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Site of a Boathouse north of Milcote Manor
1 A boat house is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map.
The site of a boat house which was in use during the Imperial period and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated on the River Avon 100m north of Milcote Manor.
Site of smithy at Upper Milcote
1 A smithy is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map.
The site of a forge which was in use during the Imperial period and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated 600m north west of Clifford Chambers Bridge.
Findspot - Prehistoric flint objects from Milcote
1 1976: flint wasters found during survey work on cropmark.
Findspot - flint objects, dating to the Prehistoric period, were found 800m east of the church, Luddington.
Neolithic or Bronze Age Ring Ditch
2 One ring ditch and one small oval enclosure show on air photographs.
The site of a ring ditch of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. It is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs.
Milcote Manor, Lower Milcote SE of Luddington
1 The manor house has a mid 18th century frontage (south). Re-used stonework (reputedly from Ludovic Grevell’s house – WA 1331) surmounted by 17th century timber framing occupied the ...
Milcote manor house, dating from the Medieval to the Post Medieval period. It is located 400m south east of the church, Luddington.
Undated Cemetery near Milcote Hall
1 The Saxon cemetery at Milcote was discovered in 1866 during gravel extraction. The site is located near the confluence of the Stour and the Avon. At this ...
The site of a cemetery, possibly dating to the Early Medieval period. It is located 550m west of Clifford Chambers bridge.
Deserted Post Medieval Settlement at Upper Milcote
1 Rous mentions the destruction of a village at Milcote and a church is recorded as demolished in 1638 (PRN 6287). 17th century poor law disputes occurred. 2 There appear to ...
The site of a deserted settlement dating to the Post Medieval period. A hollow way and other earthworks are visible. It is located 350m west of Clifford Chambers bridge.
Site of Manor House at Milcote (Milcote Castle)
1 1567: Ludovic Grevell obtained Royal Licence to build and embattle a new house at Milcote and call it Mountgrevell. This he began but never completed. The ruins were still ...
The site of a Post Medieval manor house which may have been destroyed in the Civil War. It is located 1km south east of Luddington. The footings are visible on lidar.
Findspot - Post Medieval pottery
1 1964. Field survey produced an amount of pottery sufficient to indicate 17th century occupation. See PRN 1297 for cropmark evidence.
Findspot - pottery dating to the Post Medieval period was found 800m east of the church, Luddington.
Findspot - Roman pottery lamp
1 A pottery lamp from the late 1st century was found in the gardens of Milcote Manor. 2 Drawing of 1.
Findspot - a Roman pottery lamp was found 550m south east of the church, Luddington.
Ridge and Furrow cultivation in Milcote Parish
Ridge and Furrow cultivation in Milcote Parish. 2 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs.
Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation in the parish of Milcote. In some areas it is visible as an earthwork. Elsewhere, it is visible on aerial photographs.
Findspot - Neolithic flint arrowhead
1 Leaf-shaped arrowhead. 500m SW of Milcote Manor. 2 Dated to the Neolithic.
Findspot - a flint arrowhead of Neolithic date was found 550m south of the church, Luddington.
Undated linear cropmark
1 Linear features show on aerial photographs.
The site of undated linear features which are visible as crop marks on aerial photographs. They are located 850m west of Clifford Chambers bridge.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Enclosure complex including trackways and linear features revealed by aerial photography. Site 53 in survey.
The site of an undated enclosure which contains trackways and linear features. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 700m south east of the church, Weston on Avon.
Undated cropmark features to the E of Milcote Manor House
1 Various vague features are apparent as cropmarks to the E of Milcote Manor House. Some linears were plotted on this area on the overlay, although these were identified as ...
Various vague features are apparent as cropmarks to the E of Milcote Manor House.
Possible moat to S of Milcote Manor
1 A possible moat is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs to the S of the Manor House. It appears to be a wide feature, extending partially under the ...
A possible moat is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs to the S of the Manor House. It appears to be a wide feature, extending partially under the farm yard and with possible buildings in the centre.
Cropmark complex to the E of Milcote Manor
1 A small area of cropmark features are visible immediately to the E of Milcote Manor. They may be part of a larger complex, recorded as MWA1297 to the East. ...
A small area of cropmark features are visible immediately to the E of Milcote Manor. They may be part of a larger complex, recorded as MWA1297 to the East.
1 Milcote – Stratford sewage works. Uncertain period, human remains. 46 pieces of long bones, skull fragments, teeth etc. 2 Part of a skeleton was found to the N of Milcote ...
The site of a human burial of unknown date. It was located 800m south west of the Race Course at Stratford upon Avon.
Undated linear features & enclosures
2 Rectangular enclosures of varying size and linear features show on air photographs. The significance and date of the crop marks are uncertain. 3 Noted by Ordnance Survey.
Undated linear features and enclosures are visible as crop marks on aerial photographs. The site is located 850m east of Luddington.
Moat to N of Milcote Manor
1 At Lower Milcote is a moated site, roughly 61m square. 2 Most of the moat has been either destroyed or incorporated into a landscape garden. On the E the inner ...
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, which dates to the Medieval period. Some of the moat is still visible as an earthwork. It is situated 300m south east of All Saints Church, Luddington.
Milcote Post Medieval Deserted Settlement
1 ‘Milcote’ is marked on map. 2 ‘Milcote’ is marked on map. 3 No earthworks indicative of desertion survive.
The site of a deserted settlement dating to the Post Medieval period. It is marked on 18th century maps. It is located 1km south of the church, Luddington.
Lower Milcote Deserted Settlement
1 Rous mentions the destruction of a village at Milcote and a church is recorded as demolished in 1638 (PRN 6287). 17th century poor law rate disputes occurred. Air photographs ...
The site of a deserted settlement of Lower Milcote, dating from the Medieval to the Imperial period. The remains of the settlement are visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs. It is located 400m east of the church, Luddington.
Undated settlement, south of Luddington
3 Undated settlement consisting of enclosures, linear features and trackways shows on air photographs. On morphological grounds this site is probably of Roman date. 4 Noted by Ordnance Survey.
The site of an undated settlement. Features which are visible on aerial photographs include enclosures, trackways, a ring ditch and a linear feature. It is possible that it is Roman in date but this has not been proved. It is located 600m south of Luddington.
Undated cropmark enclosure
3 Air photographs reveal a large rectangular enclosure, linear features, a possible penannular gully and large blobs (?old gravel pits). Some of these cropmarks could be of 17th century date ...
The site of an undated enclosure and several linear features. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The site is located 650m south west of the sewage works, Milcote.
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