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LITTLE MARLOW is a widely scattered parish and village, 1 1/2 miles N.E. from Great Marlow, in the hundred of Desborough, union of Wycombe. Here was a Benedictine Nunnery in honour of the Blessed Virgin, for four or five nuns, whose revenues at the time of the Dissolution were valued at £37 6s. 11d. The church, dedicated to St. John, is a neat edifice, with tower and three bells. The living is a vicarage, in the patronage of Samuel Burch, Esq.; the Rev. James Baines, M.A., incumbent. A handsome National School has lately been erected, at a cost of £800. There are charities of about £30 annual value. Westhorpe House, the residence of George Jackson, Esq., and the Manor House, the seat of J. P. Ellams, Esq., lord of the manor, are mansions of great beauty. The parish comprises an area of 3346 acres, chiefly chalk and gravel, with a population in 1861 of 790. The neighbourhood is celebrated for its beech-woods. An important business in the manufacture of satin-stich and embroidery, already affording employment for 300 persons, has been lately established at Well End, in this parish, by Messrs. George Cobden and Co.

Baines Rev James, M.A., Vicarage
Ellams J. P. esq., Manor house
Green Mr William
Jackson George, esq., Westhorpe house
Lunnon Mr Robert, Well end

Arlett James, coal merchant, Well end
Banwell William, farmer, Wood Barn farm
Baylis John, farmer, Pigeon house
Britnell Edward, beer retailer and blacksmith, Well end
Brown Timotheus, water-cress grower
Calcutt Harry, farmer, Westhorpe farm
Clark James, Rose and Crown
Clark William, parish clerk
Cobden George & Co., manufacturers of satin stich and embroidery, Well end
Collins John, marine store dealer, Flackwell heath
Doney Samuel, grocer
Franklin William, shoemaker, Well end
Fryer James, farmer, Well end
Goldhawk Henry, post office and mealman
Hussey Henry, grocer
Jarvis John, Railway Tavern, Bourne end
Lawrence James, shopkeeper
Keehle William, farm bailiff, Pigeon house farm
Meakes Joseph, blacksmith
Miles Joseph, farmer and grocer, Flackwell heath
Millen Humphrey, manager to Messrs George Cobden & Co., Well end
Morris Charles, farmer, Spade Oak farm
Morris William, sen., farmer
Nutt William, Black Lion, Well end
Pepper Jeremiah, carpenter and wheelwright, Well end
Phillips Josh., King's Head, and plumber and painter
Pym William, Green Man, Flackwell heath
Rose Ralph, farmer and beerseller, Well end
Salter James, farmer, Abbey farm
Seller James, jun., grocer, Flackwell heath
Simmonds William, farmer, Monkton farm
Smith Maria, beer retailer, Sheep ridge
Twitchen James, beerseller and jobmaster
Tyler George, collector of poor rates
Wigginton Robert, coal merchant
Wortley Robert, station master, Marlow ro«d

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