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In 1847 George Lipscomb in his "The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham" lists the following rectors and vicars for Bledlow:
1281 John Oudenarde - also listed in 1298 and presumed to be rector in between.
---- John Grenestede - presented by the Convent of Grestein. Died 1316
1316 Ingeramus de Blanville - presented by the Procurator of Gresteyn Convent
1340 David de Waley or Walters - presented by the King
1343 John Briers, or de Brian - presented by the King.
1344 Roger Ottery - presented by the King.
1389 John Cassels - presented by William Sleaford, Dean of St. Stephen's College, Westminster
1414 John Markhan, alias Spoynel
---- John Grebard - died vicar 1476. Succeeded by
---- Henry Tybard - died 1506.
1506 William Heron, A.B. - presented by St. Stephen's College, Westminster. Died 1525 and was succeeded by
1531 John Underhill - He resigned in 1534
1534 John Barber, or Barlow - occurs in 1538 also.
1556 William Fortescue - presented by Anthony Sampson
1578 John Smith
1592 William Syer - presented by Queen Elizabeth. Died Rector of Radnage and was buried there.
1605 Edward Stevens, A.M. - presented by the King
1617 William Sharpe - pesented by the King, in the minority of William Fitz-Herbert, Patron. Also listed in 1650
1662 Adam Langley, B.D. - presented by James Blancks, Gent. He died 1663 (also Rector of Radnage)
1663 Brian Emott - presented by James Blancks Esq. (also Vicar of Great Missenden)
1674 Timothy Hall, A.B. - presented by Mrs Eliz. Blancks, widow.
1678 William Stevenson, A.M. - presented by John Crosse, Gent. He died in 1728
1728 Hugh Whistler, A.M. - presented by Henry Crosse, Esq. On his cession
1732 John Taylor, A.M. - presented by Henry Crosse, Esq. Also Rector of Weston Turville until his death in 1775
1775 John Davey, A.M. - presented by Elizabeth Hayton of Ivinghoe, widow. He died in 1798 and was succeeded by
1798 Nathaniel Gilbert - presented by Samuel Whitbread Esq. He was a native of the Island of Antigua. He died at his Vicarage-house in 1807 and was succeeded by
1808 William Stephen, A.M. - presented by the Right Hon. Robert (Smith) Baron Carrington.
[Last updated: 29th Decemnber 2000 - Kevin Quick]