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Site of Medieval Grange at Biggin Hall
1 The monks of Pipwell had lands in Thurlaston and on that land was a Grange called the Bigging, situated on that part of the field named Stokewell Furlong. There ...
The site of a Medieval grange, a farm or estate belonging to a monastery. The grange is known to have existed from documentary evidence. An area of earthworks on the west side of Thurlaston may represent the remains of the grange.
Site of Medieval Chapel at Thurlaston
1 There was anciently a chapel at Thurlaston dedicated to St Edmund. This was standing in 1360, and is said to have been demolished by the Lord Berkeley’s officers in ...
The site of a Medieval chapel, possibly associated with the Medieval grange that stood in this area. The chapel is known to have existed from documentary evidence. Its exact location is unknown but it probably stood in an area to the west of Thurlaston.
Site of Medieval Grange at Thurlaston
1 Pipewell Abbey had two granges at Thurlaston. One was at Biggin (PRN 3087). 2 It is not known what the other grange was called or its precise location. It may ...
The site of a Medieval grange, a farm or estate belonging to a monastery. The grange is known from documentary evidence. Its exact location is unknown but it was probably situated in the area of Thurlaston.
Church of St Edmund and Church House, Church Lane, Thurlaston
1 Chancel, nave, N vestry, and W tower forming house. Orientated N-S. 1849, by William Butterfield. Built as a chapel-school, to be used as a school during the week and ...
The Church of St Edmund and Church House. The church/school and the church house were built in the Imperial period, and are situated south east of the Manor House, Thurlaston.
Site of Windmill 600m NE of Church
1 Thurlaston (NE of village). Post mill. Built by 1787. Ceased by early 19th century. 2 There is no trace of this site on the ground.
The site of a post mill, a type of windmill mounted on a post. It was built during the Imperial period. The post mill was situated 500m north east of Thurlaston.
Windmill on Main Street, Thurlaston
1 1794. Tower mill. Had two pairs of stones, four sails (two common, two shuttered) which came down 1925. Ground floor stones worked by steam engine to 1919. Converted into ...
A tower mill, a type of windmill, that was built during the Imperial period. The mill is still standing but is now in use as a dwelling. It is situated on Main Street, Thurlaston.
Village Stocks, Stocks Lane, Thurlaston
1 There are stocks at the above grid reference. 2 Well preserved.
The site of Thurlaston village stocks, a wooden structure in which the feet and/or hands of criminals would have been locked as a punishment. The stocks were used during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. They were situated on Stocks Lane, Thurlaston.
Undated cropmark features
1 AP. 2 A group of oval and subrectangular enclosures show on air photographs. This may be an Iron Age open settlement.
The site of several enclosures of unknown date. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The enclosures are situated 500m north of Thurlaston.
Undated linear feature
2 An undated linear crop mark shows on aerial photographs.
A linear feature of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 500m north east of Thurlaston.
Neolithic or Bronze Age ring ditch
2 Possible Neolithic/Bronze Age ring ditch shows on air photographs.
The site of a ring ditch of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. It is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The ring ditch is situated 600m north east of Thurlaston.
Undated linear features
2 Linear crop marks forming three sides of a square with small rectangular enclosures attached show on aerial photographs.
Several linear features and an associated enclosure are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features are of unknown date. They are situated 800m north west of Thurlaston.
1 Plans of sheep wash (scaled) 2 Detailed description of sheep dip. Brick built into the embankment of the dam for the possible fish pond (4105). Appears to be ...
Brick built sheep dip.
Undated cropmark enclosure
2 An undated elongated oval enclosure shows on aerial photographs. It is not certain that this is archaeological and it does not show on other aerial photographs of the area. ...
An oval enclosure of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 500m north east of Thurlaston.
Undated Ring Ditch
2 A ring ditch shows on aerial photographs. It is not certain that this is archaeological and it does not show on other aerial photographs. If of archaeological origin it ...
A ring ditch of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The ring ditch is situated 500m north east of Thurlaston.
Ridge and Furrow in Dunchurch & Thurlaston Parishes
2 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs.
The remains of ridge and furrow cultivation of Medieval and later date in the parishes of Dunchurch and Thurlaston. In some areas the ridge and furrow is visible as an earthwork. Elsewhere, the remains are can be seen on aerial photographs.
Possible Ring Ditch 400m W of Barnwells Barn Farm
2 Probable Neolithic/Bronze Age ring ditch shows on aerial photographs.
The site of a possible ring ditch of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. It is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The ring ditch is situated 1km north west of Thurlaston.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Undated linear cropmark shows on aerial photographs.
A linear feature of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 800m north east of Far Popehill Spinney.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Undated linear crop mark shows on aerial photographs.
A linear feature of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 1km south west of Thurlaston.
Cropmarks near the Coventry Road, NW of Thurlaston
1 AP 2 Linear feature and enclosure show on air photos. 3 One element of this complex may be a ring ditch.
An enclosure and a linear feature, both of unknown date, are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features are situated 800m north west of Thurlaston.
Undated cropmark enclosure
2 Undated enclosures show on aerial photographs.
Several enclosures of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The enclosures are located 700m north west of Thurlaston.
Pond and Possible Moat to W of Manor House
1 ‘Old Sand Pits’ marked. 2 There are several modern houses and the area is called ‘Moat Close’. There is a small pond forming part of the garden which may be ...
The site of a possible Medieval moat. Some earthworks are visible 300m west of the church at Thurlaston. This area is actually a dammed pond, if there is a moat here at all, then it is a few metres to the north.
Quarry off Main Street to N of Thurlaston
1 Sandpit appears on 1886 OS 6″ map. 2 Part of the sandpit has been planted with grass and trees.
The site of a quarry or sand pit which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and is still partially visible as an earthwork. It is situated at the southern end of Thurlaston.
Quarry SE of Church, Thurlaston
1 This field is known as The Sand Pit on OS maps. 2 The field is now pasture and there are pronounced earthworks still visible which may be the result of ...
The site of a quarry or sand pit that was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and is visible as an earthwork. The site lies 100m west of Main Street, Thurlaston.
Site of Possible Watermill 1km W of Kites Hardwick
1 ‘Millham Furlong’ and ‘Millham Meadow’ marked. 2 No traces of a mill remain.
Documentary evidence suggests that this might be the site of a watermill dating to the Medieval or Post Medieval periods. The site lies 1km west of Kites Hardwick.
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