Monument record BLB 060 - Church Farm, Church Road, Blythburgh
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 45091 75262 (2m by 2m)|
|Civil Parish||BLYTHBURGH, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (1)
Archaeological monitoring was carried out during underpinning operations undertaken on the extant house and the digging of strip foundations for a double garage to the rear of the property. During underpinning a small wall stub pre-dating the existing house (but still of post-medieval date) was recorded. A small amount of redeposited human bone was also recovered from a large pit or make-up deposit beneath the foundations. Its exposure was too small to enable further interpretation. In the area of the garage up to 0.8m of post-medieval overburden was recorded overlying undisturbed natural sands. A single post-medieval brick lined storage pit was recorded. No earlier features or finds were encountered. S1
- --- SSF55284 Unpublished document: Gardner R & Everritt L. 2004. Monitoring, Church farm, Church Road, Blythburgh.
- FSF30625: HUMAN REMAINS (Unknown date)
- None recorded
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Record last edited
Jun 16 2017 2:01PM