Sunday, 5 June 2011

Thames Tributary – tributary stream to the River Roding - Norwood End

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Thames Tributary – tributary stream to the River Roding
The stream flows south towards the Roding

Another tributary stream flows south towards the Roding

TL 56 09
Post to the north Beauchamp Roding 56 10
Post to the east Beauchamp Roding - 57 09
Post to the south - Lampetts - 56 08

Norwood End

This area was once the main part of Fyfield but since the late 18th the population has become concentrated to the south in the present village area while this has become depopulated.
Claydon’s Green
Norwood End House. Thuis had a moat enclosing on two recaungular sites. There is a a local tradition that Henry, Lord Scrope, local landowner, had a magnificent house here in the early 15th – although there is no evidence for this.
The Nook, was a small timber-framed building from the early 19th with the appearance of a school or nonconformist chapel , It is reputed to have been a 'nonconformist academy'. It is now a house and has been rebuilt
Dame Anna's Farm. This is moated site and it is a timber-framed medieval house. It was originally an open hall with a screens passage across the end
Green’s Farm. This is a moated site and is late 17th
Malting Farm. Early 17th.


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