Description: Boundary Stone Approximately 10 Metres Northwest of Churn Milk Hole
Date Listed: 4 May 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 324668
OS Grid Reference: SD8350971848
OS Grid Coordinates: 383509, 471848
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1422, -2.2539
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SD 87 SW HALTON GILL SILVERDALE ROAD
(west side, off)
8/81 approximately 10 metres
northwest of Churn Milk
Parish Boundary stone. Late C18 - early C19. Slate slab approximately 50
cm high and 40 cm wide. Basket arched top. Inscribed "ARNCLIFFE" in
deeply incised lettering with exagerated serifs. Adjoins boundary stone in
Stainforth (q.v.). The parish of Arncliffe included the townships of
Arncliffe, Buckden, Halton Gill, Hawkswick and Litton in the late C18.
Enclosure Acts were passed between 1765 and 1816. T.D. Whitaker, A History
of Craven, 1805 (revised 1878) p571
Listing NGR: SD8350971848
Source: English Heritage
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