Hughenden

Hughenden has become very well-known because Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, lived at Hughenden Manor from 1847 until his death in 1881. Queen Victoria sent primroses, his favourite flower, to his funeral and these were placed on his grave in Hughenden churchyard, which is visited annually by the Primrose League.

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Great Kingshill

Great Kingshill is situated high on the Chiltern Hills, approximately 3.5 miles from High Wycombe and 1.5 miles from Prestwood.

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Education Provision 1833

Hitchenden or Hughenden Parish, with part of Brands Fee Liberty (Pop. 1,457)

One Sunday School, held in the church, consisting of 70 males and 90 females; supported by private charity. A lending Library is attached.

There are also several small Schools, in which 16 boys and 94 girls are taught lace-making.  The greater part of these children attend the Sunday School.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

Hughenden - description

1861 description of Hughenden from J. J. Sheahan.

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