Admington Medieval Settlement

Description of this historic site

The possible extent of Medieval settlement at Admington, other than the known area of the shrunken village, based on documentary evidence.

Notes about this historic site

1 The possible extent of Medieval settlement, other than the known shrunken settlement (PRN 6458), based on the first edition 6″ map, 50SW 1884.
2 Ridge and furrow plotting shows traces of ridge and furrow to the east and northeast of the village.
3 Detailed informaton on Admington in the survey. Fig 2 1993/4 shows the main N/S road following a different line.
4 In the Domesday survey Admington comes under Gloucestershire, in Chelthorn Hundred. The grid ref is 1945, which does not exactly correspond with this grid ref.
Ref: EG,4 (Land of Winchcombe Church)
The Church holds Admington itself. 3 1/2 hides. In lordship 2 ploughs;
13 villagers with 6 ploughs. 4 male and 2 female slaves.
The value was £4; now £3.

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