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Saint Mary's and All Saints Church, Willingham. An Archaeological Investigation

Hatton, Andrew (1999) Saint Mary's and All Saints Church, Willingham. An Archaeological Investigation. [Client Report] (Unpublished)

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An archaeological watching brief was carried out on behalf of St Mary's and All Saints Parochial Church Council, Willingham during 1998. The objective of the watching brief was to record and investigate any archaeological features observed during the groundworks for the construction of a new church hall immediately to the north of the church and within the graveyard at TL 405 708. No in situ articulated human remains were found which development would disturb. Disarticulated, disturbed human remains were found throughout the groundworks. Observations were carried out as necessary by archaeologists employed by the Archaeological Field Unit of Cambridgeshire County Council in response to a Brief prepared by the Cambridgeshire County Council Archaeology Office Development Control Section (Austin 1996).

Item Type: Client Report
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Subjects: Geographical Areas > English Counties > Cambridgeshire
Period > None
Depositing User: Archives
Date Deposited: 03 Apr 2020 09:14
Last Modified: 03 Apr 2020 09:14
URI: http://eprints.oxfordarchaeology.com/id/eprint/5153

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