FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire County Asylum - Burials 1871-1924.

The Buckinghamshire County Asylum, situated at Stone, was opened on 17th January 1853.  This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving burial registers and covers the period 1871 to 1924.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire Manorial Records and their Whereabouts Volume Two - 12th to 17th Centuries.

This booklet lists surviving Buckinghamshire manorial documents from the 1100s to 1700.  The documents are arranged by type within manors which are themselves listed by parish.  There is a separate list of manor names and a glossary of manorial terms and types of document.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire Manorial Records and their Whereabouts Volume One - 18th to 20th Centuries.

This booklet lists surviving Buckinghamshire manorial documents from 1700 to the 1930s.  The documents are arranged by type within manors which are themselves listed by parish.  There is a separate list of manor names and a glossary of manorial terms and types of document.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire - Settlements and Removals in the Quarter Sessions Records 1678-1712.

This booklet contains information from settlement and removal cases dealt with by the Justices at the Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions between Midsummer 1678 and Epiphany 1712. 

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire - Settlements and Removals in the Quarter Sessions Records 1712-1724.

This booklet contains information from settlement and removal cases dealt with by the Justices at the Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions between Easter 1712 and Easter 1724. 

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire - Settlements and Removals in the Quarter Sessions Records 1724-1737.

This booklet contains information from settlement and removal cases dealt with by the Justices at the Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions between Midsummer 1724 and Michaelmas 1737.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire Maps - Parishes within Hundreds and Poor Law Unions.  A Collection of maps of both Hundreds and Poor Law Unions showing the Buckinghamshire parishes contained within each.  Where the area covered encompasses parishes outside Buckinghamshire these parishes are also shown.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire - Bastardy Cases in the Quarter Sessions Records 1678-1740.

This booklet contains information from bastardy cases dealt with by the Justices at Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions between Midsummer 1678 and Michaelmas 1740.

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This book contains a transcript of the travel expenses of the Coroners working in Buckinghamshire.  Each entry gives the date of the Inquest, the place where it was held, the name of the deceased and the cause of death where known.

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This book contains a transcript of the travel expenses of the Coroners working in Buckinghamshire.  Each entry gives the date of the Inquest, the place where it was held, the name of the deceased and the cause of death where known.

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FULL TITLE:  Buckinghamshire Driving Licences - Numbers 1-500; Jan-Jul 1904.

This book contains a transcription of the first 500 driving licences listed in the Buckinghamshire Driving Licence Register from its inception on 1st January 1904.  Each entry gives the name and address of the driver, the type of vehicle being driven and the date the licence was granted.  Further dates are given if renewals took place.  Any endorsements to the licence are also noted together with full particulars of the offence, including where it occurred and the amount of any fine.  

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FULL TITLE:  Aylesbury Cemetery Volume One - Burials 1858-1888.

The cemetery at Tring Road, Aylesbury was opened in 1858.  This transcription includes the name of the person buried, description of the person buried, age, place where death occurred, date of burial, whether buried in consecrated or unconsecrated ground, and from what parish the corpse was removed.

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FULL TITLE:  Aylesbury Cemetery Volume Two - Burials 1889-1912.

The cemetery at Tring Road, Aylesbury was opened in 1858.  This transcription includes the name of the person buried, description of the person buried, age, place where death occurred, date of burial, whether buried in consecrated or unconsecrated ground, and from what parish the corpse was removed.

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FULL TITLE:  The Honour of Ampthill - Coroner's Buckinghamshire Notebook 1854-1878.

