Thame Local History
Early Stuart Period Dates (1604 - 1641)
|1605||Sir Richard Wenman suspected of complicity in Gunpowder Plot. References|
The grandson of Henry Norreys committed suicide,
the manor of Thame passed to his daughter, Emma Wray.
A 'lost inn' of Thame, the Wheele, changed hands. References
Tenants in part of Priestend field ordered to hedge off their land. References
|1625||King Charles I visited the Wrays at Rycote Palace.|
|1626||The Wrays leased the manor of Thame to Vincent Barry (probable date).|
Sir Richard Wenman made 1st Viscount Wenman by Charles I.
The puritan Thomas Hennant became Vicar of Thame.
The puritan William Burt became Headmaster of Thame Grammar School. More