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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 pre 1850 Underwood   H.J.   Oxford architect Christchurch chapel
122 1797 Usher   Peter       Banbury Academy >> 1908
112 1797 - 1814 Usher   Peter   Banbury unordained minister  
123 1808 Usher   Peter     Presbyterian Sunday School
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118 mid 19C Vanner   John   London business man  
89 FN38 1690 Verney   J       writer of Letter
89 FN38 1690 Verney Sir R.       recipient of Letter
47 1855-65 Vickers   C        
98 1590 Villiers family           did not support Bracebridge
92 1838 Vincent   Henry     Chartist speaker  
92 1841 Vincent         Chartist speaker candidate for MP
48 1650 Vivers   Robert        
32 FN25 1574 - 1643 Vivers   Richard father of Edward     plus his wife
32 1622-1685 Vivers   Edward     Woolen Draper  
69 1639 Vivers   Robert     woolen draper bought mill
109 1654 Vivers   Edward     cloth merchant & founding Quaker  
109 1655 Vivers   John   Banbury Quaker  
110 1665 - 1668 Vivers   Edward   Banbury Quaker jailed
110 1683 Vivers   Edward     Quaker treasurer  
110 1703 Vivers   Richard     Quaker phamphleteer  
32 FN25 c 1600 Vivers   Elizabeth wife of Richard      
32 c 1650 Vivers   Anne wife of Richard      
32 c 1650 Vivers   Mary wife of Edward      
109 c 1655 Vivers   Margaret        
32 d. 1657 Vivers   Richard        
109 pre 1654 Vivers   Richard ancestor of Edward   Mayor (twice)  
48 1620 Vivers family            
64 1646 and 1647 Vivers family           petitioned Parliament for Civil War "relief"
56 early 17C Vivers family         Woollen drapers  
63 late 16C Vivers family         mercer or wollendraper  
8 late 16th early 17th C Vivers family            
43 pre 1647 Vivers family            
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109 1655 Wagstaffe   James   Banbury Quaker  
111 1657 Wagstaffe   James   "Flower de Luce" innkeeper Quaker's 1st meeting house
110 b 1724 Wagstaffe   Thomas     Quaker  
43 1686 Waldo Sir Edward father of Ann      
47 post 1331 Wale   Nicole wife of
Sir Thomas (her
2nd marriage)
     
47 post 1331 Wale Sir Thomas        
12 1800 Walford   William     Mayor & Magistrate  
79 1826 Walford   John        
80 FN81 1835 - 1844 Walford       Banbury Town Clerk  
80 1836 Walford   William     town clerk part time
63 1768 Walpole   Horace       recipient of gift of cheese
89 1562 Walsingham Sir Francis     MP for Banbury  
71 1700 Walter   Joseph       will mentions Wickham Mill
117 1790 Ward Mr.         host to Wesley
117 1791 Ward   James     dyer  
123 1811 Ward Mr     Foundry Square   school used for Sunday School
122 1818 Ward Mr     Foundry Square Schoolmaster  
99 1738 - 1758 Wardle   John     Vicar curate to two previous vicars
97 FN43 1739 Wardle   John       answered Visitation articles
54 1760 Wardle   Mary        
116 1813 Wardle   Ralph     Baptist minister  
103 FN92 pre 1822 Watson ; Townsend &       Oxford Stone masons  
109 1655 Waugh   Jane servant to
Camm's
Westmorland Quaker pioneer jailed
109 1661 Waugh   Jane   Westmorland   jailed again
70 FN87 1832 Weaver         NOT miller "Rusher's Banbury Dir."
70 pre 1832 Weaver   John   Neithrop miller Cuttle Mill
47 1851 Webb   Captain John        
47 1853 Webb   Isabella daughter of
Daniel Hale
     
47 pre 1851 Webb   Daniel Hale        
122 1832 Webster Mr     Lower Foundry Square Schoolmaster  
121 1662 Weeks B.A. Alexander     schoolteacher  
31 1638 Welchman   Edward        
18 1665 - 1739 Welchman   Edward ii        
31 FN18 1666 Welchman       12 Parsons Street    
121 c 1730 Welchman   Millicent     benefactor  
87 1688 - 1694 Welford   Thomas     Postmaster  
43 1734 Wells   John        
43 1854 Wells   Robert        
43 1854 Wells   Susan nee Barber wife of Robert,
sister of John iii
     
