Monument record 0440900000 - CLIVEDEN PARK, TAPLOW

Summary

Medieval to post-medieval records of Cliveden Park

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • PARK? (Medieval to Post-Medieval - 1066 AD? to 1798 AD?)

Description

CLIVEDEN, THOUGH NEVER APPARENTLY A MANOR, DOUBTLESS ACQUIRED ITS SEPARATE IDENTITY ON THE DIVISION OF STEPHEN DE CLIVEDEN'S LANDS IN EARLY C13. APPEARS THAT CLIVEDEN REVERTED TO OWNERS OF AMERDEN, AS IT REAPPEARS AS CLIVEDEN PARK ALIAS MANFIELD'S, OWNED BY THE MANFIELDS IN C16 (FULL HISTORY)(B1).
Buildings report held at NMR (B18).

Sources (25)

  • <1>SBC15712 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 3 PP241,243.
  • <2>SBC5608 Bibliographic reference: GENTS MAGAZINE LIBRARY ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY P28 7.
  • <3>SBC7745 Bibliographic reference: LIPSCOMB 3 PP296-297.
  • <4>SBC14364 Bibliographic reference: SHEAHAN PP 854-855.
  • <5>SBC11687 Bibliographic reference: PEVSNER 1960 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE PP98-99 & PL61A.
  • <6>SBC9891 Bibliographic reference: NATIONAL TRUST 1977 PROPERTIES OF....
  • <7>SBC4001 Bibliographic reference: DoE. 1985. LIST OF BUILDINGS OF SPECIAL ARCHITECTURAL OR HISTORIC INTEREST: BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: DISTRICT OF SOUTH BUCKS.
  • <8>SBC4637 Bibliographic reference: English Heritage. 1994. Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England: Buckinghamshire. Part 4.
  • <9>SBC19209 Bibliographic reference: National Trust. 1999. Annual Archeological Review No. 7 1998-99. p46.
  • <10>SBC20134 Article in serial: Stephanie Lawrence. 2001. A walk around Cliveden: Thursday 11 October 2001.
  • <11>SBC22758 Article in serial: Sarah Rutherford. 2006. 'Cliveden: How the Estate Developed', and 'Cliveden Revealed', in The Bucks Gardener, Spring 2006 pp8-10. Issue 23.
  • <12>SBC22759 Article in serial: Sarah Rutherford. 2006. 'Cliveden Illustrated', in The Bucks Gardener (Newsletter of the Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust) Issue 24, Autumn 2006 pp5-9. Issue 24.
  • <13>SBC20012 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeology. 2002. The South Terrace, Cliveden, Taplow, Buckinghamshire - Archaeological watching brief.
  • <14>SBC19717 Article in serial: CBA South Midlands Group. 1995. South Midlands Archaeology 25, 1995. No 25.
  • <15>SBC23158 Article in serial: Charles Boot. 2008. 'The Rose Garden at Cliveden', in The Bucks Gardener 27/28 (Summer 2008) pp3-4. 27/28.
  • <16>SBC23216 Unpublished document: Wessex Archaeology. 2008. The National Trust Estate at Cliveden: Archaeological Survey Gazetteer.
  • <17>SBC23228 Unpublished document: Parklands Consortium Ltd. 2006. Cliveden: Landscape Framework Report.
  • <18>SBC23358 Unpublished document: English Heritage. 2006. NMR Buildings Reports. BF082361.
  • <19>SBC24057 Unpublished document: Northamptonshire Archaeology. 2011. An Archaeological Monitoring of Test Pits at Cliveden House.
  • <20>SBC24236 Bibliographic reference: National Trust. 2002. Cliveden Garden.
  • <21>SBC24340 Unpublished document: Cotswold Archaeology. 2010. Cliveden Hotel: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment.
  • <22>SBC24371 Article in serial: John Phibbs. 2013. 'A List of Landscapes That Have Been Attributed to Lancelot 'Capability' Brown', in Garden History Vol 41 part 2 pp244-277. Vol 41, part 2. p252.
  • <23>SBC25371 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeology. 2018. ANPR Trench, Cliveden: Archaeological Watching Brief.
  • <24>SBC25378 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeology. 2016. SSP Trench, Cliveden: Archaeological Watching Brief.
  • <25>SBC24413 Unpublished document: Network Archaeology. 2013. Cliveden House, Sewage Disposal Project - Archaeological Watching Brief.

Location

Grid reference SU 91020 85180 (point)
Civil Parish TAPLOW, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (12)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Intervention: Watching brief, Cliveden, SSP trench (Ref: TASSPWB) (EBC18267)

Record last edited

Apr 29 2021 4:48PM

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