4 edition of Report on excavations at Park Hall Farm, Mapperley, (Derbyshire) found in the catalog.
Report on excavations at Park Hall Farm, Mapperley, (Derbyshire)
Alan F. Palfreyman
|Statement||by Alan F. Palfreyman.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.M413 P34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 15 p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||74857864|
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Occupied by the stackyard of Park Hall Farm and its visible remains comprise a platform measuring cm square and the water-filled east arm of the moat which is now c.8m wide. Partial excavations carried out by the Ilkeston and.
Park Hall is believed to be associated with Simon de Arderne, who received a grant of the manor of Mapperley, with fair, market and free warren, in He appears to have exceeded his rights as lord of the manor by holding a Court Leet and, in c, Park Hall was forcibly entered by Ralph de Crumwell of nearby West Hallam, who had his men.
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Report -Snowbound as we were on Thursday 20 February, Mr. Alan McCormick was member of the Society will speak about the excavations at Park Hall during the last two years.
the results of the Society ’s archaeological activities at Park Hall Farm, Mapperley and at the site of Ilkeston ’s ancient mill on the river Erewash. It is hoped. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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Wright, J., 'Excavations at Strelley Hall, Strelley' in Robinson, C. (editor), 'Archaeology in Nottinghamshire ', Transaction of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, (NOTES: A previously unknown moat, rock-cut on one side with a dry-stone revetment on the other, was discovered on the west side of the hall.
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(editor), 'Archaeology in Nottinghamshire ',(Notes: A previously unknown moat, rock-cut on one side with a dry-stone revetment on the other, was discovered on the west side of the hall.