Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

Page 47 - Hamble

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Trees
Hamble. Many varieties including elm, ash, oak, beech and sycamore. Centred on map reference.     TPO 117
SU 483 065
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Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Iron Age
Fort
A promontory fort on Hamble Common comprising a strong rampart and ditch. OSA SU 40 NE 10. Ref: 1. OS 6' 1931-42. Ref: 2. PHFC 10 Pt. 1 (1926) 75. Ref: 3. Rec. 6' (O.G.S. Crawford). Ref: 4. Field Archaeology as Illustrated in Hants. (1915) p.433 (Williams-Freeman).     SU 482 060
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Roman
Coins
Bronze coin hoard found April 1968. Contained in a small grey ware pot. Part now in Chilcomb House Museum, the rest in private ownership. OSA SU 40 NE 16. Ref: (oral) Curator, Hants Museum Service.     SU 471 075
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Post Norman
Priory (site of)
St. Andrew's Priory founded before 1128 AD. No indications in the churchyard of the site but stones incorporated in the War Memorial are inscribed, 'These stones were the foundations of the old Priory situated to south of the Church'. Some R/B domestic rubbish found here. OSA SU 40 NE 8. Ref: 1. OS 6' 1931-42. Ref: 2. Religious Houses of England and Wales (1954) 102. Knowles C. Hadcock. Ref: 3. VCH Hants 2 (1903) pp.221-3.     CA
SU 481 067
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Earthwork
Probable medieval stock enclosure, sub-rectangular in shape, parts of which are beneath dense undergrowth. OSA SU 40 NE 9. Ref: Rec. 6' (O.G.S. Crawford).     SU 480 062
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