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Sarsden, Oxfordshire 1863 Directory

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Sarsden 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co Directory listing

SARSDEN is a somewhat scattered parish in the hundred of Chadlington; the village is situate on the banks of the Evenlode, 3 1/4 miles S.W. from Chipping Norton, and 78 from London. The church is a small ancient edifice; the living is a rectory, value 270 in the deanery of Chipping Norton, and patronage of the lord of the manor, James Haughton Langston, Esq., M.P., of Sarsden House. In 1861 the parish contained 166 inhabitants.

Barter Rev Charles, MA, Rectory
Langton James Haughton esq, MP, Sarsden house

Andrews Henry, agent to J. H. Langston, esq. Sarsden cottage
Cox Isaac, carpenter
Freeman John, farmer
Greenshield John, gardener
Hooper John, farm bailiff
Lambert Samuel, farm bailiff, Lodge farm
Townsend William, farm bailiff

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