PILLOW MOUNDS October 2008

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Pillow mounds were artificial rabbit warrens. They are thought to date from the late medieval period, when rabbits were far more precious than they are today. pillow mounds.

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Isle of Wight History Centre



Isle of Wight Historic Environment Record

Isle of Wight County Archaeology and Historic Environment Service

29/09/2008


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1043 Ashey Down.
1044 Ashey Down.
1045 Ashey Down.
1046 Ashey Down.
1047 Ashey Down.
2103 North of Rowdown Copse
2104 North of Rowdown Copse
2105 North of Rowdown Copse
2516 Knighton Down
2518 Knighton Down
6212 Ashey Down

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 1043
Name: Ashey Down.
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5785 8766 (point) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound
Description: Six paces in diameter and a foot high. May be recent.
[Grinsell, L.V. and Sherwin, G.A. 1940. 'Isle of Wight barrows', Proc. Isle Wight Nat. Hist. Archaeol. Soc. 3, 208-9]
Either this mound or nearby one (PRN 1044) was excavated by B. Barrow in 1853. Nothing found.
[JBAA 10 (1854) 164, map (Barrow).]
A 'pillow-mound' 7.0m long and 4.5m wide, 0.6m high, with a ditch not visible along the east side, 1.0m wide and 0.1m deep where it is visible. The mound is slightly mutilated at its south corner and the west ditch has been trodden down by cattle.
[Ordnance Survey Field Investigator 1955.]
On unploughed downland but somewhat damaged by cattle.
[Basford, H.V. 1980. 'The Vectis Report. A survey of Isle of Wight Archaeology', Isle of Wight County Council, p.149.]
Scheduling notified 13-11-1995 as no. SM22057.
[English Heritage letter MPP23/ AA 63418/1 5 January 1996]
This barrow is believed to be No.7 on Benjamin Barrow's plan.
[D.L. Motkin, 30 October 1996.]
The monument includes two of a group of five pillow mounds on the mid-slope of an east facing hillside on the central upper chalk ridge of the Isle of Wight. The pillow mounds in this scheduling are aligned NNE-SSW and have mounds which measure 7.5m and 20m long and are 6m and 7m wide. Each mound is 0.6m high, and has a ditch on its north west side from which material was quarried during its construction. These ditches have become largely infilled over the years, The ditch of the northern mound can no longer be seen at ground level, but survives as a buried feature; the ditch of the southern mound can be seen. Both are 1m wide.
One of the mounds was partially excavated by B Barrow in 1853. Drewett identified a medieval enclosure in 1969 in the south east corner of Ashey Down which encompassed the five pillow mounds. Near the centre of the enclosure was a small copse in which were the remains of a post medieval farm building. The bricks and tiles indicated a 17th-18th century structure. This was demolished in 1769. Pottery finds suggest that this site may have had medieval origins.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…Despite one of the mounds having been partially excavated, the two pillow mounds 400m ENE of the sea mark are integral to the understanding of land use on Ashey Down on the medieval period and will contain archaeological remains and environmental evidence relating to the monument and the landscape in which it was constructed.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down
National Monument no: 22057
Two pillow mounds scheduled under same number.
Nice grass cover over both mounds. A little rabbit damage on the most southerly mound. No scrub on either mound. The more northerly mound has a little more rabbit damage, cow and horse printts too. Both in stable, good condition.
[Field visit Ruth Waller and Alison James (EH FMW) re. Section 17 visit, 22 February 2005]

