Hurbuck

 

 

Site type: DMV

There are no visible remains at the site although ridge and furrow can be seen in the surrounding area. Platforms had been suggested to the west of Low Meadows Farm. [1] Hurbuck is known from documentary references but the exact nature of the settlement is unclear.

Appears in the Gazetteer of Deserted Medieval Villages known in 1968.

References:
[1] NMR Pastscape Record No. 22356.
Pre-1974 county:
Durham
Historic parish:
Lanchester
Present county or unitary area:
County Durham
Modern parish:
Lanchester
Grid reference:
NZ 148482
Latitude:
54.82842816
Longitude:
-1.77116115

Documentary resources
Domesday reference:
Domesday minimum number of individuals:
Taxation 1291 (main):
Not recorded
Taxation 1291 (portions):
Not recorded
Lay subsidy 1334 total paid:
Poll Tax 1377 number who paid:
Poll Tax 1377 total paid:
Poll Tax 1379 number who paid:
Poll Tax 1379 total paid:
Poll Tax 1381 number who paid:
Poll Tax 1381 total paid:
Lay subsidy 1524 number who paid:
Lay Subsidy 1524 total paid:
Lay Subsidy 1525 number who paid:
Lay Subsidy 1525 total paid:
Lay Subsidy 1543/4 number who paid:
Diocesan returns 1563:
Not recorded
Census 1801 total population:
Not recorded
Census 1841 total population:
Not recorded
Census 1841 inhabited houses:
Not recorded
E179 date and type last doc:
Additional information
Alternative names:
Presumed date of depopulation:
NMR number:
22356
HER number:
DURH 1879
Investigation history:
1974 Field Visit.
1979 Field Visit.
Cartographic or photographic records:
RAF F22/540/1792 0397-98 Taken 13 March 1956.
Site status:
Not Scheduled
x coordinate:
414800
y coordinate:
548200
Bibliography:
Beresford, M.W. and J.G. Hurst (eds) 1971. Deserted Medieval Villages. London: Lutterworth.
See also:
NMR Pastscape
www.pastscape.org.uk/hob.aspx?hob_id=22356