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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
114 1792 Gardner   Joseph   Middleton Cheney, NTH Baptist  
66 1815 - d1846 Gardner   James     Iron Foundry owner  
116 1829 Gardner   Joseph   Middleton Cheney, NTH tradesman erected baptist chapel
116 1829 - 1877 Gardner   Joseph       36 West Bar
91 1831 Gardner   Thomas     retired grocer & Baptist reformist party leader
67 1861 census Gardner   James     ironmonger employing 10 men
123 c 1836 Garrett   Joseph   Church Passage land owner  
7 1312 Gaveston   Piers        
18 1613 - 1660 Gee   Edward        
117 1784 George Mr     London Wesleyan host to Wesley
31 1726-1768 Gibberd   John        
67 mid 19C Gibbins   Joseph bro-in-law of J.A. Gillett Birmingham    
43 1809-1817 Gibbs   Edward        
Preface   Gibson   J.W.S       BHS Vol 15 "Banbury Corporation Records…" : New Source : Joint Author
74 1603 Gill   John     puritan member of Banbury "Star" chamber
71 1617 Gill   John     miller Wickham Mill
37 1863 Gillett   Jonathan     Banker  
37 1864 Gillett   Charles     Banker  
66 1822 Gillett   Joseph Ashby     banker bought "New Bank"
111 1830 Gillett   J.A.     Quaker meeting clerk  
65 1842 - 1850 Gillett   J.A.     banker end of plush manufacturing connection
111 1846 - 1849 Gillett   Martha     Quaker  
111 1851 Gillett   Martha Dau of J.A., wife of J.B. Braithwaite   Quaker  
88 1939 Gillett   J.A.     land donor  
64 c 1800 Gillett   William     plush weaver son was agent in London
67 mid 19C Gillett   Joseph Ashby     banker  
92 c 1837 Gillett & Tawney         bankers  
65 1850 + Gillett family         bankers  
66 c 1822 Gillett family         plush manufacturers  
108 c 1850 / 1860 Gillett family         Quakers  
65 1837 - 1842 Gillett, Lees & Co         plush manufacturers 1st use of machinery
47 1804 Gist   Samuel        
48 1808 Gist   Samuel        
46 1852 Gist   William trustee of Samuel ii      
48 1852 Gist   William        
46 1801 - 1815/25 Gist   Samuel        
57 1820 Gist   Samuel        
46 1825 - 1841 Gist   Josiah        
46 1852 - 1905 Gist   Samuel ii        
69 1557 Glover   Edward       leased
117 1840 Goffe   Richard     councillor  
92 post 1831 Goffe   Richard     hatter & Baptist  
116 FN96 post early 1830s Goffe   Richard     Calvinistic Baptist  
45 1821 Golby   J.W.        
113 1852 Golby   Ann       bequest
79 c 1825 Golby   J.W.        
40 1792 Golby family            
71 1680 Gordson   Josiah       will mentions Wickham Mill
111 1725 Grafton   John   North Newington Quaker bequest
107 1883 - 1896 Graham - Jones   Charles   South Banbury Vicar  
43 1716 Grant   Samuel        
111 1816 Granthorn   Mary   Adderbury Quaker bequest
33 1727 Gregory   Blagrave     Draper  
47 1399 Greville   Joan wife of William      
47 1399 Greville   John        
47 1399 Greville   William        
106 1869 - 1874 Guiness M.A. Robert   South Banbury Vicar  
18 1804-1882 Gulliver   George        
44 1760 Gunn   William        
54 1760 Gunn   Richard the elder      
54 1760 Gunn   William        
70 1886 Gunn   Leonard     miller & biscuit baker Cuttle Mill
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52 1595 Halhead   William        
52 FN73 1557 Halhead   Henry        
125 nd Halhead   Henry   Barkhill Street benefactor  
125 nd Halhead   Henry   Sheep Street benefactor  
56 16C Halhead family     father & son   Mercers / Woollen drapers  
63 late 16C Halhead family         mercer or wollendraper  
52 FN73 1555 Hall   Thomas        
52 FN73 1557 Hall   (Thomas)        
78 pre 1643 Hall   Samuel        
125 pre 1825 Hall   Thomas   Bodicote benefactor  
8 1635 Hammond Lieutenant          
71 pre 1617 Hampden   William     miller Wickham Mill
112 1739 - d. 1796 Hampton   George   Banbury minister  
112 1672 Hanna Mrs       Schoolteacher  
121 c 1672 Hanna Mrs       schoolteacher censured
120 1936 Hannan   Llewellyn   Banbury architect Plymouth Brethren's Crouch Hall
113 1723 Hans   Hannah       bequest
93 1859 Hardy   John   Dunstall STF   by election candidate for MP
68 c 1850 Harman Messrs       brewers  
65 1843 or 4 Harris   C & T   Coventry plush manufacturer closed Banbury mill
57 d. 1594 Harris   Thomas        
107 pre 1856 Harris   George     wesleyan  
121 1786 Harrison Revd William     benefactor  
67 1861 census Hart   John     hatter & cordwainer employing 10 men 10 boys
69 1566 Hartley   John     draper leased
14 late 19th C Hartley's, Stone &         Bookshop ial"> 
