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The Hundred of Burh(a)m one of the thre Hundreds of Chilton in the Countie of Bu(c)k(s)

The certyficat of Edmond Peksh(a)m & Rob(er)t Drury esquyers Comyssyoners assigned for the said Hundred of Burnh(a)m

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Wendover w(i)t(h) the Forren and Bronds Fee


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Bu(c)k(inghamshire) The iij Hundreds of Aylysbury

The certificate of S(i)r John Baldwyn, S(i)r Will(ia)m Wyndesore and S(i)r Edward Dun Knights Commissioners assigned for the sa(i)d iij Hundreds of Aylysbury.

PoppyInterested in the First World War, but need some social history for your research. Take a look at Need to know about Buckinghamshire Regiment? There is information at Wikipedia Oxford and Bucks a good starting point. and

To find out more about Buckinghamshire Men in the First World War is a great starting place.

Every November a poppy is placed on the ground at the foot of a grave stone in Gawcott church yard. The stone is plain white and has the following on it:

Private E J Healey
Army Service Corps
Killed in Action


This bigraphy was written by Graham Taylor Paddick.

 Edward John Rutland was born on 14th August, 1900 at no. 6, Anchor Lane in Aylesbury (this house was demolished in the 1990s to make way for the Upper Hundreds Way relief road).  He was the fourth son of Frederick Rutland, a labourer originally from Stoke Mandeville, and his wife Maria (nee Wallace).  Edward attended St John’s School in Cambridge Street (on the site of what is now the BT telephone exchange) and then found work as an apprentice carman after leaving school at the age of 13.  Ten days before his 14th birthday in 1914 Britain joined the Great War (World War I) by declaring war on Germany.





Covering anything involving Roads, Canals and Railways.

Includes the Petty and Quarter Sessions, JPs, Police, and the Criminals.

The Workhouse and the poor examples, including a few cases.

Articles that do not fit into other categories

Snippets that do not fit in elsewhere.

Articles involving all three services and the part played by Buckinghamshire people.