Hampshire Treasures

Volume 9 ( Test Valley South)

Page 146 - Romsey Extra

Previous page (Volume 9, Page 145) Previous page (Volume 9, Page 145) Next page (Volume 9, Page 147) Next page (Volume 9, Page 147)

Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Maglemosian Horn
The Romsey Horn (Deer Tine) found 1931 buried at the foot of Greenhill. 8 inches in length with chevron markings. One of only two examples of this type of Maglemosian art found in the country. Now in the British Museum. May be pre-Neolithic. O.S.A No. SU32 SW11. Ref: 1. The Mesolithic Settlement of Northern Europe (Clark), pp.100, 162, 175, 236, 249. Ref: 2. British Museum Quarterly 8, 1934, (Smith).     SU 342 209
2524 35
Saxon
Pottery and Animal Bones
Found in disused gravel pit north of St. Boniface Church, Nursling. Site now under grass. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE 12. Ref: A Short History of Nursling, 1948 (Crawford).     SU 359 169
2524 33
Post Norman
Moat and Fishponds
Moorcourt. A broad ditch shaped as a rectangle, one side being formed by an existing stream. The two fishponds on the western side are now dry depressions.     S.A.M. No. 536
SU 342 170
2524 38
Ancient Site
Lee. Possible site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE7. Ref: V.C. H., Vol. 4., p.p.452, 460.     SU 360 179
2524 43
Ancient Site
Stanbridge Earls. Site of deserted moated hamlet. O.S.A. No. SU32 SW6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, pp.452, 457-8.     SU 338 232
2524 42
Ancient Site
Skidmore Farm. Possible site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. SU31 N E24. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4., p.460.     SU 356 180
2524 41
Ancient Site
Roke. Site of deserted hamlet. O.S.A. SU32 SW14 Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4., p.460.     SU 337 227
2524 40
Bridge (Site)
West of Broadlands Farm. Probable site of Waldyngbrigge. Mentioned 1558 and 1686 but removed in 1760. O.S.A. No. SU31 NE39. Ref: Records of Romsey Abbey, 1906, p.205.     SU 352 196
2524 34
Previous page (Volume 9, Page 145) Previous page (Volume 9, Page 145) Next page (Volume 9, Page 147) Next page (Volume 9, Page 147)