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Lime Kiln, Reigate

Identifier: 408 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The site of a 16th-19th century lime kiln.

Lime Kiln, Horley

Identifier: 404 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The site of a 16th-19th century lime kiln.

Lime Kiln, Horley

Identifier: 405 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The site of a 16th-19th century lime kiln.

Neolithic flint axe, Horley

Identifier: 872 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A partly polished, brown grey flint axe found in 1956. It was discovered in a field, near a stream. In Guildford Museum.

“Thunderfield Castle” medieval ring and bailey castle

Identifier: 873 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Thunderfield Castle, a Ring and Bailey castle generally well preserved, though the entire site is lower grown with trees and undergrowth.

Thunderfield Castle is thought to be an early 12th centu...

St Bartholemews Church, Horley

Identifier: 870 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

St Bartholomew's Church, Horley, dates mainly from the 14/15th century although it is possible that part of the north wall of the nave contains work of late Norman (12th century) date. The Church ...

Court Lodge Farm. 12th century Manor and Homestead moat

Identifier: 869 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

On the east bank of the River Mole at Horley, and south-west of Courtlodge Farm (dated 1847) are remains of a sub-rectangular homestead moat measuring overall 125m. The course of the moat is every...

Possible Homestead Moat, Scotchman’s Copse

Identifier: 866 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Within a copse named Scotchman, on the south bank of an un-named stream, are remains of a possible homestead moat, shown on the OS map of 1913 but not described. The south and west arms only remai...

British burial urns, Horley

Identifier: 867 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Late Iron Age sepulchral urn found south of Horley station and to the north of Holyland Farm (Horleyland) when the railway line was being laid in 1839-40.

See also HER 2460 and 2461.

Neolithic flint knife, Reigate

Identifier: 859 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Neolithic plano-convex knife of mottled brown flint, 82mm long, presented to Reigate Museum by a member of the Holmesdale Natural History Club. Knife found to south of New Pond Farm, on south side...