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

A Manor house originating in the 14th century as a hall house with a cross wing. It was added to in the 16th century. Datestones of 1775 and 1887 refer to its restorations. It is of regular coursed limestone and ashlar with slate roofs. There are also a series of water-filled fishponds.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

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

A medieval moated site located east of Papworth Hall. The site comprises a sub-circular island, enclosed by a semi-waterfilled moat crossed by causeways to the east and west. The site is thought to represent the manor of Papworth Everard, recorded from the mid 12th century. The manor house...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

HALL OTHHILL

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

Three storey house constructed in 1724, possibly as an addition to a Medieval manor house now demolished. Some of the grounds were developed as Chorley Golf Course in 1898.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

IGHTHAM MOTE

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

Medieval moated manor house of courtyard plan. The earliest stone buildings, all built within a few years of each other, date from between 1340-60 and comprise an open hall, two solar ranges and a chapel. In the late 15th century the west range was built and in the 16th and 17th centuries...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

HUNSTANTON HALL

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

Country house incorporating a moated manor house possibly mid 14th century in origin. The earliest substantial part of the house is a large two storey brick gatehouse possibly built in the late 15th century. In 1578 Sir Nicholas le Strange is reputed to have built a hall range at the west...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

HODSOCK PRIORY

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

Fictitious name. Manorial complex the earliest standing structures dating from the early 16th century and having been built by the Clifton family. Present country house of 1829 with alterations of 1873-6. The early complex had an attached chapel mentioned in a Papal Bull of 1226 and confir...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

CHARTLEY HALL

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

Earthwork remains of a Medieval moat. The original house was constructed about 1475 but burnt down in 1781 or 1782. It was rebuilt but subsequently burnt down in 1847 and replaced by the present house. Field investigations in 1975 found the moat to be waterfilled. The eastern arm had been...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

GREAT TANGLEY MANOR HOUSE

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

Large house, on moated site, the medieval core comprises a two bay hall built in the late 15th century. The rear chimney stack was added to heat the open hall in the early 16th century. The house was extensively updated in the Elizabethan period, dated by the 1582 date carved on the consol...

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CLAYTON HALL

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

Clayton was the seat of the Byroh family from the late 12th to the early 17th century, after which it passed through various families. During the 15th century building expansion took place and Clayton Hall is thought to have been quadrangular or of three wings at this time. The hall was la...

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ORDSALL HALL

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

Ordsall Hall stands on a platform within a moat approximately 65 metres by 75 metres. The building contains in the remains of the east wing a suit of rooms which are the earliest example in the north-west of the private domestic apartments of a noble family. The two rooms are all that rema...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290