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Tudor bricks, well and post-medieval pottery: Parkside School, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 4778 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Evaluation by SCAU in advance of expansion of the school facilities revealed that the site had been extensively landscaped. A sherd of post-medieval pottery was recovered from a layer overlying a s...

Potential Medieval Courtyard, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 266 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A potential courtyard revealed by finds of medieval tiles and pottery.

Flint Flake, Oxshott

Identifier: 249 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

An oval flake, part of one edge showing a skilled retouch; probably from Oxshott. Now in the Orrell Knowles Collection at the London Museum.

Two Neolithic Scrapers, Oxshott

Identifier: 247 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two Neolithic Scrapers, Oxshott now in Kingston Museum.

Romano-British Pottery, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 239 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Five Romano-British Pottery sherds, including two of New Forest ware. They were too small to give a clear indication of date, but their form points to the 3rd-4th century.

Alleged Roman Camp, Stoke d’ Abernon

Identifier: 94 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Alleged "small rectangular camp of Roman formation near the River Mole". However, nothing could be evidenced on aerial photographs, or during field investigation.

Stoke D’Abernon Manor House, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 96 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Stoke D'Abernon Manor House, dating from the 16th-18th century. A large brick house, rebuilt in 1757, it incorporates fragments of a 16th century E-shaped building. Roger d'Abernon either built or ...

St. Mary’s Church, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 95 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

St. Mary's Church, Stoke D'Abernon is a pre-conquest church of 7th or 8th century date. The earliest work is in the chancel and nave, which contains many Roman bricks (see HER 89) Much of the rest ...

Roman Building Material, Stoke D’Abernon

Identifier: 89 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Large quantities of Roman bricks, with their original mortar, are built into Stoke D'Abernon Church, and indicate the proximity of a Roman building, probably under the lawn of the manor house, alth...

Struck flint scraper, Midgarth, Steeles Lane, Oxshott

Identifier: 5608 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Archaeological evaluation by trial trenching for SCAU and Elmbridge Borough Council, but nothing of archaeological interest was found except one indeterminate struck flint scraper.