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Banbury Castle was built from by Alexander, Bishop of Lincolnand survived into the Civil Warwhen it was besieged. Due to its proximity to Oxfordthe King's capital, Banbury was at one stage a Royalist town, but the inhabitants were known to be strongly Puritan.
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History of Banbury, Oxfordshire In January Banbury was granted royal charter that established legally the town as a borough to be thus governed by the aldermen of the town.
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British Railways closed Merton Street railway station and the Buckingham to Banbury line to passenger traffic at the end of Banburyshire[ edit ] Some old houses in Aynhowhich is claimed to be in Banburyshire Banburyshire is an informal area centred on Banbury, claimed to include parts of Northamptonshire and Warwickshire as well as north Oxfordshire.
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It was a local centre for Anglo-Saxon settlement by the mid-6th century.