• Shopping Basket: 0 items
  • Sign in or Register to start shopping


St Andrew's churchyard, Ewerby



Reference Name MLI80559

Name:
St Andrew's churchyard, Ewerby

Summary:
St Andrew's churchyard, Ewerby

Location:
EWERBY AND EVEDON, NORTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 61120
The churchyard around St Andrew's church contains a scheduled cross (see 60394). During a watching brief on land adjacent to 50 Main Street (TF 121 472) a medieval ditch and gully were revealed. The ditch contained thirteenth-fourteenth century Potterhanworth ware, which coincides with the rebuilding of the church. It is thought that this ditch demarced the boundary of the churchyard at that time. A later ditch dating to the sixteenth-seventeenth century was also identified which may indicate a change in the boundary. A sixteenth-seventeenth century pit was also revealed. {1}{2}

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Archaeological Project Services. 1998. Land adjacent to 50 Main Street, Ewerby. EMS98
2 Excavation archive: Archaeological Project Services. 1998. Land adjacent to 50 Main Street, Ewerby. LCNCC 212.98

Links:
Lincolnshire County Council is not responsible for the content of external weblinks.
The following reports are available from the ADS digital library.
1 Intervention Report: Archaeological Project Services. 1998. Land adjacent to 50 Main Street, Ewerby. EMS98

Historic Environment Record

Further information can be found at: Historic Environment Record

For more detailed/specific searches you may use: Advanced search

Helpful Hint: Please quote the Reference Name / Number or the Lincstothepast item URL when contacting the Historic Environment Team.

Helpful hint: If you want to search a particular collection, or filter out unwanted collections/records – remember you can use the facetted searching to refine your results (see right hand side of your search results page).

Associated Records

Last updated: 23-July-2015 11:59:08

Bookmark with:

What are these?

  • © 2012 Lincs To The Past, Lincolnshire Archives

Powered by Webstructure.NET