St. Peter's, Tyringham
Tyringham Hall and Park
|Population||250 (2011 Census)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Post town||NEWPORT PAGNELL|
Historically, the parish of "Tyringham with Filgrave" (or "Tyringham cum Filgrave") was first created in 1639 by the union of two parishes.
Historically, Tyringham on its own once contained only two houses, but was a village in its own right because it had an ecclesiastic parish.
- Neighbourhood statistics 2011 Census, Accessed 4 February 2013
- H. F. Nielsen, The Germanic Languages: Origins and Early Dialectal Interrelations (Tuscaloosa, 1989), p. 62 [Tyringham, Buckinghamshire, and related names may reflect settlements of Thuringians].
- Youngs. Guide to Local Administrative Units of England: Volume 1
- Parishes in Milton Keynes Archived 2009-06-08 at the Wayback Machine - Milton Keynes Council.
- http://www.mkweb.co.uk/statistics/documents/Population%5FBulletin%5F2005%2D6%2Epdf page 22
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