4 edition of Moated settlements in south Staffordshire found in the catalog.
Moated settlements in south Staffordshire
P. J. Larkham
|Series||Working paper series -- No.28, Working paper series (University of Birmingham. Department of Geography) -- no.28.|
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Mary Queen of Scots in Staffordshire: The Plots & the Plotters. Author:Fisher, Trevor. Number of Pages World of Books USA was founded in All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated Rating: % positive. Staffordshire (/ ˈ s t æ f ə d ˌ ʃ ɪ ə,-ʃ ə /; postal abbreviation Staffs.) is a landlocked county in the West Midlands of England. It borders Cheshire to the northwest, Derbyshire and Leicestershire to the east, Warwickshire to the southeast, West Midlands and Worcestershire to the south, and Shropshire to the west.. The largest settlement in Staffordshire is Stoke-on-Trent, which is.
Staffordshire pedigrees based on the visitation of that county Item Preview remove-circle No TOC, Texts are very light through out the book because of bad photocopy. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D External . Property details for Patshull Park. One of many properties for sale in Burnhill Green, South Staffordshire, WV6 7HY from Savills, world leading estate agents. Book a valuation. Commissioned by Sir John Astley the house replaced the original moated 13th century manor house set in a medieval deer park formerly belonging to Robert de Stafford.
Penkridge is in the district of South Staffordshire in the county of Staffordshire. It is between Stafford, five miles (8 km) to the north and Wolverhampton, ten miles south, and lies mostly on the east bank of the River many years it was commonly thought that the town derived its name from the river, but archaeological digs in to the Roman Fort and villas at Pennocrucium along the A5. Official blazon. Arms: Vert a Stag Royal's Head caboshed between the attires a Stafford Knot Or a Chief Argent fretty Gules nailed Or. Crest: On a Wreath of the Colours, out of a Garland of Laurel Leaves Or in front of an Oak Tree proper fructed Or a demi Unicorn Argent armed crined unguled and supporting a Quiver of Arrows erect Or. Supporters: On either side a Stag Royal proper the dexter.
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Larkham, P J, 'Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire' in Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire, (), 25 Simpson, J, 'The Old Stafford Society Transactions for ' in Circular Moated Site at Littywood, Nr Bradley, Stafford, () Other Darvill, T., MPP Single Monument Class Descriptions - Moats, ()Location: Littywood moated site, Bradley, Staffordshire.
Books and journals Larkham, P J, 'Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire' in Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire, (), 16 Larkham, P J, 'Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire' in Moated Settlements in South Staffordshire, (), 25 Simpson, J, 'The Old Stafford Society Transactions for ' in Circular Moated Site at.
This is a list of settlements in Staffordshire with over 5, inhabitants based on the data from the article on each settlement which in turn is taken from the and UK Censuses.
The entire population of Staffordshire is 1, Staffordshire has two cities, Stoke on Trent and Lichfield. Moated site and ancillary enclosure south west of Stafford Castle is a Scheduled Monument in Highfields & Western Downs, Staffordshire, England.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. Council, to the north, and South Staffordshire Council to the south. Archaeological and historic documentation The fifth moated site lies at Hyde Lea10 and is associated with two The seven settlements recorded in Domesday Book survive either as small.
All property taxes (rates) are collected by South Staffordshire at Codsall. School. The main school in Essington is St Johns Academy. Located on Hobnock Road, it was built in and became known as St John's Church of England School from Brownshore Pre-School Play Group is located opposite St John's Primary School on Hobnock Road.
Appendix 3: South Staffordshire HEA - Great Wyrley and Huntington 4 (the latter lying beyond the project area boundary). Moated settlements in south Staffordshire book is evidence for medieval settlement associated with both villages.
A moated site was located to the west of Walsall Road, which has been suggested as the site of a manor house belonging to William de la More in circa Moated Sites Research Group report Vol. 10 p. 31 Larkham, P.J.,Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society Vol.
