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Birdingbury Prisoner of War Camp
1 The site of the Prisoner of War Camp. The administrative buildings lay to the west of the site, and the camp itself to the east.
The site of a Prisoner of War camp from WWII and the associated administrative buildings at Birdingbury, located 800m southeast of Frankton Church. The evidence is derived from an aerial photograph of 1947.
Findspot - Post Medieval or Imperial glass bottle
1 A glass wine bottle of 18th century date found in the River Leam at Birdlingbury between 1936-8. A gift of it was made to the museum.
Findspot - a glass bottle dating to the Post Medieval or Imperial period was found in the River Leam.
Site of Cockpit 300m W of Millhouse Farm
1 ‘Cock-pit field’ marked.
The site of a baiting place used for cock fighting during the Post Medieval or Imperial period. The site is marked on an estate map. It was situated 600m south west of Birdingbury.
Church of St Leonard, Birdingbury
1 Nave, choir and apse, with an internal porch and vestry at the W end of the nave. Built about the end of the 18th century and enlarged and gothicised ...
The Church of St Leonard which was largely rebuilt during the Imperial period. It is situated on Main Street, Birdingbury.
Birdingbury Hall, Birdingbury
1 Birdingbury Manor, also known as Birdingbury Hall, is described by Pevsner as a “large symmetrical essentially neo-Jacobean mansion”, but he fails to date it more precisely. 2 The 1962 sale ...
Birdingbury Hall, a manor house which was built during the Post Medieval period. Minor alterations have been made to the building in subsequent years but it remains largely in its original form. It is situated on the north side of Birdingbury.
Site of Post Medieval Windmill S of Millhouse Farm
1 Post mill. This or its predecessor built 1675. Open trestle and four common sails. Taken down towards end of 19th century. Mound and pier bases remain. 2 The mound still ...
The site of a post mill, a windmill mounted on a post. It was built during the Post Medieval period. The windmill mound is still visible as an earthwork and is situated 300m south of Birdingbury.
Site of Possible Watermill at Birdingbury
1 Near the bridge to the N of the village was the mill referred to in 1200, and mentioned in 1315 as appurtenant to the manor. 2 A site visit revealed ...
The possible site of a watermill dating from the Medieval period. Documentary evidence suggests that the mill was in existance in 1200. The site lies 600m north west of Birdingbury.
Possible Deserted Settlement to NW of Millhouse Farm
1 Previously unrecorded shrunken sites, including Birdingbury at the above grid reference, have been visited. A site which is affected by stone quarrying. 2 Modern housing exists on part of ...
The possible site of an area of Medieval deserted settlement which survives as an earthwork. The site is located 400m south of Birdingbury.
The Old Rectory, Birdingbury
1 Letter from Rev John Stevinson of St Leonard’s Church, Birdingbury, with some thoughts on his church and its environs and a pamphlet which he has written. 2 House, formerly rectory. ...
The Old Rectory, a vicarage which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated on Main Street, Birdingbury.
Undated linear features
2 Linear crop marks show on aerial photographs. A network of these marks shows, but these could be natural in origin.
A series of linear features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are of unknown date. The features are situated to the east of Birdingbury.
Possible Cropmarks to N of Birdingbury Hall
1 This is shown as two vaguely square enclosures on the cropmark map but nothing is visible on the relevent air photo. The site visit revealed only that the ...
The site of two square enclosures of unknown date. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 400m north of Birdingbury.
Quarry 500m NW of Birdingbury
1 Shown on 1886 OS 6″ map as stone pits, the site now consists of an irregularly shaped depression, perhaps a maximum of 2m deep near to a bridge over ...
The site of a quarry which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and it is still visible as an earthwork. It is situated 500m north west of Birdingbury.
Site of Lime Kiln 100m E of Millhouse Farm
1 Lime kiln marked. 2 No surface evidence. The field is used for pasture.
The site of a lime kiln dating from the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. The location was 200m southeast of the War Memorial at Birdingbury.
Former Butcher Shop and Slaughter House, Birdingbury
1 Formerly listed as a barn or dovecote. Dated 1708. Altered 19th century. Brick; right return side of coursed squared limestone. Tile roof. Stable door to right. Unglazed window to ...
A building which was used as an abattoir from the Post Medieval period onwards. It is situated in Birdingbury.
Site of Smithy on Main Street, Birdingbury
1 Smithy shown. 2 A modern bungalow has now been built on the site.
The site of a forge where wrought iron was made during the Imperial period. It is marked as a smithy on the Ordnance Survey map of 1905. The forge was situated on Main Street, Birdingbury.
Disused Brewery, Marton Road, Birdingbury
1 This brewery is first mentioned in 1868 in a conveyance where the adjoining land was sold to WB Ryder for £13. 2 In 1901 the same land passed into the ...
The site of a disused brewery, where beer was made during the Imperial period. It was situated on Marton Road, Birdingbury.
1 Wharf noted to exist near Birdingbury Bridge. 2 There was no sign of anything at this NGR during a site visit. 3 Mapped extent altered based upon 1st edition Ordnance Survey ...
The site of Birdingbury Wharf, a canal wharf, where vessels would have loaded and unloaded goods during the Imperial period. It was located at Birdingbury Bridge.
Lithic scatter, Birdingbury Parish
1 A collection of flints were recorded during fieldwalking undertaken in 2005. The flints appeared to be in a loose scatter and so do not represent specific settlement sites. They ...
A collection of flints were recorded during fieldwalking undertaken in 2005. The flints appeared to be in a loose scatter and so do not represent specific settlement sites. They range in date from Mesolithic to Iron Age.
Site of Watermill at Birdingbury
1 Mr Jennings discovered the remains of a watermill. The photographs taken by Mr Jennings show that the mill is likely to date from the Imperial period, being of brick ...
The remains of a watermill have been discovered approximately 30m east of Birdingbury Bridge. The mill is likely to date from the Imperial period.
Undated cropmark features, 500m West of Birdingbury
1 Features visible on aerial photograph, centred on SP427686. Undated. 2 Interpretation on reverse of aerial photograph says this is possibly geological. 3 A number of possible features visible; this site is ...
Undated cropmark features identified in aerial photographs, possibly geological.
Birdingbury Hall gardens, Birdingbury, Rugby
1 Birdingbury Hall garden, Birdingbuyr Hall, Rugby. Enclosed garden, paddock/small area of parkland, kitchen garden, drive.
Enclosed gardens, small parkland/paddock, kitchen garden.Recommended for inclusion on the Local List by Lovie.
Birdingbury Rectory garden, Birdingbury, Rugby
1 Birdingbury Rectory garden, Birdingbury rectory, Birdingbury, Rugby. Lovie reported pleasure grounds with walks and mixed planting.
Turnpike road from Dunchurch to Southam
1 Turnpike road created by Acts of 1794 and later.
The line of a toll road which was created by an Act of Parliament during the Imperial period. It ran between Dunchurch and Southam.
Birdingbury Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement based on the first edition 6″ map, 43NE 1886. 2 The village is listed in Domesday in Marton Hundred, grid ref 4368. There ...
The possible extent of the Medieval settlement of Birdingbury based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
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