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D456: Owlpen Manorial Records
D979: Records of Daunt and Stoughton families of Owlpen,1566���1935 (deposited by Miss M.E. Stoughton, July 1953). NRA 10637 Stoughton.
Daunt family: Manorial records of Owlpen, 1761; deeds of Owlpen, Uley and elsewhere, 1566���, County Cork (Ireland), 1614���1815; Owlpen estate and household accounts, correspondence and papers, 1622���1796; Irish estate accounts and notes, nd [late 17th cent.], 1804���1815; family diaries, letters, accounts, testamentary papers and pedigrees, 1604���1841; legal papers, 1622���1758; copy of [glebe terrier] of Owlpen, 1705; correspondence and notes on history of family, 1912���1935.
Stoughton family: Deeds of Owlpen, Uley and elsewhere, 1838���, county Kerry and county Cork (Ireland), 1748���1833, Middlesex, 1824; Owlpen estate correspondence, valuation and papers, 1850���1871; sale particulars of Old Manor House, Owlpen, 1925; Owlpen and Irish estates correspondence, accounts and papers, 1789-1838; Monmouth-shire estate deeds, 1691���1837, and correspondence, 1799���1803; family settlements, correspondence, testamentary papers and bank pass books, 1748-1886; legal papers, 1704���1841; papers of Thomas Stoughton as High Sheriff of Monmouthshire, 1797; commissions to Thomas Stoughton as Deputy Lieutenant for Monmouthshire, 1803, and for county Kerry (Ireland), 1832, and to Thomas A. Stoughton for Gloucestershire, 1852; correspondence concerning dispute over Owlpen glebe, 1843���44.
D654/II/21/T16: ���Ruinous' cottage and parcel of pasture adjoining; two messuages lately erected on part of Owlpen Mead, 1696. Marriage settlement: Thomas Longe of Owlpen, clothier, and Bridget Wight, spinster of Kingscote, 1696.
Bishop���s Transcripts: GDR/V1/176 Letters re Bishop���s transcripts not returned (includes Newington Bagpath and Owlpen), 1613���1812; GDR/V2/1 Owlpen glebe terrier, 1832; GDR/V5/225T Bishop���s papers re Uley with Owlpen, 1622; GDR/V14/1/71 Archdeacon���s papers relating to Owlpen with Uley and Nympsfield, 1928���66; GDR/V15/1/81 includes order in council for the creation of the united benefice of Uley with Owlpen and Nympsfield, 1966.
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Furney, Richard:GRO/D6755 (NRA 37099 BGAS)
D2909: Norman Jewson of Sapperton and Owlpen, architect,1905-1938 (given by Miss N. Jewson); photographs and sketches 1905-1938; business records.
D2299/2444: Records of Bruton, Knowles & Co., of Gloucester: Owlpen Estate, Manor and Farm, Owlpen; Uley, Sales Particulars plans, photos; correspondence, 1921-42
D2876/1: Ledger of Peter van der Waals of Chalford, cabinet maker and joiner. Owlpen (chestnut floor), 1926.
D2078/4-7: Daunt and Stoughton families: estates in Gloucestershire and Ireland, (dates: 1360 ��� 1972) (deposited by Penley, Milward and Bayley, Solicitors, Dursley: Acc 4311) (NRA 23791 Penley, Milward)
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Public Record Office
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Nicholas Daunt���v.���Alice Vele as having guaranteed him from loss through becoming surety for Morris Eliott; she can have no fair trial in Bristol. Certiori. Bristol, 1386���1486. C 1/64/884.
Christopher Daunt. Inquisition post mortem, 1543/4. C 142/69/76.
John Daunt. Inquisition post mortem, 1547/8. C 142/84/78.
Thomas Da[u]nt���v.���Robert Basset. Detention of deeds relating to a messuage and land in Old Newington, late of John Ou[l]pen (Ulpen). Chancery bill of complaint,circa 1544���51. C1/1212/18.
Joan Basset���v.���Thomas Da[u]nt. Forcible ouster from a tenement in Bagpath, Glos. Star Chamber proceedings, 28 Jan 1547 to 6 Jul 1553. STAC 3/3/68.
Thomas Daunte. Inquisition post mortem, 1577/8. C 142/84/78. 148/181/107.
Berkeley���v.���Dants, Guilliam and Mills. Star Chamber proceedings, 1578/9. STAC 5/B14/16
Thomas Daunt���v.���John Bridgeman. Star Chamber proceedings, before Sir Edward Coke, January 1604. STAC 8/4/2.
Thomas Daunte. Inquisition post mortem, 1622/3. C 142/711/64; C 142/766/62.
T.A. Stoughton and T.B. Lloyd-Baker, 24 Nov. 1870. MAF 11/63.
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
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V&A Museum: Archive of Art and Design
James Powell & Sons Ltd, stained glass manufacturer: designs for Owlpen church baptistery
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