In the village of Staden are the ruins of a large building, probably that where Richard de Staden resided, in the reign of Richard II. (1)
Situated at SK 0737 7227 is a stone cottage (without name) built into the remains of a larger and older house [see SMR 8828]. Stone mullions, unbroken stone hood moulding, and a broad plinth course of undressed stone show the earlier building to have been medieval; protruding stone joisting tenons indicate an original greater extent. See G.Ps AO/66/12/6.8. (2)
This is probably the "ruins" of authority 1. The aerial photograph markings in both instances, indicate early quarrying. (3)
Bibliographic reference: Jewitt, A. 1811. History of Buxton. p 82.
Personal Observation: F1 FC 03-FEB-66.
Personal Observation: Colquhoun, F I. 1966. Pers. Comm..
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Centred SK 0736 7227 (14m by 12m) (Centre)
KING STERNDALE, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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