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Medieval and Post Medieval Settlement Remains

Alongside evidence of Iron Age and Roman settlement within the parish, documentary evidence for habitation dates from the Anglo-Saxon period. The names Burrell and Kellaways come from the respective families who owned the villages later in the thirteenth century. But there are also settlement remains from the medieval and post-medieval period. These include what looks to be the remains of former house platforms visible on LiDar (3-D laser scanning) to the west of Langley Lodge on the east side of Langley Burrell. LiDar has also revealed further possible house platforms, boundaries and a possible hollowed pathway, to the south of Langley House an area once covered by a WWII American Army Camp.

 

North of Langley Lodge & East of Langley Burrell Village Hall,
Langley Burrell

 

NGRef: ST 92784 75356
Wiltshire Heritage MWI73842  MWI5104 

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