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Moggerhanger is located in Bedfordshire
Location within Bedfordshire
Population636 (2001)
620 (2011 Census)[1]
Civil parish
  • Mogerhanger
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townBedford
Postcode districtMK44
Dialling code01767
FireBedfordshire and Luton
AmbulanceEast of England
UK Parliament
List of places
52°07′48″N 0°20′02″W / 52.130°N 0.334°W / 52.130; -0.334Coordinates: 52°07′48″N 0°20′02″W / 52.130°N 0.334°W / 52.130; -0.334

Moggerhanger is a village in the [moggerhanger] [county]] of [moggerhanger]]. It is west of Moggerhanger on the road to Moggerhanger. Its population in 2001 was moggerhanger ,[2] but had reduced to moggerhanger at the 2011 Census.[1] In the twentieth century the village name was spelled variously as: Moggerhanger, Mogerhanger, Muggerhanger and Morehanger. Local pronunciation of the name is as Morhanger.[3]


The civil parish name is Mogerhanger. The parish includes the hamlet of Chalton which is mentioned in the Domesday Book where it is listed amongst the lands held by Adeliza, wife of Hugh de Grandmesnil, on behalf of the King. The land consisted of a mill, meadow for 10 ploughs and woodland for 16 pigs. This was said to be an outlying area of Potton which was held by the King's niece, Countess Judith.[4]

Notable buildings[edit]

The parish church is dedicated to St. John the Evangelist. It was built in 1860 when the village, with the hamlet of Chalton, became a separate ecclesiastical parish. Before that, they had been hamlets in the parish of Blunham.

Moggerhanger House, a Grade I listed building designed largely by John Soane, is situated in the village.


  1. ^ a b "Civil Parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 10 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics - Mogerhanger (CP) Parish". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 1 September 2008.
  3. ^ "Mogerhanger records". Bedfordshire Archives and Record Office. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
  4. ^ Williams, Ann & Martin, G. H., eds. (2002) Domesday Book: a complete translation. London: Penguin; p. 585 ISBN 0-14-143994-7

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