Butlers Marston

The name Butlers Marston comes from 'marsh farm' and the village is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The parish is separated on the north from Combrook by the Dene Brook, and part of its eastern boundary is formed by another stream, which turns west to run half-way across the parish and then north to flow into the Dene Brook.

The village contains a few cottages with stone walls and thatched roofs which may be of the 17th century.