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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Condicote

    Parishes Condicote CONDICOTE Condicote is a small and remote parish lying on an exposed slope of the Cotswolds three miles northwest of Stow-on-the-Wold . The parish is 1,250 a. in area, and compact though irregular in shape, averaging 11/2

    Parishes Great Rissington

    Parishes Great Rissington GREAT RISSINGTON Great Rissington lies three miles south-east of Bourton-on-the-Water , on the east bank of the River Windrush . The parish is 2,493 a. in area and is compact in shape. The Windrush forms the

    Parishes Westcote

    Parishes Westcote WESTCOTE The parish of Westcote lies on the eastern edge of the county, four miles south-east of Stow-on-the-Wold and six miles north of Burford ( Oxon .), its eastern boundary coinciding with the county boundary with Oxfordshire

    Parishes Great and Little Barrington

    Parishes Great and Little Barrington GREAT AND LITTLE BARRINGTON Great Barrington and Little Barrington , lying on the eastern border of the county three miles west of Burford ( Oxon .) and six miles east of Northleach , were

    Parishes Little Rissington

    Parishes Little Rissington LITTLE RISSINGTON Little Rissington, anciently called Rissington Basset, 1 is a parish of 1,475 a. lying on the east bank of the River Dikler . This river, with the River Windrush below the confluence of the

    Parishes Upper Slaughter

    Parishes Upper Slaughter UPPER SLAUGHTER Upper Slaughter, three miles south-west from Stow-on-the-Wold and two miles north-west from Bourton-on-the-Water , is an ancient parish of 1,851 a. 1 and irregular shape stretching from the River Windrush to the River Dikler

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE C. 1800

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE The ancient parish of Swalcliffe covered an area of 6,946 a. on the high ground of north-west Oxfordshire , about 51/2 miles south-west of Banbury , its western boundary forming the county boundary between Oxfordshire and

    Ecclesiastical history

    Ecclesiastical history Ecclesiastical History The ecclesiastical history of Oxfordshire begins at the year 634, the date of the coming of Birinus. The account of him that is given us in Bede is that, on his journey from Italy ,

    Index A - Z

    Index A - Z Note. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may need elucidation: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; bp., bishop; bro., brother; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine;


    Index Note. The following abbreviations have been used: Abp., Archbishop; Abr., Abraham; acct., account; admin., administration; adv. (advs.), advowson(s); Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Archd., Archdeacon; Art., Arthur; b., born; Baldw., Baldwin ; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben.,

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