Buckinghamshire Parishes (old)

Bow Brickhill Parish

Church: All Saints

Hundred: Newport

Poor Law District: Newport Pagnell

Size (acres):

Easting & Northing: 490234

Grid Ref SP900340 Click to see map

Articles

 

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Newport Hundred - Description from Sheahan 1861

Bow Brickhill

'Little Brickhill, Great Brickhill, Brickhill with a Bow These three Brickhills  Stand all in a row.' As this old rhyme explains, our village straddles a steep hillside and sprawls along three lower roads. At the eastern end, All Saints Church dominates the top of the hill. A mile aw

Bow Brickhill

Bow Brickhill Parish (Pop. 475) One Daily School, containing from 8 to 12 children; the mistress of which is paid £5 per annum by the minister and churchwardens, arising from Mr. Perrott's bequest. Two Sunday Schools, respectively consisting of 70 and 46 children; attached to Wesleyan Me

Bow Brickhill

A description from 1931 and other notes  

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Map

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Bow Brickhill
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Places

 

NameTypeNote
Bow Brickhill PARISH All Saints
Bobrykehill NAMES name for Bow Brickhill in 1526
Bolebrykehill NAMES name for Bow Brickhill in 1535
Boobrikhill NAMES name for Bow Brickhill in 1542
Bowbrikehill NAMES name for Bow Brickhill in 1535
Brichell(e) NAMES name for Bow Brickhill in Domesday Book in 1086
Independent & Baptist NON-CONFORMIST First Mentioned: 1798
Methodist NON-CONFORMIST First Mentioned: 1840. Rbuilt 1879
Primitive Methodist NON-CONFORMIST First Mentioned: 1861
Caldecot PLACE within the parish
Dropshort PLACE within the parish

 

Links

 

Roll of Honour - War Memorial Roll of Honour - War Memorial
Village site Village site
Church Stained Glass Church Stained Glass
Search The National Archives for Bow+Brickhill Search The National Archives for Bow Brickhill
Historical Statistics/Maps Historical Statistics/Maps
Buckinghamahire - All Saints Buckinghamshire Remembers - All Saints

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Records

Parish   Church   Register   Start
Date  
End
Date  
Online
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Publication  
Bow Brickhill   All Saints   Baptisms   1600   1909   Yes,
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Yes,
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Not available
Bow Brickhill   All Saints   Marriages   1604   1911   Yes,
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Yes,
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Not available
Bow Brickhill   All Saints   Burials   1600   1903   Yes,
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Yes,
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Not available

 

Surnames

These were extracted from our own records and presented as a guide.

PositionBefore 1700   18th Century   19th Century   Overall Surnames  
1COOKECOOKBARDENCOOKE
2WHITECOOKEKENTCOOK
3CHEVALLSMITHWESTBARDEN
4WALTONCLARKCLARKEKENT
5BRIGHTWELLCLARKEYATESCLARKE
6COOKWALTONCOOKSMITH
7WALTERWHITEHALLCLARK
8WRIGHTFARRMUNDAYWEST
9DAVISHORECLARKWHITE
10COLESCOWLEYBENBOWWALTON