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Place name County Entry Source Botolph Claydon Buckinghamshire Botolph Claydon , hamlet, East Claydon par., N. Bucks, 3 miles SW. of Winslow. Bartholomew BOTOLPH-CLAYDON Buckinghamshire BOTOLPH-CLAYDON , a hamlet in East Claydon parish, Bucks; 3½ miles SW of Winslow. Imperial CLAYDON (Botolph, or Bottle) Buckinghamshire CLAYDON (Botolph , or Bottle), a hamlet in East Claydon parish, Bucks. Imperial Claydon, East Buckinghamshire Claydon, East , par. (ry. sta. Claydon), NW. Bucks, 1½ mile SW. of Winslow, 2396 ac., pop. 341; contains hamlet Bartholomew CLAYDON (East) Buckinghamshire CLAYDON (East) , a parish in Winslow district, Bucks; 1½ mile SW of Winslow Junction r. station, and 3 WSW of Winslow Imperial Claydon, Middle Buckinghamshire Claydon, Middle , par., Bucks, 1½ mile W. of East Claydon, 2640 ac., pop. 225; contains Claydon House . Bartholomew CLAYDON (Steeple) Buckinghamshire East Claydon. Value, £242.* Patron, Sir H. Verney, Bart. The church was enlarged in 1842, and repaired in 1859; and contains Imperial NORWICH Norfolk
East Anglian kingdom; did not differ much in limits from the present diocese of Norwich; and was divided, about the close of the 7th century, by Bisus or Bosa the fourth bishop, into two sees. These remained separate for about two centuries; they suffered much distraction from the invasions of the Danes; and, according to some authorities, but seemingly not the best, they both were for about a century vacant. One of them was seated at North Elmham in Norfolk; and the two were re-united toward the close of the 9th century, in the person of Wybred or Wildred Imperial OXFORD Berkshire
East, St. Cross or Holywell, All Saints, St. Martin, St. Aldate, St. Ebbe, St. Thomas, St. Peter-le-Bailey, St.Michael, and St. Mary Magdalen, and part of the parish of St. Mary-the-Virgin; and is administered under alocal act. Acres, 2, 930. Poor-rates in 1863, £8,043. Pop. in 1851, 20, 172; in 1861, 20,037. Houses, 3, 775. Marriages in 1863, 187; births, 652, of which 43 wereillegitimate; deaths, 449, of which 192 were at ages under 5 years, and 7 at ages above 85. Marriages in the ten years 1851-60, 1, 927; births Imperial
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