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Horton-cum-Studley is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire about 6.5 miles northeast of the centre of Oxford. The hamlet of Studley was originally in two parts: one in Oxfordshire and the other in the Hundred of Ashendon in Buckinghamshire. Horton was always part of Oxfordshire. Horton and all of Studley, including the Buckinghamshire part, were originally part of the ancient parish of Beckley.
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