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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Burgh by Sands Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Burgh by Sands Civil Parish, Cumbria, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Barn Adjoining to North of Moorhouse Farmhouse 1335655  II*    
Barn and Byres South East of House Occupied by Mrs Wallace 1087460 II    
Barn to the West of Stonehouse 1247869 II    
Boundary Wall North of Friends' Meeting House 1087462 II C18th Moorhouse
Boustead Hill Bridge 1087488 II    
Boustead Hill House 1052311 II    
Brewery Cottage 1335653 II    
Brewery Farm 1335654 II    
Buck Bottom and Adjoining Barn 1087492 II    
Burgh by Sands War Memorial 1441498 II    
Burgh Head House 1087493 II    
Burgh House 1335633 II    
Burial Ground Wall North of the Friend's Meeting House 1040006 II 1694 Moorhouse
Canal Aqueduct 1335635 II    
Church of St Michael 1367134  I C12th Burgh By Sands. Bell tower added 1360
Croft House and Stables 1087487 II    
Cross Farm and Adjoining Barns 1054698 II    
Cruck Cottage at Entrance to Moorhouse Farm 1087459 II    
Dykesfield 1087497 II    
Dykesfield Bridge 1054043 II    
Fairfield 1040026 II    
Farmhouse Occupied by Mrs Wallace (Opposite Stonehouse) 1335656 II    
Fauld Farm and Adjoining Outbuilding 1039913 II    
Former Friends' Meeting House 1372045 II 1733 Moorhouse
Garden Wall South of Burgh House and Fulwood House 1372093 II    
Garden Wall to North East of Longburgh Hall 1335652 II    
Hall Farm 1087461 II    
Highfield 1335632 II    
Hillside Farmhouse 1052256 II    
King Edward I Monument 1087463  II* 1685 Rebuilt 1803
Kokied Cottage 1045905 II    
Lamonby Farmhouse and Adjoining Barn 1039874  II*    
Leigh Cottage 1259563 II    
Longburgh Farm and Adjoining Barn (Not to Be Confused with Longburgh Farmhouse to East) 1087456 II    
Longburgh Farmhouse (Not to Be Confused with Longburgh Farm to West) 1087457 II    
Longburgh House and Adjoining Outbuildings 1087454 II    
Low Moorhouse 1335657 II    
Midtown Farmhouse 1039864 II    
Moorhouse Farmhouse and Stables 1087458 II    
Moorhouse Hall 1040055 II C18th Moorhouse
North End Cottage 1087495 II    
Orchard House 1369996 II    
Rose Mount 1087490 II    
Shepherds Hill Farmhouse 1335659 II    
South View 1087464 II    
Stonehouse and Adjoining Outbuilding 1335658 II    
The Beeches and Adjoining Barn 1045881 II    
The Greyhound Inn 1087491 II    
The Hill 1054029 II    
The Hollies 1087465 II    
The Old Vicarage 1087494 II    
Tower to North West of Fulwood House 1087489 II    
West End 1087496 II    
West Green Bridge 1335634 II    
White Cottage 1087455 II    
Wormanby Farmhouse 1045884 II    
Wormanby House 1335660 II    
Yew Tree Cottage 1054731 II    
Hadrian's Wall Vallum between West End, Burgh by Sands and the eastern boundary of Dykesfield 1018308 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall vallum between east side of road at Burgh Head, and boundary south of Ash Tree Square, Burgh-by-Sands in wall miles 71 and 72 1018458 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Burgh by Sands Roman fort, Beaumont camp, Burgh Castle and Hadrian's Wall from boundary west of churchyard, Beaumont to Burgh Head in wall miles 70 and 71 1018457 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall between Fulwood House at Burgh by Sands and Burgh Marsh in wall miles 72 and 73 1014698 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall vallum between the dismantled railway west of Kirkandrews Farm and the dismantled railway south east of Burgh by Sands in wall miles 70 and 71 1014697 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman fort and watch tower, 800m SSW of Amberfield 1007067 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement and field system N of Moorhouse 1007070 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement enclosures, 800m north west of Farhill 1007081 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings.

Church of St Michael, Burgh By Sands
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Church of St Michael, Burgh By Sands
- Extract from: Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland, by Daniel Scott, 1899. p.30. Section on "Fighting Bishops and Fortified Churches." "The tower of Burgh-by-Sands Church, close to the Solway, was built at …
King Edward I Monument, Burgh by Sands
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King Edward I Monument, Burgh by Sands
- The monument marks the place on Burgh Marsh, by the Solway Firth, where King Edward I of England died (age 68) on the 7th of July, 1307 after developing dysentery. …
Moorhouse Hall
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Moorhouse Hall
- Overview Map Street View Moorhouse Hall in Moorhouse, Burgh-by-Sands, was built in the mid 18th century. It was marked on Hodgskinson & Donald's map of Cumberland, surveyed 1770, as house …
Friends Meeting House, Moorhouse
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Friends Meeting House, Moorhouse
- Overview Map Street View A former Friends Meeting House (Quakers) is located in Moorhouse. The meeting house was built 1733, replacing an earlier meeting house of 1681. The Meeting closed in …
Quaker Burial Ground, Moorhouse
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Quaker Burial Ground, Moorhouse
- Overview Map Street View Moorhouse in Cumbria was an early meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). A meeting house was built here in 1681 and a plot of …


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