Monument record 0438200000 - GREGORY'S/BUTLERS COURT

Summary

Manorial history of medieval and post-medieval manor of Butlers Court or Gregory's

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Site of Medieval manor of Gregory's

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • MANOR (Medieval to Post-Medieval - 1066 AD to 1798 AD)

Description

GREGORY'S MANOR, ALIAS BUTLERS COURT, HELD IN C15 OF BURNHAM ABBEY, ORIGINATED IN LANDS HELD BY GREGORY FAMILY IN C13 & C14. IN 1477 APPEARS AS GREGORY'S MANOR IN POSSESSION OF SIR JOHN BUTLER. EDMUND BURKE, THE STATESMAN & ORATOR, BOUGHT IT IN 1768 (FULL MANORIAL HISTORY)(B1).

Sources (10)

  • <1>SBC15671 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 3 PP156, 160-161.
  • <2>SBC7737 Bibliographic reference: LIPSCOMB 3 PP191-192.
  • <3>SBC1718 Bibliographic reference: BIRCH C (ED) 1976 BOOK OF BEACONSFIELD PP 23-26.
  • <4>SBC14476 Bibliographic reference: SHEAHAN PP810-811.
  • <5>SBC11960 Map: PIKE A R 15 AUG 1978 FIELD VISIT & FROM ROQUES MAP C1760 & OTHER MAPS OF PERIOD. ALSO BI6..
  • <6>SBC15025 Bibliographic reference: TAYLOR A C (ED) 1975 HISTORY OF BEACONSFIELD PP23- 26.
  • <7>SBC20089 Graphic material: Ravenhill and H Hulsbergh. Three engravings of Butler's Court, Beaconsfield.
  • <8>SBC19002 Unpublished document: Buckinghamshire County Museum Archaeological Service. 1998. Historic Parks and Gardens Register Review.
  • <9>SBC23364 Unpublished document: CgMs Consulting. 2009. Archaeological Desk Based Assessment: Land at Butlers Court, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield.
  • <10>SBC19612 Bibliographic reference: Beaconsfiled and District Historical Society. 1983. The History Of Beaconsfield.

Location

Grid reference SU 93800 90600 (point) (Approximate)
Civil Parish BEACONSFIELD, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

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Record last edited

May 4 2011 1:37PM

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