Church: St Peter and St Paul
Poor Law District: Thame
Size (acres): 1510
Easting & Northing: 464208
Grid Ref SP640080 Click to see map
Worminghall is situated on the border of Buckinghamshire, its near neighbours being Oakley, Ickford and Waterperry. The oldest building is the church, dedicated to St Peter and Paul. It stands in a field and is approached across a cattle grid which makes it both unusual and in wintertime, somewhat
Worminghall Parish (Pop. 297) Two Daily Schools, in which 8 males and 8 females receive instruction at the expense of their parents. ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.
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.
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|Worminghall||PARISH||St Peter and St Paul|
|Rignald||NAMES||name for Rignall in 1766|
|Sandridge Wood||NAMES||name for Sandwich Wood in 1826|
|Spurling End||NAMES||name for Spurlands End in 1826|
|Wermelle||NAMES||name for Worminghall in Domesday Book in 1086|
|Wormenhall(e)||NAMES||name for Worminghall in 1806|
|Wormynale||NAMES||name for Worminghall in 1503|
|Wornall||NAMES||name for Worminghall in 1525|
|Wurnall||NAMES||name for Worminghall in 1535|
|Field Farm||PLACE||within the parish|
|Redding Wick||PLACE||within the parish|
|Rignall||PLACE||within the parish|
|Sandwich Wood||PLACE||within the parish|
|Spurlands End||PLACE||within the parish|
|Church Stained Glass||Buckinghamshire Remembers - War Memorial||Search The National Archives for Worminghall|
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These population figures are based on the Census results. The boundaries are those used in the particular census which may vary over time..
There was no census in 1941.
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|Parish||Church||Register||Start Date||End Date||Online Search||E-Mail Search||Publication|
|Worminghall||St Peter & St Paul||Baptisms||1538||1901||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available||Worminghall||St Peter & St Paul||Marriages||1538||1912||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available||Worminghall||St Peter & St Paul||Burials||1538||1909||Yes, click here||Yes, click here||Not available|
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|Position||Before 1700||18th Century||19th Century||Overall Surnames|