Walls, S., (2017). Land rear of Marlborough Lodge, Silverdale Road, Falmouth, Cornwall: Archaeological monitoring and recording. South West Archaeology.

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Land rear of Marlborough Lodge, Silverdale Road, Falmouth, Cornwall: Archaeological monitoring and recording
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South West Archaeology unpublished report series
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southwes1-288054_1.pdf (1 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1046066
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Archaeological monitoring and recording was undertaken by South West Archaeology Ltd. (SWARCH) at the request of Alec Evans (the Client) during groundworks associated with the construction of three dwellings on land at the rear of Marlborough Lodge, Silverdale Road, Falmouth, Cornwall. The work was carried out by S. Walls on the 25th July 2017 in accordance with a WSI (Balmond 2017) drawn up in consultation with Charles Johns, Senior Development Officer, Historic Environment (SDOHE) Cornwall Council. The site is located within the parish of Falmouth, c.1km south-west of the town centre. The site consists of a rectangular garden located to the south-east of Marlborough Lodge at a height of c.7m AOD. The ground rises gently to the east, west and north. The soils are the well drained fine loamy and fine silty soils of the Denbigh 1 Association (SSEW 1983), which overlay sedimentary bedrock of the Breccia formation (BGS 2017). The site lies adjacent to a private access drive, which joins Silverdale Road to the north. Marlborough Lodge is associated with the nearby Marlborough House, which was constructed in the early 19th century (c.1810) and built by Packer Captain John Bull. The proposal site is depicted on the 1840 tithe map and later OS maps as having formerly contained a yard of buildings, which in the tithe apportionment are described as House, Garden, Yard and Tan Yard.
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S Walls
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South West Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Cornwall and Scilly HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2017
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Site: Marlborough Lodge, Silverdale Road
County: CORNWALL
District: CARRICK
Parish: FALMOUTH
Country: England
Grid Reference: 179999, 31880 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: NONE None
Monus: TANNERY/FARM BUILDINGS Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: southwes1-288054
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12 Feb 2018
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