Excavations and survey of the Small Barn, Headstone Manor, Harrow, Middlesex
Stephen L Tucker
A combined excavation and survey was carried out within the Small Barn of Headstone Manor, Harrow. The standing building is probably of mid 19th-century date, but it has been constructed with medieval timbers reused from other buildings. The excavation showed that there had been an earlier structure or structures on the site, perhaps from the 13th century onwards. A series of repaired pebble and chalk floors with associated postholes and stakeholes was revealed, as well as an open red brick channel and a flint foundation.
[Transactions 38 (1987), pp 151 8; published abstract, but augmented]
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