Oxfordshire Parish Registers and Bishop's Transcripts

Oxfordshire (pre-1974)

A

  • Adderbury, East and West (Bloxham Hundred; Banbury Poor Law Union) townships in the ecclesiastical parish of Adderbury - see Adderbury (St. Mary)
  • Addington = Attington (p. Tetsworth)
  • Aldbury = Albury
  • Allscot(t) = Alvescot
  • Amersdon = Ambrosden
  • Am(m)ington = Emmington
  • Arncott [Lower + Upper] (Bullingdon Hundred; Bicester Poor Law Union), chapelry of Ambrosden, but without registers - see Ambrosden regs.
  • Ascott (hamlet) - see Gt. Milton, Little M. after 1844, and Stadhampton after 1932 Ascott d Oyley, Ascott Earl - see Ascott under Wychwood
  • Ashford Mill - see Northleigh
  • Assarts - see Asthall
  • Assendon Cross, Assendon, Lower - see Henley
  • Assendon, Middle - see Bix
  • Assendon, Upper (Pirton [or Pyrton] Hundred; Henley Poor Law Union), liberty - see Pyrton
  • Assington = Assendon
  • Asterleigh (Wootton Hundred; Woodstock Poor Law Union), ancient parish united with Kiddington; without church or registers - see Kiddington regs.
  • Aston - see Bampton; and see also entry under BAMPTON ASTON
  • Aston, Great = Aston, North
  • Aston Hill, Aston House - see Aston Rowant
  • Aston, Middle (Wootton Hundred; Woodstock Poor Law Union) township -see Steeple Aston
  • Aston Place - see Aston Rowant
  • Aston, Steeple - see under STEEPLE ASTON
  • Astrop - see Brize Norton (or King s Sutton, Northamptonshire, in the Peculiar of Banbury)
  • Atterbury = Adderbury
  • Attington (Thame Hundred; Thame Poor Law Union), extra-parochial -see Tetsworth

B

C

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E

F

G

  • Gagingwell - see Enstone
  • Gallows Tree Common - see Kidmore End or Caversham
  • Gangsdown Hill - see Nuffield
  • Gatehampton - see Goring
  • Gaunthouse Mill - see Standlake
  • Gibraltar - see Bletchingdon
  • Gill Mill - see Cogges
  • Godstow (Wootton Hundred; Woodstock Poor Law Union), extra-parochial ­see Wolvercote
  • Golden Ball(s) - see Baldon, Marsh
  • Golder (Pirton [or Pyrton] Hundred; Henley Poor Law Union), liberty - see Pyrton
  • Gorwell - see Watlington
  • Gosford - see Kidlington
  • Grafton (Bampton Hundred; Faringdon Poor Law Union), township - see Langford
  • Grandpont (Grampound) (Hormer Hundred, Berkshire/Oxford Borough; Oxford District Poor Law Union), tithing - see Oxford St. Aldate or Oxford St. Matthew after 1891
  • Grange - see Swalcliffe (or Bruern Grange)
  • Gravell Hill - see Henley or Rotherfield Peppard
  • Graven Hill - see Bicester
  • Greenend - see Chadlington
  • Greenfield (Pirton [or Pyrton] Hundred; Henley Poor Law Union), liberty -see Watlington
  • Greenmoor Hill - see Goring or South Stoke
  • Greys = Rotherfield Greys
  • Grey's Court, Grey's Green, Grey's Hill - see Rotherfield Greys
  • GRIMSBURY St. Leonard (King s Sutton Hundred, Northamptonshire; Banbury Poor Law Union). Formerly chapel of ease to Banbury, South, Christ Church - see entry under BANBURY ST. LEONARD.
  • Grimsbury, Methodist - see under Banbury, Methodist, West Street
  • Grove Ash - see Sandford St. Martin
  • Grove Leys - see Holton
  • Grove Mill - see Bloxham
  • Gurney (Langtree Hundred; Bradfield Poor Law Union), tithing -see Mapledurham

H

I

J

  • Jericho - see Oxford St. Barnabas, Oxford St. Paul and Oxford St. Thomas
  • Juniper Hill - see Cottisford

