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Encyclopedia > Gawcott

Gawcott is a hamlet in the parish of Buckingham, in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located to the south of the town.

The hamlet name is Anglo Saxon in origin, and means 'cottage for which rent is payable'. In the Domesday Book in 1086 the hamlet was recorded as Chauescote.

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Borough of Buckingham (including Bourton, Lenborough and Gawcott) (3296 words)
War memorials in Buckingham and Gawcott have been transcribed by Peter Quick, and published in a booklet entitled "War Memorials and War Graves: Buckingham Hundred, Volume 7", available from the Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society.
Gawcott is derived from two words, the first being gafol which is old english and means tax tribute or rent, and the second part cot, meaning cottages.
Hence the name Gawcott means 'Cottage(s) for which rent is payable'.
Dept. Electra House - Gawcott Radio Station (664 words)
Surveying the immediate area, he eventually chose a large field at Gawcott, near Buckingham and construction duly began.
The radio station at Gawcott was approached by a gravel path and - topped by an electrified strand - a four foot high barbed wire fence surrounded the site.With Russell Coleman as his 2nd in command, Mr.
Thomas Pryke held charge of the station with the personnel accommodated at lodgings in the village.
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