Thame Local History
Early 16th Century Dates (1500 - 1530)
|1500||John Williams was born. More|
Robin Hood games ended at Thame.
Bishop of Lincoln's demesne manor at New Thame was farmed to Geoffrey Dormer.
The market or moot hall at Thame was first mentioned. More
Archbishop Neville gave the farm at Moreton to Balliol College during plagues. References
|1512||Young King Henry VIII passed through Thame, to ringing of the church bells.|
|1520||Rycote Palace built (speculative date).|
|1521||Rycote estate sold to Sir John Heron.|
|1525||The Bishop of Lincoln complained about the state of Thame Park. More|
|1526||John Williams was on the list of Servants of Cardinal Wolsey at Hampton Court . More|
Robert King, brother of the brother-in-law to John Williams, appointed Abbot of Thame Park.
'The Cage' recorded as the property of the Guild of St Christopher. More
|1530||Henry VIII visited Thame and was entertained at the Red Lion.|