Monument record MDR11950 - Spittle House (site of), Woodnook Lane, Brampton
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(Elizabethan to Stuart - 1600 AD to 1630 AD)
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William Senior's map of 1630 shows Spittle House fairly precisely on the location of the present Woodnook Cottage, which may be worth investigating for an earlier building. No documentary references to Spittle House have been located, so the nature or function of the building is unknown. (1, 2)
Map: Senior, W. 1630. The Surveie of Coshall Roughford Linnaker & Newbold belonging to ye right honorable william Earle of newcastle.
Unpublished document: Garton, D & Brown, J. 1995. An Archaeological Assessment of the Land-holding around Linacre Reservoir. p 10.
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Centred SK 3456 7232 (38m by 44m)
BRAMPTON, NORTH EAST DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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Dec 11 2017 4:16PM
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