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Number Reference
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 1996. Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down: National Monument no.22057.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 22057 Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
OS 21L
Sites & Monuments Record 1043
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 1044
Name: Ashey Down.
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5784 8763 (point) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound
Description: Oblong mound, probably a pillow mound. Found by authors.
[Grinsell, L.V. and Sherwin, G.A. 1940. 'Isle of Wight barrows', Proc. Isle Wight Nat. Hist. Archaeol. Soc. 3, 208-9]
Either this mound or nearby one (PRN 1043) was excavated by B. Barrow in 1853. Nothing found.
[JBAA 10 (1854) 164, map (Barrow).]
A 'pillow-mound' 19.5m long and 7m wide, 0.6m high, with a ditch on the north, west and south sides, a metre 1.0m wide and 0. 2m deep. Not apparently mutilated.
[Ordnance Survey Field Investigator 1955.]
On unploughed downland but somewhat damaged by cattle (one of 4 pillow mounds and 1 probable pillow mound).
[Basford, H.V. 1980. 'The Vectis Report. A survey of Isle of Wight Archaeology', Isle of Wight County Council, p.149.]
Scheduling notified 13-11-1995 as national number 22057.
[English Heritage letter MPP22/ AA 63418/1 5 January 1996.]
The monument includes two of a group of five pillow mounds on the mid-slope of an east facing hillside on the central upper chalk ridge of the Isle of Wight. The pillow mounds in this scheduling are aligned NNE-SSW and have mounds which measure 7.5m and 20m long and are 6m and 7m wide. Each mound is 0.6m high, and has a ditch on its north west side from which material was quarried during its construction. These ditches have become largely infilled over the years, The ditch of the northern mound can no longer be seen at ground level, but survives as a buried feature; the ditch of the southern mound can be seen. Both are 1m wide.
One of the mounds was partially excavated by B Barrow in 1853. Drewett identified a medieval enclosure in 1969 in the south east corner of Ashey Down which encompassed the five pillow mounds. Near the centre of the enclosure was a small copse in which were the remains of a post medieval farm building. The bricks and tiles indicated a 17th-18th century structure. This was demolished in 1769. Pottery finds suggest that this site may have had medieval origins.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…Despite one of the mounds having been partially excavated, the two pillow mounds 400m ENE of the sea mark are integral to the understanding of land use on Ashey Down on the medieval period and will contain archaeological remains and environmental evidence relating to the monument and the landscape in which it was constructed.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down
National Monument no: 22057
Two pillow mounds scheduled under same number.
Nice grass cover over both mounds. A little rabbit damage on the most southerly mound. No scrub on either mound. The more northerly mound has a little more rabbit damage, cow and horse prints too. Both in stable, good condition.
[Field visit Ruth Waller and Alison James (EH FMW) re. Section 17 visit, 22 February 2005]

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Number Reference
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 1996. Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down: National Monument no.22057.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 22057 Two pillow mounds 400m ENE of sea mark on Ashey Down

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
OS 21m
Sites & Monuments Record 1044
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 1045
Name: Ashey Down.
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5795 8775 (point) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound
Description: Pillow mound, averaging 8.0m square, 0.4m high with ditch a metre wide, and 0.2m deep on all but the east and south (i.e downhill) sides.
[Ordnance Survey Field Investigator 1955]
On unploughed downland but somewhat damaged by cattle (one of 4 pillow mounds and 1 probable pillow mound).
[Basford, H.V. 1980. 'The Vectis Report. A survey of Isle of Wight Archaeology, Isle of Wight County Council, p.149.]
Previously SAM IW23k. Scheduling revised 20-11-1995 with new national number 22058.
[English Heritage letter MPP23/ AA 63419/1 5 January 1996]
The monument includes three of a group of five pillow mounds on the mid-slope of an east facing hillside on the central upper chalk ridge of the Isle of Wight.
The pillow mounds in this scheduling are closely grouped and have mounds which measure between 8.7m and 10m long and are between 4.5m and 9m wide. The mounds very in height between 0.25m and 0.5m. Each mound has a ditch on at least one side from which material was quarried during its construction. These ditches have become infilled over the years and only the ditch of one of the mounds can be seen at ground level. The ditches of the other mounds survive as buried features c 1m wide.
In 1969 Drewett identified, in the south east corner of Ashey Down, a medieval enclosure which encompassed the five pillow mounds. Near the centre of the enclosure was a small copse in which were the remains of a post-medieval farm building. The bricks and tiles indicated a 17th-18th century structure. This was demolished in 1769. Pottery finds suggest that this site may have had medieval origins.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…The pillow mounds 540m north east of the sea mark survive well and are integral to the understanding of land use on Ashey Down in the medieval period. They will contain archaeological remains and environmental evidence relating to the Bronze Age round barrow cemetery and the landscape in which it was constructed.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down
National Monument no: 22058

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Number Reference
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 1996. Three pillow mounds 540m north eas of sea mark on Ashey Down: National Monument no.22058.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 22058 Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
OS 21n
Sites & Monuments Record 1045
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 1046
Name: Ashey Down.
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5796 8775 (point) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound
Description: Pillow mound, averaging 8.0m square, 0.4m high with ditch one metre wide and 0. 2m deep on all but east and south (i.e downhill) sides.. This and the other 3 mounds (PRN 1043, 1044, 1045) all exhibit constructional similarities and recognised characteristics of 'pillow mounds'. Each has a ditch with sharply cut right angled corners and a mound with rounded corners. None shows much evidence of use by rabbits.
[Ordnance Survey Field Investigator 1955]
On unploughed downland but somewhat damaged by cattle.
[Basford, H.V. 1980. 'The Vectis Report. A survey of Isle of Wight Archaeology, Isle of Wight County Council, p.149]
Previously SAM IW23(l?). Scheduling revised 20-11-1995 with new national number 22058.
[English Heritage letter MPP23/ AA 63419/1 5 January 1996]
The monument includes three of a group of five pillow mounds on the mid-slope of an east facing hillside on the central upper chalk ridge of the Isle of Wight.
The pillow mounds in this scheduling are closely grouped and have mounds which measure between 8.7m and 10m long and are between 4.5m and 9m wide. The mounds very in height between 0.25m and 0.5m. Each mound has a ditch on at least one side from which material was quarried during its construction. These ditches have become infilled over the years and only the ditch of one of the mounds can be seen at ground level. The ditches of the other mounds survive as buried features c 1m wide.
In 1969 Drewett identified, in the south east corner of Ashey Down, a medieval enclosure which encompassed the five pillow mounds. Near the centre of the enclosure was a small copse in which were the remains of a post-medieval farm building. The bricks and tiles indicated a 17th-18th century structure. This was demolished in 1769. Pottery finds suggest that this site may have had medieval origins.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…The pillow mounds 540m north east of the sea mark survive well and are integral to the understanding of land use on Ashey Down in the medieval period. They will contain archaeological remains and environmental evidence relating to the Bronze Age round barrow cemetery and the landscape in which it was constructed.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down
National Monument no: 22058

