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Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the Historic County of Huntingdonshire

  1. 'The Moat': a motte and bailey castle 700m west of Mayfield Heath Farm
    Kings Ripton
  2. Alconbury Bridge
    Alconbury
  3. Booths Hill, Ramsey Abbey
    Ramsey
  4. Bowl barrow 550m south east of Abbots Ripton Hall
    Abbots Ripton
  5. Bruce's Castle: moated site immediately east of Bruce's Castle Farm
    Sawtry
  6. Buckden Palace
    Buckden
  7. Castle Hill motte and bailey castle Photos
    Wood Walton
  8. Civil War battery at Clayton's Way
    Huntingdon
  9. Deserted village (site of)
    Little Gidding
  10. Deserted village (site of)
    Hamerton and Steeple Gidding
  11. Deserted village (site of) at Weald
    Abbotsley
  12. Deserted village at Wintringham
    Abbotsley
  13. Deserted village north of Washingley Park
    Folksworth and Washingley
  14. Deserted village of Boughton, north west of Manor Farm
    Southoe and Midloe
  15. Deserted village of Caldecote
    Denton and Caldecote
  16. Duck Decoy site in Hermitage Wood
    Alconbury Weston
  17. Earthwork on Mill Common
    Huntingdon
  18. Earthworks of Abbot of Ramsey's Manor
    Elton
  19. Earthworks of deserted medieval village
    Morborne
  20. Earthworks south east of church
    Leighton
  21. Ferry Bridge
    Castor
  22. Five bowl barrows 100m north of Waypost Farm: part of a barrow cemetery south of Ramsey Forty Foot
    Ramsey
  23. Fletton churchyard cross
    Stanground South Ward
  24. Footbridge at west end of village
    Alconbury Weston
  25. Great Gransden Windmill
    Little Gransden
  26. Hamerton Bridge
    Hamerton and Steeple Gidding
  27. Henge, ring ditch and prehistoric settlement remains, 450m west of High Holborn Lodge
    Elton
  28. Horsey Hill Fort: a Civil War fieldwork
    Stanground South Ward
  29. Huntingdon Bridge
    Godmanchester
  30. Huntingdon Castle (Castle Hills): a motte and bailey castle and Civil War fieldwork
    Huntingdon
  31. Lynch Farm complex
    Orton Waterville
  32. Medieval magnate's moated residence (the Bishop of Ely's Palace) with fishponds and a later moated s
    Somersham
  33. Milestone at Bell End
    Brampton
  34. Moat House moated site and fishponds, 150m north east of Rooks Grove
    Abbots Ripton
  35. Moated site 130m north east of Manor Farm
    Old Hurst
  36. Moated site 170m east of St Mary's Church
    Godmanchester
  37. Moated site 700m ENE of Village Farm
    Grafham
  38. Moated site 90m north west of Moat House
    Colne
  39. Moated site and shrunken medieval village at Winwick
    Winwick
  40. Moated site at Coppingford
    Upton and Coppingford
  41. Moated site in Bellamy's Grove
    The Stukeleys
  42. Moated site in Oak Grove, Coppingford
    Upton and Coppingford
  43. Moated site in Prestley Wood, 800m north east of Cartwright's Farm
    The Stukeleys
  44. Moated site in Toseland Wood
    Toseland
  45. Monk's Hole barrow, 630m NNE of Monk's Wood Farm
    Sawtry
  46. Motte castle in Kimbolton Park, known as Castle Hill
    Kimbolton
  47. Obelisk at site of Republic Cottage, Stocks Bridge Photos
    Saint Ives
  48. Obelisk at White Post
    Somersham
  49. Otter Pond: moated site 200m west of Dewemede Farm
    Folksworth and Washingley
  50. Ramsey Abbey (remains of) Photos
    Ramsey
  51. Roman barrow 380m north of Hill Farm
    Chesterton
  52. Roman barrow 450m south west of Stukeley Park
    The Stukeleys
  53. Roman barrow adjacent to Ermine Street, 290m east of St Bartholomew's Church
    The Stukeleys
  54. Roman site, Rushey Farm
    Great Staughton
  55. Romano-British settlement south east of Orton Longueville
    Orton Longueville
  56. Round barrow cemetery 330m east of Linden Lea
    Orton Waterville
  57. Sawtry Abbey: A Cistercian abbey on the southern edge of Sawtry Fen
    Sawtry
  58. Sawtry moat and shrunken medieval village
    Sawtry
  59. Settlement areas south west of Orton Longueville
    Orton Longueville
  60. Settlement south east of Orton Waterville
    Orton Waterville
  61. Site of the Norman Cross Depot for Prisoners of War
    Yaxley
  62. Site of old manor house at Keyston
    Bythorn and Keyston
  63. Site of Sawtry Judith village adjoining Archers Wood
    Sawtry
  64. Sites discovered by aerial photography north of the village
    Brampton
  65. Spaldwick Bridge
    Spaldwick
  66. St Ives Bridge Photos
    Saint Ives
  67. St Neots Priory (site of)
    St. Neots
  68. Stanground churchyard cross
    Fletton and Stanground Ward
  69. Staughton Green moated site, Great Staughton
    Great Staughton
  70. Stow Cross
    Stow Longa
  71. The Abbot of Ramsey's manor: moated site immediately north east of Illing's Farm
    Broughton
  72. The Bulwark: a Civil War fieldwork and World War II gun emplacement, 150m north of Earith Bridge
    Haddenham
  73. The fort and Roman walled town of Durobrivae and its south, west and east suburbs, immediately south
    Water Newton
  74. The Malting (kiln)
    St. Neots
  75. The Manor of Hemingford Grey: a medieval moated site
    Hemingford Grey
  76. The Manor of Moyne: moated site 370m north west of White House Farm
    Upwood and the Raveleys
  77. The maze and monument on Hilton Green
    Hilton
  78. The Nuns' Bridge, Hinchingbrook
    Brampton
  79. The Old Manor House, Cretingsbury: a motte castle and moated manor house
    Great Staughton
  80. The priory barn: remains of the Benedictine priory at Saint Ives
    Saint Ives
  81. Two bowl barrows 320m NNW of Waypost Farm: part of a barrow cemetery south of Ramsey Forty Foot
    Ramsey
  82. Two bowl barrows 900m and 1000m east of Old Manor Farm
    Great Staughton
  83. Two churchyard crosses Photos
    Elton
  84. Two post mill mounds 560m and 660m north west of St John the Baptist's Church
    Bythorn and Keyston
  85. Village cross
    Great Staughton
  86. Wansford Bridge See also CAMBRIDGESHIRE 136
    Sibson-cum-Stibbington
  87. Wansford Bridge See also PETERBOROUGH 136
    Sibson-cum-Stibbington
  88. Wansford Roman site
    Sibson-cum-Stibbington
  89. Wistow Bridge
    Wistow
  90. Woodwalton moated site, 350m east of Park Farm
    Wood Walton
  91. Worlick moated site and fishponds
    Ramsey

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