Long Buckby, England. Remains of an old 'castle' of the motte (mound) and bailey (courtyard) type, built in about 1135, have been excavated. Home of Saer de Quincy, Mike's 27th great-grandfather.
Long Buckby - The village is in Northamptonshire midway between Northampton and Rugby and only two miles from Watford Gap. It is a large parish of about 4,400 people which includes two smaller settlements of Murcott and Buckby Wharf. The Wharf is on the Grand Union Canal near the Leicester Arm junction. The village has a railway station with lines to London and Birmingham.
My report for www.therealfacup.co.uk of the Bridgnorth Town v Long Buckby FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round tie.
Mary Leapor's birthplace, Marston St. Lawrence is located in Northamptonshire