Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

DNT 012 - Goymors Farm; Gormors Farm (1880s); Gymers (1836)

SHER Number:DNT 012
Name:Goymors Farm; Gormors Farm (1880s); Gymers (1836)
Type of Record:Monument
Grid Reference:TL 7557 5134

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Two, L shaped, arms of probable moat.

Monument Types

Designated Status: none recorded


Two, L shaped, wide, water-filled arms (S & E) of probable moat. Much recently disturbed building debris spread on interior surface, mostly PMed but including largish fragment of worked limestone (left in situ). Presumably remains of extensive range of buildings shown on 1880s OS map when named Gormor's Farm. Named as Gymers on OS 1836 map.
Also large (eratic?) stone on exterior of moat on approx boundary line of Easty Park (see HUD 015) - possible boundary marker? (S1).
Further research needed.

Sources and Further Reading

[S1]SSF50006 - Unpublished document: Suffolk County Council Archaeologcial Service. Site Report. Pendleton C (SCCAS), field report and map, December 2007.

Associated Finds

  • FSF33327 - ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENT (Medieval - 1066 AD? to 1539 AD?)
Date Last Edited:Jan 2 2008 3:57PM
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