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Chalfont St. Giles lies in the county of Bucks, hundred of Burnham, with Amersham to the northwest; Beaconsfield to the southwest; and Chenies to the northeast. Rickmansworth, Herts lies 3.77 miles to the northeast; Chesham Bois, Bucks (See Chesham) 3.93 mi. to the northwest; Flaunden, Herts 4.73 to the northeast; Harefield, Middlesex 4.73 mi. to the southeast; and Little Missenden 4.85 miles to the northwest.

"Sir William FLEETWOOD of Cranford co. Middlesex, Receiver of the Court of Wards [1609] married Joane or Jane CLIFTON daughter of Gervase Lord CLIFTON" (The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham, by George Lipscomb, London, J & W Robins 57 Tooley Street- Hereafter HAB. v.3 p227)

"Sir William FLEETWOOD of Cranford, was the some of Thomas FLEETWOOD Esq of the Vache, in Chalfont St. Giles [Bucks], Master of the Mint; Sheriff of Bucks 1564; ob. (died) 1 Nov. 1570 aet 52 [age or more correctly attained, the age of, so born c. 1518]. Thomas had a younger Brother ; Robert, who was the progenitor of Sir William FLEETWOOD of Missenden [Bucks]." [ibid]

"Sir William FLEETWOOD of Missenden [Bucks] had a grandson John FLEETWOOD who married Elizabeth ARCHDALE daughter of Richard of Wycombe." [ibid p. 377]

Richard ARCHDALE was the son of Barnard and Anne FERNE Archdale of Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire (whose niece, Margaret, daughter of Thomas and Mary CLIFTON Archdale, married John COMBE).

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