Tudor manor house.
|Bertone: Arnulf de Hesdin from Bishop of Bayeux.
Beachampton Hall manor house; The Grange, a timber-framed farmhouse.
|Bec(h)entone: Hugh from Walter Giffard; Leofwin of Nuneham from the king and from Roger d'Ivry.
|Bichedone: Bishop of Bayeux; Miles Crispin.
|Begraue: Roger from Bishop of Bayeux.
A large 18th century house stands on the site of a Cistercian abbey.
|Bech(t)esdene: King's land; Count of Mortain. 2 mills.
Absorbed by Aylesbury.
|Bortone: Roger from Bishop of Bayeux.
Built round a ravine of the River Lyde.
|Bledlai: Count of Mortain. Mill.
On the outskirts of Buckingham.
|Bo(u)rtune: King's land (assessed in Buckingham); Hugh from Walter Giffard. 2 mills.
Ancient disused church near Boveney Court, a 15th century timber-framed house.
|Boueni(a)e: Reinbald the Priest, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king; Gerard from Giles brother of Ansculf.
Picturesque. It climbs the steep slope of a wooded hill crowned by Danesborough hill fort.
|Brichelle: Robert from Bishop of Lisieux; Ralph and Robert from Walter Giffard. Mill.
Boycott Boycott Manor.
The childhood home of Benjamin Disraeli (1804-81), now owned by the National Trust.
|Bradeham: Swarting and Harding from the king.
Remains of a 12th century Benedictine priory; earthworks of a motte and bailey castle.
|Bradew(uu)elle: Walter Hacket from Walter Giffard; William de Feugeres from William FitzAnsculf (who, as sheriff, wrongfully dispossessed William Cholsey).
Brill Hilltop; clay-working centre for 600 years; 17th century postmill; mineral spring.
Brook Lost. Remembered only in the name of Brook's Copse.
Broughton (near Aylesbury)
Broughton Manor Farm; traces of an ancient moat.
|Brotone: William de Warenne.
Broughton (near Moulsoe)
Medieval wall paintings in church; manor farm with charming timber-framed buildings.
|Brotone: Hugh from Walter Giffard; Morcar, the pre-Conquest holder, from Countess Judith. Mill.
|Bochingheham: with Bortune 1 hide TRE, now the same. Land for 8 ploughs; in lordship 2. 26 burgesses, 11 smallholders, 2 slaves. Mill, pasture. Value £10 TRE; now pays £16 in white silver. Bishop Remigius [Bishop of Lincoln] holds the church. Bishop Wulfwy held it from King Edward.Bishop of Coutances has 3 burgesses. Earl Hugh has 1 burgess, Burghard of Shenley's man. Robert d'Oilly has 1 burgess, Azor son of Toti's man. Roger d'Ivry has 4 burgesses, all Azor's men. Hugh de Bolbec has 4 burgesses, Alfric's men. Mainou le Breton has 4 burgesses, men of Edeva, wife of Sired. Hascoit Musard has 1 burgess, Azor son of Toti's man. Arnulf de Hesdin has 1 burgess, Wiglaf's man. William de Castellion has 2 burgesses, Earl Leofwin's men. Earl Aubrey has 1 burgess. Leofwin of Nuneham has 5 burgesses.
|Bochelande: Walter from Bishop of Lincoln.
Engulfed by Slough suburbs; site of a 12th century Augustinian abbey which was restored by nuns as a convent in 1916.
|Burneham: Walter FitzOthere.
The farms of Upper and Lower Burston recall the Domesday village name.
|Bricstoch: Alan from Count of Mortain; Thurstan from Walter Giffard; William from Miles Crispin.