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Site of Bubbenhall Mill
1 In 1086 the mill on this site was worth 4s. Later it was given to the monks of Kenilworth Priory and they retained in until the Dissolution. ...
The site of Bubbenhall Mill, a watermill that dates back to the Medieval period. It continued to be used until the 1850s. The watermill was situated 500m west of Bubbenhall.
Church of St Giles, Bubbenhall
1 Chancel, nave, W tower, vestry, and S porch. Built late in the 13th century, when it consisted of chancel and nave. Tower added early 14th century, the top stage ...
The Church of St Giles, originally built in the Medieval period, with alterations in the 14th Century. The church is situated north east of Grimes Cottages, Bubbenhall.
Site of former Bubbenhall Bridge
1 An earlier bridge than the existing one, which is modern, was reported to be out of repair in the middle of the 17th century.
Documentary evidence suggests that there was a Post Medieval bridge at this site. The present structure is modern. The location is just east of Broken Bridge Spinney, Bubbenhall.
Possible pit alignment
2 Pit alignment, probably of Prehistoric date, shows on air photographs. 4 Noted by Ordnance Survey. 5 Date narrowed down to between the late Bronze Age and the late Iron Age. 6 Aerial ...
A linear feature, possibly a pit alignment, is visible as a cropmark on aerial photogrpahs. It is situated 600m north of Bubbenhall.
Possible Prehistoric enclosures
2 Small undated D-shaped enclosure shows on air photographs. A second very small enclosure lies just to the N. 3 Probably Iron Age.
Two enclosures are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They might be Prehistoric in date. They are situated 600m east of Bubbenhall.
Possible Neolithic to Bronze Age ring ditch
2 Probable Neolithic/Bronze Age ring ditch shows on air photographs. 3 Ring ditch mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. To the east of the ring ditch there ...
A ring ditch, possibly of Neolithic or Bronze Age date, is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 1km north east of Bubbenhall.
The Old Forge, Lower End, Bubbenhall
1 Building marked as Smithy. 2 Known as Jasmine Cottage. A former blacksmiths cottage and smithy. A 19th century red brick cottage and possibly with an earlier core, and ...
The Old Forge, a smithy where wrought iron was made during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. It is situated 200m west of the church at Bubbenhall.
Ridge and Furrow, Piece Barn Farm
1 Ridge and furrow in field centered on above grid reference, near Piece Barn Farm. Field under pasture.
An area of ridge and furrow cultivation of Medieval or Post Medieval date. It survives as an earthwork. It is situated 200m south west of Bubbenhall.
The Old Rectory, Ryton Road, Bubbenhall
1 Marked on the 1906 2nd edition OS map as the Rectory and as Tall Trees on the 1967 OS map. 2 Now known as The Old Rectory and used as ...
A vicarage known as The Old Rectory which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Ryton Road, Bubbenhall.
Undated linear features
2 Possible undated linear features, show as cropmarks. These appear to form an irregular enclosure, but are probably natural.
Several linear features of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The linear features might be the edges of an enclosure. The site lies 800m south west of Bubbenhall.
Undated linear features
2 A length of undated linear cropmark shows on aerial photographs. At one point this appears to cut or be cut by a small enclosure (PRN 5353).
A linear feature of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 300m south of Bubbenhall Bridge.
Ridge and Furrow N of Avon Terrace
1 Aerial photograph. 2 Ridge and furrow shown on aerial photograph in field centered on the above NGR. Area still under pasture has ridge and furrow not visible from the ground. 3 ...
An area of ridge and furrow cultivation of Medieval or Post Medieval date. It is visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs. The ridge and furrow is situated to the north west of Bubbenhall.
Linear Crop Mark to S of Rock Spinney
4 Probable prehistoric pit alignment, which cuts off a bend in the Avon, shows on aerial photographs. 5 The field is flat and featureless, no surface material. 6 Dating revised to between ...
Aerial photographs suggest that this is probably the site of a Prehistoric pit alignment, pits set at intervals along a single line or parallel lines. It is situated 200m south of Rock Spinney at Bubbenhall.
Undated linear features
2 Undated linear features of uncertain significance show on aerial photographs.
Several linear features of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 500m south east of Bubbenhall.
Footbridge 400m N of New Barn
1 A footbridge marked. 2 Bridge still exists. Brickwork is dilapidated but the bridge is still in use for tractors.
A footbridge dating from the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It is still in use and is situated 1km northeast of Bubbenhall.
Poss Site of Watermill 400m NW of Bubbenhall Mill
1 Mill meadow marked. 2 There was a mill at Bubbenhall in 1086 and the mill is recorded also in 1528, 1547 and 1698. Three mills are recorded in 1717. 3 Mill ...
The site of a watermill which was in use from the Post Medieval period onwards. The watermill is known from documentary evidence. It was situated 800m west of Bubbenhall.
Possible Watermill, Bubbenhall
1 Three water mills are mentioned in deeds relating to water mills in the village; one of which was originally a fulling mill. There is no documentary evidence of the ...
The possible site of a Post Medieval watermill or fulling mill where cloth was beaten and cleaned. The mill may have existed in the area of Bubbenhall but its exact location is unknown.
Disused Quarry, Ryton Road
1 Map by J Fish. 1 On the Fish map there is an area called Gravel Pits, which is not marked on later maps. A reference in the CRO (Z222 SM) ...
The site of a quarry, now disused, that was in use from the Post Medieval period onwards. It is situated 600m south east of Bubbenhall.
Findspot - Post Medieval inscribed tiles
1 Seven inscribed tiles found in 1877 in demolishing a building, supposed to be 200 years old. The texture of the tiles and the forms of the letters suggests ...
Findspot - several Post Medieval inscribed tiles were found when a building was being demolished in the Bubbenhall area.
The Manor, Church Road, Bubbenhall
1 Map by Yates and Sons for John Sharp in 1793. 2 Post Medieval timber framed house, with modern tile roof and modern windows. Reconstructed. Map of 1793 shows a house ...
The Manor, a house which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated on Church Road, Bubbenhall.
Bubbenhall Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS first edition map of 1886, 27SW. 2 Listed in Domesday; it was in Stoneleigh Hundred. The Phillimore edition has ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Bubbenhall based on the first edition Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Bubbenhall Lighting and Fire Decoy Site
1 Bubbenhall bombing decoy site was part of the QL and QF programme for the Coventry area. It was set up to simulate factory lighting as a way ...
A lighting and fire bombing civil decoy site from the Second World War designed to confuse the enemy into dropping their bombs in the wrong place. The documented grid reference is just east of Waverley Wood.
Find spot,Medieval Pottery, Glebe Farm, Bubbenhall
1 Rim sherd from a medieval bowl found during fieldwalking.
Rim sherd from medieval bowl.
Find spot,Romano-British Pottery, Glebe Farm, Bubbenhall
1 Rim sherd from greyware jar found during fieldwalking.
Rim sherd from RB jar.
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