Stubbs Hollins, Walden Stubbs moat 2
Has been described as a Questionable Fortified Manor House
There are earthwork remains
|Name||Stubbs Hollins, Walden Stubbs moat 2
|Modern Authority||North Yorkshire
|1974 Authority||North Yorkshire
|Civil Parish||Walden Stubbs
The moat has been partially filled in at the NW corner, but is otherwise well-defined and partially wet (Ordnance Survey Archaeology Division Field Investigator, J R Foster, 27-AUG-1964).
SE 554174. Walden Stubbs. Medieval moat listed in survey (Le Patourel 1973).
A medieval moat is visible as an earthwork and medieval/ post medieval banks and ditches are visible as cropmarks on air photographs.
The moat is largely masked by trees from the air but a short section of ditch which has been interpreted as the south-eastern corner of the moat is visible at SE 5535 1740.
Further banks and ditches are visible surrounding the moat and on the same alignment and a rectangular bank surrounded by a ditch lies immediately to the east of the moat. However, the relationship between the features is unclear. (PastScape)
Historic England (PastScape) Defra or Monument number(s)
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||SE554174