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Farmstead, Newlands Farm, Killerton

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

This is a remarkable example of a planned mid 19c farmstead, with house, barn, stable and linhay all contemporary and built of local stone with slate roofs. The farm was acquired by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland in 1838, although there was a dispute with the Earl of Egremont about five/twelfths o...

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

Site of Little Comberoy, Frogmore Farm, Killerton

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

The site of Little Comberoy (or Combroy) on the Tithe map, named on the 1801 map as Higher Cummary (the name is misplaced) and shown as empty on the 1879 Estate map. Some of the farm buildings on the south side of the road survived and became known as Brookhill. One of these can still be...

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

Highshield Farmhouse

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

In 1860, Highshield comprised of two linear steadings originally dating back to c1700 on either side of the farm track; East and West High Shield. Highshield had long been in the ownership of the Blackett family. Simon Wilkinson of Highshield signed the General Release on 9th March 1745 (Z...

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

Former farmstead, Street Farm, Horsey

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

SNA63028 only records the following about this farmstead - Ruin. Brick. Condition: ruinous, with use for covered garage and store.

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

Home Farm, Farm Buildings, Harewoods

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

Home Farm was built by Thomas Pope in 1855 as a replacement to browns Hill Farm which he demolished. Since that date there have been a number of additions and demolitions, detailed below. An early C20 building phase may relate to other estate improvements dated 1907/8. There were in 1875...

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