|Beacon's Bottom shown within Buckinghamshire|
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Beacon's Bottom, also known as Bacon's Bottom, is a hamlet on the A40 between Piddington and Stokenchurch in England. Until 1895 it was administratively part of Oxfordshire, and was transferred to Buckinghamshire with its parent parish Stokenchurch in 1896. It was one of the principal sites of High Wycombe's 19th Century chair-making industry, known locally as bodging.
- William Page, ed. (1925). "Parishes: Stokenchurch". A History of the County of Buckingham. 3. Institute of Historical Research. pp. 96–101. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
- "Assignment of Leasehold premises D/147/49/1 1888". National Archives. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
- "Furniture making in Wycombe". Wycombe District Council. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
- "Antiques: List of Furniture Makers in the Wycombe District". The Arts and Crafts Home. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
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