Excerpt from The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Archaeological Journal, Vol. 18: April, 1912
This year I have chosen the Churches of Steventon, Harwell, Didcot and Hagbourne, forming with Blewbury, which was most comprehensively described to our Society only two years ago, a cluster o... f ancient structures Of considerable architectural merit, and all possessing details which will, I trust, merit our careful attention. They all seem to be affected by the same in¿uences which have handed down to us the noble Churches at Cholsey, North Moreton and Long Wittenham, all in this same district, and which I have already brought under the notice of this Society. As usual we can obtain little evidence as to the builders of the Churches, and the history of the parishes and the former residents and owners is of the most meagre description.
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