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Romano-British activity west of the Caldecott Arms, Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
1 The excavation of three trial trenches west of the Caldecott Arms, Long Lawford, revealed evidence of Romano-British activity, including two ditches. These ran roughly at right angles to one ...
Two Romano-British ditches, which may have been field boundaries or related to a settlement enclosure, were recorded during trial trenching West of The Caldecott Arms, Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
Undated features located on land to the west of Caldecott Arms, Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
1 The excavation of three trial trenches in the centre of the medieval village of Long Lawford recorded a number of undated pits, ditches and gullies. These were probably ...
Undated features, including pits, ditches and gullies, recorded during trial trenching on land to the west of Caldecott Arms, Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
Long Lawford Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement of Long Lawford based on the OS first edition map of 1887, 28 NW. 2 The ridge and furrow plotting of the parish. 3 ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Long Lawford based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887, excavation, and on aerial photographs.
Undated activity at Lawford Lane, Bilton, Long Lawford.
1 An archaeological evaluation consisting of four trenches was undertaken prior to the residential development of the site. A single, undated gully was recorded along with two modern land drains.
An undated gully was recorded during trial trench evaluation. The site was located to the west of Lawford Lane, Bilton, Long Lawford.
Findspot - Roman Pottery
1 Find of Roman pottery. No other information.
Findspot - fragments of Roman pottery were found 1km east of Church Lawford.
Site of Possible Roman Settlement 1 km W of Church
1 Excavation of a small gravel pit in 1873 revealed the neck of a Roman jug. In 1874 in the same pit was found a small Roman vessel of ...
Findspot - fragments of Roman pottery from jugs, a lamp and a cinerary urn were found 1km south west of Little Lawford, suggesting that this might be the site of a Roman settlement.
Church of St John, Long Lawford
1 Chancel, nave, S porch, and a small vestry. Built in 1839 of red brick with artificial stone dressings, now washed over with cement. Bellcote at W end. Lancet windows. 2 ...
The Parish Church of St John was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
2 Complex of enclosures, linear features, trackways and a pit alignment show on aerial photographs.
A complex of enclosures, linear features, trackways and a pit alignment. The features are of unknown date. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The site lies 500 south west of Lawford Heath.
Undated linear cropmark
Undated complex of enclosures and linear features shows on aerial photographs. 2 A complex of enclosures and linear crop marks shows on aerial photographs.
Enclosures and linear features of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 800m south of Lawford Heath.
1 AP. 2 Undated enclosures show on aerial photographs. 3 Possibly a later Prehistoric open settlement. 4 Dating narrowed to between the Neolithic and the Romano British periods.
Several enclosures of prehistoric date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are situated 800m west of Cawston Spinney.
Findspot - Prehistoric Flint from Long Lawford
Prehistoric flints found near Newton, Newbold and Lawford. 1 Amongst the items discussed at a Rugby School Natural History Society meeting on May 18th 1867 was “ancient flint weapons from the ...
Findspot - Roman coin
1 Found on farmland in May 1982 was a sestertius of Marcus Aurelius or Commodus (161-192). It was minted in Rome. The coin is in very poor condition.
Findspot - a single Roman coin was found 1km south west of Long Lawford.
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Chapel Street, Long Lawford
2 Primitive Methodist Chapel. Appears to be mid 19th century. Red brick with yellow brick dressings. Now disused.
A Primitive Methodist Chapel dating to the Imperial period. The chapel is no longer in use. It is situated in Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
Site of Smithy at Long Lawford
1 Smithy marked. 2 All that remains is a small derelict outhouse. The other buildings have been demolished and a garage built on the site.
The site of a forge where wrought iron was made during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1913. Most of the buildings have now been demolished but one outbuilding remains. The forge was situated on Chapel Street, Long Lawford.
Methodist Chapel, Long Lawford
1 A modern Methodist chapel, with a 1955 date stone.
The site of a Methodist Chapel which was built in 1955. It is situated to the east of School Street, Long Lawford.
Pillbox, Lawford Heath Lane
1 A pill box stands beside Lawford Heath Lane. It is standard, of grey concrete; the windows and entry have now been blocked up with brick. 2 A semi sunken concrete ...
A Second World War hexagonal pillbox, associated with the airfield near Long Lawford. The pillbox is situated on Lawford Heath Lane.
Site of 'Smallpox Hospital', Lawford Heath Lane
1 A hospital for infectious diseases was built some time between 1886 and 1913. This site was chosen presumably for its isolation. 2 Nothing now remains of the building which ...
The site of a smallpox hospital that was built during the Imperial period. The hospital building no longer exists but it is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated on Lawford Heath Lane.
Site of Thurn Mill, 800m E of Long Lawford
1 This is probably the mill at Long Lawford recorded in 1086. It stood on the bend of the river half a mile E of the village, and belonged to ...
The site of Thurn Mill, a watermill dating back to the Medieval period. A corn mill and fulling mill are known from documentary evidence to have existed at this site, which is located 100m east of Thurnmill Spinney.
Site of Lime Kilns 1km W of Church
1 Lime works marked. 2 Kilns (disused) and pits marked.
The site of a lime works where lime was made during the Imperial period. It is marked on a map of 1822. The site is located 1km south west of Little Lawford.
Prehistoric pit alignment
2 A cluster of small subrectangular enclosures (PRN 4972) and linear features, including a length of pit alignment, show on air photographs. 3 Date revised to between the late Bronze Age ...
A Prehistoric pit alignment is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It might be associated with a cluster of enclosures that lie nearby. The pit alignment is situated in the area of Lawford Heath.
Stable Block at The Old Laundry, Holbrook Mews, Long lawford, Warwickshire
1 Basic photographic of the stables was undertaken prior to their conversion. The Listed Building records suggests they date to 1804 and the architectural style and brick size seems to ...
Shown on First edition ordnance survey map. Dates to 1804.
Undated cropmark enclosure
2 Undated subrectangular enclosure with a linear feature extending from one corner shows on aerial photographs.
An enclosure of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. A linear feature extends from one corner of the enclosure. The features are situated 100m east of Lawford Heath Lane.
Ridge and Furrow cultivation in Long Lawford Parish
2 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs. 3 Shown on aerial photograph transcript.
The remains of Medieval/Post Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation in the parish of Long Lawford. In some areas the ridge and furrow is visible on aerial photographs, whilst in others it remains as an earthwork.
Cropmark Enclosure 400m N of Blue Boar Farm
1 AP. 2 Two intersecting sub-rectangular enclosures and a linear feature (PRN 6226) show on air photographs. 3 Probably a later Prehistoric farmstead surrounded by enclosure ditches. 4 Dating altered to Neolithic up ...
The site of Prehistoric enclosures and linear features that are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features might represent the remains of a settlement. It is located 500m north of London Road.
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