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Shenington, Banbury, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Shenington 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

SHENINGTON is a parish in the union of Banbury, situate on the borders of Gloucestershire, 6 miles N.W. of Banbury, and 29 from Oxford. The church, which stands on an eminence, is of the decorated and perpendicular styles of architecture, dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The living is a rectory, in the diocese of Worcester, value 320 per annum, in the patronage of the Earl of Jersey; the Rev. Edward Robert Hughes, M.A., is incumbent. There is a chapel for dissenters, and a free school. The population in 1861 was 415; acreage, 1538.


Gentry
Hughes Rev Robert Edwd., M.A.
Middleton Miss Elizabeth
Miller Robert, esq

Traders.
Alcock John, grocer
Anderton John, farmer
Barnes Thomas, maltster and beer retailer
Bird John, shoemaker
Bird Samuel, beer retailer
Boyce George, mason
Butler Frederick J., butcher
Coles Edward, draper
Cooke Henry, farmer
Cooke Walker, wheelwright
Chambers _, farmer
Deeley John, farmer
Golby William, Bell Inn
Goode William, farmer
Griffin Charlotte (Miss) shopkeeper
Gunn Geo., miller & mealman
Hancox William, mason
Harris Thos., wholesale butcher
Hawkes John, cattle dealer
Hawtin Jesse, shoemaker
Hawtin Samuel, farmer
Hewens William, farmer
Hopkins John, farmer
Horseman John, sculptor and stonemason
Roberts Thomas, blacksmith
Robins James, carrier
Shelswell John, farmer
Shelswell John Ward, farmer
Smith John, tailor & postmaster



Post Office. John Smith, sub-postmaster, Letters arrive by foot-post from Banbury at 9-30 a.m.; dispatched at 4 p.m.
Free School, Mrs Lane, mistress
Carrier To Banbury. James Bobbins, to Plough, mon., thurs., and sat.


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