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Aston Clinton, Aylesbury 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

Aston Clinton pub history index

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Buckinghamshire. The Buckinghamshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

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Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

ASTON CLINTON, with the Hamlet of ST. LEONARDS.
Aston Clinton is an extensive parish and village, situate 3 miles E. from Tring, on the road from that place to Aylesbury, from which latter town it is 4 miles distant; it is in the three hundreds, and union of Aylesbury. The well known Chiltern Hills run through the parish. Here is the noble demesne of Sir Anthony Rothschild Bart., formerly the residence of the celebrated Lord Lake. The Mansion has been entirely rebuilt within the last six years by its present owner, who has greatly enlarged the building and ornamented the grounds with a splendid bridge, fountains, etc., while the internal decoration of this beautiful residence may fairly vie with anything of the kind in the country. The Park, which encloses the estate is watered by a fine trout stream. The church, a neat and ancient structure, underwent thorough repair a few years ago, when the old-fashioned pews were removed and open seats substituted; the edifice comprises nave, two aisles, and recently rebuilt chancel, with a tower and six bells. A circuit of lime trees surrounds the churchyard, where is interred the remains of George Rowland Minshull, Esq., the celebrated magistrate of Bow Street; a monument marks his resting-place, while in the church are several to members of his family. Rookery Park, now occupied by Mr John Taylor, bailiff to Sir A. Rothschild, was the residence of the Minshulls, and still contains several paintings of this ancient family. The living is a rectory, annual value 600, in the deanery of Wendover and patronage of Jesus College, Oxford; the Rev Charles Watkins Wynne Eyton B.D., is rector. Here is a Baptist Chapel, rebuilt in 1840, and greatly enlarged in 1862; also a National School, chiefly supported by the rector, and a Sunday School. The inhabitants are principally employed in straw plaiting. Baron Rothschild is lord of the manor. Area of the township of Aston Clinton 2670 acres; population in 1861,1108.
St. Leonards is a scattered hamlet in the parish, situate 4 miles S. from Aston Clinton. The chapel is a beautiful and interesting old pile, formerly a chantry to the abbey of Missenden; it contains a number of monuments and tablets to many old families, and several suits of fine old armour; and was restored and decorated, a few years ago, by public subscription. The living is a perpetual curacy, value 100 per annum, which sum is derived from the rent of a farm; the trustees of the chapel are patrons of the living, and the Rev. John Day, incumbent. In 1861 the hamlet contained 189 inhabitants; area in acres 970.

Aston Clinton.
Abraham Robt., esq., London road
Allen Joseph Howse, esq., the Lawn
Avery Rev Thomas (Baptist)
Dayman Joseph, esq., London road
Bonus Rev Edwd., B.a., Standbridge
Bull Humphrey, esq., the Mount
Eyton Rev Charles Watkins Wynne, B.d., Rectory
Mousley Edwd., esq., London road
Rothschild Sir Anthony, Bart
Sheerman Mr James

Axtell Henry, boot & shoemaker
Axtell Jas., rope & twine maker
Axtell William, beer retailer
Ballad Joseph, farm bailiff
Bates James, schoolmaster and parish clerk
Bisbop Daniel, baker
Bishop Joseph, Oak, & butcher
Bishop Thomas, butcher
Brandon Charles, postmaster and boot and shoemaker
Brandom John, shoemaker
Brill George, farmer and shopkeeper
Brooks Dodwell, plumber and glazier
Bull Humphrey, land agent
Burnham James, straw dealer
Casemore James, bricklayer
Chappin Henry, farmer, Aston Vetches
Clark Charles Isaac, Half Moon and Seven Stars, and butcher
Claydon William, straw dealer
Collier William, duck breeder
Deneulain Miss, mistress of British school
Dubrey Dan, bricklayer
Fowler William, shopkeeper and wheelwright
George Thomas Wm, relieving officer, and registrar of births and deaths
Ginger Lot, boot & shoemaker
Gough George, carpenter
Green John, beer retailer, the Wharf
Gregory Charles, farmer
Griffin Thomas, farmer
Harris Thos., willow chip maker
Horwood Henry, beer retailer & carrier
Horwood Joseph, shopkeeper & carrier
Horwood Richard, farmer
Horwood Thomas, former
Horwood William, cattle dealer and farmer
Howe Miss, draper and milliner
Keen Benjamin, blacksmith
Keen Joseph, straw factor
Kersey John, bailiff
King Charles, carpenter
King John, Old Bell, and carpenter
King Thomas, carpenter
King William, carpenter
Kingham Edwin, White Lion
Kingham James, butcher
Kingham James, straw factor
Mayne George, builder
Montague Joseph, blacksmith and farrier
Montague Thomas, blacksmith and farrier
Nicholls James, straw factor
Nicholls Thos., Plumbers' Arms
Pates William, Bulls Arms
Philbey Edmund, Waggon and Horses
Putnam James, rope maker
Randell Matthew, bricklayer
Reeve William, straw factor
Sharp Henry, boot & shoemaker
Sharp James, Stags Head
Sharp Thos, boot & shoemaker
Sheerman John, New Bull, and brewer
Stanbrook James, farmer
Stratford Richard, straw factor
Stratford Thomas, straw factor
Taylor J., steward, Rookery park
Thorn Joseph, straw factor
West William, tailor and draper
White William, straw factor
Wright Reuben, butcher

Post Office. - Charles Brandon, postmaster. Letters arrive from Tring at 5 a.m. and 12 noon; dispatched at 8 p.m.
National School, James Bates, master
Carriers. - To London, Henry Horwood, on thurs., returning on sat.; Aylesbury, James Axtell, on sat.

St. Leonards.
Day Rev John, Chapelry
Owen Rev Edward, sen., J.P., Chambers green
Owen Rev Edward, Jan., J.P., Chambers green

Bisbop Edward, White Lion and baker
Bishop George, blacksmith
Brackley Daniel, farmer
Collier George, farmer
Collins Anthony, farmer
Craker _. master of national school
Darvill Daniel, timber dealer
Goodson J., farmer, Chapel farm
Hobbs Matthew, farmer
Paine Joseph, Plough
Philbey Henry, farm bailiff

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