Source/Archive record SSF7257 -




Hardy M J, 1985


Referenced Monuments (25)

  • Approximately a dozen C12-C13 sherds and some C14-C15 sherds found in the area of a filled in pond. (Med) (Monument)
  • Diffuse scatter of Rom grey ware sherds and one sand-gritted ?? IA sherd (and BACKLOG) (Monument)
  • Finds recovered from a depression marking the site of a filled in pond. (Monument)
  • Five concentrations of clay pipe fragments observed in a ploughed field. (field now part of lake?) (Monument)
  • Greshaw Green (Med) (Monument)
  • Neolithic/Bronze Age flint side scraper (Monument)
  • One large sand tempered IA sherd found with Rom pottery scatter (Monument)
  • Parish Field (IA) (Monument)
  • Parish Field (Rom) (Monument)
  • Sadd's Close, Gravel Field (Rom) (Monument)
  • Scatter of C13 C14 pottery with a small number of C16 C17 sherds (Monument)
  • Scatter of C13-C16 pottery, including a C15-C16 glazed pancheon fragment. Found whilst fieldwalking. (Med) (Monument)
  • Scatter of pottery (Monument)
  • Scatter of Roman grey ware sherds (Monument)
  • School Farm Cottage (site of) (Med) (Monument)
  • School Farm Cottage (site of) (PMed) (Monument)
  • Small group of various finds C (Monument)
  • Smallish group of pottery, C13-C14 with a few C16-C17 sherds, also lava mill stone fragments (Monument)
  • Some C18-C19 glazed pottery and clay pipe stems, two fragments of lava mill stone and oyster shells (Monument)
  • Some C18-C19 pottery and a lava mill stone fragment found with C13-C16 pottery scatter. (PMed) (Monument)
  • St Margaret's Town Farm (Med) (Monument)
  • St Margaret's Town Farm (PMed) (Monument)
  • St Nicholas' Church (site of) (Monument)
  • Two moated sites adjoining All Saints Church (Med) (Monument)
  • Two moated sites adjoining All Saints Church (PMed) (Monument)

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