Monument record 0223500000 - TRAM HILL, BRILL

Summary

Post-medieval to nineteenth century pottery kiln found in partial excavation

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • POTTERY KILN (Post-Medieval to 19th Century - 1540 AD to 1899 AD)

Description

KILN, EXPOSED IN FOOTINGS. TRENCH OF NEW HOUSE. ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDINGS KNOWN AS THE CLAYSHEDS, DEMOLISHED BY THE TIME OF THE SITE VISIT. NEARBY WAS A POSSIBLE SECOND KILN & A BARREL-VAULTED STRUCTURE. IN THE FOOTINGS TRENCH WERE ALSO 2 BURNT HOLLOWS (KILNS OR STOKE HOLES) WITH C17th POTTERY (B4)
During extension to house in 2006 an archaeological excavation and watching brief uncovered more of the 19th century potting shed found in 1975 (B6).

Sources (6)

  • <1>SBC15319 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 2 P115.
  • <2>SBC1523 Unpublished document: Buckinghamshire County Museum. BCM LOANS REGISTER.
  • <3>SBC4842 Verbal communication: FARLEY M E (BCM) FEB 1975 PERS COMM (SEE FILE; NB- MOST NOTES ETC FILED WITH CAS 2129) ALSO SEE REC.
  • <4>SBC4915 Article in serial: M E Farley. 1979. 'POTTERY & POTTERY KILNS OF THE POST-MEDIEVAL PERIOD AT BRILL', IN POST-MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY 13 pp127-152.
  • <5>SBC2087 Bibliographic reference: BUCKS RECORDS SOCIETY 1985 22 P72 (BECKETT, IFW; B UCKINGHAMSHIRE POSSE COMMITATUS 1798).
  • <6>SBC22919 Unpublished document: Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd. 2007. Archaeological excavation and watching brief: 75 Temple Street,Brill. p 19.

Location

Grid reference SP 65590 14230 (point)
Civil Parish BRILL, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (6)

Related Events/Activities (2)

  • Event - Survey: (EBC10377)
  • Event - Intervention: Excavation and watching brief (Ref: BTS800) (EBC16846)

Record last edited

May 9 2011 5:15PM

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