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Map view. The village was granted by Edward the Confessor to Westminster Abbey in the midth century, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book of Search within these articles.
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Add your own photo. Sutton under Brailes. Hunt meet. Sheep washing.
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Search within these sites. Sheep Wash, Sutton-under-Brailes The site of a sheep wash of unknown date. The sheep wash survives as a brick structure.
It is situated m south east of The Green at Sutton-under-Brailes. It was restored and partly rebuilt in the Imperial period. It is situated m north east of Stourton. The remains are visible as an earthwork, and situated m northeast of Stourton Wesleyan Chapel.
Sutton under Brailes medieval settlement The extent of the Medieval settlement of Sutton-under-Brailes is suggested by documentary evidence. The site is suggested by the presence of a moat which is visible as an earthwork.
The site is located m north east of Stourton. Ridge and furrow ploughing in the parish of Sutton under Brailes Ridge and furrow ploughing to the east of Sutton under Brailes is apparent as earthworks on aerial photographs taken in but is now levelled.
Sub circular crop mark in the parish of Sutton under Brailes Sub circular crop mark in the parish of Sutton under Brailes evident on aerial photographs. The manor house is situated north of The Green in Sutton-under-Brailes.
It continued in use until The mill is situated 1km south east of Sutton-under-Brailes. Sutton under Brailes Manor gardens Gardens which were created during the s. They are associated with Sutton-under-Brailles Manor.
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