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Definition funny of Eynsham:
A village outside of Oxford famous for inbreeding hense the term 'inbredsham.'
Hey look at that guy he's got the same eyebrows as his sister...who is also his mum: must be from Eynsham.
Songs about Eynsham:
The Eynsham Poacher by Fairport Convention from the Album Live at Cropredy '08
Eynsham Poacher by Dave Pegg from the Album A Box Of Pegg's
The Eynsham Poacher by Fairport Convention from the Album Nyon Folk Festival 1979, Vol. 1
The Eynsham Poacher by Fairport Convention from the Album From Cropredy To Portmeirion
Eynsham Poaching Song by Tish Stubbs, Paul Wilson, Staverton Bridge Sam Richards from the Album Staverton Bridge
Eynsham Witches by The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band from the Album Party Seven
Johnny So Long / Eynsham Poaching Song by Magpie Lane from the Album The Oxford Ramble: Songs And Tunes Of Oxfordshire
Books about Eynsham:
'lfric's Letter to the Monks of Eynsham (Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England) by Christopher A. Jones (Jan 29, 2007)
Aelfric of Eynsham: His Life, Times, and Writings (Old English Newsletter Subsidia) by Helmut Gneuss (Feb 28, 2009)
Eynsham: Webster's Timeline History, 571 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 8, 2009)
Eynsham: A village and its Abbey by Alan Hardy and Rosalyn Smith (May 1, 2003)
Eynsham cartulary Volume 49 by Eynsham Abbey and H E. 1863-1951 Salter (Aug 31, 2012)
Eynsham Cartulary, Volume 2 by Eynsham Abbey and Herbert Edward Salter (Jun 4, 2011)
Eynsham Cartulary by Eynsham Abbey and Herbert Edward Salter (Jun 5, 2011)
Wiki information Eynsham:
Eynsham is a large village and civil parish about 5 miles north-west of Oxford and about 5 miles east of Witney, in Oxfordshire, England.
Ælfric of Eynsham was an English abbot, as well as a consummate, prolific writer in Old English of hagiography, homilies, biblical commentaries, and other genres. He is also known variously as Ælfric the Grammarian, Ælfric of Cerne, and Ælfric the...