Site of Jacob's Well, Wolvey Hall

Description of this historic site

The site of Jacob's Well, a well that dates to the Post Medieval period. It was situated north of Hall Road, Wolvey.

Notes about this historic site

1 In the grounds of Wolvey Hall, close to the road, is Jacob’s Well, with the ruins of a masonry well-head piled over it. Among the stones is a carved reclining figure holding a pitcher which formed the outlet, and above it the date 1707.
2 Jacob’s Well, dated 1707, with a reclining little river god.
3 The site was not located.
4 Jacob’s Well mentioned by Lovie as being a small pool with reclining river god.

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