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Schofield Z (2015) Historic Building Recording at Crodon's Barn, Post Office Road, Woodham Mortimer, Essex CM9 6SY. Website: www.touchstonearchaeology.com: Allvey Schofield Archaeology, CB15. https://doi.org/10.5284/1038874

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Site details

Location
Site nameCrodons Barn
ParishWOODHAM MORTIMER
DistrictMALDON
CountyESSEX
CountryEngland
Grid reference TL 81512 04879 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BARNPost Medieval
NONENone
 

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DescriptionLevel 2 Historic Building Recording comprising of a fully analytical record which will include detailed photographs of decorative and structural elements, a detailed written description and account of the building's origins, development, use and the evidence on which this has been based. Readily available historic documentation will be examined and measured drawings will be made of relevant sections, elevations and key architectural features.
Associated identifier zoeschof1-226332