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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
16 1875 Ingall   Samuel   Birmingham    
89 1698 Issacson   James     MP for Banbury Whig
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14 1832 Jackman   H   Northampton Theatre Promoter  
42 1673 Jacobson   Joanna relict of Rumbolt      
46 1727 Jenkinson family            
112 1797 - 1814 Jevans Dr. Joseph   Bloxham & Milton minister administered HC in Banbury
8 1614 Johnson   Ben       Bartholemew Fair
8 1621 Johnson   Ben       'the loud pure wives of Banbury'
43 1787-1804 Johnson   John        
43 1831-1850 Jones   William        
116 FN96 post early 1830s Jones   George     Calvinistic Baptist  
117 c 1840 - 1851 Jordan   T.F.     1st minister Particular Baptist
87 1821 - 1824 Judd   William   Sheep Street Postmaster  
70 1806 Judge   William     miller  
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26 c 1835 Kempthorne   Samuel       provided funds for construction of Workhouse
118 d. 1874 Kench   Kenrick     preacher Banbury Town Mission (Wesleyan)
70 1877 - 1899 Kench : Edmunds &         miller  
70 1903 - 1961 Kench Ltd: Edmunds &         miller  
121 1708 - 1803 Kepning Mrs       benefactor  
48 after 1547 - 1550 Keylewey   Robert        
110 18C Kidd   Benjamin       withheld tithes
110 d. 1751 Kidd   Benjamin     Quaker Preacher  
39 1866 Kimberley         Builder  
26 FN40 1857 Kimberley   Albert     rial">Builders "Rusher's Banbury Directory"
124 1884 Kimberley         builder  
26 FN40 1886 Kimberley     & Sons   Builders "Rusher's Banbury Directory">
26 FN40 1891 Kimberley   J.S.     Builders "Rusher's Banbury Directory"
26 end 19th C Kimberley       Banbury Contractors built Workhouse additions
112 1715 Kinch   Nathaniel   Horley Baptist  
42 1673 King   John nephew of Rumbolt Jacobson   MD  
47 1804 King   James        
48 pre 1851 King   James        
118 c 1870 Kirby Mrs A     benefactor  
32 1570 Knight   Joan wife of John      
32 1570 Knight   John     Baker  
8 1611 Knight   William        
8 1627 Knight   Bezabeel son of William      
8 1627 Knight   William        
32 1664 Knight   William   "Reindeer" Inn Innkeeper  
32 1664 Knight   William   "Reindeer" Inn   paid rent
97 FN67 1589 Knight   William       appeared before Privy Council
74 1595 Knight   William     bailiff  
74 1603 Knight   William     puritan member of Banbury "Star" chamber
74 1608 Knight   William     Chamberlain 1st sole occupier of this position
81 1608 Knight   William     Borough Chambelain  
81 FN16 1608 Knight           NOT named as a member of the Council
99 1685 Knight   John     Vicar  
125 d. 1587 Knight   John   Colebar Street benefactor  
102 d. 1587 Knight   John     bailiff (3 times) memorial
102 d. 1631 Knight   William   Banbury JP memorial
88 late 16C Knight   William     Mayor  
125 post 1587 Knight   Joan relict of John   benefactor  
18 1608 Knollys Sir William son of Sir Francis Banbury High Steward  
18 1626 Knollys Sir William   Banbury, Earl of    
74 FN53 1590 Knollys Sir Frances father of Sir William      
74 1608 Knollys Sir William     High Steward courtier & Lord Leiutenant of Oxford & Berkshire
81 1608 Knollys Lord       High Sheward  
18 c 1608 Knollys Sir Francis     Puritan  
10 1644 Kuilenberg   Jacob        
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120 c 1938 Laing Sir John     London architects and builders Southam Hall meeting house
99 1758 - 1780 Lamb   Matthew     Vicar chief burgess & alderman
90 FN53 1759 Lamb Rev M     Member of Banbury Corp  
90 FN53 1773 Lamb Rev G     Member of Banbury Corp  
99 1781 - 1815 Lamb   John     Vicar chief burgess & alderman
90 FN53 1794 Lamb Rev J     Member of Banbury Corp  
90 FN50 c1754 to c 1790 Lamb Rev Matthew     Vicar  
48 1849 - 1872 Lampet   W.L.        
