Church: All Saints
Poor Law District: Amersham
Size (acres): 1850
Easting & Northing: 494195
Grid Ref SU940950 Click to see map
BURNHAM HUNDRED From Sheahan 1861: This is an oddly shaped division of the coulty, resembling in some degree a figure of eight with the lower section much narrower than the other.
Village life in Coleshill has changed considerably since we were children about fifty years ago. It is a very beautiful village and over the past twenty years has attracted the financially better-off. Consequently all the cottages which in our childhood were rented to people with families, some of t
Coleshill is a lovely village which is set back from the main road between Beaconsfield and Amersham leaving us free from through traffic.
I was born in Winchmore Hill in 1903 and always lived there. As a child, I recall, after walking home from Penn Street school, I would be met at the door by my mother with a piece of bread and jam in one hand and a milk can in the other, and off I would go again walking to Woodrow to get a pennywort
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|Branford Barns||NAMES||name for Brentford in 1766|
|Honger Hill||NAMES||name for Ongar Hill|
|Winshmore Hill||NAMES||name for Winchmore Hill in 1674|
|Brentford||PLACE||within the parish|
|Ongar Hill||PLACE||within the parish|
|Stock Place||PLACE||within the parish|
|Winchmore Hill||PLACE||within the parish|
|Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial||Church Stained Glass||Search The National Archives for Coleshill||Buckinghamshire Remembers - Memorial Hall||Buckinghamshire Remembers - Methodist Chapel|
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