Extract from the Universal British Directory 1791

Extract from the Universal British Directory 1791

Is seated on the rising of a hill; at the bottom of the town runs the river Losield, well supplied with fish, with a large stone bridge over it. The town consists of one principal street, on the West Chester Road, forty-five miles from London, and one cross Street, leading to Aylesbury, which is fixteen miles distant. It is from Leighton Buzzard seven miles, Winslow nine, Stoney Stratford seven, Newport Pagnell seven, and Wooburn five.

 

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Notes on Fenny Stratford

Description of Fenny Stratford from J. J. Sheahan, 1861.

 

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