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Naseby is a historic village most famous for the Battle of Naseby in 1645. It is also the source of the River Avon . In the sixth century known as Hnaefes-byrig (the fortified place of one Hnaef) a very old english name. By Domesday it had become Navesberie which is the oldest recorded spelling of the name, and as late as 1700 was still known as Navesby.