Fleet Marston is a civil parish and deserted medieval village in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England. It is to the west of Aylesbury. The main A41 between Aylesbury and Waddesdon runs through the middle of the parish. The toponym "Marston" is derived from the Old English for "marsh farm". The prefix "Fleet" refers to a stream in the parish, and was added to distinguish the village from nearby North Marston. The Domesday Book of 1086 records the village as Mersetone. In the 13th century the village name was recorded as Flettemerstone.

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  • Fleet Marston is a civil parish and deserted medieval village in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England. It is to the west of Aylesbury. The main A41 between Aylesbury and Waddesdon runs through the middle of the parish. The toponym "Marston" is derived from the Old English for "marsh farm". The prefix "Fleet" refers to a stream in the parish, and was added to distinguish the village from nearby North Marston. The Domesday Book of 1086 records the village as Mersetone. In the 13th century the village name was recorded as Flettemerstone. There is evidence that there has been a church in Fleet Marston since at least 1223, although the main building appears to be of 14th century design. Existing church records date back to 1630. Some buildings in the village, including Fleet Marston Farm, date from the 17th century. Shortly after his ordination as deacon in 1725 John Wesley is known to have preached his first sermon at Fleet Marston. The manor referred to in the below entry stood near the church, and was demolished in 1772. In 1806 Magna Britannia described Fleet Marston as follows: FLEET-MARSTON, in the hundred of Ashendon and deanery of Waddesdon, lies about three miles from Aylesbury, on the road to Bicester. The manor, which was for many years in the Lees, has been lately purchased of their representative, Lord Dillon, by James Dupré esq. of Wilton Park. The advowson of the rectory being then the property of John Tirrel-Morin esq. was advertised for sale in the month of May 1805. By 1851 the parish was already in decline. The religious census of 1851 recorded that the population of the village was 30, with just 8 attending church on Sunday 30 March. By 1871 the population had reduced to 23, living in 5 houses. Little remains of the village today. To the south of the parish is the farm at Putlowes and Putlowes Cottages just to the south west of the A41. In the centre of the parish, just to the north east of the A41 are some smaller farms and the redundant St. Mary's parish church. To the north of the parish are Fleet Marston Farm (incorporating the farm shop), Fleet Marston Cottages and Lower Fleetmarston Farm. The latter can only be accessed via the Berryfields Road in Quarrendon parish (another deserted village). In all the parish has an area of 934 acres (378 ha). The main line railway, the Great Central and Metropolitan Joint line ran through the parish though this has long since been downgraded to a single, freight only line. However Chiltern Railways recently extended the line running from London Marylebone to Aylesbury. The line now runs to a new station, Aylesbury Vale Parkway, which is near Fleet Marston. (en)
  • فليت مارستون (باكينجهامشير) (بالإنجليزية: Fleet Marston) هي قرية و أبرشية مدنية تقع في المملكة المتحدة في إنجلترا. يقدر عدد سكانها بـ 47 نسمة . (ar)
  • Fleet Marston is een plaats en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Aylesbury Vale, in het Engelse graafschap Buckinghamshire met 39 inwoners. Civil parishes in het ceremoniële graafschap Buckinghamshire Addington· Adstock· Akeley· Amersham· Ashendon· Ashley Green· Aston Abbotts· Aston Clinton· Aston Sandford· Astwood· Aylesbury· Barton Hartshorn· Beachampton· Beaconsfield· Biddlesden· Bierton with Broughton· Bledlow-cum-Saunderton· Bletchley and Fenny Stratford· Boarstall· Bow Brickhill· Bradenham· Bradwell· Bradwell Abbey· Brill· Broughton· Buckingham· Buckland· Burnham· Calvert