Long Buckby is a (very) large village and civil parish in the Daventry district of Northamptonshire, England, midway between Northampton and Rugby. In the 2011 census the parish of Long Buckby (which includes the hamlet of Long Buckby Wharf) had a population of exactly 4,000. It is a part of the Daventry district.
PH Location maps. Long Buckby Wharf is a 30 minute drive from Coventry, Hinckley, Leicester, Kettering, Northampton and Milton Keynes. Rail stations at Long Buckby Wharf and Rugby for London and Birmingham
Saher de Quincy (I), or Quency, was the tenant of Anselm de Chokes at Long Buckby, co. Northhampton in (probably) 1124 - 1129. He presumably derived the Quincy or Quency name from Cuinchy, near Béthune, on the border of Artois and Flanders, which is less than 10 miles from Chocques, the original home of his Northhampton overlord. It is probable that name of Saher, or Saier is a corruption either from the Hebrew Zair, affliction; or the Saxon Segher, Sigher, or Seagar, a Conqueror.