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"Banbury - A History"   Name Index


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Extracted from the 1984 Reprint by Oxfordshire County Libraries {ISBN 0 906871 02 6}
which was taken from Volume 10 of the "Victoria History of the County of Oxford"

        * FN = Footnote
Page * Date Surname Title Other Names Relationship Place Occupation Notes
111 1840 Cadbury   James Son of Richard, Banbury Quaker grocer & fruiterer  
111 1840 on Cadbury   Lucelia wife of James, nee Sturge Banbury Quaker  
111 1852 Cadbury Mrs James nee Lucelia Sturge   secretarry of Female Anti-slavery Soc  
106 1888 Cadbury   James        
111 pre 1840 Cadbury   Elizabeth Wife of Richard Birmingham Quaker  
111 pre 1840 Cadbury   Richard   Birmingham Quaker  
117 pre 1851 Cadbury   James     Quaker  
125 1574 Calcott   Walter     benefactor  
8 1610 Camden           Britannica
108 1654 Camm   John   Westmorland Quaker pioneer  
109 1655 Camm   Mabel wife of John Westmorland Quaker pioneer  
11 1744 Campbell   John     a Scotsman The Shepherd of Banbury's Rules to judge the changes of the weather
62 1483 Caniziani   Gerard   London & Florence mercer & merchant debts rescinded by Richard Saunders
47 1501 Carey Sir Edmund son of Margery      
47 1501 Carey   Margery nee Dynham mother of Sir Edmund    /FONT>  
46 1561 - 1573 Carleton   George 2nd husband of Elizabeth nee Mohun      
67 mid 19C Carmichael : Barrows &         engineering firm  
66 pre 1871 Cash   John bro-in-law of Henry Stone Coventry inventor  
67 1861 census Cave   Charles   Castle Wharf Coal merchant employed 36
81 FN17 1608 Cetwode Sir R   Warkworth, NTH JP  
47 1601 Chamberlayne   Thomas        
56 1617 Chamberlayne   Thomas        
55 1653 Chamberlayne   Thomas        
47 1681- d 1681/2 Chamberlayne Sir Thomas        
47 post 1681 Chamberlayne   Penelope wife of Robert (later Sir R) Dashwood, daughter of Sir Thomas      
55 1617 Chamberlayne family            
55 1653 Chamberlayne family            
103 nd Chamberlayne family           monument
74 1608 Chambre   Calcott   Williamscot assistant Alderman  
40 1411 Chaucer   Thomas     Constable of Banbury Castle  
89 FN48 1705 Chauncy   Thomas (father) or Thomas (son)     Candidate for MP  
89 1729 - d 1732 Chauncy   Toby     MP for Banbury won by one vote
56 1851 Checkley   Hawtin        
65 1765 - 1788 Cheney   John   "Unicorn" innkeeper  
65 1766 Cheney   John   "Unicorn" statiioner as a sideline
65 1767 - d 1808 Cheney   John   "Unicorn" jobbing-printer  
66 1804 Cheney   John     printer used Philip Rusher's font
66 c 1878 Cheney   George Gardner brother of John     revitlised "Cheney& Sons"
66 c 1878 Cheney   John brother of George Gardner     revitlised "Cheney& Sons"
65 d 1820 Cheney   Thomas son of John   jobbing-printer  
65 FN67   Cheney   John & his descendants     C.R.Cheney "book of same name"
65 FN68   Cheney   John & his descendants     C.R.Cheney "book of same name"
66 FN78   Cheney   John & his descendants     C.R.Cheney "book of same name"
66 FN81   Cheney   John & his descendants     C.R.Cheney "book of same name"
66 FN85   Cheney   John & his descendants     C.R.Cheney "book of same name"
65 FN67   Cheney     & Sons      
69 c 1970 Cheney & Sons         printers  
33 1780 Chesney   John     Printer  
