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