Landscape record 0633900000 - Open Fields, North Marston

Summary

Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • Planning Notification Area: Ridge and furrow of medieval to post-medieval open field system in North Marston parish
  • SHINE: Earthworks in North Marston parish and 3 fields in Oving parish of surviving ridge and furrow cultivation
  • SHINE: North Marston parish medieval ridge and furrow earthworks
  • SHINE: North Marston parish medieval ridge and furrow earthworks and two associated windmill mounds, W of Manor Farm

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • OPEN FIELD (Enclosed 1778, 11th Century to 18th Century - 1000 AD to 1799 AD)

Description

Block(s) of surviving ridge and furrow of the parish of North Marston, enclosed 1778. Total acreage (1995): 45% survival - 887 acres; (1999): 40% survival - 792 acres. Assessment made for the Monuments Protection Programme (MPP), (further details of documentary and cartographic sources) (B1-2).

Sources (4)

  • ---SBC19218 Aerial Photograph: Cambridge University Committee for Aeriel Photography. 1999. North Marston MPP Open Fields Project. SP775225.
  • <1>SBC19212 Unpublished document: David Hall. 1994-99. Draft MPP Documentation for Midlands Open Fields Project.
  • <2>SBC19211 Bibliographic reference: David Hall. 2001. Turning The Plough.
  • <2>SBC24910 Bibliographic reference: Gloucestershire County Council. 2012. Turning The Plough Update Assessment 2012.

Location

Grid reference SP 775 225 (point)
Civil Parish NORTH MARSTON, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Survey: Aeriel Photography for MPP Open Fields Project (EBC15776)

Record last edited

Oct 10 2019 12:13PM

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