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HOLY CROSS CHURCH (SITE OF), CASTLE CARLTON



Reference Name MLI42502

Name:
HOLY CROSS CHURCH (SITE OF), CASTLE CARLTON

Summary:
HOLY CROSS CHURCH (SITE OF), CASTLE CARLTON

Location:
SOUTH RESTON, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
THE SITE OF THE HOLY CROSS CHURCH OF THE DESERTED MEDIEVAL VILLAGE OF CASTLE CARLTON. IT WAS A SMALL PERPENDICULAR BUILDING AND WAS DEMOLISHED IN 1902. {1}{2}, HTM 12M

Sources:
1 Index: SMR FILE. SOUTH RESTON. TF 38 SE O,1980, TMA
2 Index: OS CARD INDEX. SOUTH RESTON. TF 38 SE 6,1963, SEAMAN B H

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