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Scheduled Monument record MDR3494 - Deserted medieval village, Nether Haddon and Stanton

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[SK 2305 6628] Rectilinear enclosures etc. visible on A.P's (1) In the 14th century Nether Haddon was much the larger of the two villages of Haddon mentioned in 1086. By 1431 there was only one tenant and by 1577 it had disappeared. (2) SK 230663. Village complex. (3) In the indicated area are amorphous earthworks suggesting desertion. Overlaying and adjoining these is an area of extensive surface quarrying. (4) Detailed survey of the village and surrounding field system (11) The site of the village and part of the surrounding field system has been scheduled (12)

Sources/Archives (12)

  • <1> Aerial Photograph: 1951.
  • <2> Article in serial: Wightman, W E. 1961. 'Open field agriculture in the Peak District', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 81, pp 111-125. p119.
  • <3> Article in serial: Butcher. E Mids Archaeol Bull 1962 9.
  • <4> Personal Observation: F1 BHS 24-MAY-66.
  • <5> Index: OS. SK 26 NW 31. SK 26 NW 31.
  • <6> Index: OS. SK 26 NW 28. SK 26 NW 28.
  • <7> Bibliographic reference: Beresford,G and Hurst, J.
  • <8> Article in serial: Posnansky, M. 1956. 'Note on the Presence of Prehistoric Field Systems in Derbyshire', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 76. p71.
  • <9> Aerial Photograph: 1948.
  • <10> Index: NDAT. 1578. 1578.
  • <11> Unpublished document: Bevan, B (PDNPA). 1995. Haddon Fields, Nether Haddon, Derbyshire, archaeological survey, 1995. Reports Cat. No.: 225.
  • <12> Scheduling record: English Heritage. 2002. Scheduling Notification. Mon. no. 30000.



Grid reference Centred SK 2303 6632 (422m by 378m) (Centred on)

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Sep 2 2019 3:09PM

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