Monument record 0691001000 - N of Tuckey Farm: Dammerham Slade


Possible water supply for early medieval settlement of 'Deneburgham'.

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded


Type and Period (1)

  • WATERCOURSE? (16th Century - 1500 AD to 1599 AD)


An article tracing the 10th century boundary of the Manor of Winslow notes the estate map of Salden shows the junction of two streams in an area generally known as 'Demoran'. Damoran was the name of one of Winslow's open fields systems and was spelt Deneburgham or Denburnham in the 13th century and Damerham in 1599. The instructions for following the boundary refer to 'Ditchpool' which persists in further documetary references as Dike pool, Dikepole and Dykepool suggsting a man-made watercourse. The stream also flows through a furlong called 'Damerham Salde' leading to the conjecture that it was the source of water for the hamlet of 'Deneburgham'. The watercourse is not largely piped (B1).

Sources (1)

  • <1>SBC20208 Article in serial: E J Bull and Julian Hunt. 1996. 'Rewalking the Tenth-century Perambulation of Winslow Manor', in Recs of Bucks 38 pp90-108. Vol 38. p99.


Grid reference SP 75277 26957 (point)
Civil Parish WINSLOW, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

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Record last edited

Apr 5 2019 8:47AM

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