Green· Calverton· Campbell Park· Castlethorpe· Central Milton Keynes· Chalfont St. Giles· Chalfont St. Peter· Charndon· Chartridge· Chearsley· Cheddington· Chenies· Chepping Wycombe· Chesham· Chesham Bois· Chetwode· Chicheley· Chilton· Cholesbury-cum-St. Leonards· Clifton Reynes· Cold Brayfield· Coldharbour· Coleshill· Creslow· Cublington· Cuddington· Denham· Dinton-with-Ford-and-Upton· Dorney· Dorton· Downley· Drayton Beauchamp· Drayton Parslow· Dunton· East Claydon· Edgcott· Edlesborough· Ellesborough· Emberton· Farnham Royal· Fawley· Fleet Marston· Foscott· Fulmer· Gawcott with Lenborough· Gayhurst· Gerrards Cross· Granborough· Great and Little Hampden· Great and Little Kimble· Great Brickhill· Great Horwood· Great Linford· Great Marlow· Great Missenden· Grendon Underwood· Haddenham· Halton· Hambleden· Hanslope· Hardmead· Hardwick· Haversham-cum-Little Linford· Hazlemere· Hedgerley· Hedsor· Hillesden· Hoggston· Hogshaw· Hughenden Valley· Hulcott· Ibstone· Ickford· Iver· Ivinghoe· Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow· Kingsey· Kingswood· Lacey Green· Lane End· Lathbury· Latimer· Lavendon· Leckhampstead· Lillingstone Dayrell· Lillingstone Lovell· Little Brickhill· Little Chalfont· Little Horwood· Little Marlow· Little Missenden· Long Crendon· Longwick-cum-Ilmer· Loughton· Ludgershall· Maids Moreton· Marlow· Marlow Bottom· Marsh Gibbon· Marsworth· Medmenham· Mentmore· Middle Claydon· Milton Keynes· Moulsoe· Mursley· Nash· Nether Winchendon· New Bradwell· Newport Pagnell· Newton Blossomville· Newton Longville· North Crawley· North Marston· Oakley· Olney· Oving· Padbury· Penn· Piddington and Wheeler End· Pitchcott· Pitstone· Poundon· Preston Bissett· Princes Risborough· Quainton· Quarrendon· Radclive-cum-Chackmore· Radnage· Ravenstone· Seer Green· Shabbington· Shalstone· Shenley Brook End· Shenley Church End· Sherington· Simpson· Slapton· Soulbury· Stantonbury· Steeple Claydon· Stewkley· Stoke Goldington· Stoke Hammond· Stoke Mandeville· Stoke Poges· Stokenchurch· Stone with Bishopstone and Hartwell· Stony Stratford· Stowe· Swanbourne· Taplow· The Lee· Thornborough· Thornton· Tingewick· Turville· Turweston· Twyford· Tyringham and Filgrave· Upper Winchendon· Waddesdon· Walton· Warrington· Water Stratford· Watermead· Wavendon· Weedon· Wendover· West Bletchley· West Wycombe· Westbury· Westcott· Weston Turville· Weston Underwood· Wexham· Whaddon· Whitchurch· Wing· Wingrave and Rowsham· Winslow· Woburn Sands· Wolverton and Greenleys· Wooburn and Bourne End· Woodham· Worminghall· Wotton Underwood· Woughton (nl)
  • Fleet Marston – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Buckinghamshire, w dystrykcie Aylesbury Vale. Leży 64 km na północny zachód od centrum Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 39 mieszkańców. (pl)
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  • فليت مارستون (باكينجهامشير) (بالإنجليزية: Fleet Marston) هي قرية و أبرشية مدنية تقع في المملكة المتحدة في إنجلترا. يقدر عدد سكانها بـ 47 نسمة . (ar)
  • Fleet Marston – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Buckinghamshire, w dystrykcie Aylesbury Vale. Leży 64 km na północny zachód od centrum Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 39 mieszkańców. (pl)
  • Fleet Marston is a civil parish and deserted medieval village in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England. It is to the west of Aylesbury. The main A41 between Aylesbury and Waddesdon runs through the middle of the parish. The toponym "Marston" is derived from the Old English for "marsh farm". The prefix "Fleet" refers to a stream in the parish, and was added to distinguish the village from nearby North Marston. The Domesday Book of 1086 records the village as Mersetone. In the 13th century the village name was recorded as Flettemerstone. (en)
  • Fleet Marston is een plaats en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Aylesbury Vale, in het Engelse graafschap Buckinghamshire met 39 inwoners. Civil parishes in het ceremoniële graafschap Buckinghamshire (nl)
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