Site of Water Mill at Ouston Grange, Lea Marston.

Description of this historic site

The possible site of a Medieval watermill at Ouston Grange. A mill was marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887, but no surface evidence survives. The site was 1km west of Whitacre Station.

Notes about this historic site

1 Ouston Grange and Mill were once a Grange belonging to Merevale Abbey and in c1650 still ‘reputed a member thereof’.
3 Marked on map.
4 An archaeological evaluation of Ouston Grange, carried out in 1995, did not identify any remains of archaeological interest. It is likely that all archaeological remains were removed during the construction of the Hams Hall C power station and associated railway sidings.

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