Tye Lane, Willisham, Desk-based Assessment [Site name: TYE LANE, WILLISHAM Study area: 0.6ha Investigation type: Desk-based District: Mid Suffolk Monument: BOUNDARY. Post-medieval (1540-1901), BOUNDARY. Medieval (1066-1540) Ngr: TM06005100 Parish: Willisham Postcode: IP8 4SR]

Pages:
9; figs; refs
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Published:
1997
Abstract:
An area of land which crossed part of the medieval green (Tye) in Willisham was the subject of a desk-based assessment. It was thought possible that medieval tenements might lay in the area. By studying various maps it was determined that two ditches might cross the land, one the boundary of the Tye, and the other a field boundary, shown on the 1839 Tithe map. [AIP]
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9pp, figs, refs
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Coverage:
1997

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