Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Woodland
Situated off Windmill Lane, this copse of mixed conifers and deciduous trees crowns Windmill Hill.     CA
SU 483 108
2607 38
Woodland
Situated south of Pyland's Land on Dodwell Farm.     TPO 160
SU 490 113
2607 33
Woodland
This area of woodland consists of a shelter-belt near farmhouse of Brixedone Farm, and lines of trees flanking both sides of Blundell Lane. Also isolated mature trees.     TPO 77
SU 493 105
2607 34
Woodland
This peripheral shelterbelt flanks Hamble Lane and the Portsmouth Road. It consists mainly of conifers, and lies in the Burlesdon Towers area.     TPO 95
SU 479 107
2607 36
Woodland
This area of woodland is situated in Greyladies. The entire area is covered by a Protection Order.     TPO 175
CA
SU 487 096
2607 35
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Ancient Chapel (site only)
C.12
Brixedone Farm, Blundell Lane. Possible site of C.12 chapel. OSA SU41 SE11. Ref: VCH Hants 3 p.283 (1908).     SU 495 102
2607 32
Ancient Boundary Stones
C.12
Brixedone Farm, Blundell Lane. Possibly the boundary mentioned in the Hamble Charter of 1150.     SU 490 101
2607 48
Early Industrial Site
C.18
Hungerford. Mounds could be early C.18 iron workings. Doswell's map of 1802 shows the foundry at 4800 0920. Now heavily overgrown. OSA SU40 NE1. Ref: PHFC 16 p.287-8 (1945) C.F. Fox.     SU 481 096
2607 30
Iron Bracelet (Find only)
Upton Lodge, Bridge Road. Found in the garden of Upton Lodge in 1940. Now In Tudor Museum, Southampton. OSA SU41 SE10. Ref: PHFC 17 p.64, (1947) N.C. Cook.     SU 490 100
2607 31
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