Monument record HNS 009 - Mound and round barrow of unknown date.
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 0970 4353 (51m by 50m)|
|Civil Parish||HINTLESHAM, BABERGH, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
According to a monthly serial on Hintleshams history written for the church magazine in 1920/1921 by Miss Deane, the chiefs (sic) of the early British encampment (sic)(HNS 010) `are buried under the old oak growing on the tumulus at the head of Brick Kiln Lane' (S1)(R1).
The oak tree still stands `on a bump - & Hintlesham lore has it that soldiers are buried beneath it' (S1).
Location marked on HER map after small mound with tree shown on 6 inch map (S2) and after description of location in (S1).
- <S1> SSF10615 (No record type): Lorford, A.. Lorford Mrs A, letter to SAU, 1990.
- <M1> SSF50072 Unpublished document: Suffolk Archaeological Service. Parish file. (S1).
- <R1> SSF7502 (No record type): Hintlesham Church Magazine, 1920/1921.
- <S2> SSF12917 (No record type): OS, 6 inch map, TM 04 SE, circa 1958.
- None recorded
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Record last edited
Jul 7 2019 5:37PM