Marston history

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Descriptions of Marston
From old magazines and directories

Marston’s listed buildings
Fifteen listed buildings and eight listed structures

Famous people of Marston

From a Jack Russell terrier to
Baron Florey

Miscellaneous history
Street names, war memorials,
old pictures of Marston ,
and Marston’s vicars

A brief history of New Marston

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See also: Marston’s First World War dead

Marston schools
Children going from school to St Nicholas’s Church on Ash Wednesday

Marston FerryThe Victoria Arms and the Marston Ferry, shown on a postcard with a 1904 postmark

Marston was part of the Manor of Headington, so please also explore the history of Headington. Some of the Lords of the Manor of Headington, for instance, were also Vicars of Marston.

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