|Type of record:||Place|
|Name:||Tamhorn Deserted Settlement|
Documentary evidence for a settlement as Tamhorn in the medieval period.
- EST1175 - Rectification of aerial photographs along the route of the West Coast Rail Modernisation in Staffordshire.
Significant Placename. <1>
Deserted Settlement: 1333-4 (6 Ed.III) Horton and Tamhorn taxed (Subsidy Roll). 1377 Poll Tax Horton and Tamhorn 14s 8d. Not certain that Tymore/Tamhorn may be two places. <2>
Tamhorn is recorded as having land for 4 ploughs in the Domesday survey, and collectively with 14 other places had 60 villagers and 22 smallholders with 25 ploughs and a mill. (SB, 25-Nov-2008) <4>
Sources and further reading
|---||SST3972 - Desk Based Assessment Report: J. Chandler (Oxford Archaeology). 2002. West Coast Route Modernisation Staffordshire Section: Lichfield to Tamworth - Air Photograph Rectification. |
|---||SST4000 - Index: Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England. 1994. Medieval Village Research Group Index (Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England). |
|<1>||SST2664 - Article in serial: Dr. Margaret Gelling. 1981. Some Thoughts on Staffordshire Place-Names in North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies Volume 21 (1981). Page 3. |
|<2>||SST297 - Index: Jim Gould. 1960s Onward. Jim Gould Card Index. |
|<3>||SST67 - Serial: William Salt Archaeological Society. 1880 onwards. Collections For a History of Staffordshire. 4th Series - Volume 6 - page 10 (1970). |
|<4>||SST75 - Published Book: William I - Translated Alison Hawkins & Alex Rumble. 1086/1976. Domesday Book 24: Staffordshire (Phillimore Translation). 2-22. |
|04211||Parent of: Cropmarks, Tamhorn Farm, Fisherwick (Monument)|
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