There are some curious features in the church, and amongst the monumental work are effigies of the time of Edward II.
It was in the near neighbourhood of the town that Edward II.
There can be no doubt but that the foreign purchases of Edward II.
But not content with this, they presently obtained from Edward II.
What is perhaps lost of the grace of form of the crown of Edward II.
Oxford had some share in the events which led to the deposition of Edward II.
From the time of Edward II, the counties paid their knight-representatives 4s.
But Edward II, less royal in power and in taste, destroyed it.
It looked for the moment as if he were destined to emulate the 388exploits of Edward II.
Dugdale states that there was an inn here in the reign of Edward II.