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Aston Abbots, Aylesbury 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

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ASTON ABBOTS is a hilly parish and small village, in the hundred of Cottesloe, and union of Aylesbury, 5 1/2 miles N.E. from the latter town. The church is a small edifice, dedicated to St James, comprising chancel and nave, with a tower containing five bells; in the south wall of the chancel is a piscina, in excellent preservation. The living is a vicarage, formerly a peculiar of the Bishop of London, and in the archdeaconry of St. Albans, but for some years past in the deanery of Mursley, and archdeaconry of Buckingham; it is in the patronage of Lord Overstone, who is also owner of the land. The Rev. John Thornton, M.A., is vicar. The Independents have a place of worship in the village, and there is a National School for boys and girls, supported by public subscription. Area in acres, 2180; population in 1861, 311.

Thornton Rev John, M.A. (vicar)

TRADERS.
Brandon Mrs, blacksmith
Burnham Edward, tea and lace dealer
Chandler Eliza (Miss), shopkeeper
Denchfield Frederick, farmer
Denchfield John, farmer, Lower Burston
Denchfield Wm., grazier, Upper Burston
Druce Joseph, grocer & draper
Elliott Daniel, farmer
Elliott Nathan, farmer
Elliott Wm., farmer, Oxley's farm
Hedges Edward, pariah clerk
Kempster Charlotte (Mrs). national schoolmistress
Moore Henry, Bull & Butcher
Roads Philip, farmer, Nordock
Simmons William, tailor
Smith Joseph, Royal Oak
Stilton Ezra, shoemaker

Letters through Aylesbury


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