Bubbenhall Medieval Settlement
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Bubbenhall based on the first edition Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS first edition map of 1886, 27SW.
2 Listed in Domesday; it was in Stoneleigh Hundred. The Phillimore edition has a grid reference of 3672.
Ref 22,11 also from Robert, Aelfric holds 5 hides in Bubbenhall. Land for 5 ploughs. In lordship 1 1/2 ploughs, with 1 slave; 6 villagers and 2 smallholders with 2 1/2 ploughs. A mill at 4s; woodland 2 furlongs long and as wide. Value 50s. He also held it freely.
3 The 1886 map shows a small compact village with clear strip fields surviving on the eastern side. Two areas of ridge and furrow also survive; one to the north [WA2837] and another to the southwest. Both lie at a little distance from the village. The church [WA 2827] dates from the C12th/13th.