Buckinghamshire Parishes

East Claydon Parish

Church: St Mary

Hundred: Ashendon

Poor Law District: Winslow

Size (acres): 2396

Easting & Northing: 473225

Grid Ref SP730250 Click to see map

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East Claydon

Claydon House, about seven miles South of the town of Buckingham, had four villages which grew up around it, owned by the Estate, and housing its workers and those traditional craftsmen whose skills were needed to support a farming community. Two of these are the village of East Claydon, and the ham

East Claydon

East Claydon with Bottle Claydon Parish (Pop. 336) One Infant School (commenced 1827), in which are about 40 children of both sexes, partly supported by subscription and partly by payments from the children. One Sunday School, for this and the parish of Middle Claydon, wherein 100 children rec

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ASHENDON HUNDRED   From Sheahan in 1861: The three ancient hundreds, in Domesday Book denominated Essedene, Votesdon and Tichesele, were united in the present hundred of Ashendon popularly so called, but technically, The Three hundreds of Ashendon.

East Claydon

Description of East Claydon from Sheahan, 1861.

East Claydon

Schooling in the Claydons in the old days was basic but thorough. Most pupils finished education at 14 when they left the village school; only one of Claydons pupils per year was awarded a place at the Latin School in Buckingham, with likely candidates getting two chances to sit the exams at eleven

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East Claydon

 

Places

 

NameTypeNote
East Claydon PARISH St Mary
Barnwood NAMES name for Bernwood in 1610
Berwood NAMES name for Bernwood in 1529
Bottle NAMES name for Botolph in 1756
Claindone NAMES name for Claydon in the Domesday Book in 1086
Coppesley-hills NAMES name for Coppice Lowhill in 1517
Copsley Hill NAMES name for Coppice Lowhill in 1766
Moncomb (House) NAMES name for Monkomb in 1826
Bernwood PLACE within the parish
Botolph Claydon PLACE within the parish
Coppice Lowhill (Fm) PLACE within the parish
Monkomb (Fm) PLACE within the parish

 

Links

 

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Botolph Claydon

Part: Claydon -- Illustrated, No index 120pp H Chapman 1991

Weight (grams): 164      Library Ref: BP150

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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1801299
1811309
1821339
1831336
1841378
1851361
1861385
1871376
1881341
1891343
1901336
1911334
1921311
1931276
1941N/A
1951268
1961256
1971279
1981305
1991322

There was no census in 1941.

Records

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East Claydon   St Mary   Baptisms   1583   1888   Yes,
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Yes,
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East Claydon   St Mary   Marriages   1576   1838   Yes,
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Yes,
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East Claydon   St Mary   Burials   1584   1901   Yes,
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Yes,
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Details: Mar: 1576-1838 Bucks FHS

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 122      Library Ref: PR219

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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  
1STEVENSHOLTONNORMANNORMAN
2MILLERSMITHJENNINGSJENNINGS
3SMITHROADSHARDINGHARDING
4HUGHESHARDINGWHITEROADS
5DUNCOMBENORMANDANIELHUGHES
6HOLLANDMILLERROADSWHITE
7FRANCKLINHOLLANDWEBBSMITH
8KINGEHUGHESCHAPMANDANIEL
9ADAMSRADWELLRAWLINGSHOLTON
10BENNETBAILEYTOMESWEBB