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In 1811 there were 40 families in 35 houses.

There are eight surviving wills but only two of these have inventories.

Four wills and five inventories survive for this period. They represent prominent families in the parish.

Five wills and ten inventories survive for this period.

Five wills and eight inventories survive for this period.

There are nine surviving wills with ten inventories belonging to them and one inventory of John Smales who died intestate in this period.

Seven wills and four inventories survive for this period.

There are seven wills and nine inventories for this period including the will and inventory of the major freeholder, John Sumner and the copyholder

Five of the eight people for whom probate records survive in this period were copyholders of Corpus Christi College, Oxford properties.

Only three wills and one inventory survive for this period. None were tenants of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. They were presumably subtenants.

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