The Iffley History Society

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The River Thames, Iffley Lock and part of Iffley
Village, 1875.
Does the lock look different?
Find out how it has changed,


Dedicated to John Perrott (1927- 2001)
Founder Chairman of the Iffley History Society.

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Last updated 26.06.14



W
elcome to The Iffley History Society website
(formerly the Iffley Local History Society), packed with information on the history of the English village of Iffley, near Oxford, by a lock on the River Thames.

Don't miss:
- Interactive Maps with 38 pages of information on individual sites in the village.
- Old maps of Iffley on the History Page.
-
Lists of Iffley surnames, 1576-1901, on the Iffley People page.

Built in 1170, one of the finest examples of
Romanesque architecture in the country. Read more.

Literary Iffley

 

Iffley Fifty Years Ago
Village Life.
"...a sort of Cranford"
.
1955 article by S.P.B.Mais.

 

 

 




Iffley Saxon Brooch Find,
Gilt-Bronze with Garnets

(British Museum)

News:
** "The Pedlar of Iffley", learning
about local history through Storytelling at Rose Hill Primary School.
** The forthcoming East Oxford Archaeology project, stay tuned for news.

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