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Roman Pottery, St. Mary's Church, Whitchurch
1 A total of 17 sherds of Romano-British pottery were recovered from trenches near St. Mary’s Church, Whitchurch. A large fragment of Romano-British roof tile was also recovered from the ...
A total of 17 sherds of Romano-British pottery were recovered from trenches near St. Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
Cobbled Surface, Whitchurch Medieval Settlement
1 A spread of cobblestones, possibly the remnants of a medieval surface, was revealed during observation to the south-west of St. Mary’s Church, Whitchurch.
A spread of cobblestones, possibly the remnants of a medieval surface, was revealed during observation to the south-west of St. Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
Findspot - Neolithic to Bronze Age flint
1 A small blade of flint with retouch blunting along both edges – a ‘fabricator’ of Neolithic/Bronze Age date. Differential patina may indicate that the flake has had two phases ...
Findspot - a small flint blade of Neolithic or Bronze Age date was found 500m south west of Crimscote Downs.
Site of Undated Enclosure 300m N of Whitchurch Farm
2 Three sides of what appears to be an irregular enclosure show on aerial photographs. It is possible that the absence of a fourth side is the result of a ...
Three sides of an enclosure are visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The enclosure, which is irregular in shape, is of unknown date. It is located 500m east of Wimpstone.
Findspot - Mesolithic - Bronze Age flint
1 A thin scatter of flint, some of which could have been worked, located during field survey on a probable Roman site in 1985. 2 1986. One flint scraper found. 3 Survey ...
Findspot - a scatter of flint artefacts was found during a field walking exercise. They were largely of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. The scatter was found 400m south west of Alderminster.
Neolithic or Bronze Age flint scatter
1 1984: Field survey. Finds included Neolithic/Bronze Age flints. 2 22 Neolithic/Bronze Age flints. 3 List. 4 A collection of Prehistoric pottery and flint artefacts from a fieldwalking survey at Whitchurch.
Findspot - a flint scatter, comprising flint artefacts dating to the Neolithic or Bronze Age, was found 600m south east of Beaman's Covert.
Site of Iron Age Settlement NW of Crimscote Flds Fm
1 1984: Field survey. 624 sherds of possible Early/Middle Iron Age pottery were recovered. These were predominantly in shell gritted fabrics and included coarse ware jars with shoulders decorated by ...
The possible site of an Iron Age settlement. The site is suggested by a scatter of pottery sherds. It is located 800m south west of Crimscote.
Site of Roman Settlement NW of Crimscote Fields Farm
1 1984: Field work. Roman finds included 238 sherds of pottery. This is primarily of 1st-2nd century date. A bronze spoon found on the site may also be Roman. 3 A ...
The possible site of a Roman settlement. Many fragments of Roman pottery have been found at the site, as well as a bronze spoon. The settlement is located 800m south west of Crimscote.
Findspot - flint in Whitchurch parish
Find of ?Neolithic/Bronze Age flint. 1 A thin scatter of ?worked flints was found while field walking an undated crop mark enclosure (PRN 3869). 2 Dating extended to cover the Mesolithic. Now ...
A thin scatter of flints found while field walking 800m northwest of Alderminster Church. It could date from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age.
Findspot - Roman coins
1 At Crimscote, and, indeed, all over the parish of Whitchurch, coins of the Lower Empire have been found. 2 Noted by Ordnance Survey.
Findspot - Roman coins have been found at various places in the parish of Whitchurch.
Bruton Deserted Medieval Settlement
1 The place name has a history from 1262 and was a hamlet of Whitchurch. The marginal notes of the court rolls include the name from 1581-7. It is represented ...
The site of Bruton Medieval deserted settlement and moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It dates to the Medieval period, but was abandoned by the 17th century. It is still visible as an earthwork, and is situated to the north east of Admington.
Moat at Broughton Deserted Settlement, Whitchurch.
1 A dry Medieval moat. 2 There is no surface evidence of a building on the island. 4 The moat is about 30m square with an entrance on the S. The depth ...
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, associated with Broughton Deserted Medieval Settlement. It survivies as an earthwork, and is situated to the north east of Admington.
Fishpond to E of Church
1 Plan showing fishpond. 2 Aerial photographs.
A Medieval fishpond, used for the breeding and storage of fish. It is visible on aerial photographs, and as an earthwork. It is situated 100m east of the church at Whitchurch.
Site of Manor House S of St.Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
1 Manor house abandoned by Anthony Cotes. 2 Plan showing possible location of manor house.
The site of a manor house dating back to the Medieval period. The house was located to the south of St Mary's Church, Alderminster.
Manor House Moat 100m SE of Church
1 To the S of the church and the remaining house lie possible traces of a moated site. 2 A steel-framed farm building has been added to the ‘paddock’ S of ...
The site of a possible Medieval moat, a wide ditch surrounding a manor house. The moat survives as an earthwork, and is situated 100m south east of St Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
Ridge and Furrow cultivation in Whitchurch Parish
2 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs. 3 Area of ridges recorded ahead of a Transco pipeline by enthusiasts at Whitchurch Farm. Precise location of field survey unclear ...
Ridge and furrow cultivation dating to the Medieval period in Whitchurch Parish. In some areas the ridge and furrow is visible on aerial photographs and in others it survives as an earthwork. Now all appears to have been levelled
Findspot - Neolithic flint axe
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Findspot - a Neolithic flint axe was found 600m south east of Beaman's Covert.
Deserted Medieval Village Earthworks, Bruton
1 The earthwork remains of the deserted medieval settlement of Bruton, Admington. See MWA1338 for further information.
The earthwork remains of the deserted medieval settlement of Bruton, Admington.
Post Medieval pond
2 Earthworks of banks and ditches show on air photographs. 3 A ditched flood meadow.
A Post Medieval pond. Earthworks of banks and ditches show up on aerial photographs. The site is located 100m north west of the church at Whitchurch.
Possible Medieval Watermill at Whitchurch
1 Slight earthworks indicating possible site of mill.
Traces of earthworks indicate that this is the possible site of a Medieval watermill. The location is 100m north east of St Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
Undated linear crop mark
2 Undated linear crop marks show on aerial photographs.
Linear features of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 500m south west of Beaman's Covert.
Findspot - Roman pottery sherds
1 A fairly large number of Roman sherds (c25) were found in the graveyard of Whitchurch church during field survey. Oystershell may also be associated and may indicate a Roman ...
Findspot - fragments of Roman pottery were found in the graveyard of Whitchurch Church.
Site of Late Bronze Age/Iron Age Settlement and Midden, 400m NE Beaman's Covert
1 Part of a probable subrectangular enclosure and linear features show on aerial photographs in Warwick Museum. During survey in 1985 a dense scatter of Iron Age pottery, animal bone ...
The possible site of an Bronze Age/ Iron Age settlement and midden. An enclosure and linear features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Large quantities of decorated Iron Age pottery and animal bone have been recovered from the site, which lies 400m north east of Beaman's Covert.
1 Bloom records that when a new gravel pit was opened up in the first field leading to what had once been Nardey Bush ‘Saxon’ remains were found. Three badly ...
Several human burials of unknown date were found 500m south west of Wimpstone.
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