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1 The Abbey of Radmore was transferred to Stoneleigh in 1154-5. The foundation stone of the church of the new Cistercian Abbey was laid in 1155. In 1241 the monastery ...
The site of Stoneleigh Abbey, a Cistercian monastery that was founded during the Medieval period. Few traces of the abbey buildings survive above the ground except for the gatehouse. The site is located southwest of The National Agricultural Centre.
Medieval Market Place to NW of Corner Farm, Tysoe
1 In 1341 Ralph, afterwards created Earl of Stafford, was granted a weekly market at Tysoe. 2 It was thought that the market was in the field at the above grid ...
The site of a Medieval market place in Lower Tysoe. The remains of the market place are visible as earthworks. The remains of a market cross have been found in this field, which is situated to the north west of Corner Farm.
Shipston Market Hall
1 In the centre of the north end of the High Street, stood a half-timbered, free-standing building, dated to the 16th century, called The Range. Directly to the east ...
The site of Shipston market hall which was built during the Post Medieval period. It was situated 100m north of the Post Office.
Site of Medieval Market Hall in Market Place
1 In the centre of the High Market, in an area known as the Barley Market, was the Booth Hall or Tolbooth, built by Thomas de Beauchamp (d1369). Stalls in ...
The site of the Medieval market hall is known from documentary evidence. It was sold in 1791 and demolished. It stood in Market Place, Warwick.
1 Legends about the foundation survive and place the foundation at a number of dates between 839 and 1066. A certain amount of the history of the Abbey is known. ...
Polesworth Abbey, a nunnery house governed by an abbess. The Abbey dates to the Early Medieval period and lies 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Brinklow Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of medieval settlement based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886, 22SE. 2 Brinklow is not listed as such in the Domesday Survey, except as a Hundred. 3 ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Brinklow based on the first edition Ordnance Survey 6" map.
Churchover Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS first edition 6″ map of 1886, 23NE. 2 There are three entries for Churchover in Domesday, in Brinklow Hundred. ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Churchover based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Fillongley Medieval Settlement
1 The probable extent of the medieval settlement of Fillongley based on the OS first edition map of 1887, 16NW. 2 Domesday has 4 entries under Fillongley in Coleshill Hundred. The ...
The probable extent of the medieval settlement at Fillongley based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Nuneaton Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement of Nuneaton based on the OS map of 1888, 11SW. 2 Domesday has two entries for Nuneaton in Coleshill Hundred. The Phillimore edition ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement at Nuneaton based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1888 and known archaeological features.
Kenilworth Medieval Settlement
1 The possible extent of the settlement based on the OS map of 1886, 26SW. 2 Domesday lists Kenilworth in Stoneleigh Hundred. The Phillimore edition gives a grid ref. of SP2872. Ref ...
The possible extent of the medieval settlement at Kenilworth, based on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886, and on bibliographic material and archaeological reports.
Stratford-upon-Avon Medieval Planned Borough
1 The possible extent of the medieval settlement based on the OS map of 1886, 44NW. Amended to cover the planned settlement only 6 as per the reconstruction by T ...
The extent of the planned settlement of Stratford upon Avon.
Hillmorton Shrunken Medieval Settlement
1 The scene of an anti-enclosure rising in 1607 and landowners were prosecuted in the Star Chamber for enclosure here. It is probable that at this time the portion of ...
The site of the Medieval/Post Medieval shrunken village of Hillmorton. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks, which are situated 100m north of the church.
Alcester Town Hall
1 A 2-storied building of C17 date. The lower story consists of a stone colonnade, filled in in 1873, and was built around 1618, in which year Sir ...
Alcester Town Hall, a building originally constructed during the Post Medieval period as a market hall. It is situated in the High Street, Alcester.
Roman Buildings and possible market place at rear of Bell Inn, Evesham Street, Alcester
1 Back of Bell Inn, Evesham Street. In a trench dug here a rough stone floor about 0.9m deep was seen. Some Samian and black pottery. 2 Noted. 3 Further excavations have ...
The site of Roman buildings and possible market place, found during an excavation. The site is located on Evesham Street, Alcester.
1 Remains of earthworks on a steep hill called ‘The Mount’, which forms a promontory. The site is by nature strong and commanding. The extant remains consist of a flat-topped ...
The site of Beaudesert Castle which dates to the Medieval period. The castle is a large ringworkwith two probable baileys. The ringwork was eventually surrounded by a stone curtain wall and is known to have contained several stone buildings. It is visible as an earthwork and is known from documentary evidence. It is situated 400m east of Henley in Arden.
Deserted Settlement at Oldberrow
1 Early 19th century maps show additional buildings lying to the W of Oldberrow Church, four shown in 1814. The tithe map of 1839 shows only two. There are no ...
The site of a deserted settlement dating to the Imperial period which is known from documentary evidence. It was situated 100m west of the church, Oldberrow.
Lower Brailes Shrunken Medieval Settlement
1 Brailes was a village whose fields lay open in the traditional Midland pattern until William Brown was granted, in 1485, the offices of bailiff of the lordship and keeper ...
The site of the Medieval shrunken village of Lower Brailes. The site is visible as an earthwork. It is situated 300m south of the church at Lower Brailes.
Site of Shrunken Settlement at Upper Brailes
1 Linear earthworks marking out plots show on aerial photographs. This may mark out an area of shrunken Medieval settlement at Brailes. 2 Additional aerial photographs taken in January 1992 have ...
The site of a Medieval shrunken village at Upper Brailes. Evidence for the shrunken village is visible in some areas as earthworks.
Site of market at Coleshill
1 Site of market at Coleshill. In 1207, Osbert II de Clinton obtained a royal charter for a weekly market in his manor of Coleshill on a Sunday (and also a ...
Site of market at Coleshill between the High Street and the Parish church, outside the west door. Area of market now infilled.
Possible site of market place, Polesworth
1 Possible site of market place, Polesworth. Morton states that the major landowner and lord of manor was the Abbey. While most of its records have been lost, it is known ...
Weekly market granted to the Abbey in 1242. Location uncertain.
Market Hall, Market Place, Warwick
1 1670: A committee was set up to bargain for stone to erect a Market House. It was built on stone pillars and from 1700 parts were rented to tradesmen. ...
Warwick Market Hall was built of sandstone in the 17th century. Areas were rented to tradesmen, and there was a small prison on the ground floor. Markets were held here until 1905, after which the whole building became a museum. It is located in Market Place.
Site of Corn Exchange
1 Former corn exchange. Built in 1856-7 in the south-west corner of the Market Place. It consisted of three bays, Italianate in style. 2 Demolished; site redeveloped. The ...
The site of a corn exchange which was in use during the Imperial period and was built in the Italianate style. It stood the south west corner of Market Place.
Site of Warwick Market Cross, Market Place
1 Dugdale’s 1650 edition, speaking of Thomas Fisher, records that his true name was Hawkins, and that his father by profession sold fish at the Mercate Cross near Warwick. The ...
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of Warwick Market Cross, which stood on the east side of Market Place.
Bretford medieval settlement
1 BRETFORD is recorded as a Borough in 1279 and in 1334 Subsidy was valued at £31.13. A market charter for Tues granted 2 Sept 1227, by K ...
On the Fosse. Granted a market and a fair in the 13th century. Recorded as a borough at around this time.
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