The Medieval deserted settlement of Brookhampton. The remains are visible as earthworks, which particularly reveal the foundations of the houses. The village is also known from documentary evidence. It was located north of Butlers Marston.
The site of the Medieval deserted settlement Compton Scorpion. Aerial photographs show earthworks of enclosures, hollow ways and house platforms. The settlement is located to the south of Windmill Hill.
The Medieval deserted settlement of Upper Shuckburgh. Remains of the settlement are visible as earthworks on aerial photographs. The site is located 200m north west of Goarn Spinney.
The site of King's Hill Medieval deserted settlement. A trackway, house platforms and an area of ridge and furrow cultivation are visible as earthworks. The settlement has been partially excavated. The site is located 400m south west of Finham Green.
The site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Lower Radbourne. Earthworks are visible on aerial photographs and documentary evidence exists for the village and its depopulation. It is located 2.5km south east of Ladbroke.
Trial trenching at Compton Verney revealed the well preserved remains of Compton Murdak, a Medieval village which is known to have been deserted during the 15th century. Medieval pottery was also found during a fieldwalking survey.
The site of Norton deserted settlement dating to the Medieval period. Hollow ways, enclosures and possible house platforms are visible as earthworks. The settlement is known from documentary evidence and is situated 1km north of the church, Norton Lindsey.
The site of a possible deserted settlement which dates to the Medieval period. Earthworks of house platforms and perhaps two hollow ways are still visible. The site is located 200m south west of the church, Ufton.
The possible site of a Post Medieval deserted settlement. Remains of the settlement are visible as earthworks. The site is located to the north of Priors Marston.
Documentary evidence suggests that the possible site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Heathcote is located 500m north of New House Farm.