Shenley Church End Parish
Church: St Mary
Poor Law District: Newport Pagnell
Size (acres): 1662
Easting & Northing: 483235
Grid Ref SP830350 Click to see map
Newport Hundred - Description from Sheahan 1861
Shenley Church End
Shenley Parish: Church End Township (Pop. 240) One Daily School, containing 20 children of both sexes, who are instructed at the expense of their parents; One Sunday School (commenced 1826), with about 50 children, (several of them from the hamlet of Brook End), supported by voluntary subscrip
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|Shenley Church End||PARISH||St Mary|
|Senelai||NAMES||name for Shenley in Domesday Book in 1086|
|Shendeley||NAMES||name for Shenley in 1535|
|Shenley Mansell||NAMES||name for Shenley in 1826|
|Search The National Archives for Shenley Church End||Buckinghamshire Remembers||Church Stained Glass|
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There was no census in 1941.
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|Parish||Church||Register||Start Date||End Date||Online Search||E-Mail Search||Publication|
|Shenley||St Mary||Baptisms||1703||1864||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available||Shenley||St Mary||Marriages||1575||1837||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available||Shenley||St Mary||Burials||1703||1907||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available|
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|Position||Before 1700||18th Century||19th Century||Overall Surnames|