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General View of Agriculture in Oxon carried out in 1807

  • BCA - 2018.1432
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  • 1807

A general view of agriculture in Oxfordshire carried out in 1807 and published in 1813. Secretary of the board. Arthur Young. Rates, thrashing mills and tillage. Drilling, wheat, beans and tares. Cattle and Labour.Bampton and its hamlets of Ha...

Bampton Community Archive

Extracts copied from the ledger of builder John H. Joyce, 1907-1910

  • BCA - 2017.405
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  • 1907 - 1910

The very large ledge book belonging to builder J H Joyce records his clients' names, addresses and where they lived and Miriam James has copied some out for ease of reading. Although Mr Joyce lived in Bampton it can be seen that he occasion...

Bampton Community Archive

Toys made for Jo Lewington and Terry Rouse by POWs WWII

  • BCA - 2017.913
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  • 1942-1948

Matthew Smalldon from the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock came to talk with Jo Lewington and Terry Rouse about their memories of POWs and both recalled them having toys made by the POWs. Sadly Terry no longer has his but Jo still has ...

Bampton Community Archive

Local place names and a few local farms - by Lloyd Hughes Owens

  • BCA - 2017.697
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  • c1974

Lloyd Hughes Owens sought to find the origin of some local place names - Bampton, Aston, Brize Norton, Lew, Clanfield, Radcot, Black Bourton, Cote, Chimney and Weald. He also mentions a few farms - Mount Owen farm, Coal Pit farm and Backhouse far...

Bampton Community Archive

Domesday and Bampton - notes by Lloyd Hughes Owens

  • BCA - 2017.688
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  • 1974

Lloyd Hughes Owens sourced these facts and the cover Bampton, Bampton Deanery, Eynsham, Welde (Weald today), Shifford, Brighthampton andLew,

Bampton Community Archive