Holton, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Holton 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

HOLTON is a village in the parish of its name, in Bullington hundred, and union of Headington; distant from Oxford 6 miles E. The church is a plain edifice, dedicated to St. Bartholomew. The living is a rectory in the presentation of the Misses Biscoe, and deanery of Cuddesdon, value 400; present incumbent, the Rev. Henry Annesley Tyndale, M.A. A new and handsome school was erected here in 1861, at the sole expense of the Misses Biscoe of Holton Park, who are ladies of the manor. The school is partly supported by proceeds arising from eight acres of land, purchased with 200, an endowment left in 1665 by Dr. Edward Rogers, then rector. Population, 244.
Biscoe Misses, Holton Park
Tyndale Rev Henry Annesley, MD, rector
Tyndale Wm Earle, esq, Holton cottage

Battle John, farmer, Church farm
Chapman Joseph, farmer
Cox Edward, baker
Mobbs Edward, farmer
Parrott Sarah (Miss) farmer
Robins James, farmer & miller
Washington E (Mrs), shopkeeper

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