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INGTHORPE

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Shrunken Mediaeval Village. Although no concrete evidence of a chapel was found here, there are several small indications that there may have been an ecclesiastical building. Two corbel heads built into the farm wall at SK 99480883, cut stone obviously reused in many of the walls and a probable Saxon cross shaft and base built into a wall junction at SK 99580886.
The farmer, Mr P Shotbolt, indicated the site of a building at SK 99590883 where much heavy building stone has been turned up by the plough. At SK 995 088 There are faint traces of village closes north of the farm buildings at Ingthorpe, on a terrace above the Gwash. There are some possible building platforms and another rectangular platform with a walnut tree in the centre.

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