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

Thrintoft Grange appears to have been a lesser grange of Jervaulx Abbey, and the only surviving Medieval building is the chapel. The remains of the chapel are apparently 13th century. The walls, containing three original window openings and a piscina, are intact, but the whole is in a dila...

CHAPEL OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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

A medieval hospital at Whittlesford Bridge founded circa 1200, of which only the chapel remains. It is a notable example of 14th century architecture and overlies the remains of an earlier chapel. By 1337 it had become a free chapel but was supressed circa 1548 after which it was used as a...

WATENDONE

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

Excavations have located the church, later chapel, of the deserted Mediaeval settlement of Watendone. The chapel was a simple rectangular structure of rubble and flint build, and found to measure 62 feet by 48 feet. Fourteen associated inhumations were also located. The church is first men...

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

A chapel was extant at Normanton de Heath in 1220. The chapel was dilapidated in 1636 and used as a barn by the Earls of Rutland.

CLEY CHAPEL

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Chapel ruins are shown here on a map dated 1797. Investigations in the 1950s suggested it was probably a barn foundation. The site was not visible when visited in 1974.

LEONARD STANLEY PRIORY

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

The remains of Leonard Stanley Priory, a Benedictine foundation, which lies immediately to the south of the parish church of St Swithin and comprises a Saxon chapel, Listed Grade II*, a pond and the below ground remains of the conventual buildings. The priory precinct would have originally...

TENCREEK

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16th century house and 17th century barn. There was a chapel at Trencreek in 1385.

BRATTON COURT

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A 14th century manor house with 15th century alterations, enlarged during the 17th century. It was extensively altered during the late 19th and early 20th century. The group also includes a 15th century gatehouse and barn. There are documentary references to a chapel in the early 14th cent...

CHAPEL OF ST GEORGE

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Site of chapel in Globe Lane. Documented in Domesday and altered in the Early English style, it went out of use in the mid 16th century, was in use as a barn in 1610, and was destroyed by fire in 1764.

BARN ON BARTON ROAD

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C17-C18 barn, timber frame weatherboarded. The building was converted into a chapel probably in the second half C19.