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Haddenham, a parish in the hundred of Aylesbury , 14.66 miles southwest of Soulbury, Bucks, 3 miles east northeast of Thame and 5 miles northwest of Chinnor, Oxfordshire; 1.75 miles southwest of Dinton, Bucks; and 5.72 miles southeast of Wotton Underwood, Bucks

04 Jul 1661 "…on the south side of the chancel of the Haddenham Parish Church there is a monument with these arms; Party per chev. three elephant heads erased. SAUNDERS impaling Ar. three wolves pass. in palesa. LOVETT" and "Near this place lieth interred the body of Francis SAUNDERS Esq. who married Susan, second daughter of Sir Robert LOVETT, of Liscombe, in the County Bucks, by whom he had issue four sons; two living, Thomas and John, and two dead; and ten daughters, six living and fower deceased. He died 4th July 1661, in the 69th year of his age." (Lovett Memorials…)

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