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Churchyard project

The History Group is starting a new project in conjunction with the Oxfordshire Family History Society looking at the inscriptions on the gravestones in the churchyard.  Alan Simpson, from the Society, came along to a meeting and gave us valuable information on how to undertake this work and he will come along once we get going to show us the best way to proceed. 

Jim Baldwin has agreed to "project manage" this work and a group of people will meet during the better weather to decipher the inscriptions.  These will then be put on a map  which eventually will be available for anyone who wishes to use it.

As we get more information, it will be uploaded to this site.