Thesaurus Term/Concept: HOLY WELL

Identifier 70203
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A well or spring, possessing religious or otherwise ritualistic significance, around which a structure, such as a niche, wall or shelter, has been constructed. In the case of the water source being a natural spring, double-index with SPRING.

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Instances/Examples (11)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR5447 Hermit's Well, Dale Abbey (Monument)
Monument Type MDR15642 Holy well or trough, near Shuckstone Cross, Dethick, Lea and Holloway (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10540 Holy Well, St Werburgh's Nursing Home, Spondon, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR6060 Holy Well, Tibshelf (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4372 Holy Well, Ward's Lane, King's Newton, Melbourne (Building)
Monument Type MDR13338 Nanny's Well, Crossings Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith (Monument)
Monument Type MDR4520 St Alkmund's Well, Bath Street/Well Street, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2579 St Ann's Well, Repton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR5344 St Helen's Chapel, School and Holy Well (site of), Holywell Street, Chesterfield (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12989 St Mary's Well (site of), King Street, Bakewell (Monument)
Monument Type MDR15027 'Well Croft' well (site of), Locko Park, Dale Abbey and Stanley (Monument)