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Source/Archive record SDR19745 - Notes on various SMR entries compiled during research for the new Victoria County History

Title Notes on various SMR entries compiled during research for the new Victoria County History
Date/Year 2006




Derbyshire County Council Parish Files (Ashover, General)

Referenced Monuments (22)

  • Amber Hill Cottage, Amber Lane, Ashover (Monument)
  • Animal pound or pinfold, Milltown, Ashover (Monument)
  • Ashover Mill and head race (remains of), Butts Pasture, Ashover (Monument)
  • Brimstone Dyke Mine, Gin Lane, Ashover (Monument)
  • Brockhurst Corn Mill, Ashover (Monument)
  • Bronze Age flint material, Peasunhurst Quarry or Roach Quarry, Ashover (Find Spot)
  • Clattercotes Farm, Knotcross Road, Ashover (Monument)
  • Gregory Mine, Ravensnest Cottages, Ashover (Monument)
  • Hermitage (site of), Moorwood, Ashover, South Wingfield or Brackenfield (Monument)
  • Kelstedge Thread Mill, Kelstedge, Ashover (Monument)
  • Limekilns, Fall Hill and Hockley Quarry, Ashover (Monument)
  • Parish boundary marker, Wingerworth and Ashover (Monument)
  • Peasunhurst Quarry, Darley Road, Ashover (Monument)
  • Poorlots and Derbyshire Oaks Quarries, Allen Lane, Ashover (Monument)
  • Pork salting house (possible site of), Butts Road, Ashover (Monument)
  • Possible early lead smelting site, Slag Hills, Ashover (Monument)
  • Possible medieval deer park, Ashover, Stretton and Clay Cross (Landscape)
  • Quarry track, Slack Hill, Ashover (Monument)
  • Saint or Sir William's Well, Hill Road, Ashover (Monument)
  • Sandstone quarries, Alton, Ashover (Monument)
  • Slab wall near Bowers Mill, Whitefield Lane, Ashover (Monument)
  • Toll House, Birkin Lane, Ashover (Monument)

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Record last edited

May 28 2015 9:21AM

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