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Austrey Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the first edition 6″ map of 1885, 3NW. 2 There are 3 entries for Austrey in Domesday; it was in Coleshill ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the first edition 6" Ordnance Survey map of 1885.
Turnpike Road from Polesworth to Austrey
1 A turnpike road established between 1725-50.
A toll road whose upkeep was paid for by the extraction of a toll from travellers. It was built in the late post-medieval period and ran between Polesworth and Austrey.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Probable linear features show as cropmarks.
A linear feature of unknown date that is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 850m SE of Meadow Farm.
Austrey Vicarage Gardens, Austrey
1Austrey Vicarage, Austrey. Late C17th/early C18th house, listed II, with pleasure grounds, carriage circle and paddock.
Late 17th/early 18th century gardens associated with Austry Vicarage with pleasure grounds, carriage circle and paddock.
Austrey manor House garden, Austrey
1 Austrey Manor House garden, Austrey Lovie gives no details.
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Site of Windmill 1km N of Austrey House
1 Austrey (E). Built by early the 1820s. Ceased late 19th century. Demolished c1905-10. Post Mill. SK3006. 2 Windmill shown in a small enclosure. 3 The site is now a cornfield. The ...
The site of a windmill dating to the Imperial period. It was located approximately 400m east of the church at Austrey.
Site of Windmill 600m S of Hill Farm
1 Windmill Field. Possible Medieval (or later) windmill. SK3007. Austrey (NE). Probably built 18th century. Ceased later 19th century. Demolished c1915. SK3007. 2 Windmill (disused) marked. 3 The two windmills in reference ...
The site of a windmill dating to the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1903. The site lies 600m south of Hill Farm.
Medieval Village Cross to SE of Austrey Church
1 In the roadway SE of the church are the stone base and four steps of the ancient village cross, all of octagonal plan. The cross itself is modern, erected ...
The site of a wayside cross, a cross by the side of the road. It comprised an octagonal base and five steps. The cross has its origins in the Medieval period and is situated south east of Austrey Church.
Church of St Nicholas, Austrey
1 Chancel, nave, N and S aisles, S porch and W tower with spire. The tower is 13th century; the remainder was rebuilt and enlarged c1330. Chancel restored and S ...
The church of St Nicholas which was built in the Medieval period. It is situated on Church Lane, Austrey.
Baptist Chapel off Main Road, Austrey
1 General Baptist. Built 1819 for a church formed in 1808. Brick and slate with round-arched windows and a three-bay gabled W front.
The Baptist Chapel, a nonconformist chapel, of Imperial date which is situated off Main Road in Austrey.
Austrey. Post Office
Watching brief at 2, The Green, Austrey
Redundant record (previously used to record an event)
Shrunken Medieval Settlement at Austrey
1 Earthworks in a field to the north of St Nicholas’s Church could be the remains of Medieval settlement indicating contraction or shifting in the village topology.
The site of the Medieval shrunken village of Austrey. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks. The site is located 70m northwest of St Nicholas's church.
Findspot - Medieval pottery
1 Field survey of a cropmark enclosure (PRN 4822) produced quantities of Medieval pottery. The pottery was spread generally over the area of the enclosure and seems to thin out ...
Findspot - pottery dating to the Medieval period was found in the vicinity of an enclosure, 200m southwest of Hall End Farm, Dordon.
Site of Windmill at Austrey
1 Site of windmill marked on OS map of 1885.
The site of a windmill dating to the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1885. The site is located at Norton Hill, Austrey.
Site of Cross in Austrey
1 Site of cross marked on OS map of 1901.
The site of a cross dating to the Imperial period. The cross is marked on Ordnance Survey map of 1901 and is situated at the junction of Church Lane with Main Street in Austrey.
North Warwickshire's Big Cats
Sightings of strange big cats roaming about the wild places of England is not something one would expect in the rural idyll of South Warwickshire or the conurbations of the ...
Bishop's Farm, Austrey
1 Bishop’s Farm, a quarter of a mile NW of the church; it is early to mid 16th century. It is of two storeys, rectangular plan facing NW, and has ...
A two-storey building, rectangular in plan and dating to the Post Medieval period. It is situated 500m northwest of the church at Austrey.
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