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ASTON SANDFORD is a parish and small retired village, consisting of a few
cottages dispersed round a small green, 4 miles E.N.E. from Thame, and 7 1/2
S.W. of Aylesbury, in the west part of the detached portion of the hundred
of Ashendon, and union of Aylesbury. The church is an antique little
building, comprising chancel, nave, and gable-roofed porch. In the chancel
is a neat marble tablet, conmemorative of the Rev. Thomas Scott, author of
the admirable and well-known 'Commentary on the Bible,' who was rector of
this parish from 1803 till his death in 1821. The living is a rectory, in
the deanery of Aylesbury, and incumbency of the Rev. G. Alford, M.A. Area of
the parish, 669 acres; population in 1861,59.
Brown Rev B. Hayward (rector)
Goodman William, farmer, Court farm
Stopps.William, farmer, the Pastures
Letters through Thame