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Ridge and furrow in Little Lawford
1 Ridge and furrow cultivation based on an aerial photo transcript.
The remains of ridge and furrow cultivation from the medieval period in the parish of Little Lawford, based on aerial photographs.
Site of Little Lawford Hall
1 Little Lawford Hall appears to have been built temp. Henry VII (1489-1505), with additions at the time of James I and early 18th century. 2 The house was pulled down ...
The site of Little Lawford Hall, a country house that dates back to the Medieval period. The house was demolished during the Imperial period but traces of the building survive as earthworks. It was situated at Little Lawford.
Excavation of Roman Well at Brown's Spinney
1 A few years before 1857 while digging limestone a limestone cist was discovered. This contained a skeleton with the legs contracted, the skull of which had fallen between the ...
A Roman well was found during an excavation. It contained three cremation urns and a burial. The well was situated in an area to the north west of Little Lawford.
Site of Lime Works 400m N of Holbrook Grange
1 Lime workings marked.
The possible site of a lime kiln or quarry which dates back to the Imperial period. It is marked on a map of 1831. The lime works were situated 800m north east of Long Lawford.
Little Lawford Mill
1 Recorded in 1086. Held by the monks of Pipewell Abbey in the twelfth century. Recorded again in 1485 and 1515. Details of ownership exist for the 19th century and ...
Little Lawford Mill, a watermill that dates back to the Medieval period according to documentary evidence. It continued in use until the Imperial period. The mill is situated to the south of Little Lawford.
Deserted Medieval Village East of Little Lawford
1 Mentioned in Beresford and Hurst’s gazetteer. 2 A site visit showed that this field, on either side of the stream, has small scale earthworks in it, and is surrounded by ...
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement which survives as an earthwork. The site is surrounded by ridge and furrow cultivation. It is located to the east of Little Lawford.
Undated linear cropmarks
1 On S bank of River Avon at SP4677 traces of enclosures and drove roads (?), leading towards river. 2 SP4677. Twin parallel road ditches directed at loop in the river ...
The site of a possible enclosure and linear features, which might be the remains of a drove road. All features are of unknown date but are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The site is located 800m west of Little Lawford.
Findspot - Prehistoric? flint artefacts
1 Animal bones were found in alluvium by the bridge about 180m below the mill at Little Lawford. Also found were flints, which in the opinion of other ‘competent ...
Findspot - several flint artefacts, possibly of Prehistoric date, were found 400m west of Little Lawford.
Findspot - Roman finds
1 Place where Roman remains were found. 2 Details of finds are not known.
Findspot - various Roman finds were found in an area 1km south east of King's Newnham. There are no details of what the finds were.
Site of Lime Kiln 100m E of Home Farm
1 ‘Lime Kiln Close’ recorded. 2 This is now under modern housing.
The possible site of a lime kiln, where lime was made during the Imperial period. The site is suggested by documentary evidence. It is located 1km north east of Long Lawford.
Medieval/Post Medieval Fishponds S of Hall
1 Fishponds at Little Lawford Hall. 2 S of the Hall is a fishpond.
Fishponds used for the breeding and storage of fish, which date to the Medieval or Post Medieval period. They are visible as earthworks and are situated north of the ford at Little Lawford.
Site of Post Medieval Lime Works at Brown's Spinney
1 Lime works are shown in about this location. 2 The only sign of lime working is the extensive pocking of the ground and deeper scarring where lime was extracted. The ...
The site of a lime works where lime was made during the Post Medieval period and possibly later. It is marked on a map of 1725. Some of the quarry holes from which the lime was extracted are visible as earthworks. The site is located 500m north west of Little Lawford.
Findspot - Bronze Age flint
1 A fine Bronze Age plano-convex knife was found on the S bank of the River Avon in 1986 and brought in to the County Museum for identification in 1987. ...
Findspot - a flint knife of Bronze Age date was found to the south east of Little Lawford.
Holbrook Grange garden, Little Lawford, Rugby
1 2 Lovie reports the house set in rolling meadows which run down to the river Avon and suggests that when the house was first built in the late 18th ...
Villa with pleasure grounds, walks, mixed planting, kitchen garden, conservatory set in parkland with boundary planting, drive, footbridge and boathouse on river Avon. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Lawford Hall garden, Little Lawford, Rugby.
1 2 Lawford Hall garden, Little Lawford, Rugby. Lovie reports that the house was demolished c. 1790. Stables remain as house. Boundary wall and old fish pond survive near river. Few ...
Boundary wall and old fish pond. Few other garden features survive. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Bath Barn, Little Lawford
1 A series of farm buildings shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map. Probably mid 19th century and associated with animal rearing. 2 A basic photographic record was created prior to ...
Farm buildings shown on First Edition Ordnance Survey map. Probably mid 19th century and associated with animal rearing.
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