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Findspot - Post Medieval finds
Find of Post Medieval objects. 1 Find of 16th-17th century items by D Taylor of 22 Mansfield Close, Stratford. Brought into the Museum by finder and now returned: a small silver ...
Findspot - a brooch, child's bracelet and a token all dating to the Post Medieval period found in Weston on Avon.
Cross in Weston Churchyard
1 A fine old socket in the churchyard. The upper bed is an irregular octagon, with a drip, the lower bed is enlarged by a cant, and the alternate and ...
The remains of a Medieval cross which stands in the churchyard of All Saints Church, Weston on Avon.
Findspot - Roman coin
1 Find of a coin of Constantine I (c310 AD). It was donated to the Museum. 2 This coin possibly came from the Roman settlement site (PRN 1344).
Findspot - a Roman coin was found in the area of Stratford on Avon.
Ridge & Furrow cultivation Weston on Avon Parish
Ridge and Furrow cultivation in Weston on Avon Parish. 1 Vertical AP’s. 2 Ridge and furrow cultivation transcribed from air photographs.
Findspot - Roman pottery and coins
1 A few fragments of Samian and other fragments of unglazed red and grey ware, found in association with a coin of Domitian. Discovered in the parish of Weston ...
Findspot - fragments of pottery and a coin all dating to the Roman period. The artefacts were found 250m south east of Ash Coppice, Welford on Avon.
Luddington Lower (New) Lock 500m SW of Luddington
1 The above location is the apparent approximate position as calculated from Hadfield’s directions. This lock would have been one of the two new locks built during the improvements ...
The site of a river lock, a rectangular chamber with wooden gates at each end, used to lower and raise the water level. It dates from the Imperial period, and was situated on the River Avon, 400m north east of All Saint's Church, Weston on Avon.
Prehistoric crop marks 200m east of Weston Farm
1 Ring ditch, linear features and enclosure shown on AP.
The site of cropmarks which appear of aerial photographs. The features include a ring ditch as well as an enclosure and linear features. They are undated and are located 250m south east of the church, Weston on Avon.
Possible undated enclosures, 1km north east of Weston Hill.
1 Half of a possible recangular enclosure shows as a cropmark.
The site of a possible rectangular enclosure and a linear feature. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features are undated and are located 1km north east of Weston Hill.
Undated linear cropmark
2 Enclosure complex including trackways and linear features revealed by aerial photography. Site 53 in survey.
The site of an undated enclosure which contains trackways and linear features. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 700m south east of the church, Weston on Avon.
Church of All Saints, Weston on Avon
1 Chancel, nave, S porch and W tower. Dates from the late 15th century, but the chancel is not of one build with the nave and may be a little ...
The parish church of All Saints. It was built in the Medieval period but with modifications were made to the building in the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The church is situated 200m north west of Weston Farm, Weston-on-Avon.
Milcote Post Medieval Deserted Settlement
1 ‘Milcote’ is marked on map. 2 ‘Milcote’ is marked on map. 3 No earthworks indicative of desertion survive.
The site of a deserted settlement dating to the Post Medieval period. It is marked on 18th century maps. It is located 1km south of the church, Luddington.
3 Enclosures and linear features show on air photographs. These enclosures are of uncertain date.
Aerial photographs show enclosures, linear features and a pit as cropmarks. The features are all of uncertain date. The site is 500m south west of the church at Luddington.
Findspot - Roman pottery sherds and coin
1 Roman pottery found in the parish of Weston upon Avon, associated with a coin of the Emperor Domitian. A few fragments were of Samian ware, the remainder of red ...
Findspot - pottery sherds and a coin dating to the Roman period were found 1km south east of Weston Hill.
Site of Chapel at Weston
1 There was a chapel at Weston Manduit before 1269, when the chaplain then resigned. In 1283 another priest was appointed, but no later reference has been found. 2 Weston Manduit ...
The site of a Medieval chapel is suggested by documentary evidence. The chapel is said to have existed at Weston-on-Avon.
Milcote House, Weston on Avon
1 Milcote House, Weston on Avon, Stratford. Lovie reports a park; pleasure grunds with terrace, mixed planting. State unknown as he didn’t visit.
Park and pleasure grounds.
Mount Grevill garden, Weston on Avon, Stratford
1 Mount Grevill garden, Weston on Avon, Stratford. Lovie states that Beighton shows house set on terraces above river. The house was demolished and extent of garden remains unknown.
House set on terraces above river; now demolished.
Weston on Avon Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the Medieval settlement, based on the first edition 6″ map of 1887, 43 SE. 2 The ridge and furrow plotting of the parish. 3 Domesday lists Weston ...
The possible extent of the Medieval settlement of Weston on Avon. This is based on the the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and the remains of ridge and furrow cultivation.
Watching brief, 4 The Village, Weston on Avon
Negative watching brief 1 A watching brief on service trenches in this location revealed no archaeological remains, either associated with the adjacent Roman villa (WA 1344) or otherwise.
Findspot - Roman Buckle
1 Find made with a metal detector in 1987: Roman buckle.
Findspot - a Roman buckle was found 300m south west of Weston on Avon church.
Findspot - Post Medieval coins
1 Find made using a metal detector in 1987: Coins of the 17th & 18th century.
Findspot - coins dating to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods were found 300m south west of the church in Weston on Avon.
Prehistoric Cropmark Complex 200m SW Milcote Manor Cottage
3 A possible complex of cropmark features has been identified on air photographs, comprising a D-shaped cropmark enclosure and several short linear features.
The site of an undated D-shaped enclosure and several short linear features. They are visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The site is located 950m north east of Weston Hill.
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