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Clifford Chambers Pound
1 Pound marked on 1st Ed OS 1887.
A pound, where animals were penned during the Post Medieval or later periods. The pound lies north of
Site of Early Medieval Ford at Clifford Bridge
1 There is an Anglo Saxon charter reference to the Herpath which crosses the river at Cliff Ford. 2 Clifforda referred to in charter of AD 922. The name probably means ...
The site of a ford across the River Stour which was probably in use from the Early Medieval period. It is situated at Clifford Chambers bridge.
1 The bridge over the Stour at the parish boundary had been built by 1266 when one of the tenants of the manor owed the service of repairing the bridge; ...
Clifford Bridge, the site of a bridge dating from the Medieval to Post Medieval period, which was replaced in 1927. It crossed the Stour at Clifford Lane.
Findspot - Neolithic to Bronze Age flint
1 Find made on the course of the Severn-Trent pipeline: One piece of flint with retouch.
Findspot - a flint artefact of Neolithic or Bronze Age date was found 350m south west of Clifford Hill.
Wincot Deserted Settlement to NW of Wincot Farm
1 Land at Wincote is recorded in 1086. Five cottages held by William of Wincot in 1266 as part of Clifford Manor may have been in the hamlet of Wincot. ...
Earthworks may indicate the remains of the Medieval/Post Medieval deserted settlement Wincot. The site is located 950m north east of RAF Long Marston.
Moat to SE of Manor House, Clifford Chambers
1 A moated site noted close to the 15th century manor house. 2 The feature marked on the OS map as a moat is a sluiced pond, which with the river ...
The site of a possible Medieval moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It is still visible as an earthwork, and is situated 250m south east of the church at Clifford Chambers.
Watermill to NE of Manor House, Clifford Chambers
1 In 1086 there was a mill. Two mills are mentioned in 1266. The mill is also recorded in 1538, 1562 and 1649. The mill was used as the manor ...
The remains of a watermill which is documented from the Medieval period. The building was converted into a house in 1972. The mill race survives. The site is located to the south east of Clifford Chambers.
Clifton Mill Race to SE of Clifford Chambers
1 Clifton Mill Race is still intact. The mill race has been diverted from the river between SP2051 and SP1952. Part of it forms the eastern side of ...
The site of a mill race which was in use from the Medieval to the Imperial period. It is still visible as an earthwork. The mill race was located to the south east of Clifford Chambers.
Ridge & Furrow cultivation Clifford Chambers Parish
1 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs. 2 Portable Antiquities Scheme find provenance information: Methods of discovery: Metal detector
Ridge and furrow cultivation in the parish of Clifford Chambers. It is probably of Medieval or Post Medieval date. In some areas the ridge and furrow survives as an earthwork. In other areas it is visible on aerial photographs.
Earthworks at Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers
2 Earthworks show on air photographs. These have been plotted on the ridge and furrow plot for Clifford Chambers (PRN 3892).
Possible archaeological features of unknown date are visible as earthworks on aerial photographs. They are located on Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Findspot - Early Mesolithic flint blade west of Clifford Chambers
1 A Mesolithic flint blade or flake. 2 Noted in gazetteer.
Findspot - a flint blade dating to the Mesolithic period was found 800m west of Clifford Chambers.
Findspot - Bronze Age arrowhead in Clifford Chambers parish
1 Barbed and tanged arrowhead. Now in Coventry Museum. 2 Petit-tranched derivative arrowhead.
Findspot - two flint arrowheads dating to the Bronze Age were found 800m west of Clifford Chambers.
Findspot - Neolithic to Bronze Age flints
1 Clifford Chambers. Flakes, blades. In Coventry Museum.
Findspot - flint artefacts of Neolithic or Bronze Age date were found in Welford on Avon.
Findspot - Roman pottery sherds
1 Roman pottery sherds found on the line of the Severn-Trent pipeline. Three ‘severn-valleyish’ sherds of pottery.
Findspot - fragments of pottery dating to the Roman period and found 800m south of Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Findspot - Roman pottery sherds
1 A Roman sherd found on the line of the Severn-Trent pipeline during 1982. One of the sherds identified as derived from a large jar of (?Severn Valley) type.
Findspot - pottery sherds dating to the Roman period and found 400m east of Lower Gorse, Clifford Chambers.
Roman pottery and two pieces of Roman tile
1 Finds from the course of the Severn-Trent pipeline: 23 sherds of Roman pottery, two pieces of ?Roman tile, one piece of animal bone.
Findspot - 23 sherds of Roman pottery and two pieces of tile which possibly also date to the Roman period. They were found 400m south west of Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Findspot - Roman pottery & tile
1 Finds made on the course of the Severn Trent pipeline: 26 pieces of tile – probably mostly Roman – including one piece of decorated hypocaust tile, 81 pieces of ...
Findspot - 26 pieces of Roman tile and 81 pottery sherds were found 300m south west of Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Roman pot and three pieces of ?Romano British tile
1 Material found on the course of Severn-Trent pipeline: Eight sherds of Roman pot, three pieces of ?Romano British tile, one piece of limestone.
Findspot - 8 sherds of pottery and three pieces of tile dating to the Roman period. They were all found 350m south west of Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Turnpike road from Stratford to Long Compton Hill
1 A turnpike road constructed between 1729-50. The first Act was 1729. 2 The Act for repairing the Road leading from a Gate called Shipston Toll Gate, at Bridge Town, in ...
A toll road which ran from Stratford to Long Compton Hill. It was built during the Post Medieval period and continued in use into the Imperial period.
Medieval crop marks
1 An enclosure complex: At least two phases appear to be indicated: i) Blocks of ridge and furrow are aligned on the rectangular enclosure and trackway, presumably indicating a Medieval ...
Medieval features, including a trackway, a gully and pits, are visible on aerial photographs. The features probably represent more than one phase of occupation. The site is on Clifford Hill, Clifford Chambers.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Linear features, perhaps forming an enclosure, show on air photographs.
Undated linear features, possibly forming an enclosure, are visible on aerial photographs. They are located 750m north west of Clifford Chambers Bridge.
Undated linear crop mark
2 Linear features and possible enclosure show on air photograph.
Several linear features and a possible enclosure are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are of unknown date and are situated 1km north east of Atherstone on Stour.
Undated Cemetery at Manor House
1 1891, while making a sunk fence near the Manor House, about 30 skeletons were excavated, and it is thought that many more remain. They lay about 1.2m below the ...
The site of a cemetery dating to the Early Medieval period. Approximately 30 skeletons were excavated at the site, which is located 200m south of the church, Clifford Chambers.
Church of St Helen, Clifford Chambers
1 There was a priest in 1086. The church of St Helen is a small building with a Cotswold stone roof, heavily restored in 1886, comprising nave, chancel with N ...
The Church of St Helen, which was originally built in the Medieval period. The church underwent alterations in almost all of the centuries that followed. It is situated 200m south east of the Post Office, Clifford Chambers.
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