Boxmoor

Boxmoor, or Boxmoor Village, is a district of Dacorum in Hertfordshire, England. It is now part of Hemel Hempstead. It is a district of mainly nineteenth century housing and meadowland, repeatedly cut through by transport links from London to the The Midlands.

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Hemel Hempstead Railway Station - History
... Hemel Hempstead station opened with the line as "Boxmoor" ... It has also been called "Boxmoor and Hemel Hempstead" (1912–1930) and "Hemel Hempstead and Boxmoor" (1930–1963) ... occasional freight trains running down to Boxmoor ...
Primary Schools In Dacorum - Hemel Hempstead - West
... Type Gov Opened Intake DCSF number Ofsted number Web Coordinates Boxmoor – Primary CY 117107 ... W 51°44′57″N 0°29′19″W / 51.7493°N 0.4885°W / 51.7493 -0.4885 ... later passed to board control, and became Boxmoor Primary School ...
Box Moor Trust - History
... in the Hemel Hempstead area, at Boxmoor, and these were purchased in secret by three Hemel Hempstead townspeople - John Rolfe, Richard Pope and Willian Gladman - in 1581 for £75 ... March 1802, highwayman Robert Snooks was hanged at the scene of his crime on Boxmoor for the robbery of a postboy ... St John's Church in Boxmoor was built in 1874, on land the Trust had provided in 1829 ...
Marian Rejewski - In France and Britain - Britain
1943 and were posted to a Polish Army facility in Boxmoor, cracking German SS and SD hand ciphers ... also recorded receipt of German Police Decrypts from Boxmoor from October 1945 to July 1944 ... Gustave Bertrand fled to England in June 1944, he and his wife were provided with a house in Boxmoor a short walk from the Polish radio station and ...
Boxmoor - Sports
... Boxmoor Cricket Club was founded in 1857 when the Box Moor Trust let some of their land be used as a cricket pitch that is known as the Boxmoor oval which had a pavilion ...