Post-medieval and undated features at 42 High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
Post-medieval and undated features, including pits, a pond, probable boundary ditches, and yard surfaces, recorded during archaeological observation at 42-46 High Street, Hillmorton, Rugby.
1 Archaeological observation of the groundworks associated with the construction of new properties at 42, High Street, Hillmorton (EWA 7322, centred on SP53147356) revealed a 19th century pit, an undated pit, possible yard surfaces, and an undated ditch. The ditch appeared to correspond with a 19th boundary shown on the OS map of 1886 and the possible yard floors were also likely to be later post-medieval in date.
2 Archaeological observation at 44-46 High Street, Hillmorton (EWA7250, centred on SP5313 7355) recorded a number of post-medieval and undated features. These included a pond, backfilled before 1886, the butt-end of a gully, or possible robbed foundation trench of a wall within the area of a building shown on the 1900 OS map, land drains, a circular feature containing 18th/19th century pottery, and a pit containing fragments of hand-made roof tile.