Has been described as a Possible Pele Tower
There are no visible remains
|Alternative Names||Nesbit in Glendale; Nesbette; Nesbitt; Nesebitt
A tower is mentioned at Nesbit in a document dated 1415. Its remains were recorded in about 1715 but its exact site is no longer known. (Keys to the Past)
A tower at Nesbit is mentioned in a list dated 1415 (Dodds 1935).
Remains are mentioned in a survey of c.1715 (Hodgson).
There is no local knowledge of a tower at Nesbit, and its site could not be established (F1 DK 01-FEB-67).
The tower was built shortly before 1415 by Thomas Grey, and was abandoned in 1603, although the remains were visible in 1715 (King 1983; Dodds 1999). (PastScape)
Historic England (PastScape) Defra or Monument number(s)
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||NT983334