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Conham Farm

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

Ruinous buildings, standing in places to about 13 feet high. Believed to be a chapel, latterly used for various industrial purposes, incorporated into a farmhouse in the C19. Partly built of copper slag blocks. {1} The chapel is recorded as SGSMR 3472.

Farmstead (site of) Rednend farm

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

Deserted farmstead? In classic position on the edge of Marsh Common, with ridge and furrow behind. Not shown as customary tenement of manor of Tockington c1800 (BRO 37959 (36) no building, so deserted before 1800. Cropmarks on air photo. {1}

Lilliput Farmhouse Lower Hamswell Cold Ashton

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

Farmhouse. Late C17 with later alterations.see Images of England

Nupdown Farm Hill

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Farmhouse, now house. Dated FF/1809, probably referring to Flora Fustsee Images of England

Pomphrey Farm (site of)

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A farmhouse and barn were recorded at this site in 1843 {1}. The buildings stood to be mapped in 1966, and the farmhouse had only recently been demolished in 1990. The stone barn still stands, and is of Pennant rubble, with a pantile roof. The footings of the farmhouse, which are still vis...

Farm site south west of Manor Farm Hill

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

The 1659 map depicts a house and barn in this land parcel, the site today is occupied by a large modern barn. {1}{2}Archaeological deposits and structures almost certainly exist on the site

Bickley Farm

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

Group of agricultural buildings around a central yard, of which the house, barn to the E, and possibly parts of the southern barn are pre-1843. {1} The farm originally fronted directly onto Hanham Green{2} and may be related to the Kidds Tenement (ASMR 7114) recorded near this site in 1670...

Knights Folly Farm Bath Road Bitton

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Modern alterations include rooflights, upc windows and front door and modern door hood However building still has attractive character and properties etc have been retained.

Downend Farm

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Farm as depicted on the 1882 Ordnance Survey 1st edition. Structures and deposits may survive below ground. {1}

Cold Harbour Farm

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Farm Buildings here, destroyed during building in the 1980s possessed a name recorded in 1540. {1} It is not clear how old the buildings were, but the name and siting may imply medieval settlement. Most has probably been destroyed by recent construction, but elements of the site may remain