St. Andrew's Churchyard

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St. Andrew's Churchyard

Great Linford, Milton Keynes Borough, Buckinghamshire, MK14 5AU England
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Great Linford is a historic village, district and civil parish in the northern part of Milton Keynes, England, between Wolverton and Newport Pagnell.Great Linford was one of the North Buckinghamshire villages incorporated into Milton Keynes at its designation in 1967.

Written as Great Linford to distinguish it from the even tinier Little Linford, the village is another on the Grand Union Canal. The name Linford is thought to derive from the crossing point over the River Ouse which now separates Great Linford from Little Linford to the north, where there were linden trees. The first reference to Linford occurs in 944, when "King Edmund gave to his thegn Aelfheah, land at Linforda with liberty to leave it to whom he wished"; it appears in the Domesday Book as Linforda.

In the early sixteenth century, the rector of this parish Dr Richard Napier was widely known as a medical practitioner, astrologer and curer of souls. He was referred to by many in the upper classes, including the Earl of Sunderland who lived under his care for some time in 1629.
The parish church of Saint Andrew is a Grade II listed building and dates from 1215.It is set in the grounds of Linford Manor, next to the local arts centre.


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GPS Coordinates: 52.07286, -0.75971

  • Added: 13 Aug 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2620167