Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Woodland
'The Bunney'. Access to this area of woodland, between Netley Station and Butlocks Heath is limited to footpaths.     TPO 46
SU 465 088
2617 09
Woodland
'Westwood'. Situated North of the ruins of Netiey Abbey. Access is limited to footpaths.     TPO 80
SU 455 095
2617 10
Woodland
Adjoining St Mary's Road, Netley Abbey.     TPO 81
SU 466 085
2617 11
Archaeological
Bowl Barrows (4)
Evidence only of two remain. OSA SU41 SE 8. Ref: PHFC 12 p. 72-4 and 14, p. 359.     SU 478 118
2617 14
Roman
Pottery
Tile, pottery and Samian ware found at Badnam Creek. OSA SU 40 NE 5. Ref: PHFC 2 (1890-93) p.196.     SU 480 085
2617 13
Coin Hoard
Found in 1867 in the grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital. The find is now in the Hartley Museum. OSA SU 40 NE 4. Ref: PHFC 1 Part 1 p.43.     SU 464 077
2617 12
Post Norman
Precinct Wall and Moat
Runs along the path from Victoria Road to St. Edward's Church. Only a short length of the moat remains.     SAM 5a
SU 453 088
2617 03
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Abbey Hill
Abbey
C.13
Netley Abbey. The remains of the Cistercian Abbey founded by Henry I I I in 1239. It is dedicated to St Mary, The Virgin, and St Edward the Confessor. OSA SU 40 NE 2. Ref: 1. Guide to Netley Abbey. (1952) A. Hamilton-Thompson. Ref: 2. C.13 Domestic Architecture in England (A.J. Supplement 1950) M.E. Wood.     SAM 5
CA
SU 453 090
2617 01
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