This booklet contains a transcription of some of the records kept by the Coroner for the Honour of Ampthill relating to inquests held in Buckinghamshire.  Each entry contains at least the date of the inquest, the name of the deceased, the parish in which the inquest was held and the verdict.  Most entries also contain the age of the deceased and some include the deceased's relationship to other named persons.  Also included in the notebook are details of deaths where an inquest was refused.  These usually contain the date of death, the name and age of the deceased, the relationship of the deceased to other named persons, a report of circumstances leading to the death and the name of the person who reported the death.  The final part of this publication includes some contemporary newspaper reports relating to some of the deaths.  Mostly these have been extracted from The Bucks Herald and other newspapers held at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies in Aylesbury and range from a two line entry found in the 'Death Notices' to almost two columns. Buckinghamshire parishes within the Honour were Bow Brickhill, Great Linford, Little Brickhill, Little Linford, Moulsoe, Newport Pagnell, North Crawley, Swanbourne, Stewkley and Wavendon.

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This volume contains a transcription of the individual returns made by the Parish Officers in January 1801 giving information regarding those persons receiving Parish Relief.  Included for each parish are the names of the persons who receive relief, the number of their children and their ages, the weekly earnings of the labourer and family and the allowance given from the parish rates.  In most cases only the number of children under the age of ten years is given but the return for Aylesbury includes the names of all children as well as their ages and the ages of all adults.  Returns are included for Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Bierton, Bledlow, Bledlow Ridge, Buckland, Cuddington, Dinton, Ellesborough, Great Hampden, Great Kimble, Great Missenden, Haddenham, Halton, Hartwell, Horsenden, Hulcott, Lee, Little Hampden, Little Kimble, Little Missenden, Monks Risborough, Princes Risborough (Longwick Hamlet), Princes Risborough (Town), Princes Risborough (Up Hill), St. Leonards, Stoke Mandeville, Stone, Wendover and Weston Turville. 

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Window Tax, liable to be paid by occupiers of property rather than owners, was intoduced in 1696 and collected until 1851.  Before 1784 the Window Tax and various other taxes were assessed separately but from this date a consolidated assessment to incorporate the various taxes on houses, servants, carriages etc. came into being.  Those occupiers deemed to be impoverished were not required to contribute.  this book contains a transcription of one such consolidated assessment, the 1801-2 return for the Three Hundreds of Newport, complemented by an extract from the return of the previous year for those parishes missing from the 1801-2 return.  The Three Hundreds of Newport included the parishes of Castlethorpe, Cold Brayfield, Gayhurst, Hanslope, Haversham, Lathbury, Lavendon, Little Linford, Olney with Warrington, Ravenstone, Stoke Goldington, Tyringham with Filgrave and Weston Underwood [Bunsty Hundred], Astwood, Bow Brickhill, Broughton, Chicheley, Clifton Reynes, Emberton with Petsoe, Great Brickhill, Hardmead, Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes, Moulsoe, Newton Blossomville, North Crawley, Sherington, Walton and Wavendon [Moulsoe Hundred] and Bletchley with Water Eaton, Bradwell with Bradwell Abbey, Calverton, Fenny Stratford, Great Linford, Loughton, Newport Pagnell with Caldecot, Newton Longville, Shenley Church End, Simpson, Stantonbury, Stoke Hammond, Stony Stratford East, Stony Stratford West, Willen, Woolstone Magna (Great), Woolstone Parva (Little), Wolverton and Woughton on the Green [Secklow Hundred].   

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The Poll Tax of 1694 was levied in order to fund a 'vigorous' war against France.  The basic rate, paid by most individuals aged sixteen and over, was four shillings per annum and was collected in four quarterly instalments.  This booklet contains a transcription of the lists of eligible persons for Eton town and College and the amount they were to pay.  Supplementary lists of persons added and removed since the previous collection for each of the subsequent quarters are included.

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This book deals with the Manors that lie within the parish of Little Missenden and extend into the surrounding parishes.  It contains a brief description and explanation of the main types of document to be found amongst Manorial records, together with transcripts of a Court Roll, part of a Court Book, Accounts, an Estreat Roll, an Extent, Presentments, a Quit Rental, a Rental, a Survey and some documents listing Manorial Tenants.  The transcripts cover the period 1718-1902.

