South Warwickshire Family History Society Town and Villages Project

St GilesOld HouseStreet ViewSt Giles Interior 


was a settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book and located in the hundred of Stoneleigh and the county of Warwickshire. In 1086 it had a recorded population of 9 households putting it in the smallest 20% of settlements recorded in Domesday. Also known as the land of Robert of Stafford. The Doomsday survery revealed that the village had 6 villagers, 2 smallholders and 1 slave.

More recently Bubbenhall is a village and civil parish in Warwickshire. It is set 5.5 miles (9 km) southeast of Coventry and 5 miles (8km) northeast of Leamington Spa. It has two pubs, Three Horseshoes and The Malt Shovel. Nearby villages include Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Baginton, Stoneleigh and Weston under Wetherley.

The Parish Church St Giles is mainly 13th & 14th century but the chapel was established some time before 1153. In our church you can find two "green men", dating from the 13th century, a Norman font, and stained glass by Kempe.

Bubbenhall in 2019

  • Boer War Memorial Window
  • Old House
  • St Giles Interior
  • St Giles
  • Street View
  • Wood Framed Brick House

Bubbenhall in Black & White

  • St Giles 1926
  • Three Horseshoes 1900s
  • Village 1930s
  • Village St Giles 1930s
  • Village Street 1900s

Links to SWFHS Content about Bubbenhall

Other Online Resources About The History of Bubbenhall. Our thanks for use of some of content above.

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