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4) and an Ionic Cross erected in 1908 to the memory of Thomas Harding, said to have been burned on , 'in the Dell going to Botley at the north end of the towne of Chesham.' (fn.5) The vicarage-house dates from the 18th century and took the place of Chesham Woburn or the 'lower' parsonage, the foundations of which have been traced near the Germain Street council school (1912), and which was destroyed about the same period. 6) Chesham Leicester, or 'upper parsonage,' stood in the park about 100 yards north of the church. 7) The house, which was probably built in the 16th century, was the residence successively of the Ashfields, Whichcotes and Skottowes (whose name has been given to the pond hard by), but was pulled down in the early 19th century. 8) To the south-west of the church is the Bury, the residence of Mr. It was built in the reign of Queen Anne by his ancestor, William Lowndes, secretary to the Treasury, and faces a large sheet of water, Bury Pond, which feeds the River Chess.Chesham had formerly a local board of nine members, but under the Local Government Act, 1894, an urban district council of eighteen members was established. The brewing industry is carried on to a certain extent, and the beech woods on the surrounding hills provide timber for the saw-mills, where it is turned into coarse wooden-ware chairs, spades, hoops, &c.

The existing parish covers an area of 1,386 acres, of which 736 acres are arable land, 621 permanent grass, and 16 woods and plantations. 1) The town lies in a picturesque situation about 340 ft.The eastern branch is called Red Lion Street from the name of an inn, the property of the Skottowes in the 18th century. 10) It leads past the almshouses erected in the reign of James I by Thomas son of Richard Wedon of Pednor, (fn.11) and past the Prospect Works, under the railway bridge through the picturesque hamlet of Waterside, constituted an ecclesiastical parish in 1867, (fn.The Chess, which flows along the valley, past Chesham Moor, affords occupation to breeders of ducks and cultivators of watercress.It also turns the wheels of three corn-mills, the first of which, Lord's, is a 17th-century building with broad gables, and the mill-house adjoining has a fine stack of chimneys.

The existing parish covers an area of 1,386 acres, of which 736 acres are arable land, 621 permanent grass, and 16 woods and plantations. 1) The town lies in a picturesque situation about 340 ft.The eastern branch is called Red Lion Street from the name of an inn, the property of the Skottowes in the 18th century. 10) It leads past the almshouses erected in the reign of James I by Thomas son of Richard Wedon of Pednor, (fn.11) and past the Prospect Works, under the railway bridge through the picturesque hamlet of Waterside, constituted an ecclesiastical parish in 1867, (fn.The Chess, which flows along the valley, past Chesham Moor, affords occupation to breeders of ducks and cultivators of watercress.It also turns the wheels of three corn-mills, the first of which, Lord's, is a 17th-century building with broad gables, and the mill-house adjoining has a fine stack of chimneys.The most striking external feature is the original moulded wooden tracery in the window of the gabled upper story of the solar wing.