Fishpond on the Manor's estate, 2008, Thorpe Mandeville
Lower Thorpe Mandeville, 2005
Banbury Lane, Thorpe Mandeville, 2008
The village may have originated as a Danish settlement - Thorpe is an Old Norse name for a village. (Mandeville is a corruption of Amundeville – Richard de Amundeville was lord of the manor during the thirteenth century.) The population has not altered greatly in recent centuries, rarely exceeding 200.
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Weather vane, Manor's stables, 2007, Thorpe Mandeville
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Parish church, 2005, Thorpe Mandeville

Welcome to the website dedicated to the history of the parish of Thorpe Mandeville. Set in the rolling hillsides of south-west Northamptonshire, six miles north-east of Banbury, the rural parish comprises
about 1030 acres (417 hectares). The short, west boundary borders Oxfordshire.


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