Monument record 0228900000 - PASTURE FARM, DINTON

Summary

Possible wall footings of a medieval to post-medieval great house seen in field survey

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Earthworks of shrunken Medieval village and manors at Upton
  • SHINE: Upton deserted medieval village earthworks with manor site, fishponds and associated ridge and furrow cultivation earthworks

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • GREAT HOUSE? (Medieval to Post-Medieval - 1066 AD to 1798 AD)

Description

Dimensions - Length 0070 m Width 0070
Plan Form - RECTANGULAR
FEATURE ENCLOSED ON E BY HOLLOW WAY & S BY 3 FISHPONDS(?) SEEN ON A/P'S. FIELD VISIT: LOOKS LIKE WALL FOOTINGS(?) OF GREAT HOUSE (FOR WHICH THERE IS NO OBVIOUS EVIDENCE. WHOLE COMPLEX OF FEATURES LOOKS OUT OF PROPORTION TO EXTANT BUILDING & COULD BE GARDENS OF LARGER DEMOLISHED HOUSE (NB CASS 002288) (B1).
Aerial photogaphs taken in 1996 show that the site is more extensive than previously thought and there are indications of additonal buildings (B3).

Sources (6)

  • ---SBC17298 Aerial Photograph: 01/04/76. BCM A1/7/23. SP\773112. Yes.
  • ---SBC17340 Aerial Photograph: 15/07/86. BCM A11/3/18. SP\772109. Yes.
  • ---SBC17713 Aerial Photograph: 18/03/66. CUC ANG 53. SP\770110. Yes.
  • <1>SBC6543 Bibliographic reference: HURMAN MRS B,PARMINTER MRS Y & FARLEY M E,MAY 1975 & ST JOSEPH'S A/P'S.
  • <2>SBC10628 Unpublished document: Ordnance Survey Field Investigator. OS RECORD CARD.
  • <3>SBC19883 Aerial Photograph: Mike Farley. 1996. A25/27/13 - Blommer and Upton. SP7730 1100. Yes.

Location

Grid reference SP 77170 11030 (point)
Civil Parish DINTON-WITH-FORD AND UPTON, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (3)

Related Events/Activities (3)

  • Event - Survey: (EBC13545)
  • Event - Survey: (EBC13974)
  • Event - Survey: (EBC14402)

Record last edited

Apr 23 2020 8:36AM

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