The Assendon Museum is a virtual museum, hence the title 'The Assendon e-Museum'.
The village of Lower Assendon in South Oxfordshire, England inspired it. However,
the e-museum is not just about Lower Assendon and its neighbourhood. It also reflects
the interests and travels of its curator, who grew up in the village.
The exhibits are generally in pdf file format. Clicking on an appropriate picture
will open the document.
Latest site update: 12th Apr il 2017
Contains items relating to the villages of the Assendons, Bix, Ewelme, Nettlebed,
Pishill and Stonor.
Contains items relating to antique maps of Oxfordshire, the rest of the world and
Contains items relating to Henley-on-Thames and the 1st Henley-on-Thames Scout Group
Contains photographs of Lower Assendon, South Oxfordshire and other local villages
and photographs from my holidays overseas.
A list of the references used in compiling the articles for The Assendon e-Museum
If you have any comments or queries about the Assendon e-museum, you can email the
curator by clicking on the Contact the Curator banner.
Contains items relating to Fawley, Hambleden, Shirburn, Turville and local railways.