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Dene Hole: Crewes Avenue, Warlingham

Identifier: 4001 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A cavity was found at Crewes Avenue, Warlingham, when a new soakaway for a house was being dug in September 1951. It was found at a depth of 8.5 metres and was surveyed by Caterham and Warlingham U...

Roman cremation burial group (1st century AD), Warlingham

Identifier: 732 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

An inurned Roman cremation burial group (1st century AD) was found in 1909 when trenching a garden 200 ft north of the Westerham Road, and midway between the village and the Hare and Hounds, Warlin...

Pit, possible location of a flint mine, Warlingham

Identifier: 1196 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A large pit in chalk was discovered when digging for drains for new houses in 1951. Identified as a flint mine by Hope-Taylor. There is considerable doubt as to the authenticity of this mine, but...

Two possible prehistoric hut sites, Warlingham

Identifier: 1193 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two depressions recorded as being in the grounds of Bryn Cottage, Warlingham. However, neither the owners nor the head gardener know of any depressions in the grounds, which latter became heavily ...

Human skeleton, Warlingham

Identifier: 1186 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

An extended skeleton was discovered in 1929 by a schoolboy in a field on Court Farm, Warlingham. There were no finds other than a piece of iron ore and a flint, regarded by Keith as "possibly a st...

Iron Age storage pits containing Iron Age pottery, Warlingham

Identifier: 1179 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Three probable storage pits on the north side of Whyteleafe Recreation Ground, containing Iron Age pottery were found in 1965 during the laying of a gas main. The whole area had been buried by a l...

Two Iron Age fibulae, Warlingham

Identifier: 1203 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two Iron Age "La Tere II" fibulae found at Warlingham before 1789.

All Saints’ Church, Warlingham

Identifier: 1205 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

All Saints' Church. The nave and chancel date to circa 1240-50 and incorporate traces of a 12th century building. 14th and 15th century work. South aisle added 1893.

Neolithic flint tools, Warlingham

Identifier: 1207 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Flint implements from Warlingham. A chipped and polished axe, and a scraper (nearly round) made on a core. These are in the W Wright Collection, British Museum. Two Neolithic axes (one polished,...

Possible site of hut circles, or modern gravel pits, Warlingham

Identifier: 1212 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Depressions, which may be hut circles, are visible in "several places" in Warlingham Parish (possibly stone quarries, see HER 1188). A field survey by Phillips failed to identify any depressions i...