The site of gallows, a structure used for execution by hanging, which date to the Medieval period. The gallows was situated 150m east of Burrow Hill Lane, Corley.
Documentary evidence indicates that this is the the site of gallows, a structure used for execution by hanging. The gallows were in use during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The location was on Dunnington Heath.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of gallows, known as 'gallows knob', where criminals were hanged from a wooden structure. The period of use is unknown. The site is at the west end of Mill Lane, Cubbington.
The site of Medieval gallows, a wooden structure from which criminals would be hung as a method of execution. The exact location of the gallows is unknown but they were situated to the south of Bretford..
The possible site of gallows, a wooden structure from which criminals were hanged during the Medieval and later periods. Documentary evidence suggests that there was a mound, possibly on which the gallows were situated. The site is located 200m east of Gallows Hill.
The possible site of gallows, a structure used for hanging criminals, of unknown date. The site is suggested by the name 'Gallows Green' which is marked on a map of 1874.