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Kinwarton Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement based on the first edition Ordnance Survey map of 1886, 37SW. 2 Domesday lists Kinwarton, in Ferncombe Hundred. The Phillimore edition gives a ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement at Kinwarton based on documentary evidence.
Findspot - Medieval coins
1 Finds made with a metal detector in 1984: Farthing of Edward I (1280-1), farthing of Edward II (1307-27), jetton of Edward II, excessively damaged late 14th – 15th century ...
Findspot - several Medieval coins were found 700m south west of Kinwarton.
Findspot - Post Medieval coin
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1984: Sixpence of Elizabeth I (1561).
Findspot - a coin of Post Medieval date was found 300m south west of Kinwarton Church.
Findspot - Migration period finds
1 Find made in 1984 with a metal detector: Fragment of 6th century bronze brooch with incised/impressed circle decoration. This is similar in style to the disc brooches from the ...
Findspot - various objects dating to the Migration period were found 600m south west of Kinwarton Church.
Findspot - Medieval metal finds
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1984: A bronze strap end. 2 Finds made with a metal detector in 1984: A bronze strap end, a 15th or 16th century ...
Findspot - various finds of Medieval date, including coins, strap ends and a spindle whorl, were found 600m south west of Kinwarton Church.
Findspot - Post Medieval metal finds
1 Finds made in 1984 with a metal detector: Two buckles. 2 Finds made in 1984 with a metal detector: Penny of James I. 3 Finds made in 1985 with a metal ...
Findspot - two buckles, a penny and a token, all of Post Medieval date, were found 600m south west of Kinwarton Church.
Findspot - Post Medieval coin
1 Find of Post Medieval coin made with a metal detector: Groat of Elizabeth I.
Findspot - a Post Medieval coin was found at Captain's Hill, Alcester.
Findspot - Medieval finds
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1985: Halfpenny of Edward III (1335-43). Finds made with a metal detector in 1985: Small barrel key – ?Medieval or later, two bronze ...
Findspot - various Medieval finds, including a coin and a key, were found in the area of Throckmorton Road, Alcester.
Findspot - Post Medieval jetton
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1985: ?Nuremberg jetton.
Findspot - a Post Medieval jetton or counter was found in the area of Throckmorton Road, Alcester.
Findspot - Roman Assorted Finds
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1990: A coin of the 1st to 2nd century. 2 Find made with a metal detector in 1990: Half of a box hinge, ...
Findspot - various finds of Roman date, including coins and brooches, were found in the area of Kinwarton.
Findspot - Medieval & Post Medieval finds
1 Part of a three legged ewer and an ornamental stud found in 1990 at SP100581, and reported by metal detectorists. 2 Two fragment of a penny of Edward I found ...
Findspot - various finds of Medieval and Post Medieval date, including coins, buckles, spindle whorls and seals, were found 400m south west of Kinwarton.
AS Brooch, 400m SW of Kinwarton
1 An early Anglo Saxon decorated brooch, possibly a disc brooch, reported by metal detectorists.
An Anglo-Saxon brooch dating to the Migration period was found 400m south west of Kinwarton.
Findspot - Roman coin found in Kinwarton parish
1 A coin of the 1st century reported by metal detectorists.
Findspot - a Roman coin was found 600m south west of Kinwarton.
Toll House at Captain's Hill, Alcester
1 The tollhouse is marked on Greenwood’s map of 1822 but not on the OS 1830. It might be the present 2 storey brick cottage on Kinwarton Road.
A toll house where travellers payed the toll for using the toll road. It was in use during the Imperial period and is shown on a map of 1822. The toll house was situated at Captain's Hill, Alcester.
1 A bridge carried rail bed over cutting; 1876. Four arches, brick, intact; cutting partially filled in.
A railway bridge that was built from brick in 1876. It was situated 200m east of Arden Forest Industrial Estate, Alcester.
Imperial railway bridge
1 Bridge carried line over road, now destroyed.
The site of a railway bridge which was built during the Imperial period. It was situated 400m north of Kinwarton.
Pumping Station to N of Church, Kinwarton
1 Pumping station. Brickbuilt pumphouse about 3m by 4m high with hipped tile roof. It contains a force pump driven by an electric motor.
A pump house which was built during the Imperial period. It was situated 300m north of the church at Kinwarton.
Possible Site of Anglo Saxon Cemetery at Churchyard
1 Skeletons found at a depth of 1m in the churchyard were not orientated E-W. This could imply that they are pagan, which in turn could indicate a Saxon date. 2 ...
The site of a possible Anglo Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period. It is situated to the south of the church at Kinwarton.
Findspot - Roman and Migration period swords
1 ‘Roman and Anglo Saxon swords in garden of rectory. W A Seaby.’ 2 Roman or Anglo Saxon sherds (PRN 6330) and five pieces of sandstone found (at SP1058). Neither Birmingham ...
Findspot - swords dating to the Roman and Migration periods were found 100m south east of the church at Kinwarton.
Cross in Kinwarton Churchyard
1 Kinwarton Cross found in 1870 in the stable yard of the Rectory and then removed to the churchyard and used later for a gravestone. 2 Standing in the churchyard, forming ...
The remains of a Medieval cross which is located in Kinwarton Churchyard. The Medieval cross shaft now sits of a modern stone base.
1 N of Kinwarton Church (WA 1566) is a round dovecot built of rubble of thin stones with some plaster rendering. It dates from the C14, and may in fact ...
Kinwarton Dovecote, a building used for housing doves or pigeons. It is of Medieval date and is situated 100m north east of Kinwarton Church.
Church of St Mary, Kinwarton
2 Chancel and nave with no structural division between them; modern S porch. About 17.4m long by 4.4m wide. Consecrated in 1316, when it had probably been largely rebuilt, but ...
The Parish Church of St Mary which was originally built during the Medieval period. It was restored during the Imperial period. The church is situated north of Glebe Farm, Kinwarton.
Site of Kinwarton Manor House, 100m N of Dovecote
1 The site of the Manor House, a small inclosure surrounded by a moat. In the C17 and C18 it was occupied by the Hopkins family, being described as the ...
The site of Kinwarton Manor House which dated to the Post Medieval period. It is known from documentary evidence and it was located 100m north of the church at Kinwarton.
Site of Shrunken Post Medieval Settlement, Kinwarton
1 In 1981 the moat (PRN 5212) and surviving village earthworks were surveyed. Pot sherds collected included Roman (PRN 5214), Medieval (PRN 3774) and Post Medieval ware. The village had ...
The site of the shrunken village of Kinwarton which is of Post Medieval date. The site is visible as an earthwork and is also known from documentary evidence. It is situated 150m south of the church.
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