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Medieval or Post Medieval battlefield
1 (Marginal) Skeletons of men and horses, with swords, cannon balls and other instruments of war have been unearthed at the Leasowes, in close proximity to the church. These would ...
The possible site of a battlefield identified from an excavation of human and horse skeletons with swords and cannon balls. It dates to either the Medieval or Post Medieval period and is located in Tanworth parish.
Post Medieval finds/possible battle site
1 Town Field, Walton. Scene of a skirmish after the Battle of Edge Hill, relics of the fight having been from time to time dug up. 2 OS Card.
The site of a possible battlefield as suggested from finds that have been discovered from time to time. It is believed it may be the site of a skirmish after the Battle of Edgehill, during the Post Medieval period. The site is located 900m south of Walton.
Site of Battle of Edge Hill
1 The Battle of Edge Hill, October 23rd 1642, was the opening battle of the Civil War with the Royalists led by the King and the Parliamentarians by the Earl ...
The site of the Battle of Edge Hill, October 23rd 1642. It was the opening battle of the Civil War with the Royalists led by the King and the Parliamentarians by the Earl of Essex. The battle was fought in the area between Edge Hill and Kineton.
Civil War Battlefield NW of Southam
1 On 23rd August 1642 a skirmish took place at Southam, in the direction of Bascote, between the King and the Parliamentary forces. A cannon ball and an inlaid spur ...
The site of the Civil War battlefield of Southam, where a skirmish took place during 1642. A cannon ball and a spur have been found at the site. It is situated to the north west of Southam.
Ghostly Happenings After the Battle of Edgehill
The secondary school which I attended, Kineton High, was in sight of Edgehill, where the first major battle of the British Civil War was fought. A story used to go ...
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