Opposite Nos. 1–2, former commercial use can be seen in Weavers and Tiverton Cottages.
This near-continuous run of cottages begins with Nos. 1–2 , where stonework shows that a first-floor central casement has been removed.
Among its most famous proponents was William Morris (1834-96), who, with others in his circle, produced hand-crafted wallpapers, textiles, furnitur
Its primary function was as a market house - the name 'Tolsey', found particularly in the Cotswolds and Wiltshire, suggests a place where market to
To medieval parishioners, heaven and hell were not abstract ideas but reality, reinforced by the wall paintings which adorned most parish churches.
Like many medieval towns, Burford's earliest shops were probably market stalls.
The analysis of medieval towns relies on the fact that the property boundaries which define urban house-plots (burgages) are very unlikely to chang
These transcripts are by members of the Burford/Henley probate group.
These transcripts are by members of the Burford/Henley Probate Group.