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Baal Hill House, Wolsingham (Wolsingham) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Ramm, H.G 1970 Shielings and Bastles P66, footnote 1
2 Pevsner, N, Williamson, E 1983 The buildings of England: County Durham P513
3 Ryder, P 1993 Bastles and bastle-like buildings in Allendale, Northumberland Archaeological Journal vol 149, P370
4 Department of Environment, English Heritage, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission 1950 List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, also known as "Greenbacks" Wear Valley, P202
5 Ordnance Survey Archaeology Card NZ03NE4
6 Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-on-Tyne 2 ser., vol.5, p.102
7 Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-on-Tyne 2 ser., vol.7, p.246
8 Ryder, P 1994 Bastles in Weardale
9 Ryder, P 2005 to 2006 Medieval and Sub-Medieval Defensible Buildings in County Durham
10 Ryder, P Wolsingham, Baal Hill Plan
11 Ryder, P Wolsingham, Baal Hill House
12 Ryder, P Wolsingham, Baal Hill House
13 Ryder, P Wolsingham, Baal Hill House
14 Ryder, P Wolsingham, Baal Hill House
15 Turnball, P, Jones, R 1978 The Archaeology of the coal measures and magnesian limestone escarpment in co. Durham vol. 1, Page 82, Wolsingham Archaeology no. 1