Findspot - a Bronze Age arrowhead and two flint flakes were found in the area of the Burton Dassett Hills.
Findspot - a spearhead dating to the Bronze Age was found 800m south west of Newbold Comyn Park.
Oakley Wood Camp, the possible site of an Iron Age hillfort. Substantial banks are visible as earthworks within the wood. An alternative suggestion is that the banks are connected to the management of the woodland. The site is located 1km north of Ashorne Hill.
Four possible linear feature are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. It is possible that at least one of these may be a Prehistoric pit alignment. They are located 600m south west of the church, Hunningham.
Several small enclosures, pits, and linear features show up on aerial photographs, and probably represent an Iron Age settlement. The site is located 600m north west of Ratley Church.
A linear feature, possibly a pit alignment, is visible as a cropmark on aerial photogrpahs. It is situated 600m north of Bubbenhall.
A Prehistoric pit alignment was found during an archaeological excavation. The pit alignment is also visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It was situated at Ling Hall quarry, Church Lawford.
The site of a possible settlement dating to the Iron Age. Enclosures are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. It is located 1km north east of the church, Sherbourne.
The line of a trackway, possibly dating from the Prehistoric period, exists in parts as a tarmaced road and partially as an earthwork, which is visible on aerial photographs. It runs north from Warwick Road, Henley to Camp Hill.
A series of flint objects found during metal detecting. Flints generally dated to Neolithic period.