Kathryn was confronted in London one day after spending the weekend at the wedding of her brother, Euan, in Buckinghamshire.
They occupied Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, and Hertfordshire.
In 1895 it was in possession of the Duchess of Buckinghamshire.
The original painting is at Liscombe, Buckinghamshire, a property which still belongs to the Lovett family.
We have also some turf-cut crosses at White-leaf and Bledlow, in Buckinghamshire.
Mr. Disraeli addressed the citizens of Buckinghamshire on the 17th, the occasion being an agricultural dinner.
It is about forty miles from London, and on the Buckinghamshire border.
Mr. Petre was of a good Buckinghamshire family, and was married, as we have already intimated, to Jane Lane's elder sister.
He had come from Buckinghamshire, and had been accustomed to a dairy farm.
And so it had been with the days that had elapsed before their departure from Buckinghamshire.
Old English Buccingahamscir, from Buccingahamme (early 10c.), "River-bend land of the family or followers of a man called Bucca."