Berkshire Historic Buildings

VALE OF THE WHITE HORSE



The Vale of the White Horse District comprises areas of Old Berkshire which were transferred to the jurisdiction of Oxfordshire County Council 1n 1974. It is completely parished. Select the town or village from the list below and click on the name. This will take you to a list of War Memorials in that parish. Names in italics refer to settlements within another parish and clicking on the name will take you to the main civil parish name.

Abingdon
Appleford
Appleton
Ardington
Ashbury
Barcote - see Buckland
Baulking
Beckett
Besselsleigh
Betterton - see Ardington
Blewbury
Botley - see Cumnor
Bourton
Buckland
Buscot
Charlton - see Wantage
Charney Basset
Childrey
Chilton
Coleshill
Compton Beauchamp
Cothill - see St Helen Without
Cumnor
Denchworth
Drayton
Drayton St Leonard - see Drayton
Dry Sandford - see St Helen Without
Duxford - see Hinton Waldrist
East Challow
East Ginge - see West Hendred
East Hanney
East Hendred
East Lockinge - see Ardington
Eaton - see Appleton
Eaton Hastings
Faringdon
Fawker - see Kingston Lisle
Fernham
Frilford
Fyfield
Garford
Goosey
Great Coxwell
Grove
Harwell
Hatford
Hinton Waldrist
Kennington
Kingston Bagpuize
Kingston Lisle
Letcombe Bassett
Letcombe Regis
Little Coxwell
Littleworth
Lockinge - see Ardington
Longcot
Longworth
Lyford
Marcham
Milton
New Hinksey - see North Hinksey
North Hinksey
Odstone - see Ashbury
Pusey
Radcor Bridge - see Littleworth
Radley
Seacourt
Shellingford
Shippon - see St Helen Without
Shrivenham
South Hinksey
Southmoor - see Kingston Bagpuize
Sparsholt
St Helen Without
Stanford in the Vale
Steventon
Sugworth - see Sunningwell
Sunningwell
Sutton Courtenay
Tubney - see Fyfield
Uffington
Upton
Wantage
Watchfield
West Challow
West Ginge - see Ardington
West Hanney
West Hendred
West Lockinge - see Ardington
Whatcombe - see Wantage
Woolstone
Wootton
Wytham








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