24 p. Palliser, D.M.,'Staffordshire Castles: A Provisional List' Staffordshire Archaeology Vol. 1 p. Books. Salter, Mike,Castles and Moated Mansions of Staffordshire (Malvern: Folly Publications) p. 15 Lynam, Charles,'Ancient Earthworks' in Page, Wm.
(ed), VCH Staffordshire Vol. 1 p. (homestead moat) online copy Willmore, F.W.,Records of Rushall with a transcript of the old parish registers p. This is a relatively gentle and very popular walk through farmland between Wolverhampton and Essington in South Staffordshire.
The walk provides views of Wednesfield, Wolverhampton and the Black Country to the south and the Wrekin and the Clee Hills to the south west. There are no steep parts to the walk, although a fair amount of gentle uphill. Paths are well trodden and it is difficult to.
Essington is a village and civil parish in South Staffordshire, is considered by the Office for National Statistics to be part of the Wolverhampton Urban Subdivision, and is within the West Midlands conurbation. Village. The village of Essington is small and of comparatively recent build, although there are the remains of several moated farmsteads, probably of iron-age origin, on.
During the early 14th century the site, known as the Moat House at Heyhead, was in the possession of Robert Stapleton.
Nineteenth century sources indicate that at this date there was a house, the southern end of which was half-timbered, within the moated area. Description: Moated site, external dimensions 96m north-south by 76m east-west.
Books and journals Hammer, M E, 'Staffordshire Archaeology' in The Moated Sites of Staffordshire, Vol. 3, (), 32 Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of national importance.
The Patshull estate lies on the county boundary between Staffordshire and Shropshire, the greater part of the estate, including Patshull Hall, being in Staffordshire. The Hall (I) occupies an elevated site enjoying views particularly to the east and south. It is approached by several drives.
To the north, a straight drive leads from Shropshire. SST - Published Book: The Victoria History of the Counties of England. (VCH volume 5) A History of the County of Stafford, Volume V. Volume 5 - Page SST - Serial: Staffordshire Archaeology/The University of Keele.
Staffordshire Archaeology Volume 3 (). 'The Moated Sites of Staffordshire' by M.E. Hammer, page Probably a cross roads settlement until approach from east diverted around Himley Park. Age of uncertain. Note the parallel north-south lane to the west of the village centre.
Himley Hall (PRN ) is believed to occupy the site of a former medieval moated manor site (PRN ). settlements of South Staffordshire.
The South Staffordshire Landscape Character Assessment and Sensitivity Study describe and evaluate the character and sensitivities of the South Staffordshire landscape.
References to all documents can be found in Chapter. the north, west and south. To the east of the is the River Penk and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. Beyond the eastern boundary is the settlement of Acton Trussell.
The south western boundary is comprised of Long Lane and the southern boundary is made up of agricultural field boundaries, Swan Lane and a minor access road. To the north and south is land belonging to Staffordshire but to the east, land which was once in Staffordshire is now part of the West Midlands.
A significant date in the history of Codsall was when the church was extensively restored. South Staffordshire paid out a hefty £, for just seven settlements and Cannock Chase District Council paid £, in relation to eight cases.
South Staffordshire District Council in. South Staffordshire is a local government district in Staffordshire, district lies to the north and west of the West Midlands county, bordering Shropshire to the west and Worcestershire to the south.
It contains no towns of major size, and many of the settlements within the district are considered dormitory villages for Stafford, Telford, and the West Midlands conurbation.Bishton is one of the oldest settlements in Staffordshire, mentioned in the Doomsday Book as belonging to King Harold ll of Hastings fame.
Following the battle, it passed into the ownership of the Earl of Mercia, then on to the Bishops of Lichfield. During the 16th and 17th centuries it belonged to the Snede family, being the dower house for Keele.South Staffordshire is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since by Gavin Williamson, a has held many offices including Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister from untilChief Whip of the House of Commons from untilDefence Secretary before he was dismissed.
In Julyhe was appointed as Education.