58 1151-1160 Chesney   Robert   Lincoln Bishop  
114 pre 1850 Chesterman       Abingdon builder  
87 1824 - 1836 Churchill   John   "Red Lion" Postmaster  
122 1832 Claridge   George   Scalding Lane Schoolmaster  
37 c 1866 Claridge         Builder  
105 pre 1853 Claridge       Banbury builders St Paul Neithrop
116 1831 Clarke   Caleb   Northampton preacher & hosier Particular Baptist
70 1911/5 - 1962 Clarks (Banbury) Ltd         millers Cuttle Mill
74 FN52 1730 Clarson   Henry   Banbury alderman  
74 FN52 1732 Clarson   Henry   Banbury Mayor  
44 1723 Cobb   Thomas     Weaver  
53 1785 Cobb   Thomas        
45 1833 Cobb   Thomas Rhodes     Banker  
45 1801 - d. 1821 Cobb   Thomas ii        
48 1808 - 1826 Cobb   Thomas        
45 1821 - 1832 Cobb   Thomas iii        
91 1831 Cobb   Timothy Rhodes     Banker, Girth weaving & Unitarian reformist party leader
91 1832 Cobb         banker and factory owner  
57 FN85 1833 Cobb   T.R.   Windmill Field   sold part
45 1833 - 1875 Cobb   Edward        
83 FN85 1852 Cobb   Edward     Benefactor  
113 1853 Cobb   Edward     banker left Banbury with wife, & pa-in-law
65 1870 Cobb   T.R.     web girth miller  
66 1783 Cobb family         girth weavers founded "Old Bank"
108 c 1688 Cobb family         Presbyterians  
64 c 1700 >> 1870's Cobb family         factory owners weaving, webbing and horsecloths
79 c 1825 Cobb family            
108 c 1850 / 1860 Cobb family         Unitarians  
113 mid 19C Cobb family         Unitarian trustees 3 members of the family
112 post 1787 Cobb family         turned Unitarian  
114 1802 - 1806 Cobbin   Ingram     minister  
102 1789 Cockerell   S.P.     architect  
103 1797 Cockerell   Samuel Pepys     architect  
103 1818 Cockerell   C.R. ? son of S.P.   architect  
71 1833 Coles   John     miller Wickham Mill
Preface   Colvin   Christina       Contributor
47 1399 Colyns   William     Clerk  
47 1586 Compton   Anne        
47 1586 Compton Sir Henry        
10 1644 Compton Sir William        
9 1642-3 Compton Earl Spencer   Northampton    
9 1643-5 Compton Earl James   Northampton    
9 1645-6 Compton Sir William        
47 c 1587 Compton family            
48 1835 - 1852 Conant   Paynton Pigott Stainsby = Paynton Pigott son of Francis and Dolly      
54 1852 Conant   Paynton Pigott Stainsby        
126 1861 Conant   Paynton Pigott Stainsby     benefactor  
113 1835 Connor   Mary       bequest
124 1840 - 1856 Cooke   J.T.     Headmaster Banbury Middle (or Commecial) School
126 1885 Cooke   Stephen     benefactor  
126 1885 Cooke   Stephen     benefactor  
104 d. 1885 Cooke   Steven       memorial
Preface   Cooper   Nicholas       Contributor
45 1496 Cope   William father of Sir Anthony      
45 1548 Cope Sir Anthony        
46 1548 Cope   John        
46 1558 Cope   Elizabeth nee Mohun relict of Edward, daughter of William      
54 1571 Cope   Anthony        
46 1573 Cope   Elizabeth nee Chaworthe wife of William, daughter of Sir George      
46 1573 Cope   William son of Sir Anthony Cope of Hanwell      
44 1604 Cope   Anna nee Walter wife of Richard, daughter of William      
44 1604 Cope   Richard third son of Sir Anthony      
54 1614 Cope Sir William        
46 1631 Cope   Richard brother of Sir William      
46 1668 Cope Sir Anthony ii son of Sir John      
46 1677 Cope Sir John brother of Sir Anthony ii      
46 1688 Cope   Jonathan        
