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Coordinates: 51°57′30″N 1°00′17″W / 51.9582°N 1.0046°W / 51.9582; -1.0046 Hillesden Hillesden  Hillesden shown within Buckinghamshire Population 213 [1] OS grid reference SP678302 Parish Hillesden District Aylesbury Vale Shire county Buckinghamshire Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town BUCKINGHAM Postcode district MK18 Dialling code 01296 Police Thames Valley Fire Buckinghamshire Ambulance South Central EU Parliament South East England UK Parliament Buckingham List of places: UK • England • Buckinghamshire Hillesden is a village and is also a civil parish within Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England. It is in the very north of the county, about four miles south of Buckingham. The village name is Anglo Saxon in origin, and means 'Hild's hill'. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the village was recorded as Ilesdone, though earlier it had been referred to as Hildesdun. North side view of All Saints church, Hillesden. Hillesden is split up into three areas; Church End, The Orchard and The Barracks. Church End is situated at the top of the hill and surrounds the church. The Orchard consists of Orchard Cottages and Orchard View, whilst The Baracks are situated across from Great Ground. Hillesden was the home of the Denton family. During the English Civil War the manor house at Hillesden, was owned by Sir Alexander Denton, Member of Parliament for Buckingham. Denton was a Royalist and his house at Hillesden became a focal point in the conflict. In January 1644 Parliamentary forces occupied Hillesden House but they were ejected. In early February Colonel William Smith garrisoned Hillesden House with about 260 men to support the King at Oxford. The house was occupied by many of the Denton family and some of the Verney family and Sir Alexander also arrived at the house by chance. A force of over 2000 men under Oliver Cromwell and Samuel Luke laid siege to the house at the beginning of March. After the surrender Smith and Denton were taken prisoner and moved to the Tower of London, while the house was destroyed and the family beggared. Denton died a prisoner on New Years Day 1645.[2] The medieval church, built in 1493 was saved from the ravages of war, however, and remains to this day along with Cavalier bullet holes in its door. The parish church in Hillesden is dedicated to All Saints. The tithes of this church were anciently collected by Christ Church, Oxford. References ^ Neighbourhood Statistics 2001 Census ^ Parishes : Hillesden, A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 4 (1927), pp. 173-180. Date accessed: 05 October 2010 External links Media related to Hillesden at Wikimedia Commons v · d · eAylesbury Vale District Buckinghamshire • County Council elections • District Council elections Aylesbury Constituency • Buckingham Constituency Towns (Component Areas and Hamlets) Aylesbury (Bedgrove, Berryfields, Broughton, California, Elm Farm, Elmhurst, Haydon Hill, New Zealand, Prebendal Farm, Quarrendon, Queens Park, Southcourt, Turnfurlong, Walton, Walton Court, Weedon Hill) • Buckingham (Bourton, Buffler's Holt, Castle Fields, Mount Pleasant, Page Hill) • Wendover (Cobblers Hill, Concord, Dean, Hazeldean, Kings Ash, Little London, Lower Bacombe, Scrubwood, Smalldean, The Hale, Upper Bacombe, Wendover Dean, Wendover Marsh, World's End) • Winslow (Shipton, Shipton Brook) Other Civil Parishes (Component Villages and Hamlets) Addington • Adstock • Akeley (Akeley, Stockholt) • Ashendon (Ashendon, Lower Pollicott, Upper Pollicott) • Aston Clinton (Aston Clinton, Chivery, Vaches) • Aston Abbotts • Aston Sandford • Barton Hartshorn • Beachampton • Biddlesden • Bierton with Broughton (Bierton, Broughton, Broughton Crossing, Burcott) • Boarstall (Boarstall, Honeyburge) • Brill (Brill, Little London) • Buckland (Buckland, Buckland Wharf) • Calvert Green (Calvert) • Charndon • Chearsley • Cheddington (Cheddington, Cooks Wharf) • Chetwode • Chilton (Chilton, Easington) • Coldharbour (Fairford Leys) • Creslow • Cublington • Cuddington • Dinton-with-Ford and Upton (Aston Mullins, Dinton, Ford, Gibraltar, Upton, Waldridge, Westlington) • Dorton • Drayton Beauchamp • Drayton Parslow • Dunton • East Claydon (Botolph Claydon, East Claydon) • Edgcott • Edlesborough (Dagnall, Edlesborough, Northall, Ringshall) • Fleet Marston • Foscott • Gawcott with Lenborough (Gawcott, Lenborough) • Granborough (Granborough, Green End) • Great Brickhill • Great Horwood (Great Horwood, Singleborough) • Grendon Underwood • Haddenham (Haddenham, South End) • Halton • Hardwick • Hillesden • Hoggeston • Hogshaw (Fulbrook, Hogshaw) • Hulcott • Ickford • Ivinghoe (Greatgap, Horton, Ivinghoe, Ivinghoe Aston, Ringshall) • Kingsey • Kingswood (Kingswood, Tetchwick) • Leckhampstead • Lillingstone Dayrell with Luffield Abbey (Lillingstone Dayrell, Luffield Abbey) • Lillingstone Lovell • Little Horwood • Long Crendon • Ludgershall • Maids Moreton • Marsh Gibbon (Marsh Gibbon, Little Marsh, Summerstown) • Marsworth (Marsworth, Startop's End) • Mentmore (Crafton, Ledburn, Mentmore) • Middle Claydon (Middle Claydon, Verney Junction) • Mursley • Nash • Nether Winchendon • Newton Longville • North Marston • Oakley (Addingrove, Little London, Oakley) • Oving • Padbury • Pitchcott • Pitstone (Barley End, Pitstone, Pitstone Green, Pitstone Hill) • Poundon • Preston Bissett • Quainton (Quainton, Shipton Lee) • Quarrendon (Berryfields) • Radclive-cum-Chackmore (Radclive, Chackmore) • Shabbington • Shalstone • Slapton (Grove, Horton Wharf, Slapton) • Soulbury (Bragenham, Chelmscote, Hollingdon, Soulbury, Stockgrove) • Steeple Claydon • Stewkley (North End, Stewkley, Stewkley Dean) • Stoke Hammond • Stoke Mandeville • Stone with Bishopstone and Hartwell (Bishopstone, Hartwell, Lower Hartwell, Sedrup, Stone) • Stowe (Boycott, Dadford, Lamport, Stowe) • Swanbourne (Nearton End, Swanbourne) • Thornborough • Thornton • Tingewick • Turweston • Twyford • Upper Winchendon • Waddesdon (Eythrope, Waddesdon, Wormstone) • Water Stratford • Watermead • Weedon (East End, Weedon, Weedon Hill) • Westbury • Westcott • Weston Turville (Bye Green, Weston Turville) • Whaddon • Whitchurch • Wing (Ascott, Burcott, Littleworth, Wing) • Wingrave (Burston, Nup End, Rowsham, Wingrave) • Woodham • Worminghall • Wotton Underwood Former Districts and Boroughs Municipal Borough of Aylesbury • Buckingham Rural District • Long Crendon Rural District • Wing Rural District Former Constituencies Buckinghamshire County Constituency • Wendover Constituency List of Parliamentary constituencies in Buckinghamshire • List of places in Buckinghamshire • List of civil parishes in Buckinghamshire