Monument record 0215600000 - LILLINGSTONE DAYRELL MANOR

Summary

Historical records of medieval to post-medieval manor

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (2)

  • MANOR (Medieval to Post-Medieval - 1066 AD to 1798 AD)
  • (Former Type) VILL (Recorded 1086, 11th Century - 1000 AD to 1099 AD)

Description

PRE 1066,LILLINGSTONES DAYRELL & LOVELL FORMED 1 VILL OF 10 HIDES.BY 1086 THEY WERE 2 5-HIDE VILLS,1 IN BUCKS,1 IN OXON.DAYRELL FORMERLY HELD BY SYRIC & IN 1086 BY WALTER GIFFARD.LATER HELD BY TALBOT, DAYRELL,ROBARTS(BI2)
Domesday entry:
Hugh holds Lillingstone (Dayrell) from Walter [Giffard]. It answers for 5 hides. Land for 5 ploughs; in lordship 1 1/2; [another] possible. 6 villagers with 5 smallholders have 2 ploughs; a third possible. Meadow for 5 ploughs; woodland, 1,200 pigs. Value 60s; when acquired 40s; before 1066, 50s. Seric, Queen Edith's man, held this manor; he could sell. (8)

Sources (8)

  • <1>SBC16678 Bibliographic reference: WILLIS B 1755 HISTORY & ANTIQUITIES OF BUCKINGHAM P217.
  • <2>SBC7683 Bibliographic reference: LIPSCOMB 3 P34.
  • <3>SBC16077 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 4 PP188-189.
  • <4>SBC1567 Article in serial: BCM PRINTS & DRAWINGS COLLECTION,ACC NOS 220.25;78 .1946,11-12,14,17 (& SEE RECS OF BUCKS 1954 16 P5.
  • <5>SBC10378 Map: Ordnance Survey. 1958. OS 1958 1:10560 MAP. 1:10,560.
  • <6>SBC10576 Bibliographic reference: OS FIELD INVESTIGATOR,JAN 1975.
  • <7>SBC12134 Bibliographic reference: PIKE A R JAN 1990.
  • <8>SBC4271 Bibliographic reference: John Morris (ed). 1978. Domesday Book: Buckinghamshire. 14:27.

Location

Grid reference SP 70470 39830 (point) (Approximate)
Civil Parish LILLINGSTONE DAYRELL, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

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Record last edited

Jun 28 2004 2:32PM

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