Monument record 0446101000 - 13 CASTLE ST, AYLESBURY
- None recorded
Type and Period (1)
- CLAY PIPE KILN (17th Century - 1600 AD to 1699 AD)
CLAY PIPE FRAGMENTS FOUND DURING CONVERSION WORK IN HOUSES, CASTLE STREET. BRICK FLUE POSSIBLY, BUT NOT CERTAINLY, ASSOCIATED (B1).
MATERIAL INCLUDED WASTERS. SMALL EXCAVATION CARRIED OUT; PROBABLE STOKE HOLE OF KILN FOUND, CONTAINING PIECES OF MUFFLE (B2).
FINDSPOT- 13 CASTLE STREET (NGR) (B1).
Probably two kins, represented by brick-built flues and stokeholes, originally located outside rear wall of 17th century timber-framed building but now inside later building extensions. See report for detail (B4).
- <1>SBC4491 Verbal communication: EDMONDS A 1979(MARCH) PERS COMM TO MEF.
- <2>SBC8448 Verbal communication: MEF 1979(OCT) PERS COMM.
- <4>SBC9181 Article in serial: John Moore. 1979. 'THE REMAINS OF A SEVENTEENTH CENTURY CLAY PIPE KILN AT 13 CASTLE STREET, AYLESBURY, AND THE PIPES FROM A PROBABLE KILN SITE AT WHITEHALL STREET', I N RECS OF BUCKS 21 PP123-132. Vol 21.
|Grid reference||SP 81744 13775 (point) (Estimated from sources)|
|Civil Parish||AYLESBURY, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire|
Related Monuments/Buildings (2)
Related Events/Activities (2)
- Event - Intervention: Disturbed find during building works (EBC12085)
- Event - Intervention: Excavation (EBC11034)
Record last edited
Feb 8 2021 2:49PM