Location: South Leigh, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Surnames/tags: One_Place_Studies England Oxfordshire
South Leigh is a village and civil parish on Limb Brook, a small tributary of the River Thames, about 2 1⁄2 miles (4 km) east of Witney in Oxfordshire.
Information about South Leigh from A Vision of Britain Through Time. South Leigh, Oxfordshire
Present Day Village
The Village has a website with local information and also some historical information about the village. Village Website
Many of my ancestors lived in South Leigh/Southleigh or in the surrounding villages, Cogges, High Cogges North Leigh, Eynsham, Stanton Harcourt, Ducklington.
I am tracing the family tree of the village using, census images, parish registers, newspapers and any other information I can find.
South Leigh Memorial Inscriptions
From the Parish Church St. James the Great WWI and WWII Memorial Inscriptions.Memorial Inscriptions
I visited the village this summer and took pictures of many of the buildings that currently exist. The plan is to create map/maps showing the village changing through time.
Connecting profiles of all the residents of the village and finding their places in the family tree.
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