The modern library and local history room in Milton Keynes is located a 1960s planned development section featuring plenty of parking, retangle office, brick store blocks and urban boredom.
Milton Keynes is a medieval market town that received a planning make over in the 1960s. Now a ‘planned community’ of round-abouts and rectangular business plazas, several blocks in length, it does feature plenty of parking even if there be a dreary sameness to its governmental and commercial centre. Charm, there is none.
Ye ole village pump stands even today on the small village green in Sherington. The now disappearing British Telephone red box is in the background, and across the street, a closed facility labeled, I think ironically given our family history, the Virginia Store!
The circumstantial evidence is building that we have found the father and grandfather of Christopher Holyman, Sr. (1618 - 1691)....