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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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