Medieval Hospitallers Preceptory, banks and ditches.
1154-1189 During: Maud, Countess of Clare, gave the Manor of Great and Little Carbrooke to the Knights Hospitallers. The main house was dedicated to St. John Baptist.
1173 Preceptory started.
1256 Elias was Master/Preceptor.
1285 Robert de Heugham was Master/ Preceptor.
1307-1315 Sir Alexander de Mitcham was Master/Preceptor.
1338 Valued at £192 2s 4½d annually. Yearly expenses came to £71 12s 7½d
1338 Sir Alan Macy was Preceptor.
1424 John Halligate was Master/Preceptor.
1535 Before: Amalgamated with Chippenham Preceptory, Cambridge.
1535 c: Preceptor was Sir Thomas Copledyke.
1543 House, manor and rectory granted to Sir Richard Gresham and Sir Richard Southwell.
1973 Field Investigation.
1981 Field Investigation.
2011 Watching Brief.