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POSSIBLE IRON AGE POTTERY FOUND, NORTH WILLINGHAM



Reference Name MLI50787

Name:
POSSIBLE IRON AGE POTTERY FOUND, NORTH WILLINGHAM

Summary:
POSSIBLE IRON AGE POTTERY FOUND, NORTH WILLINGHAM

Location:
NORTH WILLINGHAM, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
POSSIBLE IRON AGE SHERD OF POTTERY FOUND IN 1962 BY P KENT. THE SHERD IS RETAINED IN THE CITY AND COUNTY MUSEUM, ITS CLASSIFICATION REMAINS PROBLEMATICAL OWING TO ITS SMALL SIZE AND WEATHERED CONDITION. P KENT COULD NOT BE TRACED; THE NEW FARMER HAS BEEN IN OCCUPATION FOR ONLY SIX MONTHS AND KNOWS NOTHING OF THE FIND. {1} PREVIOUSLY RECORDED UNDER SOUTH WILLINGHAM; NGR IS IN NORTH WILLINGHAM. ~

Sources:
1 Index: OS CARD INDEX. SOUTH WILLINGHAM. TF 18 NE:5,1962, D.A.
2 Map: BAKER, F.T.. OS 6 INCH SERIES. TF 18 NE
3 Index: SMR FILE. SOUTH WILLINGHAM. TF 18 NE:A -

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