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PastScape link: http://www.pastscape.org.uk/hob.aspx?hob_id=23566

You can find the location of these various archeological sites by entering the grid reference in the pink box in the top left of the Ordnance Survey Getamap site.

Link: Ordnance Survey


Listed Buildings


Willow Bridge over Clow Beck

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

List Entry Number: 1179792

Details

NEWTON MORRELL JOLBY LANE
Grade: II
Date first listed: 29-Jan-1988
NZ 21 SW
(north side, off)
4/58 Willow Bridge over Clow Beck

Disused road bridge. Probably late C18, widened upstream early-mid C19. Rusticated ashlar and coursed rubble red sandstone. Single segmental arch, of ashlar and with even voussoirs and slab hoodmould on downstream side, rusticated ashlar on upstream side. On both sides, C19 battered buttresses flanking abutments, all in rusticated ashlar. Band below parapet, which is built in narrower courses. Abutments in coursed rubble, terminate in circular bollards. The bridge has been bypassed by a more modern road bridge. Partly in the Civil Parish of Stapleton.

Listing NGR: NZ2486510022

Link: Heritage Gateway


Other Archeological Features


MEDIEVAL BUILDING PLATFORM 1066 – 1540
MEDIEVAL RIDGE AND FURROW 1066 – 1540
MEDIEVAL SHRUNKEN VILLAGE 1066 – 1540

Monument Number: ( NZ 20 NW 6 )

Newton Morrell medieval settlement earthworks. Remains of a medieval shrunken village including a number of earthworks contained within 3 fields on the north side of the road between the present Newton Morrell and Barton. The field behind Old Cottages contains building platforms also seen on air photos taken in 1969 held in the North Yorkshire SMR. Another building platform lies in the next field further south west. An area of ridge and furrow lies in the westernmost field east of St Cuthberts Green.

Sources:
English Heritage Alternative Action Report
Eric Branse-Instone, 11-JUL-2003
Oral information, correspondence (not archived) or staff comments
R1 DJG 09-JUL-1979
The Yorkshire archaeological journal
1952-5 (M W Beresford)
Vertical aerial photograph reference number
RAF 540/567 pt 2 3020-21 29-JUL-1951

Link: PastScape


SHRUNKEN VILLAGE (Roman to Modern – 43 AD to 2050 AD)

Name: NEWTON MORRELL
NY SMR Number: MNY12586
Type of record: Monument
Last edited: 03/06/2008 16:55:17
Grid Reference: NZ 239 093
Parish: 1100 Newton Morrell; Richmondshire

Full description
RIDGE AND FURROW AND FIELD BOUNDARIES VISIBLE ON APS. POSSIBLE HOUSE PLATFORM OR FARM AT NZ23950939. Form: Documentary Source, Documentary Source, Earthwork (07/1984) (1)(2)

Description
Newton Morrell medieval settlement earthworks. Remains of a medieval shrunken village including a number of earthworks contained within 3 fields on the north side of the road between the present Newton Morrell and Barton. The field behind Old Cottages contains building platforms also seen on air photos taken in 1969 held in the North Yorkshire SMR. Another building platform lies in the next field further south west. An area of ridge and furrow lies in the westernmost field east of St Cuthberts Green.

More Information
Newton Morrell, a shrunken Medieval village with earthworks of former houses visible.

Indistinct earthworks, possibly house platforms visible to the south of North Farm at NZ 239 093.

NZ 237 093: A number of earthworks contained within 3 fields on the north side of the road between the present Newton Morrell and Barton. The field behind Old Cottages contains building platforms also seen on air photos taken in 1969 held in the North Yorkshire SMR. Another building platform lies in the next field further south west. An area of ridge and furrow lies in the westernmost field east of St Cuthberts Green. These earthworks are remains of the shrunken medieval village of Newton Morrell and are of local importance. Their survival should be taken into consideration in advance of any granting of planning permission.

Other References/Statuses:
AMIE Reference / HOB UID: 23566
National Monuments Record: NZ20NW6
Old Sites & Monuments Record Number: 12714

Link: PastScape


RAILWAY (Post Medieval to Modern – 1865 AD? to 1950 AD)

Name: Route of the Darlington and Merrybent Railway
NY SMR Number: MNY24759
Type of record: Monument
Last edited: 24/07/2006 12:27:00
Grid Reference: NZ 239 109
Parish: 1093 Barton; Richmondshire
1094 Cleasby; Richmondshire
1099 Manfield; Richmondshire
1100 Newton Morrell; Richmondshire
Sources and further reading
SNY11037 – Newspaper Article: Northern Echo. 01/06/2005. High Hopes lie buried along an unused passenger line. Lloyd, C.

Link: Heritage Gateway


RECTILINEAR ENCLOSURE (Unknown date)

Name: Enclosure north of Newton Lodge
NY SMR Number: MNY24163
Type of record: Monument
Last edited: 20/04/2005 12:12:00
Grid Reference: NZ 240 097
Parish: 1100 Newton Morrell; Richmondshire

Link: Heritage Gateway


BANK (EARTHWORK) (Undated)
RIDGE AND FURROW (Undated)

Name: No Name
NY SMR Number: MNY13701
Type of record: Monument
Grid Reference: NZ 244 105
Parish: 1100 Newton Morrell; Richmondshire

Link: Heritage Gateway

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