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Old Strupp Deserted Medieval Settlement
1 Church Farm. Area centred at above grid reference. ‘Site of Old Strupp Medieval settlement’. 2 No apparent sign of desertion in arable fields.
The possible site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Old Strupp. The site is located at the southern end of Oxhill.
Church of St Lawrence, Oxhill
1 Chancel, nave, N porch and W tower. Both nave and chancel date from about the mid 12th century, but the S wall of the chancel has been considerably repaired ...
The Church of St Lawrence which dates back to the Medieval period. Alterations were made to the building during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The church is located in Oxhill.
Cross in Oxhill Churchyard
1 In Oxhill churchyard, near the N doorway, is the base of a Medieval cross. 2 Base and fragment of shaft surveyed. 3 Identified as an ironstone preaching cross, with chamfered angles.
A Medieval cross. The base and a fragment of the shaft survive, and are in the churchyard of St Lawrence in Oxhill.
Possible Site of Medieval Manor House at Oxhill
1 17th century and later building. 2 Probably stands on site of Medieval manor house.
The house standing on this site was built during the Post Medieval period. There may have been a manor house standing on the same site during the Medieval period. The site is located 500m north east of the church at Oxhill.
Church Farmhouse, Oxhill
1 Late 17th century L-shaped in stone. A few stone mullioned windows remain. Middle section of the house is oldest. 2 The south gable end has a pigeon loft ...
Church Farmhouse, a house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is situated 100m south west of the church in Oxhill.
Oxhill House, Main Street, Oxhill
1 L-shaped building in stone with slate roof and unusual buttresses. Inscription dated 1706 above door. 2 Photographed in 1982.
Oxhill House, a house that was built during the Post Medieval period. The inscription above the door is dated 1706. It is situated in Main Street, Oxhill.
Methodist Chapel at Oxhill
1 Stone construction. Erected 1814, enlarged in 1839 and restored in 1879. 2 Visited in 1982.
A Methodist Chapel, built in the Imperial period and located at Oxhill, 200m north of the Anglican Church.
Site of Medieval Watermill at Oxhill
1 The mill at Oxhill is recorded in 1086 and 1241. Nothing now remains to suggest the exact location of the mill. 2 There is a mill stone in the garden ...
A watermill at Oxhill was recorded in the Domesday survey and later in the Medieval period, but its exact location is now unknown.
Findspot - Roman pottery
1 Information that much Romano British pottery is always found here, especially in the N field. 2 The present landowner knew nothing of this.
Findspot - fragments of Roman pottery have been found in the area lying 1km south west of The Oaks.
Possible Deserted Medieval Settlement
1 ‘Forsaken Ham. Forsaken by 1760’. 2 Deserted Medieval site. First known documentation 1651. Forsaken Hamme. Small amount of Medieval pottery on surface.
The possible site of a Medieval deserted settlement. Fragments of Medieval pottery have been found at the site, which lies 1km east of Oxhill.
Site of Possible Windmill 300m E of Priors Lea Farm, Oxhill
1 Built by 1812. Recorded 1829. Ceased by late 18th century (?19th century). Post Mill. 2 Marked as ‘Windmill Ground’. 3 There was probably once a windmill on the hill above Windmill ...
There is documentary evidence to suggest that this is the site of a windmill which was in use during the Imperial period. It stood 2km to the north east of Oxhill.
Site of Windmill at Windmill Farm, Oxhill
1 Windmill Farm. Built in 1327. Post Mill. 2 The NGR places the windmill just N of Windmill Farm. No visible remains.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of a Medieval windmill. It probably stood to the north east of Oxhill.
Roman building in Oxhill
1 The rubble foundations of a small Roman building were exposed during stripping for the construction of a reed bed. A slot through the fundations exposed the cut for ...
The rubble foundations of a small Roman building were exposed during stripping for the construction of a reed bed. A Romano-British coin and pottery and tile associated with the building were also recovered. The site is located 330m NW of Whitehill House, Oxhill.
Grave of Myrtilla, St Lawrence's churchyard, Oxhill
1 Grave of Myrtilla, St Lawrence’s churchyard, Oxhill. Grave of Myrtilla, negro slave to Mr. Thomas Beauchamp who probably owned a sugar plantation in Nevis, in the Caribbean. Thomas Beauchamp was ...
Grave of Myrtilla, negro slave brought from Nevis to Britain by Mr Thomas Beauchamp.
Turnpike Road from Edge Hill to Birmingham via Stratford
1 A turnpike road between Birmingham and Edgehill via Stratford established 1725-50.
A toll road which was established during the Post Medieval period. It continued to be used during the Imperial period. It was part of one of the London to Birmingham routes. The road ran between Edge Hill and Birmingham via Stratford.
Farm or Barn Complex
1 Barn Complex of unknown date visible on 1st Edition Ordnance Survey Mapping and demolished between 1971 and 1996.
Outfield barn complex of unknown date visible on 1st Edition Ordnance Survey Mapping and demolished between 1971 and 1996.
Oxhill Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement, based on the first edition OS 6″ map of 1886, 51 SE. 2 Oxhill is listed in Domesday in Fexhole Hundred. The Phillimore ...
Possible extent of the Medieval settlement of Oxhill as suggested by the first edition Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
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