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Tilgarsley was a village in Oxfordshire. It was recorded as existing in 1279 and was abandoned before 1350 as a result of the Black Death. It is thought to be sited on what is now Bowles Farm, north west of Eynsham. [1]

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  1. Eynsham: Tilgarsley in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 12: Wootton Hundred (South) including Woodstock (1990), pp. 115-116.

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