The site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Ditchford Frary. The remains of trackways are visible as earthworks. The settlement site is located east of Lower Ditchford.
The site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Goldicote. Fragments of Medieval pottery have been recovered from the site and linear features are visible as cropmarks. The site is located 300m south of Park Hill Coppice.
The Medieval deserted settlement of Chelmscote. Hollow ways, house platforms and enclosures are visible as earthworks. The site is located 1km north west of Compton Wynyates.
An area of the Medieval deserted settlement of Chesterton Magna known as Le Grenesyde. The site is known from documentary evidence and is thought to be situated in the area to the west of Chesterton Green.
The Medieval deserted settlement of Dassett Southend. In some areas the remains of the settlement are visible as earthworks and there is good documentary evidence for the settlement. The site is located between Temple Herdewyke and Little Dassett.
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement. It is first recorded as one of 24 vills granted to Earl Leofric to found a monastery at Coventry. The village was in decline in the 16th century. The site is located 300m south of the church at Priors Hardwick.
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement. Hollow ways and house platforms survive as earthworks. Fragments of Medieval pottery and roof tiles have been found at the site which lies to the west of Long Itchington.
The site of the deserted settlment of Watergall which dates to the Medieval period. House platforms, crofts and hollow ways are visible as substantial earthworks. The site is located west of Watergall Bridge.
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement. The remains of the settlement are visible as earthworks and as ploughed out remains on aerial photographs. The settlement site is located at Stoneton, 300m north of Berryhill Plantation.
The site of Wolfhampcote Medieval deserted settlement. There is documentary evidence for its existence and abandonment by the 16th century. Aerial photographs and part excavation, suggest a moat, a hollow way, fishponds, buildings.