Buckinghamshire Parishes

Ivinghoe Parish

Church: St Mary the Virgin

Hundred: Cottesloe

Poor Law District: Leighton Buzzard

Size (acres): 5618

Easting & Northing: 494216

Grid Ref SP940160 Click to see map

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Upstairs Downstairs Upstairs Downstairs (Clivedon)Upstairs/Downstairs Families: Alice de Rothschild, 1901 Census1901 Census Upstairs/Downstairs Families of Bucks – GILBEY1901 Census Upstairs/Downstairs Families of Bucks (ENO heiresses)Upstairs, Downstairs – The Life of a Domestic ServantMore Up

Ivinghoe

Childhood Memories of Ivinghoe & Pitstone 1939-1945 Doris & Leon Hawkins It was September 3rd 1939.I, Doris, was nearly 7 years old, Leon was aged 10 years. Both of us attended Ivinghoe old school. The war started, so we had an extra two weeks Summer holiday. That was because the ev

Ivinghoe

Ivinghoe Parish, including the Hamlets of Aston, Horton with Seabrook and Margaret-Street, (Pop. 1,648.) One Daily School, in which 6 males and 9 females are instructed at the expense of their parents.

Ivinghoe

I was born in Wellcroft in Ivinghoe, the daughter of Herbert & Ethel Bierton. My first memory is of me being in a pushchair going down past what is now the Youth Hostel. At that time it was the home of Mr Robert's Family. The Brewery was still working, I cannot remember much. There was a chimney

Maps

Cottesloe Hundred - description from Sheahan 1861 Cottesloe, Cotteslow, or Cotsloe hundred, comprises of the three old hundreds of Coteslai, Mureslai, and Elai. Its shape is most irregular, and its boundaries are formed by the hundred of Newport, and parts of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire on the n

Ivinghoe

This was formerly a large market-town, but is now very small in proportionto what it was. It has a market on Saturday and two fairs in the,year, 6th of May, and 17th of October, for all sorts. of cattle, and sundry merchandise. The chief manufactory here is of lace, wherein two hundred and twenty fo

Ivinghoe

Ivinghoe is a picturesque village with old houses clustered on two sides of the village Lawn. The size of the church and the existence of a Town Hall tell us that Ivinghoe was once a much bigger village. In fact, Ivinghoe used to have two or three markets per week to which the local farmers and stra

Ivinghoe

My father's family, the Seabrooks, were living in Ivinghoe in 1559 and we are the first names in the Church Register. I was born in 1893.  

Ivinghoe

Description of Ivinghoe from J.J. Sheahan, 1861.

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Ivinghoe

 

Places

 

NameTypeNote
Ivinghoe PARISH St Mary the Virgin
Ellyshege NAMES name for Elsage in 1508
Elshage NAMES name for Elsage in 1547
Elshege NAMES name for Elsage in 1539
Evinghehou NAMES name for Ivinghoe in Domesday Book in 1096
Hortone NAMES name for Horton in Domesday Book in 1086
Ivanhoe NAMES name for Ivinghoe in 1665
Methodist NON-CONFORMIST First Mentioned: 1865
Methodist NON-CONFORMIST Ivinghoe Horton. First Mentioned: 1849
Strict Baptist NON-CONFORMIST Station Road. First Mentioned: 1804
Weslyan NON-CONFORMIST Ivinghoe Aston. First Mentioned: 1831. Closed 1969 now a house
Weslyan Free NON-CONFORMIST First Mentioned: 1837
Aston PLACE within the parish
Beacon Camp PLACE within the parish
Duncombe Terrace PLACE within the parish
Elsage (Fm) PLACE within the parish
Horton (Part) PLACE within the parish
Nettleden (Part) PLACE within the parish
Ringshall (Part) PLACE within the parish
Seabrook PLACE within the parish
St. Margarets (Part) PLACE within the parish
The Coombe PLACE within the parish
Wards PLACE within the parish

 

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Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial
Ivinghoe Priory Ivinghoe Priory
Victoria County History Victoria County History
Church Stained Glass Church Stained Glass
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Places Library

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Ivinghoe

Part: The Chilterns & the Thames Valley -- Illustrated, maps, index. 282pp S E Winbolt 1932

Weight (grams): 342      Library Ref: BP432

Ivinghoe

Part: Buckinghamshire Curiosities -- Includes articles on 63 places, Illustrated 124pp J Lucas

Weight (grams): 280      Library Ref: BP531

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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18011215
18111361
18211665
18311648
18411843
18512024
18611849
18711722
18811380
18911270
19011077
1911827
1921810
1931763
1941N/A
1951807
1961863
1971949
1981816
1991845

There was no census in 1941.

Records

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Parish   Church   Register   Start
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Date  
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Ivinghoe   Wesleyan Chapel   Baptisms   1838   1950   Not available   Yes,
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Ivinghoe   St Mary the Virgin   Baptisms   1558   1901   Yes,
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Yes,
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Yes,
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Ivinghoe   St Mary the Virgin   Marriages   1559   1909   Yes,
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Yes,
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Yes,
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Ivinghoe   St Mary the Virgin   Burials   1559   1901   Yes,
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Yes,
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Yes,
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Register Library

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Part:

Details: Mar: 1559-1812 T Harvey Ext from Bucks PRs, Marriages Vol 2 Phillimore1904

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 202      Library Ref: PR353

     

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Details: Bap: 1916-1950 L Laing

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 148      Library Ref: PR351

     

Part:

Details: Bur: 1887-1986 L Laing

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 214      Library Ref: PR352

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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  
1SAWELLJOHNSONHORNHORN
2DUNCOMBEHORNJANESJANES
3BARNESJANESSHORTDUNCOMBE
4SEAREHAYTONCOOKSHORT
5PITKINSMITHBRIDGEWATERCOOK
6FENNESEARESAUNDERSJOHNSON
7STEVENSDUNCOMBEHELEYWELLS
8JOHNSONHUMPHREYWINDMILLSEABROOK
9HOPKINSNEWENSNORTHBRIDGEWATER
10HILLCOOLEYWELLSSEARE