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1 Mid or late 18th century. Single storied ashlar. The front has a roman doric arcade of three bays. Balustrade parapet.
A lodge built during the Imperial period. It is associated with Fillongley Hall and lies 300m north east of it.
Steps and Cliff at Castle Close Fillongley
1 On private land known as Castle Yard which formed part of complex of Victorian farm buildings of Castle Farm. Steps to the right of the Old Granary and on ...
The site of a cliff thought to have been formed by the quarrying of stone for the medieval castle at Castle Yard, Fillongley. Steps, which predate the Imperial period but have not yet been more accurately dated, can be seen cut into the cliff face.
Find of a medieval coin in Fillongley
1 Find of a half-groat of Henry VII near Daw Mill Pit. Method of recovery unrecorded. Short grid reference given of SP2690.
Find of a half-groat from the medieval period in Fillongley near Daw Mill Pit.
Fillongley Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement of Fillongley based on the OS first edition map of 1887, 16NW. 2 Domesday has 4 entries under Fillongley in Coleshill Hundred. The ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Fillongley based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Building Material north of Castle Yard
1 A spread of building material from the post medieval period which was identified during a site visit.
A spread of post medieval building material located to the north of Castle Yard Fillongley
The remains of a bridge at Fillongley
1 The remains of a bridge exposed in the bank, which was identified during a site visit.
The masonry of a bridge exposed in the bank, just to the north of Castle Yard Fillongley.
Possible deserted medieval settlement at Fillongley
1 The possible site of deserted medieval settlement identified on a site visit.
The possible site of a deserted medieval settlement to the north of Castle Yard Fillongley identified during a site visit. The earthworks may or may not be associated.
The site of a possible brick bridge at Fillongley
1 The possible remains of a brick bridge , together with modern building material, observed in a hedge at this location during a site visit.
The possible remains of a brick bridge, together with modern building material, located in a hedge on the north west side of Castle Hills, Fillongley.
Managed Woodland within Birchley Hays Wood
1 Managed woodland containing a series of earthworks including some linear. The earthworks may pre-date the wood. It is bounded on the western and southern sides by a thick holly ...
An area of managed woodland which contains a series of earthworks, and is bounded by a thick holly hedge. It is situated within Birchley Hays Wood.
1 A boundary feature consisting of bank, ditch and bank. The bank lies on the south and west sides and the ditch to the north and east. The boundary has ...
A bank and ditch boundary feature, originally a parish boundary and now a county boundary, which is situated within Birchley Hays Wood, Fillongley. It dates from the post medieval period.
Find of medieval and post medieval coins in Fillongley
1 Find of three coins in January – February 1997. Method of recovery unrecorded. Grid reference given of SP29788720.
Find of medieval and post medieval coins in the Fir Tree Farm area of Fillongley
Possible Deserted Medieval Village at Chapel Green
1 1595: ‘the Chappell green’. 2 Possibility that this was once a village with a chapel and a green. There are no surface indications of desertion.
The possible site of a deserted settlement of Medieval date. The site was located at Chapel Green, 500m north of Birchley Hays Wood.
Daw Mill, Fillongley
1 Marked on Beighton’s map of 1725, but its early history is not known. Information on ownership exists for the 19th century, and milling continued until the early 1940s. Conversion ...
Daw Mill, a watermill which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated 400m north east of Wagstaff Farm.
1 There was a mill here in 1725 and information on ownership exists for the C19. The mill closed in the early 1900’s. It was then converted into a dwelling ...
Fillongley Mill, a watermill which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated 200m south east of New Bridge.
Lower Mill, Fillongley
1 A mill, mentioned in a deed of 1703, probably stood on this site, but nothing is known of its early history. It was known as Lovell’s Mill by the ...
Lower Mill, a watermill which was built during the Imperial period. It has now been converted into a dwelling and is situated 100m east of Tamworth Road.
Moat at Moat House Farm, Fillongley.
1 Remains of a moat to NW of farmhouse. 2 ‘Considerable remains’ of an ancient moat survive at Moat House Farm. 3 No moat can now be recognised, though some fragments of ...
A moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building. It is Medieval in date and is visible as an earthwork. The moat is located at Moat House Farm, 700m north west of Corley Moor.
Medieval Castle at Castle Yard, Fillongley.
2 Earthworks on a site known as the ‘Castle Yard’ comprising a low mount (or keep) with a courtyard to the S; the whole being surrounded by a moat. On ...
The remains of a Medieval castle survive as an earthwork with traces of a masonry building. The site is known as Castle Yard and is situated 300m south west of Fillongley.
Windmill at Windmill Farm, Fillongley
1 Early C19 windmill. Ceased working about 1880s. Had four common sails. Was subsequently used as a cattle shelter and store. Now under conversion into wing of house. Red brick ...
A windmill which was built during the Post Medieval period, and which went out of use in the late 19th century. The brick tower is now part of a house. It is situated 100m east of Windmill Farm.
Findspot - Neolithic stone axe, Fillongley
1 Catalogued as Wa 30/c. Of Great Langdale epidotized tuff. 2 According to the vicar it was found at harvest time either in 1971 or 1972. 3 The find spot was ...
Findspot - a Neolithic stone axe was found 200m west of Wood End.
Cross in Fillongley Churchyard
1 Situated on S side of church opposite chancel. Modern octagonal shaft let into square socket stone which has four worked corners, the whole standing on four steps. 2 In the ...
A cross of Medieval date which is situated in the churchyard of Church St. Mary and All Saints on Coventry Road, Fillongley.
Fillongley Old Hall
1 Mid 18th c. A large regular 2-storeyed house in Ashlar. Central recessed portico with twin giant Ionic columns. 2 This building is not in a good state of repair. 3 ...
Fillongley Old Hall, a house which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated 100m south of Chapel Green.
Find of medieval jewellery in Fillongley
1 Find of a ring and two brooches from the medieval period which were reported to the Museum in 1997. The grid reference was marked as SP29788720, but the method ...
Find of a ring and two brooches from the medieval period, 100m southwest of High House Farm, Fillongley.
Find of Roman items in Fillongley
1 Find of a Roman denarius and brooch fragment in October 1997. The grid reference given was SP296870, but the method of recovery was unrecorded.
Find of a Roman coin and brooch south of Fir Tree Farm, Fillongley
Findspot - Roman coins
1 Roman coins found by metal detectorists. 2 Thirteen coins recovered by metal detectorists in the area of Didgley Brook, of which three were of later 3rd century, and the remainder ...
Findspot - several coins of Roman date were found 600m north west of Fillongley.
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