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Its upper room was endowed by Stonor as a grammar school for boys, and in 1731 Dame Alice Tipping of Ewelme gave a further endowment to increase the number of pupils.
Earlier services to Thame, Wallingford and Reading have been discontinued.
Mears and Stainbank of the Whitechapel Bell Foundry cast the tenor bell in 1869 and the treble and second bells in 1905.
During the English Reformation Oxfordshire had numerous recusant Roman Catholics.
Henry I Knight of Reading, Berkshire cast the fourth bell in 1587. Henry II Knight cast the third and fifth bells in 1663.
Charles and John Rudhall of Gloucester cast the seventh bell in 1785.