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Name:Site of the Chantry, Old Leake
HER Number:12790
Type of record:Monument


Site of the Chantry, Old Leake

Grid Reference:TF 397 493
Map Sheet:TF34NE

Full description

The Multon or Great Chantry, at Old Leake is mentioned in 1391, and was dissolved in 1547 [PRN 12790]. The house, which was moated, was much altered and repaired about 1800 [PRN 12791]. {1}{2}
Slight non surveyable depressions at TF39714391 and TF39774932 are the only identifiable remains of the moat. {1}

<1> OS CARD INDEX, TF34NE1,1965, D.A. (Index). SLI2671.

<2> Pishey Thompson, 1856, The Histories and Antiquities of Boston, P 584 (Bibliographic Reference). SLI1071.

<3> OS, 1956, OS 6 INCH SERIES, TF34NE (Map). SLI3659.

<4> SMR FILE, TF34NE:A,1976, R.W.H. (Index). SLI3207.

Monument Types

  • CHANTRY CHAPEL (Medieval to Post Medieval - 1350 AD to 1699 AD?)
  • MOAT (Medieval to Post Medieval - 1350 AD to 1699 AD?)

Sources and further reading

<1>Index: OS CARD INDEX. OLD LEAKE. TF34NE1,1965, D.A..
<2>Bibliographic Reference: Pishey Thompson. 1856. The Histories and Antiquities of Boston. P 584.
<3>Map: OS. 1956. OS 6 INCH SERIES. TF34NE.
<4>Index: SMR FILE. OLD LEAKE. TF34NE:A,1976, R.W.H..

Related records

12791Related to: Moulton Chantry House, Old Leake (Building)