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Description: Ruins of Great Cossington at Cossington Farm
Date Listed: 25 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 179250
OS Grid Reference: TQ7474559737
OS Grid Coordinates: 574745, 159737
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3099, 0.5058
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AYLESFORD CP PRATLING STREET
TQ 75 NW
Ruins of Great Cossington
- at Cossington Farm
Manor house, now ruin. South, east and north walls and remains of west wall at
north-west corner. Probably C16 early C17. Galletted random rubble plinth,
very deep to north-east. Red brick with some blue brick above; some random
rubble patching. All brick in English bond. 4 bee-boles on north wall facing
south. Remains of large random rubble chimney-breast at north end of east wall,
facing outwards (to east). There is a brass of John Cosyngton (d.1426) in
Listing NGR: TQ7432459781
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Source: English Heritage
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