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Monument record MDR11653 - Post-medieval pottery works (site of), Staunton Lane End, Ticknall

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The garden at the cottage at Staunton Lane End contains a large number of pot wasters, many now in Derby Museum. Amongst them are a large number of Martincamp flask sherds. This property was sold by Thomas Pearston in 1711 to Robert Shevin of Ticknall, mercer. At that time Elizabeth Marriott, widow, was the occupier. In 1792 it was owned by Thomas Bucknall and sold to Josiah Robinson. Shortly after Robinson bought the property the ancient messuage, 'having been injured by fire', was taken down. The present property was built on another part of the croft. (1)

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  • <1> Bibliographic reference: Spavold, J & Brown, S. 2005. Ticknall Pots and Potters. p 53, Site 14.



Grid reference Centred SK 34820 22634 (49m by 40m)

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Record last edited

Feb 2 2011 10:39AM

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