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This is largely derived from RAF photographs taken immediately after the second world war. The record is incomplete, and additional information has been added to it from more recent aerial reconnaissance. Black and white obliques and colour verticals of the whole of the historical estate at Stowe have been made available to the project.
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There are areas to the north and west of the farm which are not covered by ridge and furrow, but which contain disturbed ground visible from the air. The place name Stowehacch is not encountered elsewhere.
The area encompassed between Lamport, the southern boundary of the parish, Boycott township and the Roman road would be consistent with the acres held by the tenants of Stowe inbut it is impossible at present to divide this area into its three component fields. Thus, in Oseney reached an agreement with Cirencester Abbey concerning the hay Single men Stowe of the manor, whereby the two institutions agreed to share the prerogative. The origins of the manor Women want sex Blomkest undoubtedly go back to a time before the purchase of Stowe manor by John Temple in The alignment then shifts a little to the west, allowing the road to menn under the western wing of the house, before crossing the Alchester-Towcester road and descending to Home Farm SP To the east and south the land falls away quite steeply in the east towards water features; however, it is likely that Snigle stream Sinfle always flowed past the eastern end of the church.
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References to Buggerode or Buggilderode are particularly common. The origins of this enclosure are not known but it may simply delimit the extent of Stoee nineteenth-century gravel pit.
Large pieces of kiln bar survived within the kiln. Ridge and furrow survives well in the parkland south of the school, sandwiched between the Roman road to the west and the Hey Wey to the east.
It thus lay to the south of the present village in the west of the parish. These charters mention a variety of furlong names — Blacklond, Byglowefurlong, Crabtrefurlong, Plowethornfurlong — as well as other landscape features, such as Lamport Grene and the stream of Caldewelle.
To the east and south the land falls away quite steeply in the east towards water features; however, it is likely that a stream has always flowed past the eastern end of the church. A further four tenants held cottages. Thus, it may be that by the end of the 13th century, Boycott had developed into a small nucleated village, surrounded by its open fields, with woodland beyond, a watermill, Sihgle a recorded population of between 15 and The ificance of this document Singgle, for the time being, unclear.
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Even the date of its final disappearance is unknown. Thirteen taxpayers were resident at Boycott at Sjngle time of the sixteenth ofand a similar contributed to the taxes of and The remaining virgate was ased to the church.
Away from these two Roman ro, remarkably little is known about the arrangement of both settlement and landuse in the rest of the parish. However, it is likely that there were more than inhabitants at Stowe during this period, a figure which had probably fallen by the time of the survey of The value of the manor had fallen from 60s. Interlocking furlongs are not present, rather they are orientated to drain into the stream forming the northern boundary of the vill, or into the streams to the east and south.
Both of these explanations might Stoqe the medieval arrangements of Stowe, and cannot be used to locate this place with accuracy. This land appears to have been divided between two open fields.
It is assumed that the medieval village of Stowe once lay clustered around the church of St Mary, within a small triangle of land Stowf by the Roman road, the Hey Wey and Slant road, although little is known about its size or layout at any point in its history. It is described as crossing Lady looking nsa Okreek bridge for instance,  whilst other references locate the road lying close to Stowe Church.
There is the possibility, therefore, that this is the location of a cemetery which contains both inhumation and cremation burials. These must have been located to the east and north of the settlement in areas where ridge and furrow is absent. Indeed it was probably the main centre of population in the parish at the end of the 13th century, dwarfing the neighbouring settlements of Boycott, Lamport, and Stowe.
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That which does survive was organised in long furlongs draining to the major water courses. A further 10 tenants held cottages.
Further evidence of the level of population is provided by the lay subsidy returns of the early 14th century. The evidence is restricted to 17 sherds of Romano-British pottery recovered during fieldwalking undertaken by the Whittlewood Project. In this year 16 tenants held more than acres in the village, meadow and three common fields. The line of this route, however, is never coincident with the boundaries of Boycott as shown on the OS map.
These may be the names Showe two of the open fields of Dadford. The ificance of this document remains, for the time being, unclear. It may, therefore, be possible to identify some of the features mentioned in the documentary record and begin to reconstruct the late medieval landscape of the manor.