Monument record MLI12618 - Coupledyke Hall, Frampton


Coupledyke Hall, Frampton.

Type and Period (3)

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Full Description

The Coppledyke family ere resident at Frampton from 1250-1637. The site of their moated mansion is known. Rectangular soilmarks were visible on aerial photographs at TF3226 3883 and are probably associated with it, though the aerial photograph markings are not visible on the ground, which is now under a crop of barley. {1}{2}{3} During fieldwalking a squarish mound was visible with stone, brick and tile rubble spread and bones found. Pottery was mainly thick green glazed pancheon including rims and bases and one unglazed grooved handle. Sherds of a rough brown cooking pot was also found and one sherd of midlands purple ware, one sherd of Stamford ware and a few miscellaneous sherds. {4}

Sources/Archives (4)

  •  Index: Ordnance Survey. Ordnance Survey Card Index. TF 33 NW: 6.
  •  Bibliographic Reference: William White. 1872. History, Gazetteer and Directory of Lincolnshire - Third Edition. p.793.
  •  Aerial Photograph: Aerial Photograph. 540-756; 3004-5 (1952).
  •  Index: Lincolnshire County Council. Sites and Monuments Record Card Index. TF 33 NW: F.



Grid reference Centred TF 3232 3884 (175m by 151m)

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Record last edited

Jun 23 2021 11:46AM


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