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Neolithic Leaf Arrowhead

Identifier: 4113 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Neolithic, leaf arrowhead.

Late medieval/16th Century Cauldron Leg

Identifier: 4114 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Late medieval/16th century cauldron leg.

Late medieval Purse Hanger

Identifier: 4115 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Late medieval purse hanger.

Hearthstone Mine, Brockham

Identifier: 203 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The first documentary evidence for mining at Brockham comes from 1879. The mine was abandoned in 1898, but re-opened in 1904, to be finally closed in 1925.

6th Century Coin, Brockham

Identifier: 73 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A small gold Merovingian coin, found in a garden at Brockham. The coin was struck at Metz and dates from the last quarter of the 6th Century AD.

Moat House Farm homestead moat, Betchworth

Identifier: 830 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Moat House Farm, fragments of a homestead moat.

Fragment of a moat are shown on the OS map of 1910s but not described at Moathouse Farm.

The last remaining portions of this moat have been filled...

St Michaels Church, Betchworth

Identifier: 832 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The church of St Michael, Betchworth. A church here is mentioned in Domesday and a capital or base of a pre-Conquest shaft is built into a modern window. A re-built arch in the tower is circa 108...

Palaeolith, Betchworth

Identifier: 834 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Palaeolithic flint tool found west by north of Betchworth church (HER 832).

Quern and Roman sherds, Betchworth

Identifier: 840 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Quern and Roman sherds from Betchworth. These finds are recorded as being in Epsom College Museum, however these finds were not at Epsom College when the college was visited in 1965 and nothing is...

Betchworth Fort: 19th century London mobilisation centre

Identifier: 1008 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Betchworth Mobilization centre or Fort, erected circa 1800 as part of a London Defence Scheme. The fort buildings are occupied as a private residence. The earthworks are overgrown and tree-covered.