Buckinghamshire Parishes

Coleshill Parish

Church: All Saints

Hundred: Burnham

Poor Law District: Amersham

Size (acres): 1850

Easting & Northing: 494195

Grid Ref SU940950 Click to see map

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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.    

Amersham

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

Coleshill is a lovely village which is set back from the main road between Beaconsfield and Amersham leaving us free from through traffic.

Coleshill

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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Coleshill

 

Places

 

NameTypeNote
Coleshill PARISH All Saints
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

 

Links

 

Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial
Church Stained Glass Church Stained Glass
Search The National Archives for Coleshill Search The National Archives for Coleshill
Buckinghamshire Remembers - Memorial Hall Buckinghamshire Remembers - Memorial Hall
Buckinghamshire Remembers - Methodist Chapel Buckinghamshire Remembers - Methodist Chapel

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Population

These population figures are based on the Census results. The boundaries are those used in the particular census which may vary over time..

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1801184
1811429
1821492
1831497
1841547
1851558
1861531
1871533
1881501
1891516
1901535
1911570
1921560
1931635
1941N/A
19511293
1961680
1971676
1981581
1991560

There was no census in 1941.

Records

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Surnames

These were extracted from our own records and presented as a guide.

PositionBefore 1700   18th Century   19th Century   Overall Surnames  
1CLARKCHILDSLADESLADE
2WEBBBALLLANELANE
3BALLHOBBSHARRISHARRIS
4CHILDSALTERSAUNDERSSAUNDERS
5ALLNUTTBABBROGERSROGERS
6ASHBEYALLNUTTPALMERSHRIMPTON
7FRANCKLINPAGESHRIMPTONPALMER
8CLARKELANEMUCKLEYMUCKLEY
9KIRTONBOVINGDONWINGROVEWINGROVE
10COSTARDPUSEYSEARSSEARS