Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 51 - Frenchmoor

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Natural Well
Devil's Hole. A natural well hole in the chalk, seldom dry. Situated in a spinney on the southern boundary of the parish.     SU 273 275
2510 02
Pond
King John's Pond. Situated on the eastern boundary of the parish, on the line of an old trackway to the New Forest, habitat of water fowl.     SU 285 281
2510 03
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Settlement (Site)
Frenchmoor, site of deserted mediaeval village, hundred = Thorngate. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p. 494.     SU 280 280
2510 11
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Farmhouse
C.18
Pugshole Farmhouse. Brick structure, with tiled roof. Internal timbers and bread oven. Much altered.     SU 279 280
2510 10
Farmhouse
C.18
Frenchmoor Farmhouse. Brick structure with tiled roof. Major extensions using old materials and retaining character of original building.     SU 268 281
2510 01
Cottage
C.19
Frenchmoor Cottage. Brick structure with tiled roof, modern extensions.     SU 278 282
2510 09
Farm Building
Pugshole Farm. Barn or granary, timber-framed on brick base, with timber cladding. Large roof timbers, slate roof.     SU 279 280
2510 04
WelI
No. 10, Frenchmoor. Brick-lined, situated in the garden.     SU 278 282
2510 08
WelI
Situated in King John's Field. Brick with stone top course. Close to site of a cottage. Built before 1800.     SU 284 283
2510 07
WelI
Situated at Windy Ridge, Frenchmoor Lane.     SU 269 282
2510 06
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