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Hanslope

Place

Hanslope is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes. The village is about 4 miles WNW of Newport Pagnell, about 4 miles north of Stony Stratford and 8 miles north of Central Milton Keynes. The northern parish boundary is part of the county boundary with Northamptonshire.

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Google previewRoyal County Directory of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, and Oxfordshire (1876)

by J.G. Harrod&Co

Linnell William Geary Purcell William Thomson John HANSLOPE is a parish 5 miles from Stony Stratford, and 4, from Wolverton railway station, in the hundred, union, and county court district of Newport Pagnell, diocese of Oxford, archdeaconry of Buckingham, and rural deanery of Newport. The church, dedicated to St. James the Great, is of Perpendicular architecture, and has a lofty tower surmounted by a crocketted spire. The living is a vicarage, annual value £ 150 with residence, ...

Google previewthe post office directory of northamptonshire, huntingdonshire, bedfordshire, buckinghamshire, berkshire, and oxfordshire (1869)

by e. r. kelly

There is no receiver or letter box in the parish | Kearley John, farmer | ThompsonJohn,Risi7i(jr5«n, &farmr HANSLOPE is a large parish and village, on the borders of Northamptonshire, 6t miles north-west from Newport Pagnell, 5 north from stony Stratford, 10 from Northampton ...

Google previewThe Penny Magazine (1838)

Hanslope is a straggling village in a large agricultural parish of the same name on the edge of Buckinghamshire. It lies about two miles from the Railway, on a considerable elevation. An extensive view of the fertile vale of Aylesbury is to be obtained from the steeple. We can see a large portion of the country through which we have come from Denbigh Hall, the Railway winding through the centre of the valley. Newport Pagnell lies about 4 miles north-east, and Northampton about 6 ...

Google previewThe Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1846)

Hanslope is a straggling village in a large agricultural parish of the same name on the edge of Buckinghamshire. It lies about two miles from the Railway, on a considerable elevation. An extensive view of the fertile vale of Aylesbury is to be obtained from the steeple. We can see a large portion of the country through which we have come from Deubigh Hall, the Railway winding through the centre of the valley, Newport Pagnell lies about 4 miles north-east, and Northampton about 6 ...

Google previewJohnson's dictionary of the English language, in miniature. Johnson's English dictionary in miniature; with the addition of several thousand words, and the pronunciation, on the basis of Walker. To which is subjoined, a concise heathen mythology, and numerous other useful tables ... Adapted for the use of schools. Eighth edition. Adapted by the Rev. Joseph Hamilton (1848)

Hampton Minchin, Hanbury, Handsworth, Handsworth, Hanley, Hanley Castle, Hanslope, Harborne, Harborough Market, Harbury, Hardingstone, Harefield, Harleigh, Harleston, Harling, Harlow, 3|Harmondsworth, Harpenden, Harrington, Harrogate, ...

Google previewInstant Encyclopaedia of Geography (1993)

by Shatrughna Prasad Sinha

The Hanslope Series, also on Chalky Boulder Clay, forms a discontinuous periphery to the Ragdale soils, occurring mainly on valley sides or slopes. Though similar to the Ragdale soils m clay content, the calcium carbonate percentage is higher and the drainage is better. The Cottam Complex occurs on sandy reddish boulder clay derived from Triassic rocks. This heterogeneous clay outcrops on valley sides from beneath the Chalky Boulder Clay of the plateau. The profile shows a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of British Place-Names (2011)

by David Mills

Hanslope Milt.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

Mauduit, [Hanslope, Buckinghamshire.] The same. Mauduit, gu. three pales, dancettee, or. — Crest, out of a five-leaved coronet or, a griffin's head, betw. two wings ar. beaked or. Maufield, ar. two bars sa. over all, a wivern, displayed, of the field. Maulby, or Maltby, [London,] ar. on a bend, betw. two bendlets engr. gu. three garbs or. Maule, per pale, ( another, wavy,) ar. and gu. a bordure, charged with eight escallops, all counterchanged. — Crest, a dragon vert, from the mouth and tail ...

Google previewThe Grove Encyclopedia of Decorative Arts (2006)

by Gordon Campbell

The Buckinghamshire towns of Aylesbury, Great Marlow, Hanslope, Newport Pagnell, Olney and Stony Stratford were important centres of a domestic lace industry. Bobbin lace had been made in the county since the 16th century. By the 19th century it had established a county style ( similar to the laces of ...

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