Definition funny of Yarnton:

urbanUsually resides between a primary school/nursery and a graveyard/cemetary. Specialises in taximdermy for humans, most common phrases are "Huus veys Baby" and "but ive not finished yet". Sloth like in appearance, to retract any advances from unwelcome visitors. Also uses projectile flem to neutralise his prey before taking advantage of them. You wouldnt want him to babysit for you, or even your worst enemy.

urbanYarnton - coffin raider


Books about Yarnton:

booksYarnton: Iron age and Romano-British settlement and landscape: Results of excavations 1990-98 (Oa Monograph Series... by Gill Hey and Jane R. Timby (Nov 17, 2011)

booksYarnton 1918 by Hearn. Robin (2000)

booksYarnton: Saxon and Medieval Settlement and Landscape (Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph) by Gill Hey (Sep 20, 2004)

booksYarnton: Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement and Landscape: Results of Excavations 1990-98 (OA Monograph) (... by By (author) Jane Timby By (author) Gill Hey (2011)

booksThree Oxfordshire Parishes : A History Of Kidlington, Yarnton And Begbroke by Mary Helen Alicia Dolman, d. 1918, . Stapleton (Sep 24, 2012)

booksThree Oxfordshire Parishes: A History of Kidlington, Yarnton and Begbroke - Primary Source Edition by Mary Helen Alicia Dolman Stapleton (Nov 1, 2013)

booksAlderman Fletcher's Charities to the Poor Inhabitants of Yarnton, with Directions for the Distribution of Them... by William Fletcher (Oct 25, 2013)


Wiki information Yarnton:

English civil parish, City/Town/Village, Administrative Division, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Yarnton is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire about 1 mile southwest of Kidlington and 4 miles northwest of Oxford.

Yarnton railway station
Transit Stop, Location

Yarnton Junction was a three-platform station serving the village of Yarnton, Oxfordshire. It was built in 1861 at the junction of the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway and Witney Railway, north of Oxford. British Railways closed the...