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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A Neolithic flint or chert axe, its cutting edge polished, was found in 1944 south of Bog House. It was last recorded in the possession of Mrs Rouse of Bransdale Lodge. Two scrapers and chips of grey flint, and a coin of George III, were also found.

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Medieval holy well situated to the west of Wick Barrow. It was believed to have great healing powers especially for sick children. Excavations to locate the well or spring head in 1908 found no traces of masonry. A building, possibly part of a tenement of farm documented in 1840 was also l...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Worked flint and Roman and Medieval pottery were recovered from the back garden of Fernhall Farm. The site was an auster tenement in the Manor of Mudgley held by William Counsel in 1327, and by John Pennard in 1558 when it was described as a house with a barn, orchard and garden. Post-medi...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

College of the vicars choral purchased in 1699 to house the Kings Grammar School. Excavations have located the college layout. Early Medieval and Medieval rubbish pits and Neolithic pottery also recovered.

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Medieval pottery kiln (site 1) part of the Donyatt Pottery Industry situated on the north side of Crock Street. The kiln was first recorded during fieldwalking in 1965 when a scatter of pottery wasters and part of a pottery dump were noted. Excavations in 1972 located part of a clamp kiln...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Excavations at 133-139 High Street, Egham, by D M Barker in 1979 located a ditch containing Bronze Age pottery. The ditch was sealed by a clay layer containing flint flakes and burnt flint. 17th century floors and rubbish pits were also identified.