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Lead Seal Matrix

Identifier: 4112 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Vesica-shaped lead seal matrix which reads S'GALFREDI TANNER. It was donated to East Surrey Museum.

Mesolithic flint flakes, Godstone Green

Identifier: 1229 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A few flint flakes, possibly Mesolithic, have been found on Godstone Green wherever the turf has been removed. The site is on the Lower Greensand and the implements are of the type usually associa...

Bronze Age round barrow, Godstone

Identifier: 1230 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Bronze Age tumulus remains of the northern most of two barrows situated in Hilly Field to the north of Godstone Green. It stands on a natural eminence and is about 120ft east-west by 93ft north-so...

Medieval homestead moat and fishponds site north-west of Flower Wood, Godstone

Identifier: 1242 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

North-east of the Westerham Road junction in Godstone, Surrey, upon a small stream, are the remains of a homestead moat, square on plan, with two rectangular fishponds upstream of it. All are now ...

Roman cremation urns, Godstone

Identifier: 1244 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Sepulchral urns found during gravel digging in 1823. At the location are old pits long disused and overgrown. See HER 1239 for a possible identification of the finds made.

Iron Age promontory fort in Castlehill Wood

Identifier: 1249 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The monument includes a promontory fort situated on a spur which projects to the west from a sandstone hill around 1.4km to the south east of Godstone. The promontory fort's defences were construct...

“Walkingstead” deserted medieval village

Identifier: 1250 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Walkingstead, published as a district name on the Ordnance Survey 6 inch map, is mentioned as 'Walkhampstead (Godstone)' by the Victoria County History. Except for the Field System (see HER 1259),...

Mesolithic/Neolithic implements, Castle Hill, Godstone

Identifier: 1251 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Mesolithic or Neolithic implements found in the “hopfields hard” by Castle Hill near Leigh Court. No further information is known about the finds. The field previously known as the Hopgarden is...

St Nicholas’s Church, Godstone

Identifier: 1253 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

St Nicholas's Church, largely rebuilt. Norman west and south doors. Early English portions.

Probable medieval field system, Godstone

Identifier: 1259 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A quadrangular earthwork at Godstone, just north of and partly in the grounds of the rectory. The earthwork lies within and near the north-east corner of the remains of a much larger enclosure, al...