Listing details and reprt by Oxfordshire Buildings Record (OBR) in 2019 of the history of the house. Since the report was produced, further consideration has been given to the mark on the Bresummer beam. It is now considered that it was produced by a 'race knife' or scoop knife used to cut more prominent marks (than those used as level marks which are made with a fine blade) in timber. As such, it has a greater likelihood of being an apotropaic (warding off evil) mark. A similar mark has been found on a website in November 2019, which it is thought might be 'Marian' (related to the Virgin Mary).
Sale brochure July 2008, with Estate Agents' measurements and floor plan. Also 32 photographs of interior and exterior held only in WVA.
- Ambrose Farm - notes and list of owners 1798-1960
- Ambrose Farm - Bruce Shepherd's recollections
- Ambrose Farm - Block plan of houses built by Shepherd
- Ambrose Farm - owners and occupiers 1798-2007
- Ambrose Farm - History 1794 to date
- Ambrose Farm - old photos
- Ambrose Farm - photos 1989 and 1994
- Ambrose Farm - internal
- Ambrose Farm - rear addition 1776
- Ambrose Farm - Coach House
- Ambrose Farm - rear garden
- Ambrose Farm - Charlie Shepherd photos
- Ambrose Farm