70 1820 Lampitt   Charles     mill-wright Cuttle Mill
67 1847 Lampitt   Charles     Engineer  
67 1861 census Lampitt   Charles   "Vulcan" Foundry Engineer employing 40-50
67 c 1847 Lampitt   John     Engineer  
67 1837 Lampitt family         foundry owners started "Vulcan" Foundry
70 1931 - 1939 Lamprey & Son         millers Cuttle Mill
99 1814 Lancaster   Thomas     Curate  
99 1815 - 1849 Lancaster   Thomas     Vicar  
91 FN79 c 1832 Lancaster   Thomas     Vicar alleged Easthope supporter
121 1721 Lane   Martha     benefactor  
121 1730 - 1752 Lane   Jane     benefactor  
7 1392 Langland   William       Piers the Ploughman
18 d. 1657 Langley   John        
14 FN83   Langley   R.L.       "Memories of Late Victorian Banbury"
103 d. 1708 Lawrence   Nathaniel     dissenting minister  
112 d. 1708 Lawrence   Nathaniel     presbyterian  
117 1791 Ledbrook   Leonard     grazier  
65 1837 - 1842 Lees & Co : Gillett,         plush manufacturers 2nd use of machinery
90 pre 1820 Legge   Heneage     MP for Banbury  
21 1540 Leland   John        
116 c 1829 Lewin   Isaac        
116 FN96 post 1820s Lewin   Issac     Calvinistic Baptist  
47 1540 - 1544 Light   Christopher        
46 1968 Lindsey   R.J.        
46 1906 - 1939 Lindsey   William        
116 1851 Lodge   David     Baptist minister  
53 FN89 1575 Long   Anne        
110 1671 Long   John     Quaker meeting clerk  
110 1683 Long   John   Neithrop farmer & Quaker withheld tithes
54 FN3   Long   Anne other heir of John      
54 FN3   Long   John       re heirs of
54 FN3   Long   William an heir of John      
54 c 1575 Long family            
55 1539 Longland   John     Bishop  
49 1455 Lovel Lord Richard son of William      
49 1455 Lovel Lord William        
7 1483 Lovel Lord          
49 1391 Lovel Sir John        
21 15th C Lovel family            
42 15th C Lovel family            
99 1698 - 1717 Loveling   Benjamin     Vicar  
110 1703-1708 Loveling   Benjamin     Vicar & puritan responding to Quakers
97 1554 - 1558 Lovett   John   Adderbury steward  
39 1864 Lowe         Architect  
121 c 1823 Lucas Mrs       benefactor  
107 nd Lucas Mrs P   Banbury architect  
9 FN80   Ludlow   Edmund       "Memoirs of " ed. C.H.Firth
9 FN84   Luke Sir S.       "Journal of " ed. I.G.Philip
9 FN86   Luke Sir S.       "Journal of " ed. I.G.Philip
9 FN88   Luke Sir S.       "Journal of " ed. I.G.Philip
9 FN92   Luke Sir S.       "Journal of " ed. I.G.Philip
41 FN16   Luke Sir Samuel       "Letter Book of " ed. H.G.Tibett
45 1875 Lumbert   Joseph     Clothier  
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93 1847 MacGregor   James   Liverpool banker and chairman SE Railway candidate for MP
101 1552 Martin   William        
56 1441 Mason   Thomas   Neithrop    
70 1785 Matthews   John     miller  
107 1921 - d. 1938 Mead   Humphrey   South Banbury Vicar  
126 1712 Metcalfe   Thomas   Banbury & Bodicote benefactor alias Abraham
125 1712 Metcalfe           will date : probably alias Abraham
121 1712 - pre 1818 Metcalfe   Thomas     benefactor alias Abraham
126 1723 Metcalfe   Mary relict of Thomas Culworth & Eydon, NTH benefactor alias Abraham
120 1723 Metcalfe   Mary     benefactor alias Abraham
121 1723 - pre 1818 ACE="Arial">Metcalfe   Mary relict of Thomas   benefactor  
126 1746 Metcalfe   Henry nephew of Thomas   benefactor alias Abraham
121 1746 - pre 1814 Metcalfe   Henry     benefactor alias Abraham
121 1774 Metcalfe   Elizabeth     benefactor  
125 pre 1882 Metcalfe Mr.       benefactor  
47 1866 Mewburn   Henry     Businessman & Weslyan  
118 1865 Mewburn   William   Yorkshire business man bought Wickham Park
118 1867 Mewburn   William   Wickham Park Wesleyan circuit steward  
94 1868 Mewburn   William   Wickham Park stock broker & Wesleyan candidate for MP : withdrew
84 1897 Mewburn Mr & Mrs     Wickham Park    
113 1925 - 1932 Mewport   Grace     minister  
45 1821 Meyrick   William        
93 1859 Miall   Edward     newspaper editor by election candidate for MP
90 FN53 1742 Miller Esq John     Member of Banbury Corp  
124 1884 Mills   W.E.     architect  
105 1904 Mills   W.E.     architect  
26 end 19th C Mills   W.E.   Banbury   designed Workhouse additions
45 1832 Milward   William        
46 1560 Mohun   William        
44 1680 Morgan   Hawten Maria grandson of Katherine Hawten      
44 1652 - 1665 Morgan   William        
44 d. 1652 Morgan   Mary nee Hawten wife of William, daughter of Thomas & Katherine      
91 1831 Munton   John     solicitor reformist party leader
80 FN82 19C - early 20C Munton   William     Solicitor Town Clerk
26 1857 Murray   James   Coventry   attributed > design of Corn Exchange


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