Iffley, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Iffley 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

IFFLEY is a parish and village in the Headington Union, and hundred of Bullington; 2 miles S. from Oxford, on the banks of the Thames. The church dedicated to St. Mary, presents some of the purest and most perfect specimens extant of the enriched Saxon or early Norman architecture, and ranks among the greatest architectural curiosities of England. Considerable alterations have been made during the lapse of time, but the west end remains nearly as it stood 100 years before Westminister Abbey was orected, and is particularly fine and imposing; the edifice comprises nave and chancel. The living is a perpetual curacy in the deanery of Cuddesdon, endowed by royal bounty, with 600 and 500 parliamentary grant. Bev. Thomas Acton Warburton, DCL., incumbent. The Archdeacon of Oxon ig patron. Here is a Parochial School for boys and girls, and a small school endowed in 1805 with 39 per annum: it was founded for fifteen girls, who are educated and partly clothed. The parish also possesses other valuable charities. Population 975.

Brown Mrs.
Coombe Miss
Marshall Miss
Munday Mr.
Palmer Mrs.
Parker James, esq.
Parker William, esq.
Parsons John, esq.
Rumsey Rev. James
Sanders Miss
Strong Captain H.
Undershcll John, esq., Rose hill
Walford Mrs.
Walsh Henry, esq.
Warburton Rev. Thomas Acton, DCL
Witney, W. esq.
Worne Mr Joseph

Blay Henry, carpenter
Blay Robert, shopkeeper
Blay Thomas, carpenter
Burden Joseph, gardener and flyman
Casey Samuel, mason
Cobb Edward, mason
Collett John, grocer and mason
Collins Thos., miller, Iffley mill
Doman John, shoemaker
French John, butcher
Hamilton Richard, shoemaker
Jackson S. K. (Miss), schoolmistress
Leech M. (Mrs.), Tree Tavern
Ludlow John, farmer
Martiu James, shoemaker
Martin William, shoemaker
Nicliolls J., butcher and farmer
Nutt Joseph, mason
Oakley William, parish clerk and sexton
Pether John, carpenter and beer retailer
Thomas J., farmer
Webb Job, gardener
Webb William, gardener
White John, sen., baker
White William, shoemaker

Post Office. William White, receiver. Letters through Oxford.
Parochia1 School. Mr. Hooper, master; Miss S. K. Jackson, mistress.

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