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FULL TITLE:  Aylesbury Petty Sessions Volume One - Bastardy Cases.

A collection of the bastardy case entries recoded in the surviving Petty Session Minute Books and papers for the Aylesbury Division of Buckinghamshire in the periods 1801 to 1807, 1834 to 1840, 1852 to 1863 and 1896 to 1899.  Each entry contains the date of the hearing, the name of the mother and putative father and the salient points arising from the hearing.  Most entries include the child's sex and date of birth.  The names of witnesses have also been included in some cases.  Aylesbury Division included the parishes of Aston Clinton with St. Leonards, Aston Sandford, Aylesbury with Walton, Bierton with Broughton, Buckland, Cuddington, Dinton, Drayton Beauchamp, Ellesborough, Great Hampden, Great Kimble, Great Missenden, Haddenham, Halton, Hartwell, Horsenden, Hulcott, Ilmer, Kingsey, Little Hampden, Little Kimble, Little Missenden, Monks Risborough, Princes Risborough, Stoke Mandeville, Stone, The Lee, Towersey, Wendover and Weston Turville.  

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FULL TITLE:  Aylesbury Petty Sessions Volume Two - Settlements and Removals.

A collection of the settlement and removal entries recorded in the Petty Session Minute Books and papers for the Aylesbury Division of Buckinghamshire in the periods 1801 to 1807, 1834 to 1840, 1852 to 1863 and 1896 to 1899.  Aylesbury Division included the parishes of Aston Clinton with St. Leonards, Aston Sandford, Aylesbury with Walton, Bierton with Broughton, Buckland, Cuddington, Dinton, Drayton Beauchamp, Ellesborough, Great Hampden, Great Kimble, Great Missenden, Haddenham, Halton, Hartwell, Horsenden, Hulcott, Ilmer, Kingsey, Little Hampden, Little Kimble, Little Missenden, Monks Risborough, Princes Risborough, Stoke Mandeville, Stone, The Lee, Towersey, Wendover and Weston Turville.  

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FULL TITLE:  Fenny Stratford Petty Sessions Registers 1889-1898.

Petty Sessions were courts of summary jurisdiction at which two or more local Justices would meet to deal with the more minor criminal cases.  This booklet is a transcription of the Court register for Fenny Stratford Petty Sessions covering the period 1889 to 1898.  It includes the date of the hearing, the name of the informant or complainant, the name of the defendant and his or her age if under 16, the nature of the offence or matter of complaint and the minute of adjudication.  Fenny Stratford Petty Sessional Division included the parishes of Bletchley, Bow Brickhill, Fenny Stratford, Great Brickhill, Great Woolstone, Little Brickhill, Loughton, Milton Keynes, Newton Longville, Simpson, Stoke Hammond, Walton, Wavendon, Water Eaton, Woburn Sands and Woughton. 

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FULL TITLE:  Wycombe Petty Sessions - Bastardy Cases 1881-1909

A transcription of the bastardy applications taken from the Petty Sessions Registers and Minute Books for Wycombe (Borough and County) Divisions.  Each entry from the Registers includes the date of the hearing, the name of the informant, the name of the defendant, the nature of the offence or matter of complaint and the minute of adjudication.  The Borough Division Registers cover the period from June 1881 to July 1891 and from November 1893 to August 1909.  The County Division Registers cover the period from July 1901 to July 1909.  Entries from the Minute Books include further details about the cases and cover the period from February to October 1892 and from July 1897 to August 1909.

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A transcription of the Parish Memorandum Book created in 1831 by the incumbent of Stoke Poges providing information regarding the character, conditions and families of the poor of the parish.  The entry for each family includes the name, age and occupation of the head of the household, the name and age of any spouse or lodger, the situation of their residence, name and address of their landlord and annual rent payable.  Also included are the names and ages of the children, whether they are married, employed at service, unemployed at home or still at school.  In most cases the perceived character of the head of the household is included and in some instances there are notes regarding the children.

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