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CHEDDINGTON is a village and parish in the hundred of Cottesloe, union of Leighton Buzzard, 6 miles S. of Tring, and 36 from London. Here is a station on the London and North Western Railway, from which a branch line runs to Aylesbury. The parish is also intersected by the Grand Junction Canal. The church is a plain structure, in the perpendicular style, dedicated to St. Giles. It consists of nave, chancel, and square tower, with five bells, and a pinnacle at each angle. The ancient pulpit is of carved oak; there is a handsome octagonal decorated font. The living is a rectory, annual value 300, in the deanery of Mursley and patronage of the Earl of Brownlow, who is lord of the manor; the Rev. Lionel Dawson Damer, incumbent. The Baptists and Wesleyans have each a chapel in the village. A National School for boys and girls, and a plaiting School have been established some years. The population in 1861 was 628; acreage 1398.

Damer Rev Lionel Dawson (rector), Rectory

Andrews John, shopkeeper, postmaster, and agent to Leeds and Yorkshire Fire and Life
Archer John, farmer
Archer William, Old Swan
Ashby Joseph, beer retailer
Bailey Henry, poulterer
Bugden Robert, station master
Cox Joseph, shopkeeper
Elliott Thomas, butcher
Gale Thomas, farmer, Cheddington farm
Harrowill Joseph, dealer
Harrowill Wm., boot & shoemaker
Jolly John, farmer
Lewis John, national schoolmaster
Millins Daniel, straw dealer
Montague Richard, wheelwright
Punter Samuel, farmer
Reed Thomas, blacksmith

Post Office. - John Andrews, receiver. Letters through Tring arrive at 8 a.m.; dispatched at 8 a.m. and half-past 4 p.m.
National School, John Lewis, master
Carriers to Leighton - George Goodger, on tues.

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