Monument record 0446600000 - WIDDENTON PARK

Summary

Medieval and post-medieval deer park mentioned in the fourteenth to eighteenth centuries

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of Medieval deer park boundary
  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of Medieval deer park boundary
  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of Medieval deer park boundary
  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of Medieval deer park boundary
  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of Medieval deer park boundary

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Type and Period (2)

  • PARK (14th Century to 18th Century - 1300 AD to 1799 AD)
  • DEER PARK (First mentioned 1350, 14th Century to 18th Century - 1300 AD? to 1799 AD?)

Description

INCLUDED IN BISHOP'S MANOR OF WEST WYCOMBE WAS WYDINDON PARK, OF CONSIDERABLE AREA. PASTURE FROM PARK MENTIONED 1350, & 1540 REPAIRS MADE TO E HEDGES. MENTIONED IN MANORIAL TRANSFERS OF 1670, 1698 & 1706. FAMILY IN W WYCOMBE C13 & C14, 'DE WYDINDON' (B1).
WIDDINGTON PARK WOOD ON MAPS (B2).
SURVEY (B3).

Sources (4)

  • <1>SBC15482 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 3 P138.
  • <2>SBC2326 Article in serial: L M Cantor and J Hatherly. 1977. 'THE MEDIEVAL PARKS OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE', in Records of Buckinghamshire 20. Vol 20 part 3.
  • <3>SBC9244 Bibliographic reference: MR & MRS D MILLER (CMAG) 1980 SURVEY (FIL ED).
  • <4>SBC11488 Bibliographic reference: PAGE M (ED) (1996) PIPE ROLLS OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 1301-1302, HANTS RECORD SOCIETY 14, WES.

Location

Grid reference Centred SU 8215 9158 (2140m by 690m) (Centred on)
Civil Parish WEST WYCOMBE RURAL, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Civil Parish FINGEST AND LANE END, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Civil Parish HIGH WYCOMBE, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (3)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Survey: (EBC13747)

Record last edited

Aug 1 2018 6:09PM

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