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The Thundering Ditch
1 Thundering ditch, or brook, which may date from the 13th century as a boundary feature between Wike and Sambourne.
A brook or ditch known as the Thundering Ditch. It may be a boundary feature dating from the Medieval period. It runs through the parishes of Admington and Coughton.
Find of medieval and post medieval items in Napton on the Hill
1Four medieval pottery sherds and a post medieval clay tobacco bowl and stem were uncovered during a watching brief at the intersection of Pillory Green and New Street in 1994. ...
Find of medieval potsherds and a post medieval item in the Pillory Green/New Street area of Napton -on- the- Hill.
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.
Site of Lark Stoke House
1 Shortly before the 8th of February 1645 a force of Parliamentarian troops from Warwick, under Major John Bridges, the governor of the castle attacked the house and stables at ...
The site of Lark Stoke house is presumed to be the site of the current house of Lower Lark Stoke. The house was garissoned during the civil war, and burned down in 1645 by Parliamentarian troops.
Upper Admington medieval settlement earthworks near Top Farm
1 Survey of an area of deserted settlement earthworks. Probably part of Upper Admington.
A series of deserted settlement earthworks to the north and east of Top Farm. Part of Upper Admington.
116th/17th century timber framed three bay structure. Extended and altered 19th/20th century. Demolished c.2009. It had an inglenook fireplace that was later than the framing. Much of ...
16th/17th century three-bay timber framed structure divided into two cottages. Demolished c. 2009
Cemetery to the south of Lower Lark Stoke Manor, Admington
1 Seven graves were recorded during the demolition of old farm buildings at Lower Lark Stoke Manor in 1995. An area was excavated and six of the burials were ...
Medieval cemetery either for the family of Lower Lark Stoke Manor or the villagers of the deserted settlement of Lark Stoke. No associated church or chapel has been identified to date. Burials disturbed by groundworks were re-interred.
Cobbled Surface west of the Chapel at Lark Stoke
1 A cobbled surface was found during archaeological observations of the conversion of the Chapel and Chapel Annex in 2003/2004. It was probably post-medieval in date and was a ...
A cobbled sandstone surface of probable post-medieval date was found in a service trench to the west of the Chapel as it was converted to ancillary domestic accomodation.
Medieval Pottery from Admington
1 Roman (7469) and Medieval pottery found in the NW corner of Admington around Harbour Hill.
Findspot - Medieval pottery was found in the area of Harbour Hill, Admington.
Medieval Pottery N of Oxtalls Farm
1 Roman (7470) and Medieval pottery found to the N of Oxtalls Farm.
Medieval pottery was found in the area to the north of Oxtalls Farm.
Findspot - Neolithic axe
1 Neolithic axe from Larkstoke found 1903 among a heap of stones gathered from a field surface. It is of igneous rock – possibly greenstone, 12 cm by 8.2 cm ...
Findspot - a Neolithic axe was found in the area of Larkstoke.
Site of Deserted Medieval Settlement at Larkstoke
1 ‘The Town’. 2 ?deserted settlement. 3 Medieval pottery and building stone are said to have come from the area during field survey. 4 Earthworks plotted along with Ridge and Furrow in Admington ...
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement 100m west of Lower Larkstoke. Roads and house platforms are visible as earthworks.
Two Mesolithic flints found in Admington
1 One Early Mesolithic microlith and one Late Mesolithic to Early Neolithic core rejuvenation flake found with other lithic implements by Brian Meredith while fieldwalking in Admington.
One Early Mesolithic microlith and one Late Mesolithic to Early Neolithic core rejuvenation flake found with other lithic implements by Brian Meredith while fieldwalking in Admington.
1 17th century stone house with 18th century facade. 2 The hipped roofs are of Welsh slate. The south elevation has 3 storeys and some 8 sash windows – the ...
Admington Hall, a country house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is located in Admington.
Site of Anglo-Saxon fingerpost
1 Stapol (post or pole) referred to in a charter dated AD 757 (though the relevant boundary clause is of later date). Probably a fingerpost showing the way.
The site of a signpost dating to the Migration and Early Medieval periods and known from documentary evidence. It was situated 500m north of Waddon Hill on the route of a trackway of the same date.
Admington Hall gardens
1 Pleasure grounds of Admington Hall. Topiary garden to north, informal pleasure ground with raised terrace overlooking paddock to south. Water and woodland garden created by the previous owner since ...
Admington Hall gardens, a private park and gardens attached to a property at the southern end of Admington. They incorporate 19th and 20th century design elements. Recommended for inclusion as key site on Local List by Lovie
Admington Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of Medieval settlement, other than the known shrunken settlement (PRN 6458), based on the first edition 6″ map, 50SW 1884. 2 Ridge and furrow plotting shows traces ...
The possible extent of Medieval settlement at Admington, other than the known area of the shrunken village, based on documentary evidence.
Findspot - Neolithic Finds in Admington
1 Neolithic finds from the west of the Hall and in the valley of the Marchfont Brook to the west of Admington Lane Farm.
Findspot - various finds of Neolithic date were found in the valley of Marchfont Brook.
Roman Pottery from Admington
1 Roman and Medieval pottery found in the NW corner of Admington around Harbour Hill. 2 Med pot moved to 10252
Findspot - Roman pottery was found in the area of Harbour Hill, Admington.
Roman Pottery N of Oxtalls Farm
1 Roman and Medieval pottery found to the N of Oxtalls Farm. 2 Medieval finds moved to 10253
Roman pottery was found in the area to the north of Oxtalls Farm.
Findspot - Roman pottery
1 Heavy concentrations of pottery show that a line of farmsteads lay along the 125m contour near the border between Admington and Lark Stoke.
Findspot - scatters of Roman pottery suggest that several farmsteads may have existed in the area between Admington and Lark Stoke.
Site of Admington Mill
1 The site of Admington mill was to the south of the modern Top Farm, in a field called Mill Windsor. It was not functioning in 1355, and seems to ...
The site of Admington Mill which was in use during the Medieval period. It was used as a corn mill and later became a malt mill. It was situated north west of Lark Stoke.
Site of Post Medieval Building
1 A small scatter of building debris, pottery and clay pipes to the E of the Dingle marks the site of a Post Medieval building, which stood near to the ...
The site of a building, possibly a house, dating to the Post Medieval period and known from finds of building debris, pottery and clay pipes. It was located 400m north west of Newfoundland Well.
Findspot - Roman pottery
1 RB pottery finds around the Ticket.
Findspot - fragments of Roman pottery were found in the area of Ticket Coppice.
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