History and Information on Deddington in the County of Oxfordshire.


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Deddington Pubs

Some history of Deddington

More information on Deddington to follow. I probably created the page as I had a link to Deddington from another page. When building the site it is easier to place links as they crop up rather than go back later on. I realise this is frustrating if you were specifically looking for information on Deddington. When creating a page I do however post a few photographs and newspaper articles.

Deddington : Castle House [c.1912[

Deddington : Market Place [c.1909[

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Deddington : Market Square [c.1908[

Deddington : New Street and Old Bakehouse [c.1912[

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"At the petty sessions, on Friday [before the Rev. T. Curme, Holford C. Risley, Esq., and W. M. Foster Melliar Esq.], Robert Payne and John Payne, of Deddington, were charged with being drunk at Deddington on 24th of October. Both defendants pleaded guilty. Robert Payne had been before the Bench twice before, once when he was eight years old; and when asked when the second offence was committed, he replied that he did not remember, as he did not keep any account of it. He was now fined 5s. and 12s. costs, but chose the alternative of seven days at Oxford. John Payne was fined in a like amount, and allowed a fortnight to pay."
Banbury Advertiser : November 5th 1874 Page 5

"At the Special Sessions, on Thursday, before Captain Dashwood, Susannah Tighe was charged by P.C. Hathaway with being drunk and incapable on the previous night. The constable deposed that at half-past ten at night he found the prisoner lying in a ditch on the Clifton Road. He picked her and found she could not stand. She was drunk. A man who said he was her husband was with her. Witness locked her up. Fined 11s. 6d., or seven days."
Banbury Advertiser : July 30th 1885 Page 5

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