Monument record 0689900000 - 4 South Street, Wendover


Medieval & post-medieval features found during evaluation trial trenching.

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded


Type and Period (4)

  • PIT? (15th Century - 1400 AD? to 1499 AD?)
  • BOUNDARY DITCH? (17th Century - 1600 AD? to 1699 AD?)
  • RUBBISH PIT (17th Century to 18th Century - 1600 AD? to 1799 AD?)
  • CESS PIT (17th Century to 18th Century - 1600 AD to 1799 AD)


In December 2002 Oxford Archaeology carried out a field evaluation at 4 South Street. It revealed a pit of probable 15th century date, a post medieval property boundary or garden ditch and several post medieval domestic rubbish pits (B1).
Historic maps show the site as backlands to properties fronting Pound Street in 1620, with buildings fronting onto South Street on the site by 1768. Traces of possible buildings platforms of these 2 buildings survivied as slight earthworks on the site (B2).

Sources (2)

  • <1>SBC19999 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeology. 2003. 4 South Street, Wendover: Archaeological Evaluation Report.
  • <2>SBC20000 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeology. 2002. Land in Pound Street and South Street, Wendover: Archaeological Desktop Assessment.


Grid reference SP 86754 07694 (point)
Civil Parish WENDOVER, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (7)

  • SHERD (13th Century to 14th Century - 1200 AD? to 1399 AD?)
  • SHERD (15th Century - 1400 AD to 1499 AD)
  • SHERD (17th Century to 18th Century - 1650 AD to 1750 AD)
  • BOTTLE (17th Century to 18th Century - 1600 AD to 1799 AD)
  • CLAY PIPE (SMOKING) (17th Century to 18th Century - 1600 AD to 1799 AD)
  • ANIMAL REMAINS (Post-Medieval - 1540 AD to 1798 AD)
  • ROOF TILE (Post-Medieval - 1540 AD to 1798 AD)

Related Monuments/Buildings (0)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Intervention: Evaluation trial trenching (Ref: WESS 02) (EBC16260)

Record last edited

Jan 25 2022 11:36AM

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