The far-left column lists landowners: Penelope Box owned the 10 parcels that were itemised under numbers 68–81, but only occupied the house at number 68.
The second column lists occupiers: Philip Box (Penelope’s son) was tenant of the other nine parcels, which were agricultural land and included a cottage.
3 PARCEL 33
The buildings and land here were the new Buckingham Union Workhouse, owned by the board of guardians of the Poor Law union.
4 JOHN SHEPPARD
Philip Box was also the freeholder of parcels 91–94. However, he let these to a tenant, John Sheppard, who is listed as the occupier.
The parcel numbers cross-reference with those shown on the map; note that they are not in consecutive numerical order.
6 A PAIR OF PUBS
Two pubs, the Grand Junction and the Horse and Groom, are listed. Edwin Spector and John Ellingham were the respective landlords. 7STATE OF CULTIVATION This column reveals how each field is used. The adjacent column includes a note of the acreage of each parcel.