Monument record BNH 133 - Circular well observed after accidental discovery at East Farm, Barnham
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|Grid reference||Centred TL 8765 7916 (5m by 4m)|
|Civil Parish||BARNHAM, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (1)
Circular well observed after accidental discovery.
1.2m internal diameter. Depth unknown. Principally flint fabric, with rare small/thin red unfrogged bricks. Flint were large and nicely dressed with largely flush/flat inner faces. Competent work. Average size of flint c.0.2m squared. Coursed, but no formal bond. Soft pale brown sandy mortar.
Probably c. 17/18th century. Associated with cottage recorded in the location on an Enclosure map.
Reported by David Hedding. Was advised to backfill with inert material and make safe.
Formerly recorded as BNH 106
- None recorded
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Record last edited
Jan 9 2017 10:03AM