List of Colour Plates and Tables

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A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 18. Originally published by Boydell & Brewer for the Institute of Historical Research, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 2016.

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List of Colour Plates

Between pages xvi and 1

1 Looking south from Swyncombe Downs. (VCH © University of London)
2 Looking west down the Chiltern scarp near Nuffield. (VCH © University of London)
3 Newington church and rectory house: detail from an estate map of 1595. (By permission of the Warden and Fellows of All Souls College, Oxford; Codrington Library Warden's MS 3, ff. 42v.–43)
4 Warborough green: detail from an estate map of 1606. (By permission of the President and Fellows of Corpus Christi, College, Oxford; MS 533, Langdon Maps I/22)
5 Huntercombe manor house (Nuffield parish): detail from an estate map of 1665. (Northamptonshire Record Office, L(C) 2486; reproduced by kind permission of NCC Northamptonshire Archives and Heritage Services)
6 Great Haseley church and manor house: detail from an estate map of 1729. (St George's Chapel, Windsor, CC 11232/3; reproduced by permission of the Dean and Canons of Windsor)
7 The shared fields of Benson, Ewelme, and Berrick Salome: detail from Richard Davis's map of 1788. (Bodleian Library, (R) MS C17:49 (141); by permission of The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)
8 Chalgrove, No. 59 High Street. (VCH © University of London)
9 Ewelme: Fords Farm. (VCH © University of London)
10 Nettlebed: the former Bull Inn. (VCH © University of London)
11 Benson: the former Red Lion. (VCH © University of London)
12 Ewelme: the former grammar school. (VCH © University of London)
13 Ewelme: the almshouse cloister entrance. (VCH © University of London)
14 Chalgrove church, showing 14th-century wall paintings. (Photo by courtesy of Bob Heath-Whyte)
15 Ewelme church, St John's chapel, showing Alice de la Pole's tomb. (Photo by courtesy of Liam Tiller)

List of Tables

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1 Population 1086–1901. 10
2 Comparative Poor Relief Costs, 1783–1814. 16
3 Open-field land titheable to Benson, Berrick Salome, and Ewelme, 1788. 43