BYG 023 - `Fields 33 & 36'; Longacre Green; Galleys Farm (PMed)
|SHER Number:||BYG 023|
|Name:||`Fields 33 & 36'; Longacre Green; Galleys Farm (PMed)|
|Type of Record:||Monument|
|Grid Reference:||TL 674 552|
|Parish:||GREAT BRADLEY, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK|
Please read the Suffolk Historic Environment Record caveat document.
Fieldwalking survey by Haverhill District Archaeological Group.
Designated Status: none recorded
Fieldwalking survey by Haverhill District Archaeological Group. Field 33 (N of 36): light scatters of Med and PMed pottery over S half of field, `including flattened rim-sherds and bases in buff/grey sandy fabrics. Greater concentrations of the same pottery forms were noted along the southern field bondary, together with scatters of Post-Medieval building rubble' (S1).
Scatter surrounds N, W & S sides of Longacre Green - see BYG 005. Three farmsteads/houses are shown on the margins of the green on Hodskinson's 1783 map (S2). Area enclosed by circa 1837. Galley's Farm, on the S side of the green, shown in 1950s has now disappeared. Longacre Green Farm, on the N side of the green, is the only surviving building. For other sites around the green see BYG 022(?), 024 & 025.
Also Preh (on Field 36) & Med.
Sources and Further Reading
|[M1]||SSF44991 - (No record type): Library: (S1). |
|[S1]||SSF7400 - (No record type): HDAG, Journal, 6(2), 1996, 85-86, map. |
|[S2]||SSF7563 - Cartographic materials: Hodskinson, J.. 1783. The County of Suffolk surveyed. |
- FSF20334 - (Post Medieval - 1540 AD? to 1900 AD?)
- FSF20333 - POTTERY (Post Medieval - 1540 AD? to 1900 AD?)
|Date Last Edited:||Feb 6 1997 12:00AM|