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Undated cropmark in Wishaw.
1 Cropmark shown.
Undated cropmark at Grove End, Wishaw.
1 Cropmark shown.
Undated cropmark at Grove End, Wishaw.
Mesolithic flint found at Moxhull
1 Mesolithic blade found at SP175957.
Mesolithic flint blade found at Moxhull, Wishaw.
Two Mesolithic tools found at Over Green, Wishaw.
1 A core and a blade were found at SP168943,
Two Mesolithic flint tools found at Over Green, Wishaw.
Mesolithic tools from Wishaw.
1 Blades and a possible microburin found at SP164954.
Blades and a possible microburin found in Wishaw, 400m northwest of Grove End.
Find of Neolithic/Bronze Age flint in Wishaw
1 Retouched flake found at SP174954.
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age flint found in Wishaw, northeast of Grove End.
Flint tool found in Wishaw
1 Scraper found at SP176946.
Neolithic/Bronze Age flint tool found in Wishaw, 80m northwest of the church.
Church of St. Chad, Wishaw
1 Chancel with modern S vestry, and nave, N and S aisles, and W tower. Of 13th century origin, largely remodelled in 13th century and 14th century. Mid ...
The Parish Church of St. Chad whose origins lie in the Medieval period. Parts of the church were restored during the Imperial period. The church is located 200m south of Church Farm, Wishaw.
Site of Possible Manor House at Grounds Farm, Wishaw
1 Plans of 1763 show a timber framed building on three sides of a quadrangle. 2 Ryland wrote that by the 20th century there was nothing like a manor. However ...
The site of a possible manor house dating from the Medieval period. The site is situated at Grounds Farm.
Noel Grange, Wishaw
1 1728, 1741 and 1742: dates scratched onto three of the roofing timbers. 2 1763: called “Mother Red Cap”. Plan and elevation of the house, showing milestone marked 109 miles ...
Noel Grange, an inn where travellers could lodge, which dates from the Post Medieval period. It is situated to the north east of Wishaw Hall Farm.
Possible Shrunken Medieval Settlement of Wishaw
1 Deserted Medieval village at SP1794. Some evidence exists for the history of the village, but there is little archaeological indication of its location. 3 No traces of desertion were ...
The site of a Medieval shrunken village which lies 200m to the south of Church Farm, Wishaw.
Site of Moat at Wishaw Hall Farm
1 Part of an extensive series of earthworks including fishponds to the E and SE of Wishaw Hall Farm. 2 Plan. 3 A moat. What remained of the moat was filled in ...
The site of a moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, and a fishpond used for the breeding and storage of fish, which were Medieval in date. They were situated to the west of Moxhull Park, Wishaw.
Site of a Race Course at Moxhull Park
1 Racecourse shown. 2 The racecourse is first shown on the OS map of 1924 and thus post dates 1903 when the OS 25″ was published. 3 OS 25″ 1903 map.
The site of a race course at Moxhull Park, which was used from the Imperial period onwards, is located c 600m to the south west of Middleton Farm.
Charcoal manufacturing sites in Wishaw Parish
1 The remains of a charcoal manufacturing sites appear as dark, roughly circular soil marks on aerial photographs near The Wilderness, Wishaw. On early maps (1955 edition) ...
The remains of a charcoal manufacturing sites appear as dark, roughly circular soil marks on aerial photographs near The Wilderness, Wishaw.
Pool Hall garden, Wishaw
1 Pool Hall garden, Wishaw. Lovie reports pleasure grounds, plantation, kitchen garden, pond and a moat.
Pleasure grounds, kitchen garden, pond, plantation and moat.
Well Cottage, Grove End, Wishaw
1 17th century cottage, currently a farmhouse. A building survey was carried out prior to renovation. The framing is probably mid 17th century. The house was originally three bays ...
17th century timber-framed farmhouse at Grove End, Wishaw.
Pit alignment, off Church Lane, Wishaw
1 A pit alignment visible as a cropmark on satellite photography. It is located to the East of Curdworth Lane, Wishaw.
A pit alignment visible as a cropmark on satellite photography. It is located to the East of Curdworth Lane, Wishaw.
Enclosure, off Church Lane, Wishaw
1 An enclosure visible as a cropmark on satellite imagery. It is located off Curdworth Lane, Wishaw. A pit is visible as a cropmark in the centre of the enclosure.
An enclosure visible as a cropmark on satellite imagery. It is located off Curdworth Lane, Wishaw.
Enclosure, SW of Wishaw Church
1 A series of enclosures are visible as cropmarks on satellite imagery. They are visible as negative cropmarks and of likely prehistoric date.
A series of enclosures are visible as cropmarks on satellite imagery. They are of likely prehistoric date.
Pit alignment, SW of Wishaw Church
1 A pit alignment visible as a cropmark on satellite imagery.
A pit alignment visible as a cropmark on satellite imagery.
1 Marked as a fishpond 2 The site now consists of a long snake-like pond, not dissimilar to the fishpond on reference 1. 3 During construction of the golf ...
Moxhull Pool, a fishpond used for the breeding and storing of fish, which dates to the Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork and is situated to the north west of the Belfry Hotel.
Possible Moat at Moxhull Old Hall
1 The remains of a possible former moat existed to the E of Moxhull Old Hall. 2 The left hand side of this former earthwork existed, in the form ...
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. The moat dates to the Medieval period and is visible as an earthwork. It is situated at Moxhull Old Hall, immediately to the east of the Belfry Hotel.
Moxhull Old Hall, Wishaw
1 Plans and elevations of the house are shown in Sharpe’s (or Shape’s) survey. 2 The house was altered extensively and enlarged on two occasions in the 19th century. The site ...
Moxhull Old Hall, a house which was built during the Medieval period and which later became an inn. It is situated 900m to the west of Cuttle Mill Farm.
Mesolithic flint scatter, Wishaw Hall Farm, Wishaw
1 A colluvial flint scatter comprising over one thousand flints was uncovered in the central area of the site. The assemblage originated further up the slope to the west ...
A Mesolithic flint scatter uncovered near Grove Lane, Wishaw during site excavations connected with the Birmingham Northern Relief R oad project.
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