Buckinghamshire Parishes

Great Marlow Parish

Church: All Saints with Holy Trinity

Hundred: Desborough

Poor Law District: Wycombe

Size (acres): 6245

Easting & Northing: 484186

Grid Ref SU840860 Click to see map

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Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here  

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here   All Saints The Vicarage Congregational Holy Trini

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here  

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here  

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here    

Shops & Towns

This is the list of Toy Dealers that are in Buckinghamshire in 1891.

General

There are many ways to date an old photograph including identifying the photographer who took the picture and finding out when they were trading. This section lists Victorian and Edwardian photographers in Buckinghamshire including portrait and landscape photographers. The approximate dates for ea

Maps

DESBOROUGH HUNDRED from Sheahan, 1861: The Hundred of Desborough (anciently Dvetenberg and Dustenburgh), situated in the south-western extremity of the county, contains 52,370 acres and is bounded on the S. by the river Thames, which divides it from Berkshire; on on the E. and N.E. by hundred of B

Law and the Courts

23 January 1869 Marlow Samuel Andrews, William Woods, and Joseph Gardener pleaded guilty to the stealing of some Mistletoe from the trees of Mr T Lunnon of Bourne End, were ordered to pay 8s 1d each costs. 

Law and the Courts

2nd February 1867 John Thatcham, on the 2nd February 1867 was convicted of Night Poaching in Horden Wood. He was caught at 1.30 am. Punishment 3 months hard labour

Law and the Courts

15th December 1866Arron Simmons was convicted of placing a steam image and threshing machine on the Highway after pleading Guilty.Costs 8s, Penalty 1s, Constable 2/6. 

Shops & Towns

17th November 1866From the Marlow Magistrates Minute Book

Bucks History

First published in 1727, Daniel Defoe wrote a description of his travels through England. Here are the parts concerning Buckinghamshire

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here     Fisherman's Retreat George and Dragon Greyhou

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here   King's Head Lower Crown Old Sun Plough Prince of

Gt Marlow

Description of Great Marlow from J. J. Sheahan, 1861.  

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here Red Lion Roebuck Royal Oak Ship Inn Swan Inn  

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here Three Horse Shoes Three Tuns (High Street) Three Tuns(

Gt Marlow

Data provided by Julian Hunt, see Julian Hunt's Local History website. He gathered the material in preparation for the book Marlow - A Pictorial History and has kindly allowed the Buckinghamshire Family History Society to reproduce it here  

Gt Marlow

I come of a bell-ringing family. My grandfather, who was manager of the rope wharf opposite the 'Compleat Angler' (where now Turk's Boat Yard is) pealed the bells for forty-five years. In those days the ringers used to spin their own 'string' for the bells and would go to the rope wharf to do it, w

Gt Marlow

I came to live in Bovingdon Green in 1906, when my Bovingdon father went to work as head gardener at a large house Green called The Orchards, where they kept a carriage and a pair of lovely black horses. I was five years old at the time.

Gt Marlow

In the late 1920s it would have taken someone with a flair for predicting the future to guess that Marlow Bottom, which was then little more than rough fields with a muddy track running down the centre, would 40 years later provide homes for nearly 5,000 people. It was in the mid-1940s that the move

Gt Marlow

Marlow is a pleasant town on the banks of the river Thames, over which a new bridge has been lately erected by subscription of the nobility and. gentry in the neighbourhood: the inhabitants have likewise paved the foot-paths of the town by voluntary subscriptions. The chief manufacture of the place

Gt Marlow

Bovingdon Green has a gentle village atmosphere and most of the people who live on the Green find that there is a friendly way of life. This friendship is helped by the fact that in 1968 a group of residents decided to form the Bovingdon Green Preservation Society. This society not only keeps the gr

Gt Marlow

Great Marlow, Borough and Parish (Pop. 4,237) Six Infant Schools, in which about 50 children are instructed at the expense of their parents

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Great Marlow

 

Places

 

