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Little Tew is a village to the north-west of Oxfordshire, not far from Chipping Norton. Until 1855 it was a chapelry of Great Tew, and no registers were kept there until 1856. In 1930, Little Tew was re-united with Great Tew. These parishes are now united with Over and Nether Worton.

PAR272/4/F1/1 and all the items in PAR272/14 were originally deposited with the Bodleian Library in 1982, and most of the remainder directly with Oxfordshire Archives, when they were assigned the accession number 2566. An appendix gives a concordance of old and new references.

PAR272/1/R3/1, PAR272/1/R6/2, PAR272/3/A/1 PAR272/17/L/1 was deposited with Oxfordshire Record Office in Sept 2002, as accession number 5040

Recatalogued by Robin Darwall-Smith in July 1996, and additional records catalogued by Jenny Childs in Sept 2002.

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