Bothamsall is a small village in central Nottinghamshire. The earliest historical reference to the settlement is in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it is mentioned as “Bodmescel” (Morris 1977, 281ab). The name Bothamsall derives from Old English and means a ‘shelf by a broad river valley’ (Mills 1993, 44), no doubt a reference to the location of the village on a ridge overlooking the valley of the River Meden. Such evidence suggests a pre-Conquest origin for the settlement.
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- Address: 21 Main Street, Bothamsall, Retford, DN22 8DT
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|Date Last Updated:||Thursday, March 21, 2019|
|Update Frequency:||As needed|
|Resource Owner:||Bothamsall Parish Council|
|Use Constraints:||No conditions apply|
|Geographic Extent:||Bassetlaw district|
|Contact:||Contact the Bassetlaw Open Data Team|