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  • Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record

    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

    27 Sep 2017Run date:Enhanced with indexing standards from English Heritage and mda. Data within this report may be derived from the NMR © English Heritage.

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    SOURCE Listing Survey Sketches: Basingstoke and Deane

    Forrest, Frank 1983

    STATUS Listed Building Grade II

    EVENT FARMHOUSE Listing Post Medieval

    C18, early and late C19. Timber-framed house with later alterations, extensions, and cladding: 2 storeys, 3 windows. Tile roof, massive tapered stack at one end, 2 within. Most of the front (west) upper wall has exposed framing, brick nogged with some herring-bone panels, the ground-floor and north side having brickwork in monk and Flemish bonds, one rubbed flat arch plinth. Sashes in exposed frames (small mullions under the eaves, within a brick panel, indicate an early light). Doorway with moulded canopy and4-panelled door.

    1700 1899- to

    EVENT MODERN EVENT BAR Survey Modern

    Building Condition Survey 2002. Fair. A few slipped tiles. Chimneys repointed in cement mortar. Some areas of poor brickwork on front elevation - open joints and eroding bricks and some small areas of cement pointing poorly executed - old. Cement plinth to rear. Some eroded bricks on rear have been patched. Crack where brick facing to gable wall not tied to timber framed building but always been there according to owner - at least 40 years.

    2002-

    Site: Harridens Farm324

    N

    HISTORIC BUILDING

    SU 453125159946

    Kingsclere

    Additional Info Held?

    Parish:

    Site: Church of St Mary325

    Y

    HISTORIC BUILDING

    SU 452523158657

    Kingsclere

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    Parish:

  • Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record

    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

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    EVENT CHURCH Built Medieval

    (1) The general plan of the church at its first building c 1130-40, consisted of a nave, chancel and transepts as at present, with a low tower over the crossing, the chancel being shorter than the present one.

    1125 1140- to

    EVENT CHURCH Altered Medieval

    See list description.

    1200 1299- to

    EVENT ANGLICAN CHURCH Altered Post Medieval

    See list description.

    1848-

    EVENT MODERN EVENT Bibliographic Reference Modern

    (1) VCH vol 4

    1911-

    EVENT MODERN EVENT BAR Survey Modern

    Building Condition Survey 2000. N slope mossy with some laminating tiles. Some pointing washed out in patches, especially on N side of nave. Lead cames in windows are poor in places and the frames are rusting on N side.

    2000-

  • Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record

    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

    27 Sep 2017Run date:Enhanced with indexing standards from English Heritage and mda. Data within this report may be derived from the NMR © English Heritage.

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    SOURCE Victoria County History A History of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

    Page, William 1911

    SOURCE Listing Survey Sketches: Basingstoke and Deane

    Forrest, Frank 1983

    EVENT MODERN EVENT Listing Modern

    C12, C13, C15, with a substantial new construction and restoration by Hellyer and Ryde of 1848. On the site of a Saxon minister, a large cruciform Norman church, with a central tower, and a later south chapel. The restoration of 1848 accounts for the re-faced exterior, the raising of the tower, and walling of knapped flint with stone dressings; the details are 'Norman', with earlier fragments incorporated in the north door (now filled). The west door has recessed stages with moulded arches on columns, the south chapel has Perpendicular windows and stepped buttresses, the east window having 'geometrical' tracery. The inside is severely plain, with deeply-splayed 'Norman' lights to the nave, and an Early English arcade between the chancel and south chapel, having moulded caps. The table-top Purbeck font is C12 (with a modern base), the pulpit is Jacobean, and the candelabra at the crossing is dated 1713. The chapel contains brasses of 1503, 1519 and 1580, as well as a number of C18 and early C19 wall monuments. The south transept has a donation board of 1830, and the tomb monument to Sir Henry Kingsmill (died 1620), and his wife Bridget (died 1672); this comprises 2 fine alabaster effigies on a classical altar tomb, of black and white marble. Unique weather vane. The setting of the church in the central green space is important.

