Monument record 0016300000 - HITCHAM MANOR

Summary

Eleventh to twentieth century records of Hitcham manor, once a separate parish

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Remains of Medieval manor of Hitcham

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • MANOR (Medieval to Modern - 1066 AD to 1945 AD)

Description

HITCHAM FORMERLY SEPARATE PARISH, DIVIDED BETWEEN TAPLOW & BURNHAM, 1934 (B1).
MANOR HELD PRE-CONQUEST BY HAMING, ASSESSED IN 1086 AS LANDS OF MILES CRISPIN. HIS LANDS UNITED WITH THOSE OF ROBERT DOYLEY IN HONOUR OF WALLINGFORD, TO WHICH HITCHAM ATTACHED AS LATE AS 1528 (FULL MANORIAL HISTORY)(B2).

Sources (10)

  • <1>SBC6933 Bibliographic reference: KELLY'S 1939 DIRECTORY FOR BUCKS P145.
  • <2>SBC15262 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 1 P260, 3 PP231-233.
  • <3>SBC8032 Bibliographic reference: LYSONS D & S 1813 MAGNA BRITANNIA P579.
  • <4>SBC5935 Bibliographic reference: GRIMES C H D 1926 YE OULDE STORIE OF HITCHAM (COPY FILED).
  • <5>SBC7468 Bibliographic reference: LIPSCOMB 3 P282.
  • <6>SBC12556 Bibliographic reference: RCHM 1 P205.
  • <7>SBC11182 Bibliographic reference: OS RECORD CARD SU 98 SW 07 (FILED).
  • <8>SBC4016 Bibliographic reference: DOE 1985 LIST OF BUILDINGS OF SPECIAL ARCHITECTURA L OR HISTORIC INTEREST: BUCKS 7/254 (COTTAGE) & 7.
  • <9>SBC3433 Map: John Davis. 1770. MAP OR PLAN OF THE PARISH & MANOR OF HITCHAM (COPY, FILED).
  • <10>SBC10370 Map: OS 1934 25 INCH MAP & OS 1960 1:25000 MAP.

Location

Grid reference SU 92120 82680 (point) (Approximate)
Civil Parish TAPLOW, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire
Civil Parish BURNHAM, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire
Civil Parish DORNEY, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

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Record last edited

Mar 21 2018 10:55AM

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