• The goddesses Baudihillia and Beda mentioned in inscription in homesteads along the Hadrian's Wall in Northern England. Originators were Friesians.
    (Rudolf Simek, Lexikon der germanischen Mythologie, 1984, S. 7, 42/43)

  • The Alamann Hariobaudaes and the Friesians Merobaudes, Mallobaudes and Bauto are officers in the Roman Army. Bauto becomes Field Marshal of the Roman Empire, his daughter marries Emperor Arcadus of the East Roman Empire in 395.
    (Die Alamannen, S. 119-122)

  • The brothers Butilin, also called Buccelenus, and Leuthari become commanders-in-chief (dukes) of the Alamanns condoned by the Franconian kings.
    (Dirlmeier, Quellen zur Geschichte der Alamannen V, S. 22)

  • "Pagus Bautensis" mentioned in a (falsified) document. The district (pagus) is supposed to be named after a local goddess called Beda (according to Förstemann).
    (Monumenta Germaniae dipl. Tomus I, 177)

  • In the Palatinate Castle of Bodman at the Lake of Constance the St. Gallen Abbot Otmaris imprisoned by the Franconian Counts Ruthard and Warin.
    (Handbuch der historischen Stätten, 6. Bd., S. 100)

  • Peterale (Bedra near Horb) mentioned in a document issued by Count Gerold at Nagold in the context of an extensive donation of estates to the monastery of St. Gallen.
    (WUB 1, S. 34)

  • Budincheim (Bietigheim/Enz) mentioned.
    (Handbuch der historischen Stätten, 6.Bd., S. 83)

  • Butinga (Langenbeutlingen, District of Hohenlohe) mentioned.
    (Handbuch der historischen Stätten, 6.Bd., S. 448)

  • Putlinga (Püttlingen near Dietenhofen) mentioned.
    (Förstemann, 2. Bd., 1983, S. 502)

  • Pitengouva (Peiting, District of Schongau) mentioned.
    (Reg. Augsburg Nr. 302)

  • Biutelsbach (Beutelsbach in the valley of the River Rems) mentioned first, in context with the marriage of Luitgards von Beutelsbach and Konrad von Wirtemberg.
    (Handbuch der historischen Stätten, 6.Bd., S. 80)

  • Butinsulza mentioned (vanished between Pliezhausen, Gniebel and Rübgarten, in the parcel of Büttensülzer Häule).
    (WUB 1, 296)

  • Budinga (Büdingen/Budig, Moselle, Canton Metzervisse, France) mentioned.
    (Schützeichel, S. 502)

  • Konrad von Beutelsbach and his brother Bruno, Abbot of the Hirsau Monastery, donate to this monastery a large estate at Pfronsdorf near Nogold. Konrad of Beutelsbach has also properties at Döffingen, Schafhausen, Heimerdingen and Sersheim.
    (Codex hirsaugiensis)

  • Villam Budelingen (Bidlingen/Bidling, Lorraine, France) mentioned.
    (Schüzeichel, S. 503)

  • Buttinwisum (Buttenwiesen, District of Wettingen/Bavaria) mentioned.
    (Handbuch der historischen Stätten, 7.Bd., S. 122)

  • Ulrici Butiezzi mentioned as citizen of Ulm. By possessions and social history connected to the Ulm Butzen Well and the place of Butzental near Ulm.
    (UUB, 1. Bd., S. 37/8)

  • Hainricus dictus Biuteli (at 1265 also called Biutelär) mentioned at Kürnbach near Schussenried.
    (WUB 5, 183)

  • Bithenbach/Bithun (Beutau, suburb of Esslingen) mentioned.
    (WUB 6, 382)

  • Berthold von Betzweiler (near Oberndorf/Neckar) mentioned.
    (WUB 8, 229)

  • Alberti de Butilshis (Bittelschieß near Sigmaringen) mentioned. It seems that a Berthold von Butelsciez was already mentioned in 1083 in the foundation document of the Monastery of St. Georgen.
    (Handbuch der historischen stätten, 6. Bd., S. 90)

  • Luitgard von Buttelbrunn (near Weikersheim) mentioned.
    (Hohenl. Urkundenbuch I, S. 365 u. 444)

  • Hermanus dictus Butinger, citizen of Schwäbisch Hall. He comes presumably from Langenbeutingen.
    (WUB 10, 286)

  • Burkart Beutinger, judge in Heilbronn/Neckar.
    (HUB I, 35)

  • Hans Buttel mentioned in Malterdingen near Freiburg, in Wellingen an estate mentioned called Büttingin.
    (Tennenbacher Güterbuch, Stuttgart 1969, Seite 331 und 513)

  • Beutenmühle, a mill, mentioned on the upper course of the Ammer River near Herrenberg, when Albrecht der Brenner sold an estate mortgage to the Saints of Deckenpfronn.
    (HSTAS, A602/9237)

  • Johannes de Butteler, Marshall and Knight Volcmarus Butigularius, citizen in Fulda.
    (Hohenl. Urkundenbuch II, S. 285)

  • Widemhof at Bettingen (Böttingen near Ulm) mentioned.
    (UUB, 2. Bd., 1. Teil, S. 144)

  • Putlingen mentioned, deserted near Gunzenhausen/Bavaria, in the vicinity: Budling, Butliger Weg, Butlinger Wald.
    (Schützeichel, S. 333)

  • Butelrisch (Beutelsreusch near Ulm) mentioned.
    (Alb-Donau-Kreis, II. Bd., S. 379)

