Tiddington-with-Albury

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Coordinates: 51°44′28″N1°03′25″W / 51.741°N 1.057°W / 51.741; -1.057 Tiddington with Albury is a civil parish in South Oxfordshire. It includes the village of Albury (Ordnance Survey grid reference SP655051) and the larger village of Tiddington (OS Grid ref. SP649051). It was formed by a merger of the civil parishes of Albury and Tiddington in 1932 and in 2011 had a population of 660 across an area of 4.4km². [1]

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South Oxfordshire Non-metropolitan district in England

South Oxfordshire is a local government district in the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire, England. Its council is based in Milton Park, Milton. The areas located south of the River Thames are within the historic county of Berkshire.

Albury, Oxfordshire village in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Albury is a village in the civil parish of Tiddington-with-Albury, about 5 miles (8 km) west of Thame in Oxfordshire.

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  1. Lobel, 1957, pages 8-9