evolution of the townscape of medieval Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire. by Janet Robinson

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Published by Bradwell Abbey Field Centre in Milton Keynes .

Written in English

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SeriesBradwell Abbey Field Centre for the study of Archeology,Natural History & Environmental Studies,Occasional Paper No 2,April 1975
ContributionsSlater, T. R.(editor), Bradwell Abbey Field Centre.
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Pagination23p. :
Number of Pages23
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Newport Pagnell was first designated as a conservation area by Buckinghamshire County Council in and last reviewed in In the conservation area was extended to include the surviving former Aston Martin works buildings on Tickford Street. Map 1 'Newport Pagnell: Conservation Area Boundary and Listed Buildings' shows the extent.

In the civil parish of Newport Pagnell. In the historic county of Buckinghamshire. Modern Authority of Milton Keynes.

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL There has been a settlement at Newport Pagnell since before the Iron Age, it being inevitable that a community should spring up at the junction of two rivers, the Ouse and the Lovat, both fordable at this point.

(VCH Bucks III, 1). Apart from Newport Pagnell, where Domesday Book reveals the presence of burgesses, there is no indication that any other place in the county had any claim to urban status by the end of the eleventh century (Reed). The period of expansion and growth, which had begun in the ninth century, continued.

NEWPORT PAGNELL. (O.S. 6 in. N.W.) Ecclesiastical (1). Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, stands at the E. end of the High is built of stone rubble, except the tower, which is faced with ashlar; all the walls but those of the chancel have embattled parapets.

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This view from beside The Dolphin pub shows how important the Tudor church tower is to the townscape. An extract from Buckinghamshire Photographic Memories. Buckinghamshire Historic Towns Project The Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Historic Towns Project Contents 5 Milton Keynes 6 South Bucks District 7 Wycombe District 8 Using the Historic Towns Project 9 Further Information 10 Glossary and References Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Hanslope Little Brickhill Newport Pagnell Olney.

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Unfortunately, when the First World War broke out, Percy and Reginald went off to fight and Percy was killed in action in Percy was remembered by the men he fought with and the officers as a hero and a very caring, special man.


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