The Burford/Henley Probat
The Chantry House is a high-status, late medieval timber-framed building on the east side of Henley churchyard, north of the the church.
When complete this website will contain transcripts of all the wills and inventories for Burford for the period 1500 to 1700.
These now separate buildings were formerly the White Hart Inn, said to have been built and opened around 1615 by Richard Merywether. No.
In contrast to the houses further east, buildings from here to the end of Sheep Street resulted from 16th- and 17th-century development of what was
Behind a remodelled 17th-century façade are remains of another medieval house, documented from 1492 when the guild of the chapel of St Mary in Burf
The ashlar façade is of 1696 (datestone), but masks an earlier building: note the position of the doorway and side passage, squeezed into a corner.
A house here may have been occupied in 1652 by Leonard Mills, carrier (taxed in 1662 on 5 hearths), and owned in 1685 by Robert Aston (of the
The ashlar façade of No.