Oxon was a gentleman of a good estate, and a strong and valiant person.
Thomas Goodewyn, of Alkerton (Oxon), a large sheepfarmer, bequeathed 2s.
Veni ad capitulum fratrum nostrorum Oxon, proponens vos personaliter visitasse; sed jam istud iter impedivit debilitas corporalis.
Anno Domini <1617/8> he was admitted at Magdalen-hall, in Oxon.
Et mandatum est vicecomiti Oxon quod Insulam illam eis habere faciat.
There is a beautiful group of Elms at Mongewell, Oxon, which are in full vigour.
Et Mandatum est vicecomiti Oxon quod mesuagium illud loco Regis recipiat ad opus eorundem ffratrum.
Yet can there be no doubt that he of Oxon was only obeying his ordination vow.
Bodley has left us his own account of the matter:—'I concluded at the last to set up my staff at the library-door in Oxon.
"Oxon" hardly appears to appreciate the limitations or the difficulties of his scheme.