Buckinghamshire Family History Society (Northern Group)
Wednesday, 3rd April 2019 at 7.30 pm
Methodist Church Hall, Queensway, Bletchley MK2 2HB
Speaker: Julian Hunt.
It has the biggest village green in the county. It also has perhaps the most surviving ridge and furrow of any Bucks parish, so it is ideal to explain how open-field agriculture worked. It was also unusual in having its Rector as Lord of the Manor for several generations, making the process of enclosure particularly easy. What is more difficult to explain is why a large village with a very wide range of trades and occupations had dwindled to such a small population by the time Milton Keynes was designated in 1967.
Visitors are welcome – £4.00 to attend meetings.