Goswick Deserted Medieval Village (Ancroft)
This was the site of medieval village of Goswick. All that exists today are a few cottages and farms. The village began to decline in the 16th century. An 18th century map shows Goswick as a farm next to the mansion of the Watson family. No earthworks remains of the village, but the earthwork remains of medieval ploughing, known as ridge and furrow, can be seen
|Historical period:||Medieval (1066 to 1540)|
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Source of Reference
Local History of Ancroft
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