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Clifton Upon Dunsmore Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS first edition 6″ map of 1887, 28NE. 2 There are two entries in Domesday, in Marton Hundred. The Phillimore ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Clifton on Dunsmore based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Cross, Church Street, Clifton upon Dunsmore
1 A churchyard cross of red Runcorn stone from Cheshire was erected in 1897 in memory of Mrs T.S.Townsend. 2 It is said to contain fragments of St.Thomas’ Cross, but these ...
A cross in the churchyard of the church in Clifton upon Dunsmore. It was erected during the Imperial period but may incorporate parts of a Medieval cross.
1 Early 18th century with 19th century alterations. Brick, in Flemish bond with slate roof and brick stacks to ridge. 2 storeys and attic; 5-window range. Door is panelled and ...
Clifton Manor, a manor house that was built during the Post Medieval period. The building incorporates alterations that were made during the Imperial period. It is situated in Clifton upon Dunsmore.
1 A mill existed on this site in the 14th century. Details of ownership exist for the 19th century. A steam engine was installed to supplement the waterwheel c1900, but ...
Clifton Mill, a watermill that was built during the Medieval period and continued to be used until the end of the Imperial period. The mill building is still standing but has had many modern alterations added to it. It is situated 800m north west of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Site of Possible Medieval Watermill to N of Clifton
1 Domesday book records two mills at Clifton upon Dunsmore. One was N of Clifton (PRN 4154), but there is no record of a mill on any other site. 2 Note ...
The possible site of a Medieval watermill which is suggested by documentary evidence. The site is located in the area of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Church of St Mary, Clifton upon Dunsmore
1 Chancel, N vestry, nave, N and S aisles, W tower, and S porch. Stands on the highest ground in the village. The earliest remains, probably 12th century, are the ...
The Church of St Mary, a Medieval church that was largely restored during the Imperial period. The church is located on Church Street, Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Wesleyan Chapel, North Road, Clifton on Dunsmore
1 Wesleyan Chapel built in 1862. 2 The chapel has recently been converted into a private house and modernised.
A Wesleyan Chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is now in use as a private house. The chapel is situated in North Road, Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Migration period cemetery
1 Site of possible Saxon cemetery. 2 The justification for placing the cemetery here appears to be the map of Anglo-Saxon remains in the VCH. However Bloxam clearly locates the site ...
The possible site of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period. The site lies 400m north east of the church at Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Site of Windmill 400m W of Church
1 Built by 1725. Ceased 18th century. Post mill. 2 No trace of any windmill mound remains.
The site of a post mill, a windmill mounted on a post. The windmill is thought to date from the Post Medieval period. The site is suggested by documentary evidence and is thought to be located 400m north west of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Clifton Old Hall
1 House, formally 3 cottages. 17th century with later alterations. Plain-tile roof with stacks to ridge. One storey with attic; 4-window range. Door is 17th century plank with iron studs ...
Clifton Old Hall, a house that was built during the Post Medieval period. Numerous modern alterations have been made to the building. It is situated on Hillmorton Lane, Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Enclosure or field boundary E of Meranti Lodge
1 A sub-circular enclosure shows on air photographs. 2 The field was planted with a potato crop, and nothing was visible on the surface. 3 Another cropmark at SP536762 may indicated the ...
An enclosure of Roman date may be part of a larger field system. The features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs and are situated 500m south east of the church at Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Undated cropmark enclosure
2 Three sides of an undated subrectangular enclosure and other linear features show on air photographs.
Three sides of a possible enclosure and several linear features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features are of unknown date. They are situated 1km north of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Undated cropmark enclosures
2 Undated subrectangular enclosure and traces of a second enclosure show on aerial photographs.
Two enclosures of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 500m south east of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Possible undated cropmark enclosures
2 Undated subrectangular enclosure shows on aerial photographs. Possible traces of a second enclosure are also visible.
Two possible enclosures are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are of unknown date and are situated 300m south west of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Excavation of C18/19 House off Allens Lane
1 1975: Excavation in advance of redevelopment. Dating evidence for the existing building was provided by a Georgian shilling found between the quarry tiles which formed the floor. The building ...
The remains of a house which was found during an excavation. The house dated to the Imperial period. It was situated off Allens Lane, Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Clifton Mill Branch to W of Clifton upon Dunsmore
1 This canal arm used to form part of the Oxford Canal before its straightening in 1834. It was retained to serve Clifton Old Wharf, vmarked as disused and at ...
Clifton Mill, the site of a canal wharf on a disused canal, where vessels would have loaded and unloaded goods during the Imperial period. It was located to the south west of the west end of Station Road, Clifton upon Dunsmore.
Small round earthwork, 600m SE of Clifton on Dunsmore
1 A small round earthwork measuring about 5m in diameter and about 1m high was recorded during an archaeological assessment of the Radio Mast site. It is undated. This is ...
A small round earthwork measuring about 5m in diameter and about 1m high was recorded during an archaeological assessment of the Radio Mast site. It is undated.
Large oval earthwork feature, 600m to the South of Clifton on Dunsmore
1Large oval earthwork feature, identified from aerial photography and partly visible on the ground. It appears to consist of an external bank surrounding a hollowed interior. Undated. The northern end ...
Large oval earthwork feature, identified from aerial photography and partly visible on the ground. It appears to consist of an external bank surrounding a hollowed interior. Undated.
Outbuilding adjacent to 25 Main Street, Clifton-on-Dunsmore
1 Photographic record of the stable with a wooden lean-to. 2 Shown on 1st Edition map of 1886
Outbuilding, possibly a stable. Shown on the First Edition Ordnance Survey map and is probably 19th century.
Clifton Manor garden, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rubgy
1 Clifton Manor garden, Clifton Manor, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rubgy. Lovie reports pleasure grounds, paddock park with boundary planting; and that photographs show early C20th garden in arts and crafts style. Lovie ...
Early C18th villa with pleasure grounds and paddock.
Dunsmore park/garden, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby
1 Dunsmore park/garden, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby. Lovie reports that the house survives as a nursing home. Terraces and immediate pleasure grounds, mixed planting, kitchen garden and parkland.
Pleasure grounds with terraces, walks, mixed planting, kitchen garden, parkland. Recommended for inclusion on the Local List by Lovie.
Undated ditch and gully to the rear of 42 North Road, Clifton on Dunsmore
1 2 A ditch/gully aligned east-west which was 3m in length (ending within the trial trench) was found. To the east, 2m of a further southest/northwest ditch/gully extending outside ...
Two gullies or ditches were identified in a trial trench. No pottery was found suggesting that settlement activity was not nearby.
Post-medieval ditch to the rear of Main Street, Clifton on Dunsmore
1 2 Ditch running east-west probably forming the rear boundary of a plot on Main Street. Sherds of post-medieval pottery were recovered from the fill. Not on ...
Probable boundary ditch. Predates 1888 as not shown on First Edition.
St Mary's Church graveyard, Clifton upon Dunsmore
1 In December 2009 trenching for utilities trenching was observed in the Northern tip of the graveyard, no graves where found but occasional fragments of human bone where found. 2 In ...
The graveyard around St Mary's Church, Clifton upon Dunsmore
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