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The name Coney Weston has nothing to do with rabbits but is a hybrid from the Old Norse knungr meaning king and the Old English tun meaning town. The name was recorded as Cunungestuna in the Domesday Book in 1086. The West had appeared in a reference in 1326. In 1988 the population of the village was doubled by a boundary change which officially incorporated the Swan end of Barningham into Coney Weston. This was a logical move as that particular outlying part of Barningham was a mile from the main vi...

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    The name Coney Weston has nothing to do with rabbits but is a hybrid from the Old Norse knungr meaning king and the Old English tun meaning town. The name was recorded as Cunungestuna in the Domesday Book in 1086. The West had appeared in a reference in 1326. In 1988 the population of the village was doubled by a boundary change which officially incorporated the Swan end of Barningham into Coney Weston. This was a logical move as that particular outlying part of Barningham was a mile from the main vi...
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    The name Coney Weston has nothing to do with rabbits but is a hybrid from the Old Norse knungr meaning king and the Old English tun meaning town. The name was recorded as Cunungestuna in the Domesday Book in 1086. The West had appeared in a reference in 1326. In 1988 the population of the village was doubled by a boundary change which officially incorporated the Swan end of Barningham into Coney Weston. This was a logical move as that particular outlying part of Barningham was a mile from the main vi.
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    The name Coney Weston has nothing to do with rabbits but is a hybrid from the Old Norse knungr meaning king and the Old English tun meaning town. The name was recorded as Cunungestuna in the Domesday Book in 1086. The West had appeared in a reference in 1326. In 1988 the population of the village was doubled by a boundary change which officially incorporated the Swan end of Barningham into Coney Weston. This was a logical move as that particular outlying part of Barningham was a mile from the main vi...

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