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Hagbourne Mill, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: BB95/16213
©  Crown copyright.NMR
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Waterwheel, Hagbourne Mill, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: BB95/16214
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Hagbourne Mill, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: BB95/16236
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Coscote Farm, Coscote, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC73/00323
Reproduced by permission of Historic England
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St Andrews Church, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02269
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St Andrews Church, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02270
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St Andrews Church, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02271
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St Andrews Church, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02272
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St Andrews Church, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02273
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Village Cross, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02274
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Village Cross, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02275
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Village Cross, East Hagbourne, Oxfordshire
Ref no: CC97/02276
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