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Dinton, a parish chiefly in the hundred of Aylesbury, but comprising also the hamlet of Aston-Mollins in the hundred of Ashendon, and the liberty of Moreton in the hundred of Desborough, 12.93 miles southwest of Soulbury, 5.86 miles northwest of Wotton Underwood, and 1.85 miles east of Haddenham.

22 Jan 1623 . Dinton Church. Parish Register of Baptisms. Robert LOVETT, son of Sir Robert LOVETT. (Lovett Memorials…)

Robert LOVETT, third son of Sir Robert LOVETT and Anne SAUNDERS (said to have been the daughter of Richard SAUNDERS of Dinton, Bucks).

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