EWELME HUNDRED, one of the 14 subdivisions of Oxfordshire, situated in the south-eastern part of the county, and bounded on the N. by the hundred of Thame, on the E. by the hundred of Pynton, on the S. by the hundred of Dorchester, and on the W. by the Thames. It contains the parishes of Berrick-Salome, Brightwell, Baldern, Cuxham, Easington, Ewelme, Great Haseley, Nettlebed, Newington, Nuffield, Swincombe, Warborough, Warps. grove, with parts of Bensington and Ickford, comprising an area of about 25,000 acres.The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) Transcribed by Colin Hinson ©2003
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