St Nicholas, Taplow
The village name is Old English in origin, and means 'Tæppa's hill'; the Anglo-Saxon burial mound of Taeppa can still be visited. Taplow was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Thapeslau.
William Grenfell, 1st Baron Desborough lived at Taplow Court. Nearby is Cliveden, former home of Nancy Astor.
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- Bucks Archeological Service Historic Environment Resource Assessment
- Hart, Jonothan; Mc Sloy, E. R. (2011). "A Late Prehistoric Hilltop Settlement and Other Excavations Along the Taplow and Dorney Water Pipeline". Records of Buckinghamshire (Buckinghamshire Archeological Society) 51.
- Christopher Winn, I Never Knew That About the River Thames (Random House, 2010) ISBN 0-09-193357-9 p.138