 2
Brooke | John Charles | 1748-1794 | Herald, Antiquary, and Topographer 2
Buckland | William | 1784-1856 | Dean of Westminster, geologist 2
Buckler | John Chessell | 1793-1894 | Architect and Antiquary 2
Buckler | John | 1770-1851 | topographical artist, architect, and antiquary 2
Byron | Anne Isabella | 1792-1860 | 11th Baroness Wentworth and Baroness Byron | Social reformer and philanthropist 2
Callcott | John Wall | 1766-1821 | composer 2
Canning | George | 1770-1827 | Politician and parodist, prime minister of Great Britain 1827 2
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 2
Cecil | William | 1520-1598 | 1st Baron Burghley | Statesman 2
Chatterton | Thomas | 1752-1770 | Poet 2
Church of England | Bishops 2
Clarke | Jeremiah | c 1743-1809 | composer 2
Codrington Family Estates | West Indies 2
Collier | John Payne | 1789-1883 | Shakespearean scholar and forger, antiquary, and journalist 2
Cowper | William | 1731-1800 | poet 2
Crabbe | George | 1754-1832 | Poet 2
Dampier | John Lucius | 1792-1853 | Vice-Warden of the Stannaries Court 2
Dashwood | family | 1300-1927 | baronets | West Wycombe 2
Dew | George James | 1846-1928 2
Elizabeth I | 1533-1603 | Queen of England and Ireland 2
Elmsley | Peter | 1773-1825 | Classical Scholar 2
Eustace| E | fl. 1980 2
Ewelme Almshouse Charity 2
Gilpin | William | 1757-1848 | Rector of Pulverbatch 2
Gladstone | William Ewart | 1809-1898 | statesman 2
Great Britain and Ireland | Admiralty 2
Great Britain and Ireland | Board of Trade. 2
Great Britain and Ireland | Foreign Office 2
Greene | Maurice | 1695-1755 | organist and composer 2
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Language
Latin 81
French 38
Italian 35
German 19
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 11
Greek, Modern (1453-) 9
Spanish; Castilian 8
Arabic 6
Dutch; Flemish 5
Portuguese 5
Hebrew 3
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 2
Coptic 2
Cornish 2
Irish 2
Persian 2
Church Slavic; Old Slavonic; Church Slavonic; Old Bulgarian; Old Church Slavonic 1
Czech 1
Egyptian (Ancient) 1
English, Middle (1100-1500) 1