Thesaurus Term/Concept: DOVECOTE

Identifier 68558
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A building, or part of a building, used to house doves and pigeons, usually placed at a height above the ground, with openings and provision inside for roosting and breeding.

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Instances/Examples (18)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR4746 Breadsall Priory (site of), Moor Road, Breadsall (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10741 Brook Farm, Milton, Repton (Building)
Monument Type MDR12671 Castle Farm, Castle Lane, Aldercar & Langley Mill (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR6616 Dovecote, Netherseal Old Hall (Building)
Monument Type MDR10951 Draycott Hall, Derwent Street, Draycott (Building)
Monument Type MDR5169 Fanshawgate Hall and outbuildings (Building)
Monument Type MDR4417 Former dovecote, Melbourne Hall Gardens, Blackwell Lane, Melbourne (Building)
Monument Type MDR4749 Former tithe barn, Church Lane, Morley (Monument)
Monument Type MDR6511 Grange Farm, Elmton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12174 Home Farm, Shipley Lane, Shipley Country Park, Shipley (Building)
Monument Type MDR23157 Laneside Farm, off Woodhead Road, Glossop (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR5744 Medieval or later dovecote (site of), Codnor Castle (Building)
Monument Type MDR15974 Outbuilding northwest of Babington Farmhouse, Dethick Lane, Dethick Lea & Holloway (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR23026 Pigeon Cote to rear of No. 4 Hurst Lane, Stretton (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR20273 Pigeoncote, Nether Haddon (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2615 Sharrow Hall Homestead moat & associated earthworks, Thurvaston (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4831 Site of Manor House and Possible Moated Site, Wakebridge Farm, off Leashaw, Crich (Site)
Monument Type MDR22927 Stable at Birley Hay, West of Ford, Eckington (Building)