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    Parishes Princes Risborough

    Parishes Princes RisboroughPRINCES RISBOROUGH Riseberge (xi cent.); Magna Risberge (xiii cent.); Earls Rysebergh (xiv cent.); Princes Risburgh (xv cent.). The parish of Princes Risborough lies on the western side of the county of Buckingham . It contains 3, 9361/4

    Parishes Horsenden

    . 77 In 1574 John Cotton , who then held Horsenden , took estovers in the wood of Hellworke in Princes Risborough ; 78 he also paid 1 lb. of pepper as rent to the lord of Princes Risborough

    The hundred of Desborough Bradenham

    west the level is from 365 ft. to 320 ft. above ordnance datum. The main road runs north-west from Princes Risborough to Wycombe. The village is situated in the west of the parish, off the main road. It is built

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Nutley

    land called Crendon Park, the churches of Long Crendon , with the chapels of Lower Winchendon and Chearsley , Princes Risborough , Hillesden , Ashendon , Chilton with the chapel of Dorton ; the church and chapel of Caversham ,

    Parishes Ilmer

    time of the Commonwealth was also rector of Aston Sandford ; Cornish, presented in 1700 , was curate of Princes Risborough and Kingsey , while a later vicar was also rector of Radnage . 48 The Rev. W. E. Partridge

    Parishes Steeple Claydon

    in 1539 . 55 Between 1542 and 1589 it was included in the same grants as Abbot's Manor , Princes Risborough . 56 Leasehold rights were obtained by Sir Thomas Chaloner , who by his will dated 13 October 1565

    The parishes of Risborough hundred Bledlow

    vicars of Bledlow the name of Timothy Hall ( 1637 ?-90) occurs. He held the livings of Horsenden , Princes Risborough , and Bledlow in succession, being presented to the last named in 1674 . Three years later he became

    The three hundreds of Aylesbury Introduction Index Map to the Three Hundreds of Aylesbury Stone Risborough And Aylesbury

    Hundred (q.v.). The Hundred of Risborough contained the four parishes of Bledlow , Horsenden , Monks Risborough , and Princes Risborough . The parishes contained in the other two hundreds varied, however, at different times; in 1316 the Hundred of

    Hackney Roman Catholicism

    spiritual care of Fathers of Charity. 53 Demol. 1972 , but Retreat survived as home for aged gentlefolk in Princes Risborough (Bucks.) 1988 . 54 Little Sisters of the Poor were in Queen's (later Queensbridge ) Rd., Dalston , before

    City Walls, Gates, and Posterns

    the system had somehow developed from the Burghal Hidage system. 35 Places such as Bloxham , Shipton -underWychwood, and Princes Risborough (Bucks.), however, seem too far from Oxford to have been included in the original 1,300 or 1,500 hides, and

    Parishes Stretton-on-Fosse

    tapestry works at Barcheston . 99 By 1744 the advowson was in the hands of Henry Hawes 100 of Princes Risborough (Bucks.), whose son the Rev. Wright Hawes 101 left two daughters: Elizabeth, the elder, married the Rev. William Longford

    Parishes Monks Risborough

    Both the Great Western and the Great Central Railways run through the parish, but the nearest station is at Princes Risborough . The main road from Aylesbury to High Wycombe passes through the village of Monks Risborough and follows the

    Parishes Great Hampden

    parish. There is practically no village, the people living in scattered farms and cottages. The nearest stations are at Princes Risborough and Great Missenden . There is a common in the southern part of the parish, lying near Blakemore Farm,

    Parishes West Wycombe

    of Dr. Lambert 's charity, arising from sale of letter of allotment. For charity of Katherine Pye see under Princes Risborough . 120 The sum of £4 is received from the trustees annually and divided equally between two poor widows

    The hundred of Banbury THE HUNDRED OF BANBURY

    Roman Road, Akeman Street, formed part of the southern boundary of Charlbury parish, and the route from Droitwich to Princes Risborough , known in the Middle Ages as the Salt Way , ran close to Banbury . Some stone implements

    Parishes Stoke Mandeville

    Two high roads pass through the parish, one from Aylesbury to Wendover , and the other from Aylesbury to Princes Risborough . The latter passes through the village of Stoke Mandeville . The Great Western Railway and the Metropolitan Extension


    near Watlington to Princes Risborough and crossed the north end of Chinnor High Street . It declined in importance during the 19th century and today , though it is still the only way to Princes Risborough , its western end

    Early Man Quaternary geology and Palaeolithic Man

    Chiltern Hills , a residue not uniformly spread over the chalk. It is widespread and thick in th e Princes Risborough district, where the county boundary traverses the Chilterns , and it supports the magnificent beech-woods of this part of

    Parishes Crowell SKETCH MAP OF CROWELL 1839

    the Pleck , and spread along the old road to Crowell Uphill and the modern highway from Watlington to Princes Risborough . 9 What is left of the old village-there were only 22 dwellings in the whole parish in 1951

    All Souls College ALL SOULS COLLEGE ALL SOULS, Medieval Staircase Plan

    Headington (rag, freestone, and ashlar), Taynton and Sherborne (freestone, ashlar, and magni lapides for the statuary), and 'Rysborgh', presumably Princes Risborough (a few magni lapides ). The stone was normally bought from the quarrymen, but sometimes a quarry was leased

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