The following reference sources have been used in the construction of this page, and may be referred to for further detail. Most if not all of these volumes are available in the Reference section of the County Library in Aylesbury.
"Buckinghamshire", E.S. Roscoe, London Methuen & Co Ltd, 1935. "Buckinghamshire Returns of the Census of Religious Worship 1851", Legg E. ed., 1991, ISBN 0 901198 27 7. "The Victoria History of the Counties of England: Buckinghamshire", Page W. ed., 1905-1928 "War Memorials and War Graves: High Wycombe and area, Volume 11", Peter Quick.
War memorials in Lane End have been transcribed by Peter Quick, and published in a booklet entitled "War Memorials and War Graves: High Wycombe and area, Volume 11", available from the Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society.
An ecclesiastical census was carried out throughout England on 30 March 1851 to record the attendance at all places of worship. These returns are in the Buckinghamshire Record Office and have been published by the Buckinghamshire Record Society (vol 27). The returns for Lane End showed the following numbers:
Lane End, Holy Trinity
188 - Morning General Congregation 171 - Morning Sunday Scholars 359 - Morning Total
208 - Afternoon General Congregation 171 - Afternoon Sunday Scholars 379 - Afternoon Total