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Post Medieval items from Lanes End, Stourton
1 Find made by metal detector in 1994: Lead seal, represented by one of a two part type, stamped with the letter H between two vertical lines as I H ...
Findspot - Post Medieval items found at Lanes End, Stourton.
Stray find of glass bead in Stourton
1 Glass bead found in 1994 in Lanes End. Method of recovery unrecorded.
Find of a glass bead from the Roman or Anglo Saxon period in the Lanes End area of Stourton.
Stray Find of Medieval Item in Stourton
1 Strap end found in 1994. Method of recovery unrecorded.
Find of a strap-end from the medieval period in the Lanes End area of Stourton.
Stourton Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS map of 1884, 57NW. 2 The village is not listed in Domesday. 3 The 1884 map shows a village with ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement of Stourton based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884.
Circular crop mark in the parish of Stourton
1 A circular crop mark approximately 15m diameter in the parish of Stourton evident on aerial photographs was mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project.
Circular crop mark in the parish of Stourton evident on aerial photographs.
Ridge and furrow ploughing in the parish of Stourton
12345Ridge and furrow ploughing to the east of Stourton apparent as earthworks on aerial photographs taken in 1947 was mapped as part of the English Heritage National Mapping Project. ...
Ridge and furrow ploughing to the south of Stourton is apparent as earthworks on aerial photographs taken in 1947 but is now levelled.
Stourton Manor House
1 Early 17th century large T-shaped house of two storeys and attics in stone. The main front has three leaded 3-light casements with oak lintels. A cross-wing at ...
Stourton Manor House which was built during the Post Medieval period. It is located 500m north east of the church at Stourton.
1 There were two mills at Stourton in 1221 and both are mentioned in 1594. A mill is recorded in 1694 and information on ownership exists for the 19th century ...
Stourton Mill. Two mills are recorded here during the Medieval period. The mill continued in use until 1924. It was situated 500m south of Sutton-under-Brailes.
Stourton Wesleyan Chapel
2 Dated 1809. Brick with some ashlar dressings and stone coped gable. Gothic casements.
Stourton Wesleyan Chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is located 550m north east of the Church.
Village pump in Stourton
1 Formerly one of the village pumps. No longer in use but situated in the garden of a private house at the junction of the road from Sutton under Brailes ...
The site of a village pump which dates to the Imperial period. It is located 200m south east of the chapel in Stourton.
Poss Site of Medieval Chapel 300m S of Mill House
1 In Chapel Field perhaps once stood the chapel mentioned in the Patent Rolls. In 1549 John Nethermille of Coventry and John Milwarde of Ansley bought property from the King ...
The possible site of a Medieval chapel which is suggested by documentary evidence. The site lies 800m south of Sutton-under-Brailes.
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