* Finds include medieval pottery.
1982 Field Investigation.
1200 c; Held by Robert ‘the monk’.
1240 Held by Alexander le Moyne.
1264 Alexander le Moyne died and it passed to his son, Alan.
1264-1294 Held by Alan le Moyne.
1311 Held by Thomas le Moyne.
1314 Thomas le Moyne died.
1320 Neighbours were complaining about the landowner.
1324 A claim was made upon the land by someone
1334 Before; The landowner was killed.
1346 William le Moyne held the land.
1381 William le Moyne sold some of the land.
1465 Belonged to the Pigott family.
1613 Called Moynes Grove.