    1966-

    EVENT NEGATIVE EVIDENCE Watching Brief Modern

    During October/November 2008 a watching brief was carried out at St Mary's Church during the construction of a new floor within the existing boiler room. No archaeological remains or significant deposits were recorded, although it must be noted that the limited depth of the excavations may have proved a factor in this outcome.

    2008-

    SOURCE Archaeological watching brief during boiler installation at St Mary's Church, Kingsclere

    Mason, C. 2009

  • Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record

    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

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    EVENT MODERN EVENT Listing Modern

    The war memorial stands in the grounds of St Mary’s Church. It is in the form of a stone cross mounted on a

    5m tall hexagonal stone shaft. The shaft stands on a square plinth with recessed panels on all sides

    containing inscriptions and names. The plinth stands on three octagonal steps. The memorial is surrounded

    by a narrow flower bed. Two steps lead up to the memorial from pavement level on Newbury Road. Ten

    posts carrying a chain surround the memorial on three sides.

    The West panel of the plinth bears the inscription THESE AT THE CALL OF KING AND COUNTRY/ LEFT ALL THAT WAS DEAR TO THEM/ ENDURED HARDNESS, FACED DANGER AND/ FINALLY PASSED OUT OF THE SIGHT OF MEN/ BY THE PATH OF DUTY AND SELF SACRIFICE (NAMES)

    The East panel of the plinth contains a decorative relief of crossed swords within a wreath and the dates

    1914 1918 1939 1945 are inscribed in each corner. Above this relief panel, incised on the base of the cross,

    there is the inscription TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND IN MEMORY OF THE BRAVE MEN OF/ KINGSCLERE/ DEAR SHALL THEIR BLOOD BE IN HIS SIGHT

    Names are inscribed into the North and South panels of the plinth.

    2015-

    EVENT MODERN EVENT Recorded Observation Modern

    Unlisted war memorial.

    1980 1990- to

    Site: War Memorial326

    Y

    HISTORIC BUILDING

    SU 452550158691

    Kingsclere

    Additional Info Held?

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    STATUS Listed Building Grade II*

    STATUS Conservation Area

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    STATUS Conservation Area

    STATUS Listed Building Grade II

    EVENT WAR MEMORIAL Built Modern

    War memorial- Listing for details.

    1918-

    SOURCE Kingsclere Memorial Cross, Churchyard of St Mary's Newbury

    2015

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    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

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    Site: 21 Swan Street329

    Y

    HISTORIC BUILDING

    SU 452499158552

    Kingsclere

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    STATUS Conservation Area

    STATUS Group Value

    STATUS Listed Building Grade II

    EVENT HOUSE Listing Post Medieval

    Early C19. Two storeys, 2 windows. Modern tile roof. Rendered walling, stone cills. Sashes in reveals. Plain doorway with a canopy on brackets, and a carriage entrance at the east side. Probably timber-frame within.

    1800 1832- to

    EVENT MODERN EVENT BAR Survey Modern

    Building Condition Survey 2000. Cement flaunching poor. Some repointing required on chimney. Plinth rendered. Some minor patching apparent in render.

    2000-

    SOURCE Listing Survey Sketches: Basingstoke and Deane

    Forrest, Frank 1983

    Site: 11 George Street328

    N

    HISTORIC BUILDING

    SU 452632158681

    Kingsclere

    Additional Info Held?

    Parish:

  • Archaeology and Historic Buildings Record

    Site List Report Inc. Events and Sources

    27 Sep 2017Run date:Enhanced with indexing standards from English Heritage and mda. Data within this report may be derived from the NMR © English Heritage.

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    SOURCE 1x B/W Negative August 1968

    EVENT MODERN EVENT Listing Modern

    See built description for Listing

    1953-

    EVENT MODERN EVENT Bibliographic Reference Modern 2001-

    EVENT MODERN EVENT BAR Survey Modern

    Building Condition Survey 2000. Very messy brickwork on front plinth with spalled bricks. Cement mortar plinth to flank.

    2000-

    SOURCE 1x