Source/Archive record SEM6795 - The Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury

Type Article in serial
Title The Parishes of Lynton and Countisbury
Author/Originator
Date/Year 1906
Serial Title Transactions of the Devonshire Association
Volume 38
Part/Number 114-224

Abstract/Summary

Descriptions of the history of Lynton and Countisbury parishes, including some details on earthworks.

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Referenced Monuments (22)

  • Caffyns Heanton, Lynton (Place)
  • Countisbury Castle or Wind Hill Promontory Fort (Monument)
  • Croscombe Barton Farm, Lynton (Building)
  • Late prehistoric flint knife found at Furzehill (Find Spot)
  • Lee Abbey (Building)
  • Most westerly circular enclosure in the Valley of Rocks (Monument)
  • Old Burrow Roman Fortlet, Countisbury (Monument)
  • Possible Bronze Age round barrow on Cosgate Hill (Monument)
  • Possible medieval or post-medieval field system on Ilkerton Ridge (Monument)
  • Post-medieval limekiln on the east side of the River Lyn at Lynmouth (Monument)
  • Prehistoric flint arrowheads found near Hoaroak Cottage (Find Spot)
  • Prehistoric flint at Furzehill (Monument)
  • Shoulsbarrow Castle (or Shoulsbury Castle) on Shoulsbarrow Common (Monument)
  • South Furzehill Farmhouse (Building)
  • Spindle whorl at Stock Water (Find Spot)
  • St John the Baptist Chapel, Furzehill (Building)
  • St John the Evangelist Church, Countisbury (Building)
  • St Mary's Church and Churchyard, Lynton (Building)
  • The Beacon Roman Fortlet, Martinhoe (Monument)
  • Two limekilns on The Esplanade, Lynmouth (Building)
  • Undated spindle whorl at Ranscombe (Find Spot)
  • Woolhanger Manor (Building)

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Record last edited

Apr 28 2021 4:23PM