Monument record BUD 007 - Remains of a 19th century wall

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Remains of a 19th century wall noted during an archaeolopgical monitoring for a new service run.


Grid reference Centred TM 333 661 (3m by 37m)
Map sheet TM36NW


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

2011: The remains of two brick wall footings were noted during an archaeological monitoring. The bricks were reddish brown, approximately 0.21m x 0.10m x 0.07m in size and similar to those present in the standing structures nearby (such as the outbuilding the trench comes from to the north which dates to the mid-late 19th century). The southern of the two walls may relate to a structure noted on an early 19th century estate map. The northernmost wall probably dates to the construction of the building, some time in the mid 19th century, since it aligns so tightly with the end wall, although it seems to have fallen out of use by the time of the first edition Ordnance Survey map (S1).

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Cass, S.. 2011. Archaeological Monitoring Report, New service run at Bruisyard Hall, Bruisyard, BUD 007.

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Nov 17 2017 1:27PM

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