Bronze Age bowl barrow, listed by Grinsell as Wilsford 40, and part of the Lake Group of barrows recorded as SU 14 SW 51. Excavated in the early 19th century by Colt Hoare, who found a primary interment of a child in a large deep grave, accompanied by a drinking cup, presumably a Beaker. Two secondary inhumations were also found. Near the top of the mound was a cremation with bone pin beneath an inverted urn. The bone pin is in Devizes Museum; the urn is said to be lost. The museum also contains an incense cup said to have been dug out of the side of this barrow. The barrow is extant as an earthwork mound 4 metres high, surrounded by a ditch.