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Number Reference
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 1996. Three pillow mounds 540m north eas of sea mark on Ashey Down: National Monument no.22058.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 22058 Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
OS 21p
Sites & Monuments Record 1046
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 1047
Name: Ashey Down.
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5795 8774 (point) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound
Description: An apparent bank and ditch, the bank 4.0m wide, 12.5m long and 0.4m high, the south west ditch 2.0m wide and 0.2m deep. It is most probable that this is a pillow mound but it cannot be so readily identified as (PRN 1043- 1046), the length being longer in relation to its width and the ditch rather larger than normal.
[Ordnance Survey Field Investigator 1955]
On unploughed downland but somewhat damaged by cattle (general comment on Ashey Down pillow mounds - this particular mound is in poor condition - turf has been stripped off in places and mound reduced).).
[Basford, H.V. 1980. 'The Vectis Report. A survey of Isle of Wight Archaeology, Isle of Wight County Council, p.149]
Field visit, Vicky Basford. 18/4/77.
This mound, according to OS survey plan. (SZ58NE21) is linked by a common ditch to PRN 1045 which is scheduled site (IW 23K). On the scheduling map PRN 1045 is depicted as a rounded mound but PRN 1047 is not shown.
[Vicky Basford 24.9.81.]
Previously SAM IW23k. Scheduling revised 20-11-1995 with new national number 22058.
[English Heritage letter MPP23/ AA 63419/1 5 January 1996]
The monument includes three of a group of five pillow mounds on the mid-slope of an east facing hillside on the central upper chalk ridge of the Isle of Wight.
The pillow mounds in this scheduling are closely grouped and have mounds which measure between 8.7m and 10m long and are between 4.5m and 9m wide. The mounds very in height between 0.25m and 0.5m. Each mound has a ditch on at least one side from which material was quarried during its construction. These ditches have become infilled over the years and only the ditch of one of the mounds can be seen at ground level. The ditches of the other mounds survive as buried features c 1m wide.
In 1969 Drewett identified, in the south east corner of Ashey Down, a medieval enclosure which encompassed the five pillow mounds. Near the centre of the enclosure was a small copse in which were the remains of a post-medieval farm building. The bricks and tiles indicated a 17th-18th century structure. This was demolished in 1769. Pottery finds suggest that this site may have had medieval origins.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…The pillow mounds 540m north east of the sea mark survive well and are integral to the understanding of land use on Ashey Down in the medieval period. They will contain archaeological remains and environmental evidence relating to the Bronze Age round barrow cemetery and the landscape in which it was constructed.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down
National Monument no: 22058

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Number Reference
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 1996. Three pillow mounds 540m north eas of sea mark on Ashey Down: National Monument no.22058.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 22058 Three pillow mounds 540m north east of sea mark on Ashey Down

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
OS 21r
Sites & Monuments Record 1047
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 2103
Name: North of Rowdown Copse
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5870 8681 (point) Google map
Summary:
Description: Low rectangular earthwork
[F. Basford, AP evidence, 3.9.1990]
Rectangular earthwork, 14.0m long, 6.5m wide, 0.8m high at SZ 58704 86814 - position at centre measured using GPS.
[Field visit, F. Basford, 27.11.1998.]
Scheduled under national number 33954 (with PRNs 2104 and 2105)
[Letter from English Heritage, Ref MPP 22/AA 64355/1, 13th November 2000]
The monument, which lies within two areas of protection, includes three pillow mounds spread over a distance of 150m on the south facing slope of a chalk ridge which form the remains of a small unenclosed rabbit warren of medieval or post medieval date.
The mounds are rectangular in plan and vary between 12.5m and 15m in length, 4.5m to 6m in width and 0.5m to 0.8m in height, with their long axes orientated roughly east to west. The western mound is further up the slope than the central and eastern mounds which are connected by a sinuous V-shaped ditch 1.5m in width, 0.5m in depth and 70m in length, probably representing a drainage feature.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…The remains of the three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm survive well as a series of earthworks and buried deposits. The mounds appear to have remained undisturbed since their abandonment and the survival of archaeological deposits relating to their construction and use is likely to be good.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm
National Monument no: 33954

