Monument record 0064300000 - THE WARREN, BLEDLOW

Summary

Saxon inhumation cemetery found in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Saxon cemetery found in late 19th and early 20th century
  • SHINE: Late prehistoric flint-working site, Roman building and Saxon cemetery at the Warren, found by fieldwalking and earlier discoveries

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • INHUMATION CEMETERY (5th Century Saxon to 10th Century - 410 AD to 999 AD)

Description

GRAVES FOUND S SIDE OF WARREN, LATE C19, 60CM FROM SURFACE (B1-2).
OS 1885 MAP SHOWS SITE AT SP7756 0135, BUT 1922 EDITION HAS CORRECT LOCATION (B3-5).
IN 1912 C SKILBECK FOUND GRAVES & KNIFE IN UPPER RAG-PIT (AT NGR) WHERE PREVIOUS BONES HAD COME FROM, WHICH WERE REBURIED IN BLEDLOW CHURCHYARD (B5-10).

Sources (10)

  • <1>SBC14367 Bibliographic reference: SHEAHAN PP104-105.
  • <2>SBC8122 Bibliographic reference: MAIDENHEAD & TAPLOW FIELD CLUB ANNUAL REPORT 7 1891 P37.
  • <3>SBC10193 Map: OS 1877/85 1ST EDIT SIX-INCH MAP.
  • <4>SBC10353 Map: OS 1922 SIX INCH MAP (SEE J F HEAD'S WORKING MAP IN CAS FILE 2616).
  • <5>SBC7410 Bibliographic reference: LETTER FROM C O SKILBECK TO J F HEAD, 1949 (FILED).
  • <6>SBC6210 Bibliographic reference: HEAD J F 1946 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE AD 450-700, RECSOFBUCKS14P314"".
  • <7>SBC6248 Bibliographic reference: HEAD J F 1955 EARLY MAN IN S BUCKS PP97, 99, 147.
  • <8>SBC918 Bibliographic reference: BCM ACCESSIONS REGISTER (SEE ALSO LETTER FROM C O SKILBECK IN CAS FILE 0645).
  • <9>SBC8298 Bibliographic reference: MEANEY A 1964 GAZETEER OF EARLY ANGLO-SAXON BURIAL SITES P57.
  • <10>SBC10701 Bibliographic reference: OS RECORD CARD SP 70 SE 12, DEC 1965..

Location

Grid reference SP 77680 01430 (point)
Civil Parish BLEDLOW-CUM-SAUNDERTON, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (2)

Related Events/Activities (2)

  • Event - Intervention: (EBC10001)
  • Event - Intervention: (EBC14416)

Record last edited

Aug 9 2018 1:19PM

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