Droxford, a village in Hampshire, England, has a rich history dating back to Saxon times. Its name originates from “Drocenesford,” meaning the ford where droves of animals crossed the River Meon. In the Domesday Book of 1086, it was recorded as having a mill and a population of around 90. Today, Droxford retains its historic charm, with landmarks like St. Mary and All Saints Church and remnants of its railway heritage attracting visitors.