Girsby Castle Hill
Has been described as a Possible Timber Castle (Motte)
There are uncertain remains
|Name||Girsby Castle Hill
|Alternative Names||Low Dinsdale
|Modern Authority||North Yorkshire
|1974 Authority||North Yorkshire
Butler suggests a low mound here is a potential castle site. He writes it as being at Low Dinsdale and calls it Castle Hill.
Historic England (PastScape) Defra or Monument number(s)
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||NZ368093
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- Butler, Lawrence, 1994, 'The Origins of the Honour of Richmond and its Castles' Château Gaillard Vol. 16 p. 69-80 (Reprinted in Liddiard, Robert, (ed), 2003, Anglo-Norman Castles p. 91-103 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press))