NameTypeNote
Great Marlow PARISH All Saints with Holy Trinity
Ackhumstead NAMES name for Ackhampstead in 1825
Balmers NAMES name for Barmoor in 1826
Bermers NAMES name for Barmoor in 1766
Bormers NAMES name for Barmoor in 1797
Bubington NAMES name for Bovingdon in 1766
Fenny More NAMES name for Finnamore in 1766
Wydmer NAMES name for Widmere in 1535
Baptist NON-CONFORMIST Ebernezer Chapel, Glade Road. First Mentioned: 1856
Independent/URC NON-CONFORMIST Salem Chapel/Christ Church . First Mentioned: 1692. Rebuilt 1840, 1863, 1890
Methodist NON-CONFORMIST Spittal Street. First Mentioned: 1810. Rebuilt 1900
Primitive Methodist NON-CONFORMIST Chapel Street. First Mentioned: 1831
Ackhampstead (lost) PLACE within the parish, see Cadmore End PRs for 1786 - 1837
Barmoor (Fm) PLACE within the parish
Beechwood PLACE within the parish
Bovingdons Green PLACE within the parish
Burrows Grove (Part) PLACE within the parish
Dirty Bottom PLACE within the parish
Ditchfield (Part) PLACE within the parish
Finnamore (Fm) PLACE within the parish
Forty Green PLACE within the parish
Handy Cross PLACE within the parish
Harleyford PLACE within the parish
Juniper Hill PLACE within the parish
Lane End (Part) PLACE within the parish
Marefield PLACE within the parish
Marlow Bottom PLACE within the parish
Marlow Common PLACE within the parish
Monkton PLACE within the parish
Moor Common (Part) PLACE within the parish
Mortons (lost) PLACE within the parish
Munday Dean PLACE within the parish
Rassler Wood PLACE within the parish
Spinfield PLACE within the parish
Widmere PLACE within the parish
Wymers Hill Green PLACE within the parish

 

Photographs

 

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Places Library

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Marlow

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

Weight (grams): 342      Library Ref: BP432

Marlow

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..

Note
18013236
18113965
18213763
18314237
18414480
18514485
18614661
18714701
18814763
18915250
19015645
19115876
19216391
19316751
1941N/A
19517883
196110686
197111749
198114413
199113222

There was no census in 1941.

Records

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Parish   Church   Register   Start
Date  
End
Date  
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Great Marlow   Salem Chapel   Baptisms   1774   1907   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   All Saints with Holy Trinity   Baptisms   1592   1716   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   All Saints with Holy Trinity   Baptisms   1758   1783   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   All Saints with Holy Trinity   Marriages   1592   1837   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   Salem Chapel   Burials   1777   1906   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   All Saints with Holy Trinity   Burials   1813   1851   Yes,
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Yes,
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Great Marlow   All Saints with Holy Trinity   Burials   1592   1610   Yes,
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Yes,
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Not available

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Register Library

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Part:

Details: Bap: 1592-1611 Mar: 1592-1611 Bur: 1592-1611 A H Cocks Vol 3 BPRS1904

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 376      Library Ref: PR362

     

Part:

Details: Mar: 1592-1837 Bucks FHS1998

Size: (4 mfc).      Weight (grams): 32      Library Ref: PR119

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bap: 1763-1812 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier, EurekA Partnership 2003

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 96      Library Ref: PR220

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bap: 1688-1762 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier, EurekA Partnership 2003

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 100      Library Ref: PR221

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bap: 1592-1687 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier EurekA Partnership 2003

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 100      Library Ref: PR222

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bur: 1592-1687 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier EurekA Partnership 2004

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 94      Library Ref: PR241

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bur: 1688-1762 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier, EurekA Partnership, 2004

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 96      Library Ref: PR242

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bur: 1763-1812 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier, EurekA Partnership 2004

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 84      Library Ref: PR243

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bap: 1813-1848 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier EurekA Partnership2005

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 105      Library Ref: PR262

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bap: 1849-1881 E and J Bartlett & A Hillier, EurekA Partnership 2005

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 100      Library Ref: PR419

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bur: 1813-1866 With Index E and J Bartlett & A Hillier EurekA Partnership2006

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 90      Library Ref: PR436

All Saints

Part:

Details: Bur: 1867-1940 With Index E and J Bartlett & A Hillier EurekA Partnership2006

Size: A5      Weight (grams): 90      Library Ref: NR442

Salem Chapel Independent

Part:

Details: Bap: 1774-1907 Mar: 1867-1908 Bur: 1777-1906 F Jones and E McLaughlin HaddenhamND

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 40      Library Ref: NR180

     

Part:

Details: Mar: 1611/12-1754

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 102      Library Ref: PR58

     

Part:

Details: Mar: 1754-1812 E McLaughlin

Size: A4      Weight (grams): 140      Library Ref: PR363

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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  
1WEBBWEBBSMITHSMITH
2CARTERWHITEWHITEWHITE
3LANGLEYOXLADEHARRISCARTER
4GRAYHARMANEASTHARRIS
5LOVEJOYSMITHPRICEEAST
6JAMESSTEVENSDAVISWEBB
7HILLLANGLEYCARTERCLARK
8BROWNECARTERCLARKDAVIS
9RAVENINGEHARRISCOLLINSCOLLINS
10HOBBSEASTBOWLESPRICE