44 1760 Cope Sir Monnoux        
44 1774 Cope Sir Mordaunt        
46 1781 Cope   Arrabella Diana sister of Charles, later wife of John Frederick Sackville, Duke of Dorset      
46 1781 Cope  ONT> Catherine Ann sister of Charles, later wife of Lord Strathavon      
46 1781 Cope Sir Charles son of Charles      
46 1781 Cope   Charles grandson of Sir Jonathan      
55 1496 Cope   William        
55 1539 Cope   Anthony        
97 1540 Cope   Anthony   Hanwell    
43 FN75 1547 Cope   family        
43/4 1548 - 1571 Cope   Anthony        
46 FN23 1550/1 Cope       Hardwick Manor   possibly bought from Somerset for 400 x 2
46 1551 - pre 1558 Cope   Steven        
46 1573 - d. 1614 Cope Sir Anthony   Hanwell    
54 1583-1608 Cope Sir Anthony        
69 1587 Cope Sir Anthony       leased for 41 years
98 1600 Cope Sir Anthony     puritan  
69 1604 Cope   Richard       settled lease
74 1608 Cope Sir Anthony father of Richard & William Oxfordshire MP  
74 1608 Cope   Richard 3rd son of Sir Anthony Cope MP, & bro of William   assistant Alderman  
74 1608 Cope   William son of Sir Anthony Cope MP, & bro of Richard Banbury MP  
46 1631 - d. 1638 Cope Sir John        
89 1722 Cope   Monnoux     MP for Banbury Whig
104 1723 Cope Sir Monnoux     MP for Banbury plate donor
54 1760 Cope Sir Monnoux        
89 after 1688 - before 1725 Cope Sir Jonathan     MP for Banbury Tory
89 after 1698 Cope Sir John     MP for Banbury Whig
73 c 1554 Cope   Edward   Hardwick & Hanwell    
89 c 1558 - c 1603 Cope Sir Anthony   Hanwell MP for Banbury "unadulterated Puritan"
46 c 1600 - d. 1637 Cope Sir William   Banbury MP  
102 d 1513 Cope   William        
46 d. 1551 Cope Sir Anthony        
46 d. 1765 Cope Sir Jonathan grandson of Jonathan      
46 d. pre 1558 Cope   Edward        
8 late 16th C (pre 1614) Cope Sir Anthony   Hanwell    
103 nd Cope   William     cofferer to Henry VII buried in south chapel
44 pre 1601 Cope Sir Anthony        
89 pre 1722 Cope Sir Jonathan     MP for Banbury Whig
46 1540 Cope family            
43 1548 Cope family            
54 1760 Cope family            
101 1535 Cope family            
89 1660 Cope family         MP for Banbury a Puritan member of the family
89 1681 Cope family         MP for Banbury a Puritan member of the family
49 17th C Cope family            
89 after 1685 - before 1727 Cope family         MP for Banbury a Puritan member of the family
55 late 18C Cope family            
8 1618-1621 Corbet   Richard     Poet 'Iter Boreale' from Certain Elegant Poems
48 1563 Cornwall     1 relict of John Frankyshe : 2 wife of William      
48 1563 - 1568 Cornwall   William        
123 c 1836 Cottam   George        
90 FN53 1801 Coutts Esq Thomas     Member of Banbury Corp  
43 1545 Crocker   John        
47 1540 Croke   John        
47 1540 Croke   Prudence wife of John      
63 1533 and 1538 Cromwell   Thomas       recipient of gift of cheese
10 1644, 1645 Cromwell   Oliver        
47 1920 - 1928 Crossley Major Eric        
Preface   Crossley   Alan       Contributor
108 c 1850 / 1860 Cubitt family         Baptists  
81 FN17 1718 Cullen Sir R.   Upton, WAR JP  
40 1510 Cutt   Robert     Doorkeeper  
69 1509-10 Cutt   Robert     miller leased Bishop of Lincoln's mills
70 1509-10 Cutt   Robert     miller Cuttle Mill


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