Farmstead record BAC 074 - Farmstead: Copping's Farm

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Summary

Copping's Farm, Bacton. 19th century farmstead and 16th century farmhouse. Loose courtyard two sided plan formed by working agricultural buildings. The farmhouse is facing side on to the yard. Only the farmhouse survives. Located within a loose farmhouse cluster.

Location

Grid reference Centred TM 0450 6681 (75m by 83m)
Map sheet TM06NW
Civil Parish BACTON, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK

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Full Description

Copping's Farm, Bacton. 19th century farmstead and farmhouse. Loose courtyard two sided plan formed by working agricultural buildings. The farmhouse is facing side on to the yard. Only the farmhouse survives. Located within a loose farmhouse cluster (S1-6).

Recorded as part of the Farmsteads in the Suffolk Countryside Project. This is a purely desk-based study and no site visits were undertaken. These records are not intended to be a definitive assessment of these buildings. Dating reflects their presence at a point in time on historic maps and there is potential for earlier origins to buildings and farmsteads. This project highlights a potential need for a more in depth field study of farmstead to gather more specific age data.

Sources/Archives (6)

  • <S1> Unpublished document: Campbell, G., and McSorley, G. 2019. SCCAS: Farmsteads in the Suffolk Countryside Project.
  • <S2> Map: Ordnance Survey. 1880s. Ordnance Survey 25 inch to 1 mile map, 1st edition.
  • <S3> Map: Ordnance Survey. c 1904. Ordnance Survey 25 inch to 1 mile map, 2nd edition. 25".
  • <S4> Vertical Aerial Photograph: various. Google Earth.
  • <S5> Map: Ordnance Survey. 1949. Ordnance Survey 6 inch to 1, mile, 3rd edition. 1:10,560.
  • <S6> Map: 1939. Bacton Tithe Map.

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Record last edited

Nov 15 2019 11:04AM

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