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About Lillingstone Lovell
Lillingstone Lovell is a village and civil parish within Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located around 4 miles north of Buckingham and 8 miles west of Milton Keynes, and around 5 miles south of Towcester in the neighbouring county of Northamptonshire. Silverstone Circuit is located just over 2 miles north-west of Lillingstone Lovell. The parish adjoins that of Lillingstone Dayrell with Luffield Abbey. The toponym "Lillingstone" is derived from the Old English for "Lytel's boundary stone",
referring to the proximity of both places to the Northamptonshire boundary. At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086 both settlements were recorded jointly as Lillingestan
, though at that time there were already two manors owned respectively by the Dayrell and Lovell families. During the 13th century Lillingstone Lovell was known as Lillingstone Magna
while Lillingstone Dayrell was recorded as Lillingstone Parva
; this is believed to refer more to administrative ascendancy rather than territorial size. The adoption of the "Lovell" name came later, probably in reference to the lordship of the manor by the Lovell family line which died out in the early 14th century. Unlike its neighbour, Lillingstone Lovell was a detached portion of Oxfordshire under the control of the royal manor of Kirtlington
, valued for its woodland and hunting being part of the ancient Whittlewood Forest. It was transferred to Buckinghamshire under the Counties (Detached Parts) Act 1844.
The central part of the village, focussed on the church, Main Street and Brookside, was designated as a Conservation Area in 1989.
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