List of maps and plans

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A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 7, Dorchester and Thame Hundreds. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1962.

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The maps of Dorchester, Drayton, Great Milton, South Stoke, and Thame are partly based on the Ordnance Survey and are published with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved.

The historical work on the maps was done by Mary Barran, Marjorie Jones, and Mary Lobel. The hundred maps were drawn by G. R. Versey and the rest by Mary E. Potter. All the plans of houses and churches, except Camoise Court, were dated by H. M. Colvin, and all were drawn by J. G. Roberts.

The Hundred of Dorchester 1
The Doyley Estate, Chislehampton, in 1628 6
Camoise Court. From a plan by Margaret Wood (Mrs. Kaines-Thomas) 7
Chislehampton Church. From a plan by E. H. Vaux 15
Dorchester Fields 49
Dorchester Abbey. From a plan by W. R. Alderson 57
Drayton Fields 77
South Stoke Fields 102
The Hundred of Thame. 113
Great Milton Priory. From a plan by H. A. James 119
Great Milton Fields 132
Great Milton Church. From a plan by H. A. James 141
Tetsworth Church before 1846. From a plan in the collection of the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society. 158
Thame in 1959 164
Thame Park. From an unsigned plan 168
Thame Fields 189
Thame Church. From a plan by H. A. James 206
Waterstock Church. From a plan by H. A. James 228