K

L

  • Ladyham - see Fulbrook
  • Lambridge - see Henley
  • Lane End - see Newington, nr. Wallingford [N.B. Lane End, an ecclesiastical parish, nr. High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire]
  • Langford (hamlet) - see Bicester
  • Langley (Great and Little) - see Shipton under Wychwood
  • Langley Hall - see Chalgrove
  • Langton = Launton
  • Lashbrook Mission Church - no separate registers ­see Shiplake regs.
  • Lashlake - see Thame La(t)chford - see Haseley, Great
  • Launder - see Watlington
  • Launton, Congregational MI 1991 OCL?
  • Lea, Lower and Upper - see Swalcliffe
  • LEAFIELD (with WYCHWOOD) St. Michael and All Angels
  • Ledall - see Waterperry
  • Ledwell - see Sandford St. Martin
  • Lee Place, Leesrest - see Charlbury
  • Lemhill (Leamill or Lenhill), Great and Little - a detached portion of the county of Oxford (in the parish of Broughton Poggs) until 1844, when it was transferred to Gloucestershire - see Broughton Poggs regs.
  • LEW (Bampton Hundred; Witney Poor Law Union) - see Bampton and BAMPTON LEW after 1842
  • LEWKNOR-UP-HILL (part Lewknor Hundred, Oxon, part Desborough Hundred, Buckinghamshire; Wycombe Poor Law Union), township -see under CADMORE END; and see also Lewknor and Ackhampstead
  • Lidstone - see Enstone
  • Littlestoke - see Checkendon
  • Littleworth - see Cuddesdon, Wheatley and Benson, or Wootton (N.B. Littleworth in the parish of Faringdon, formerly Berkshire)
  • Lobb - see Haseley, Great
  • Lobbersdown Hill - see Haseley, Great
  • Long Cross - see Mapledurham
  • Lowbarrow - see Leafield or Shipton under Wychwood
  • Lowhill - see Stoke, South
  • Luddesden - see Thame
  • Ludwell - see Wootton
  • Lukenor or Lutenor = Lewknor
  • Lyneham (Chadlington Hundred; Chipping Norton Poor Law Union), chapelry of Shipton under Wychwood until 1895, when annexed to Milton under Wychwood - no separate registers - see Shipton or Milton under Wychwood regs. 2G

M

N

O

  • Oakley - see Chinnor [N.B. Oakley, an ancient parish in Buckinghamshire]
  • Oatlands - see Warborough
  • Osnel Hill - see Shilton
  • Osney Hill (or Horse-in-the-Hill), extra-parochial -see Northleigh
  • Osney, New = Oxford St. Frideswide
  • Ot Moor - see Charlton on Otmoor (or Oddington)
  • Otney (or Otteney) - see Culham
  • Overthorpe - see Banbury (St Mary)
  • Overton - see Brightwell Baldwin
  • OVER WORTON - see under WORTON, OVER
  • Overy - see Dorchester
  • Oxey Mead - see Begbroke and Yarnton

P

  • Padnalls - see Lewknor
  • Park Corner - see Swyncombe
  • Park (Place) - see Goring
  • Path Hill - see Whitchurch
  • Pa(ya)bles - see Stoke, South
  • Pebble Hill - see Baldon, Marsh and Toot
  • Pemscott - see Alvescot
  • Penley - see Stokenchurch (now Buckinghamshire)
  • Peppard or Pepper = Rotherfield Peppard
  • Phyllis Court - see Henley
  • Pinkhill - see Stanton Harcourt
  • Pirton = Pyrton
  • Pissle or Pistle = Pishill
  • Pixey Mead - see Begbroke and Yarnton
  • Plumbridge - see Lewknor
  • Poffley End - see Hailey or Witney
  • Poodle - see Godington
  • Poole Mill - see Leafield or Shipton under Wychwood
  • Poole's Lodge - see Leafield or Shipton under Wychwood
  • Poors - see Ipsden
  • Portobello - see Shirburn
  • Portways - see Pyrton
  • Postcombe (Lewknor Hundred; Thame Poor Law Union), chapelry of Lewknor, but without registers - see regs. for Lewknor (or Cadmore End (now Buckinghamshire) after 1852) 8D
  • Potter's (Hill) Lodge - see Shipton under Wychwood
  • Pound Hill - see Tackley
  • Pratley's Lodge - see Leafield or Shipton under Wychwood
  • Prescote (Banbury Hundred; Banbury Poor Law Union), lordship; extra-parochial - see Cropredy 5K
  • Preston Crowmarsh - see Benson
  • Priestend (Thame Hundred; Thame Poor Law Union), liberty - see Thame
  • Priest Hill - see Witney
  • Priory Mill - see Over Norton p. Chipping Norton
  • Pudlicote - see Shorthampton and Charlbury
  • Purgatory - see Steeple Barton
  • Purrance - see Asthall

Q

  • Queensford Mill - see Dorchester
  • Queenswood - see Pyrton

R

S

T

U

  • Underdown Mill - see Standlake
  • Uphill - see Lewknor
  • Upper End - see Fulbrook
  • Upper Mill - see Chipping Norton
  • Upsgrove = Warpsgrove
  • Upton and Signet - see Burford
  • Uxmoor - see Ipsden

V

  • Vicker - see Stoke, South

W

Y

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