Preface   Harvey   P.D.A.       Contributor
40 c1210 - c1220 Hawethirn (?Hawten)   Robert     Constable of Banbury Castle  
49FONT> 1549 Hawkins   Thomas alias Fisher of Warwick      
105 1549 Hawkins   Thomas       alias Fisher of Warwick
113 1808 Hawkins   Joseph   Banbury   bequest
43 1545 Hawten   Edward son-in law of John Crocker      
43 1605 Hawten   Margeret widow      
44 1614 Hawten   Henry        
53 1614 Hawten   Henry        
44 1614 Hawten   Mary nee Doyley wife of Henry, daughter of Sir John      
43 1618 Hawten   Henry        
43 1638 Hawten   Katherine wife of Thomas      
44 1680 Hawten   Katherine        
43 1614 - d. 1626 Hawten   Henry son of Margaret Hawten      
43 1626 - 1637/8 Hawten   Thomas eldest son of Henry Hawten      
43 1637/8 Hawten   Mary widow of Henry, mother of Thomas      
44 after 1641 Hawten   Katherine nee Dunch wife of Thomas, daughter of Sir William      
56 early 17C Hawten           Estate
40 c1210 - c1220 Hawten ?Hawethirn?   Robert     Constable of Banbury Castle  
52 1606 Hawten family            
44 1638 Hawten family            
98 1590 Hawten family           did not support Bracebridge
45 1604-1614 Hawten family            
49 17th C Hawten family            
112 FN79 c 1700 Hawten family       Calthorpe House   owners but probably NOT occupiers
63 late 16C Hawten family         mercer or wollendraper  
8 late 16th early 17th C Hawten family            
111 nd Haynes   Richard     Quaker bequest
121 pre 1797 Hebcraft   William     benefactor  
116 FN96 post 1820s Heming   Joseph     Calvinistic Baptist  
116 1815 Henderson   Martin        
117 1851 - 1864 Henderson   W.T.     minister radical Baptist
93 1853 Henderson   W.T.     Baptist minister  
84 FN88 1855 Henderson   W.T.       "Recollections of His Life"
12 1814-1902 Herbert   George     Shoemaker & Photographer Author of "Shoemaker's Window" (Major source)
107 1806 - d. 1833 Hersent Father Peter   France RC priest  
61 1428-1452 Hervyes   Thomas     Grocer  
66 1784 Heydon   Richard     banker founded "New Bank"
107 1835 - 1838 Hickman; Derrick &       Oxford architects 7 builders built St John's RC church
46 1331 Hikeman   John brother of William, son of Robert Bloxham    
46 bef 1271 - 1331 Hikeman   William brother of John, son of Robert      
46 pre 1331 Hikeman   Robert father of William & John Bloxham    
14 1832 Hill   James     Theatre builder  
103 d. 1658 Hill   Robert     merchant  
54 1760 Hobart   Francis        
54 1760 Hobart   Mary        
54 1760 Hobart           Estate
90 FN51 1785 Hobart   Mary wife of George Augustus North Neithrop    
44 late 18th C Hobart family            
16 1836 Hocking   John   Birmingham    
81 FN17 1718 Holbech   Ambrose   Farnborough, WAR JP  
126 1750 Holbech   William     benefactor  
126 1778 Holbech   William     benefactor  
90 1794 Holbech   William   Farnborough    
92 1841 Holbech   Hugh   Farnborough Hall, WAR   candidate for MP
67 1872 Holland   Thomas partner of Hunt & Edmunds   businessman  
112 1661 - 1679 Holman Sir James     MP for Banbury  
89 1661 - 1681 Holman Sir John   Weston Favell, NTH MP for Banbury  
89 FN35 1672 Holman Sir John       house was Presbytereian meeting place
114 1854 Holyoake   G.J.   London Congregational radical  
106 pre 1853 Hope   John   Oxford builder Christchurch South Banbury
111 nd Hopkins   Ann     Quaker bequest
32 1570 Horn   David        
84 1870 Horton   John Henry nephew of Mary Horton      
84 1870 Horton   Mary   Middleton Cheney    
122 1841 Howell   John   Crouch Street Schoolmaster RC
32 1706 Howes   William        
99 1640 Howes   John     Vicar  
112 1814 - post 1851 Hubbard   C.B.   Banbury minister changed from presbyterian to unitarian
45 1832 Huckvale   Samuel        
114 d. 1799 Hughes   Charles   Oxford Baptist bequest (share of)
67 mid 19C Humphris Mr       Traction engine builder  
98 early 1600's Hunt   George father-in-law of William Whateley     connections with Dr Humphrey Magdalen Coll. Oxford
66 1807 Hunt   Thomas   "Unicorn" brewer later Hunt, Edmunds & Co
67 1847 Hunt   Thomas     brewer moved to new premises
67 pre 1847 Hunt   John     malster  
108 c 1850 / 1861 Hunt Edmunds         brewers  
68 FN23   Hunt Edmund's & Co            
121 1721 Hussey Mrs Jane     benefactor  
91 1831 Hutchinson Col. Henry Hely       candidate for MP
91 FN79 c 1832 Hutchinson           had Lancaster's vote as was local man


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