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Hemp Yard, name indicating the growing of hemp, Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list.{2} Alongside the more or less nucleated groups of tenements, early C18th Tatton was also characterised by dispersed farms. Not all individual farms are easily identified on Husseys map, but field names such as Hous...

Site of mill and dwelling on River Brathay, Fell Foot Farm

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

The site lies on the right bank of the Brathay, but the course of the steam has altered slightly. Stone banks protect the structure from flooding, a rectangular building, over 40 foot long is divided into three rooms. This building lies at the southeast end of the enclosure with the less c...

Hemp Yard, name indicating the growing of hemp, Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list.{2} Alongside the more or less nucleated groups of tenements, early C18th Tatton was also characterised by dispersed farms. Not all individual farms are easily identified on Husseys map, but field names such as Hous...

Widows Tenement Settlement and boundary wall, North End, Lundy

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

The Widows Tenement is a diamond-shaped enclosure of c17 acres, straddling the plateau just north of Threequarter Wall. The area is enclosed by the remains of a low, spread boundary wall of loose stones, now mostly turf-covered, and with some orthostats (large, upright stones) along its le...

Site of settlement on Greenbury Beck 370 metres S of Fell Foot Farm

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

A deserted medieval farmstead consisting of the substantial remains of a house. The house measures 64 by 24 feet with enclosures to the north and west, a boulder lined roadway runs east from the house as far as a modern field wall. A stone kiln to the north west is on the north bank of Gre...

Hemp Yard, near to Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list.{2} Alongside the more or less nucleated groups of tenements, early C18th Tatton was also characterised by dispersed farms. Not all individual farms are easily identified on Husseys map, but field names such as Hous...

Hemp Yard, name indicating growing of hemp, Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list.{2} Alongside the more or less nucleated groups of tenements, early C18th Tatton was also characterised by dispersed farms. Not all individual farms are easily identified on Husseys map, but field names such as Hous...

Hemp Yard, near to Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list.{2} Alongside the more or less nucleated groups of tenements, early C18th Tatton was also characterised by dispersed farms. Not all individual farms are easily identified on Husseys map, but field names such as Hous...

Hemp Yard FARM, Tatton Park

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

{1} 1733 Map by John Hussey (redrawn version) + names from N.Highams list