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<1> Aerial Photograph: Motkin, D.. 22.1.1989. 89B2-05.
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 2000. Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm.
Aerial Photograph: Motkin, D.. 22.1.1989. 89B2-07.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Brading, Isle of Wight

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Scheduled Monument 33954 Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Sites & Monuments Record 2103
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 2104
Name: North of Rowdown Copse
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5862 8682 (point) Google map
Summary:
Description: Low rectangular earthwork
[F. Basford, AP evidence, 3.9.1990]
Rectangular earthwork 12.5m long, 6.0m wide, 0.6m high at SZ 58626 86825 - position at centre measured using GPS.
[Field visit, F. Basford, 27.11.1998.]
Scheduled under national number 33954 (with PRNs 2103 and 2105)
[Letter from English Heritage, Ref MPP 22/AA 64355/1, 13th November 2000]
The monument, which lies within two areas of protection, includes three pillow mounds spread over a distance of 150m on the south facing slope of a chalk ridge which form the remains of a small unenclosed rabbit warren of medieval or post medieval date.
The mounds are rectangular in plan and vary between 12.5m and 15m in length, 4.5m to 6m in width and 0.5m to 0.8m in height, with their long axes orientated roughly east to west. The western mound is further up the slope than the central and eastern mounds which are connected by a sinuous V-shaped ditch 1.5m in width, 0.5m in depth and 70m in length, probably representing a drainage feature.
ASSESSMENT OF IMPORTANCE
…The remains of the three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm survive well as a series of earthworks and buried deposits. The mounds appear to have remained undisturbed since their abandonment and the survival of archaeological deposits relating to their construction and use is likely to be good.
[Entry in the Schedule of Monuments compiled and maintained by the Secretary of State for the Environment under Section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 as amended.]
Monument: Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm
National Monument no: 33954

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Number Reference
<1> Aerial Photograph: Motkin, D.. 22.1.1989. 89B2-05.
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 2000. Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm.
Aerial Photograph: Motkin, D.. 22.1.1989. 89B2-07.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Brading, Isle of Wight

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Scheduled Monument 33954 Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm

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Sites & Monuments Record 2104
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 2105
Name: North of Rowdown Copse
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5856 8686 (point) Google map
Summary:
Description: Low rectangular earthwork
[F. Basford, AP evidence, 3.9.1990]
Rectangular earthwork 15m long, 4.5m wide, 0.5m high at SZ 58564 86860 - position at centre measured using GPS
[Field visit, F. Basford, 27.11.1998.]
Scheduled under national number 33954 (with PRNs 2103 and 2104)
[Letter from English Heritage, Ref MPP 22/AA 64355/1, 13th November 2000]

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Number Reference
<1> Aerial Photograph: Motkin, D.. 22.1.1989. 89B2-07.
Scheduling record: English Heritage. 2000. Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm.

Location - Administrative Areas

Civil Parish Brading, Isle of Wight

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Scheduled Monument 33954 Three pillow mounds 810m NNE of Kern Farm

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Type/Grade Reference/Title
Sites & Monuments Record 2105
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 2516
Name: Knighton Down
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5669 8720 (point) Google map
Summary:
Description: Mound 12m long, 6m wide, 1.5m high.
[Field visit, F. Basford, 29-3-1997.]

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Civil Parish Newchurch, Isle of Wight

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Sites & Monuments Record 2516
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ID (Preferred Ref.): 2518
Name: Knighton Down
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 5660 8723 (point) Google map
Summary:
Description: Sub rectangular mound, 11m long, 6m wide, 1m high - possible pillow mound
[Field visit, F. Basford, 29-3-1997.]

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Civil Parish Newchurch, Isle of Wight

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Sites & Monuments Record 2518
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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ID (Preferred Ref.): 6212
Name: Ashey Down
Map Sheet: SZ58NE
Grid Reference: SZ 57432 87832 (point) (GPS derived) Google map
Summary: Pillow mound on north side of Ashey Down
Description: Small pillow mound, c 3m x 2m noted adjacent to edge of quarry on north side of Ashey Down.
[Field visit Frank Basford, 26 August 2007]

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Civil Parish Havenstreet and Ashey

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Sites & Monuments Record 6212
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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