99 1648 - 1662 Wells   Samuel     Presbyterian & Vicar appointed by House of Lords
108 1648 - 1662 Wells   Samuel     Vicar & Presbyterian  
100 1649 Wells   Samuel       initials on porch of Rectory
109 1655 Wells   Samuel     Vicar & puritan  
112 1662 - 1672 - Wells   Samuel     Presbyterian following ejection from C of E
108 1784 Wesley   John       preached in Banbury
112 1784 Wesley   John       preached in Presbyterian meeting house
117 1784 Wesley   John     preacher aged 81
117 1790 Wesley   John     preacher 2nd visit
34 1734 West   James   Alscot MP and antiquary  
74 1644-5 West   Aholiab     mayor  
75 1688 West   John     mayor  
31 pre 1665 West   James     Mercer  
97 1554 - 1558 Weston   John     dissenter  
97 1554 - 1558 Weston   William (1)     dissenter possibly same as William (2)
97 1554 - 1558 Weston   William (2)     dissenter possibly same as William (1)
109 c 1655 Weston   Nathaniel   Banbury    
97 FN60 d 1561 Weston   William     mercer  
103 d. 1684 Weston   Jacob     reeve  
74 1603 Whateley   Richard     puritan member of Banbury "Star" chamber
74 1603 Whateley   Thomas     puritan member of Banbury "Star" chamber
98 1610-1639 Whateley   William son-in-law of
George Hunt
Banbury Vicar born 1583 : away from town 7 years as student
98 pre 1639 Whateley     father of William   mayor and bailiff  
24 1628 Whately   William       describes first fire of Banbury
8 1610-39 Whately   William     Vicar  
8 1611 Wheatley   Thomas        
74 1643 Wheatley   Nathaniel     mayor  
76 1656 Wheatley   Nathaniel       settlement of a debt
10 FN96   Whetman Col     Northampton    
42 1620 White   William        
121 1698 White   Richard     benefactor  
12 1800 Whitmore   Thomas   Middleton Cheney Weaver  
100 1850 Wilberforce Bishop     Banbury   lenten mission
37 1866 Wilkinson   William   Oxford Architect  
49 1522 - d 1545 Wilkinson   Thomas        
94 1874 Wilkinson   Josiah     director of GE railway Conservative candidate for MP
92 1835 Williams   Edward Lloyd       candidate for MP
63 1677 Williamson Sir Joseph       recipient of gift of cheese
70 1695 Wills   Thomas     miller  
45 1872 Wilson   Alexander        
100 1849 - d 1860 Wilson   William        
105 FN26 1556 Wise   Richard     occupier of land  
90 1736 Wise   Francis   Wroxton chaplain & curate elected 1 of 5 chief burgesses
102 1659 Wood   Anthony     writer  
98 c 1639 Wood   Anthony     historian  
9 FN91   Wood   Anthony       "Life & Times of "
119 pre 1865 Woodhouse   Gordon   Bolton, LAN architect Wesleyan chapel Marlborough Road
73 c 1554 Woodhull   Fulk   Mollington    
29 FN3   Wood-Jones           "Trad. Dom. Archit. Banbury Region"
31 FN16   Wood-Jones           "Trad. Dom. Archit. Banbury Region"
62 1485 Wright   Thomas   Banbury    
102 1789 Wyatt   James     architect  
87 1801 - 1821 Wyatt   Joseph   "White Lion" Innkeeper & Postmaster  
68 1830's - 1861 Wyatt   T.H.     brewer owned Bridge St site
104 1864 Wyatt Miss     Banbury   paid for nave painting
121 c 1732 Wyatt   James     benefactor  
66 late 1830's Wyatt   T.H.   Bridge Street brewer  
33 pre 1807 Wyatt   Joseph   "Unicorn" Inn Innkeeper  
46 1218 Wykeham   Avice wife of Robert      
46 1218 Wykeham   Ralph son of Robert
and Avice
     
46 1279 Wykeham   Robert de        
47 1346 Wykeham Sir Robert        
47 1412 Wykeham Sir Thomas        
48 1805 Wykeham   Fiennes        
46/7 c 1323 - d. 1331 Wykeham Sir Robert        
47 post 1331 - pre 1346 Wykeham   Elizabeth relict of Sir Robert      
46 pre 1218 Wykeham   Robert de        
71 1218 Wykeham de   Avice Widow of Robert   mill owner Wickham Mill
71 1218 Wykeham de   Ralph son of Avice   mill owner Wickham Mill
71 1279 Wykeham de   Robert     mill owner Wickham Mill
28 1279 Wykeham family           at Wickham Park
105 FN26 1552 Wyse   John     occupier of land  
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93 1857 Yate   Edward   Islington landowner candidate for MP
57 1809 Young   Arthur     Writer  
65 1809 Young   Arthur     writer difficulties of plush weavers


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