A perforated stone hammer and several flint celts were discovered prior to 1848 by Mr Samuel Else, of Horsley Park, when making a drain below the house. The hammer was used as a 'clodding mall' for 30 years, and the celts had been given to the children for playthings. (1)
Article in serial: Kerry, C. 1888. 'Annals of Horeston and Horsley', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 10, pp 16-27. p. 27.
Personal Observation: F1 JB 10-OCT-66.
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Centred SK 38 43 (1000m by 1000m) (Approximate)
HORSLEY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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