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Whitnash Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement of Whitnash based on the OS maps of 1887, 33SE and 39NE. 2 Whitnash is listed in Domesday in Stoneleigh Hundred. The Phillimore ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement of Whitnash based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Findspot - Roman coins
1 Two coins from the 3rd century and one from the 4th century reported by metal detectorists.
Find spot - Roman coins were found in the area of Whitnash.
Findspot - Post Medieval coins & brass pocket sundial
1 Assorted finds comprising coins from the 17th century and brass pocket sundial from the 17th to 18th century, reported by metal detectorists.
Find spot - assorted Post Medieval finds were found in the area of Whitnash.
Findspot - Roman coins
1 Roman coins of an early date have been recently dug up from the stonework of a house at the SW corner of the parish. 2 No further information.
Find spot - Roman coins were found but the exact location of the find spot is unknown.
Findspot - Post Medieval silver coin
1 A silver penny of Edward VI (1547-51) minted in Canterbury was found by Mrs P J Vasiljevic in 1976 in Golf Lane, Whitnash and is in her possession.
Find spot - a coin of Post Medieval date was found in Golf Lane, Whitnash.
Findspot - Iron Age gold coin
1 Gold stater of Dobunnic group. ‘Corio’ (c25-50AD). Very fine condition. Found in soil of greenhouse. 2 Noted.
Find spot - an Iron Age coin was found south of Ashford Road, Whitnash.
Findspot - Roman coin
1 Sestertius of Antoninus Pius in very worn condition dug up in soil from the foundations of the rectory. In possession of the rector. Found 1940.
Find spot - a Roman coin was found on Church Lane, Whitnash.
Findspot - undated burial
1 Jaw and base of a skull and long bone of male found at depth of 1m in red clay.
Find spot - a burial of unknown date was found 200m east of Fieldgate Lane, Whitnash.
Findspot - Neolithic or Bronze Age stone axe
1 Ground stone axe given to Warwick Museum. Found on site of houses at Whitnash. Thin section 21/ah. 2 Large thong-grooved axe or adze, Whitnash. A greywacke or quartzose ash, not ...
Find spot - a stone axe of Neolithic or Bronze Age date was found in the Whitnash area.
Site of Whitnash/Radford Semele Mill
1 The mill is recorded in 1086 and was conveyed to Kenilworth Priory in 1325. The mill was mentioned again in 1653. On Beighton’s map of 1725 there is a ...
The site of Whitnash/Radford Semele Watermill which was built during the Medieval period. Traces of earthworks remain visible. It was situated 1km west of Radford Semele.
Church of St Margaret, Whitnash
1 Chancel, nave, S aisle, W tower, vestry, and S porch. Practically rebuilt in recent times except for the late C15 tower. The old church consisted of chancel, aisleless nave ...
The Parish Church of St. Margaret which was originally built during the Medieval period but which was largely rebuilt during the Imperial period. It is located on Whitnash Road, Whitnash.
1 Of 17th century origin. Rebuilt late 19th century. Brick except for one gabled timber-framed bay. 2 In 1086, it was held by Humprey of Hascalf Musard, an ancestor ...
Whitnash Manor, a manor house which was originally built during the Post Medieval period but largely rebuilt during the Imperial period. It is situated on Whitnash Road, Whitnash.
The Fosse Way
1 The Fosse Way probably originated as the link road along a temporary frontier line and was in existence by AD 47. Between Cirencester and High Cross it runs remarkably ...
The Fosse Way, a Roman road of mid 1st century origin, running from Cirencester to Leicester, partly along a temporary frontier line. The road runs to the south east of Stretton on Fosse.
Cemetery, Brunswick Street
1 Opened in 1852. Chapels (PRN 2411, 2412). 2 Noted. 3 4 Lovie states that cemetery opened in 1852. Gatepiers, original path system, boundary wall and much of 19th century planting ...
A cemetery dating from the Imperial period which is located on Brunswick Street, Whitnash. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Whitnash Rectory garden, Whitnash
1 Whitnash Rectory garden, Whitnash. Lovie reports pleasure grounds with terrace, kitchen garden and paddock. State unknown.
Pleasure grounds, kitchen garden, paddock.
Possible Site of Watermill at Whitnash
1 In 1279 a watermill with a great pool is recorded at Whitnash. It was held by Thomas de Haseley. 2 The site of the watermill is not known.
Documentary evidence suggests that there was a watermill at Whitnash during the Medieval period. Its exact location is not known.
Castle Hill placename
Castle Hill placename. 1 A field adjacent to the holy well (WA 7390) was known locally as Castle Hill field.
Site of Holy Well at Whitnash
1 Site of an ancient well by the side of Whitnash Brook. The site is now drained, but the little stream of water which flows into the Brook is ...
The site of a holy well of unknown date. It was located 400m east of Whitnash.
Leamington Spa (Bishops Tachbrook) Airfield
1 A private airfield, or landing ground, opened and managed by a Major J E Bonniksen after WW1. Known locally as Bonniksen’s Airfield, it continued as a private airfield until ...
Leamington Spa Airfield, a private airfield which was constructed after the First World War. It was located to the east of Harbury Lane.
Extension to Leamington Spa Aircraft Park
1 ‘Three fields were brought into one to provide the space indicated on the AA sketch map and a fourth will soon be usable because the flagged ditches in the ...
Leamington Spa Airfield was extended by combining three fields into one area during the 20th Century.
RAF Leamington Spa
1 Bonniksen’s Airfield (MWA 8092, MWA 8093) was taken over by the RAF during WWII and extended NE to the railway, and SE. Apparently the landing area was so close ...
RAF Leamington Spa. During the Second World War Leamington Spa Airfield was taken over by the RAF and extended. The site was located to the east of Harbury Lane.
Smithy on Whitnash Road
1 Smithy marked on 1886 map.
The site of a blacksmiths workshop which was in use during the Imperial period. It was situated on Whitnash Road, Whitnash, and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Fosse Road Signal Box North of Leamington Hall
1 Signal box marked on 1885 map.
Fosse Road Signal Box which dates from the Imperial period. It was situated 800m southwest of Frizmore Hill, Radford Semele, and is marked on the Ordnance Map of 1885.
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