The Origins of Oxford Street Names Ann Spokes Symonds

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Published: November 18th 2010

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The Origins of Oxford Street Names  by  Ann Spokes Symonds

The Origins of Oxford Street Names by Ann Spokes Symonds
November 18th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 224 pages | ISBN: | 9.23 Mb

A detailed 160-page index of the origins of Oxford City street names, prefaced by a number of short illustrated essays:(general topics)* Street Names in the Early Days* Naming Streets in more recent times* Duplicated Names* Evolving Names* OxfordsMoreA detailed 160-page index of the origins of Oxford City street names, prefaced by a number of short illustrated essays:(general topics)* Street Names in the Early Days* Naming Streets in more recent times* Duplicated Names* Evolving Names* Oxfords Lost Church Streets* Snobbery and Street Names* Apostrophes and Spaces* The Perils of Pronounciation* Commemorating Current Celebrities* Honouring Queens(Specific streets and people)* Osney* North and South Parade* Jack Straws Lane* Acland Close* Crotch Crescent* E.

A. Greening Lamborn* Tidmarsh Lane* Missing NamesAnn Spokes Symonds began researching the history of Oxford street names nearly fifty years ago and at one time chaired Oxford City Councils Street Names Sub-Committee. In the 1970s she did a regular programme on Radio Oxford when people telephoned in to ask her the origins of Oxford street names.Nigel Morgan has spent more than thirty years working as a chartered surveyor in and around Oxford and has a good knowledge of the roads and streets of the city.



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