Church: All Saints
Poor Law District: Leighton Buzzard
Easting & Northing: 499216
Grid Ref SP990160 Click to see map
Description of Dagnall as a hamlet from J.J. Sheahan, 1861
Dagnall was, and still is, one of the two hamlets in the Parish of Edlesborough. The seven farms that surrounded the village, together with nineteen cottages, the Mission Church and the parsonage, belonged to the Ashridge estate. Lord Brownlow was responsible for the curate's living.
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