Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 49 - Appleshaw

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Tree
An oak south-west of Yonder Dene.     SU 309 488
1703 28
Trees
Barncroft. Several trees of different species, including silver birch, larch and lawson cypress, in and around the properties at Barncroft.     T.P.O. No. 832
SU 305 482
1703 42
Sarsen Stone No. 4A
Track junction, County Boundary. Sarsens are a certain type of hard sandstone boulder; they vary in size, shade and colour and occur in all situations. Their geological origins are uncertain. The stones were used in the building of prehistoric monuments such as Stonehenge and Avebury, and for the construction of chambered long barrows. They also served as boundary markers. Ref: 1. The Kennet Valley Sarsen Industry, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine, No. 63 (1968), pp.83-93. Ref: 2. P.H.F.C., Vol. 2, Nos. 9 and 10, p.116.     SU 316 499
1703 33
Sarsen Stone No. 4B
Close to county boundary.     SU 302 507
1703 32
Sarsen Stone No. 4C
Beside The Thatch.     SU 305 485
1703 31
Sarsen Stone No. 4D
Located at crossroads.     SU 318 488
1703 37
Sarsen Stone No. 4E
Vicarage Garden. Moved from Orchard Farm.     SU 308 487
1703 36
Sarsen Stone No. 4F
Beside barn, opposite church.     SU 303 490
1703 35
Sarsen Stone No. 4G
North of village. In situ, reburied.     SU 302 492
1703 34
Sarsen Stone No. 4H
Lane side.     SU 300 492
1703 40
Sarsen Stone No. 41
Road verge beside Redthorn. Barncroft.     SU 303 489
1703 39
Sarsen Stones (2) No. 4K
In garden of Buryford     SU 302 468
1703 38
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