St Bartholomew's church, Notgrove
The village was recorded as Natangrafum (dative plural) between 716–43. It is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Nategrave or Nategraua, the name coming from the Old English næt graf meaning "wet grove or copse".
There was once a station here, on the Banbury and Cheltenham Direct Railway.
The parish church is dedicated to St Bartholomew. It is a Norman church, believed to be on the site of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery. The church monuments include effigies to the descendants of Richard Whittington; the famous Dick Whittington, thrice mayor of London.
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