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Monday, March 18, 2013

Grade 1 Listed

The 18th Century St Mary's Church in Battersea is a Grade listed building, for obvious reasons. Local history goes back to AD 700, when Battersea contained "45 villagers and 16 smallholders with 14 ploughs and eight slaves, seven mills and woodland enough to pasture fifty pigs". You can read the local history here.

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 1

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Blogger Petrea Burchard said ... (04:15) : 

I don't understand the grading system, but I can google that. If they still had a remnant of a building from AD 700, would it be grade 0?


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