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History[ edit ] Kidlington's toponym is derived from the Old English Cudelinga tun: It is a Grade I listed building. Abraham I Rudhall of Gloucester cast the tenor bell in and the fifth bell in Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the treble, second, third, fourth and sixth bells in ,  the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Behind the church there are archaeological remains of a three-sided moat, and a causeway has recently been discovered which may be of Roman origin.
Roman[ edit ] Under Roman rule between the 1st and 5th centuries AD there were several farms and a burial site in the Bloxham area. In the Domesday Book called the village Blochesham. In the late Anglo-Saxon era Bloxham was part of a large estate, belonging to the Earl of Mercia , stretching from the boundary with Tadmarton and Wigginton in the west to the River Cherwell. As the caput of a hundred it had been important since at least the time of Edward the Elder. Comprising between 8 and 16 local yeomen, the Feoffees were responsible for the well-being of the village community.