Bow Brickhill 1863 Dutton, Allen & Co directory

Bow Brickhill 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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BOW BRICKHILL, with the hamlet of Caldecot, is an irregular village, forming a parish in the three hundreds and union of Newport Pagnell, situate 2 miles N. from Fenny Stratford, and 15 from Buckingham. The church is situate at a distance from the village on an eminence, from the summit of which interesting views of the surrounding country may be obtained. The living is a rectory, value 400 per annum, in the second portion of the deanery of Newport and incumbency of the Rev. Joseph Marshall Jackson, M.A. A new National School has recently been erected. Lady De Lap is sole proprietor of the parish. Population in 1861, 546; area in statute acres 1380.
Caldecot is distant from Bow Brickhill half a mile, and 2 E. from Fenny Stratford.

Clark Rev Charles Wm. Barnett, (curate of Fenny Stratford)
Corker Rev George William, M.A. (curate)

Benbow Joseph, carpenter
Britten William, baker
Cook Robert, baker
Day Thomas, farmer, and at Caldecot
Jackson Rev Joseph Marshall, MA, (rector)
Rogers Richard esq

Baskerville Thos, blacksmith
Benbow John, carpenter
Benbow Joseph, carpenter
Britten William, baker
Cook Robert, baker
Day Thomas, farmer and at Caldecot
Garrett Wm, farmer, Caldecot
Hartwell Silas, shoemaker
Howes John, Plough & bricklayer
Morris Alice (Mrs), White Hart, and farmer, Dropshort
Morris Francis, tailor
Munday David, Wheat Sheaf
Norman William, grocer
Souster Jonathan, baker
Souster Joseph, shoemaker
Willison Matthew, farmer
Wootten John, wheelwright
Yates John, farmer
Yates Thomas, farmer & parish clerk, Rectory farm
Yates William, butcher

Letters through Fenny Stratford

National School, John Hartwell, master; Elizabeth Yates, mistress
Carriers - London and North Western Railway and Grand Junction Canal Companies

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