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There is also a Congregational chapel here, built in 1847.

Pottery and tile-making were mediaeval industries at Brill, (fn.

Brunhelle (xi cent.); Breohilla, Brohill (xii cent.); Bruhulle, Brihull, Brehull (xiii cent.).

This parish, which, like Boarstall, lay within Bernwood Forest, and in the 13th century gave the alternative name of the forest of Brill to part if not the whole of it, (fn.

Not far off lies Rushbeds Wood, of which more than 100 acres were inclosed about 1575, (fn. Beyond the addition of the tower in the early 15th century and the insertion of windows at various dates in the Middle Ages, the plan of the fabric remained practically unchanged till 1839, when the north aisle was added.

14) a part, called Upper Rushbeds Coppice, being still Crown land in 1651, when the Parliamentary commissioners reported that a sufficient number of acres from it should have been given to the late Sir John Dynham to compensate him for the office of forester. 15) Other inclosures, against which the people of Brill petitioned Queen Elizabeth, were made at Clere Fields and Poole Trees, (fn. In 1889 the south aisle and porch were built, and the chancel, which had been reroofed in the early 17th century, was ex tended eastwards about 6 ft.

On the south wall of the chancel is an early 16th-century brass inscription to John Hood and his wife Maud.

The manor-house, at the south end of the village, appears to have been developed from a half-timber house of the late 15th century.

The structure, as it now stands, is mainly of the late 16th century, and the walls are of brick with stone dressings, the original timber portion having been encased.

13) and continued to the latter half of the 19th century. The walling is principally of rubble and the roofs are tiled.

About a mile north of the village, beyond the old brickfields and the common with its old wooden mill, is Brill station, on the Brill and Quainton Road branch of the Metropolitan and Great Central Joint railway. The chancel and nave date from the early 12th century.