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HOWGRAVE

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Remains of a deserted medieval village and medieval lordly residence. The village was recorded in Domesday Book and deserted by 1640. The site of the lordly residence was to the south west of the present Howgrave Hall, the building probably having been demolished in the mid 17th Century. Medieval terraced ground, hollows, ditches, banks, a hollow way, and building platforms, are visible as cropmarks on air photographs.

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