George James Dew (1846-1928) lived in Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire. Some of his diaries relating to village life, and the poor law, have been published.
Joseph Wilkins (1820-91) was a topographical artist who lived in Deddington.
Drawings, 19th century, by Joseph Wilkins of the villages of Deddington, Lower Heyford and Steeple Aston; also of churches in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire (mostly in the Bicester area; again Lower Heyford is well represented); and other miscellaneous engravings (mid 18th-mid 19th century), with one of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire; and photographs of Bicester taken in 1902.
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Church buildings | England | Northamptonshire
Church buildings | England | Oxfordshire
Dew | George James | 1846-1928
Wilkins | Joseph | 1820-1891 | topographical artist
Lower Heyford (England)
Steeple Aston (England)
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