  • Peter Butlinger or Buttigler mentioned at Kürnbach/Hohenlohe.
    (Hohenl. Urkundenbuch III, S. 357, 360, 366)

  • Böttlingershof mentioned at Rottenacker/Danube as possession of the Masters of Emerkingen.
    (Alb-Donau-Kreis, II. Bd., S. 839)

  • Aberlin der Bütler mentioned at Malsheim near Leonberg.
    (HSTAS, A602/10507)

  • Iring von Butiler, servant of the Bishop Albrecht of Würzburg.
    (Hohenl. Urkundenbuch III, S. 545)

  • Jose Bitterlin, son of Hans Bitterlin, citizen of Ulm.
    (UUB, 2. Bd., 2. Teil, S. 688)

  • Buttelschieß of Ebhausen near Nagold gives 6 chickens from his small estate in the Mühlengrund.
    (Karl Heinz Spiess, Das älteste Lehensbuch der Pfalzgrafen bei Rhein, Stuttgart 1981, S. 60)

  • Bettingers field at Rotenfelden mentioned.
    (HSTAS, A517/367)

  • Cuntzlin Beder mentioned at Bildechingen near Horb. Later an estate existed there called Bedershof.
    (HSTAS, B462/108)

  • Claus Butler, citizen of Horb, donates an altar to St. Mary' Chapel at Bildechingen (today Pfarrkirchen).
    (HSTAS, B44/88)

  • Hainrich Bötyß, landholder's steward on the Monhardter Freihof estate. The Monhardt estate (oppidum Monhardt), situated between Ebhausen and Altensteig was sold by the bailiffs of Wöllhausen to the Convent Reithin near Wildberg in 1290.
    (HSTAS, A517/247)

  • Bertold Püttel, Chaplain at Neuffen, and his deceased brother, church master at Dettingen, mentioned.
    (HSTAS, A602/13945)

  • Heinrich Beuteler, also called Peutler, mentioned at Freiberg/Saxonia.
    (Freiberger Urkundenbuch III, S. 353)

  • Konrad Peutinger, humanist, appears as Peytinger or Beutinger. His family is supposed to come from Peiting in Upper Bavaria.

  • Auberlin Püttelin's widow, citizen at Neuffen.
    (HSTAS, A602/11398)

  • Hans Beutler at Weiler zum Stein (near Backnang) mentioned. Weiler zum Stein as well as Erbstetten and Burgall belong all to the so-called Biet.
    (HSTAS, A602/6578)

  • Hans Bütler mentioned at Rohrdorf near Nagold.
    (HSTAS, H127/20, fol. 73)

  • Hans and Conzen Bütler's fields mentioned at Rohrdorf near Nagold, besides Peters and Peterlins vineyards. Later sources mention at Rohrdorf the so-called Bötters, Betterles or Möldrich tenure.
    (HSTAS, H218/Bd. 274 und 277)

  • In dem Beutler, a parcel name between Oberjettingen and Emmendingen, mentioned in a description of estates.
    (HSTAS, A461/7, Nr. 1265)

  • Jakob Buttel and Kakob Byter, bakers, mentioned at Dußlingen near Tübingen.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerb. Teil II, S. 167)

  • Jörg Büttel mentioned at Hohenhaslach near Bietigheim.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerb. Teil V, S. 416)

  • Mathis Beutl bought the bathing establishment at Leonberg. There also the Beutelmühle, a mill, is situated.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerb. Teil V, S. 198)

  • Die Beut, a meadow, mentioned near Wart.
    (Welt. Lagerbuch Nagold 1523, fol. 333)

  • At Schönbronn near Wildberg fields are mentioned that border to a parcel called "uff den büttinen graben".
    (HSTAS, H101/N. 2103, fol. 158)

  • Pittels or Pittelins Forest mentioned at Effringen near Wildberg.
    (HSTAS, H101/Nr. 2103, fol. 99)

  • At the boundary of Ebhausen/Rotfelden meadows are mentioned belonging to Conrad Püttels.
    (HSTAS, H101/Nr. 2103, fol. 69)

  • Veit peutinger at the Oberjettinger Herdstättenliste mentioned.
    (HSTAS, A54a, St. 58)

  • Hans Bytler's or Bewtler's sons mentioned at Schnaitheim near Heidenheim.
    (Veröffentlichung der Komission für geschichtliche Landeskunde in Baden-Württemberg, Reihe A, Bd. 44 –1995-, S. 325)

  • Merten Büttel mentioned at Weinsberg near Heilbronn.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerbuch Teil VI, S. 545)

  • Lienhart Büttel mentioned at Eberstadt near Heilbronn.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerbuch Teil VI, S. 555 – 567)

  • Thoman Oußwalt called Bittel zu Zaberfeld mentioned at Leonbrunn im Zabergäu.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerbuch Teil VI, S. 372)

  • Hans Büttel mentioned at Siglingen near Möckmühl.
    (Altwürtt. Lagerbuch Teil VI, S. 432)

  • The Beuttler Forest mentioned between Wart, Gaugenwald and Martinsmoos as well as Bettenberg mentioned between Oberjettingen and Rotfelden.
    (HSTAS, A299/Nr. 82 und Nr. 84, fol. 199)

  • Bedacker, 1620 Bedtacker, 1697 Böttacker field mentioned in the list of estates of Rotfeld.

  • The Beitta meadow mentioned in a list of estates of Rotfeld free estates.

  • Beitelsteig mentioned in a list of estates of Rotfeld free estates.

  • Im Betschle, small area near Mindersbach, mentioned in an estate description of the Mindersbacher Hennehof estate.