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A history of the post-reformation Catholic missions in Oxfordshire [microform] : with an account of the families connected with them

A history of the post-reformation Catholic missions in Oxfordshire [microform] : with an account of the families connected with them

Source : Internet Archive

A history of the post-reformation Catholic missions in Oxfordshire [microform] : with an account of the families connected with them

A history of the post-reformation Catholic missions in Oxfordshire [microform] : with an account of the families connected with them

Source : Internet Archive

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married, first, Mary, daughter of George Brownlow-Doughty, Esq., and secondly, Anastasia, daughter of Mark Browne, Esq., of Eastbourne, Sussex.


Page 309

To Mr. Brownlow-Doughty, at Badgemore, Henley-on-Thames V Sir Thomas Mannock, of Gifford's Hall, co. Suffolk, married,


Page 316

see Henley, p. 299. Sir Philip Doughty in 1674 purchased land in Chesham, Bucks., which still belonged to the family


Page 345

from Heaven an Englishman named Thomas Doughty, who had been banished the country for Religion's sake, conceived the idea of


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Brownlow-Doughty, Mr., of Badgemoor,


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Simon Stock, O.C.D., Rev. Thomas Doughty, 335.