Extracts from 1916 Almanac can be found
Residents of Brize Norton
The village dates from the Middle Ages and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Up to the first half of the 20th century the village was a self-sufficient agricultural community linked with Bampton.
References in the Domesday Book can be found
A full write up is available:
Readers are encouraged to visit the Victorian History Society
Further items about the village are listed in an AtoZ index on
Apart from census information (some reference to which is made
in the volumes about Brize Norton and WW1 & WW2) there two listings
of interest in the column to the left.
ST BRITIUS CHURCH
A guide to St Britius Church
WAR MEMORIAL AND REMEMBRANCE
Supplemental information is shown
RAF BRIZE NORTON
Readers will find much about RAF Brize Norton on the Station's
A to Z INDEX
John Cambray (village blacksmith)
The Story behind Ting Tang Lane
Witney Gazette Article about the formation of the Brize Norton