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The primary box-framed structure, dated toconsists of a hall range E and integral cross-wing W with an upper chamber which served as the manor courtroom, with its own external door with an ogee head.
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A sample dated to from a cellar under the cross-wing came from an unprovenanced timber removed during the course of current repairs, and may not necessarily relate to the insertion of the cellar. Mmens large spine beams are chamfered with stepped stops.
Longleat's hall, it will be remembered, is adorned with buck's he and the family crest is a reindeer or gold reindeer. The subsequently revised to date relates to the insertion of a good-quality chequer-board ceiling in the upper bay of the hall, again similar to that at Wolverton but not as elaborate. That the roof-space was intended for accommodation is clear from the remains of fireplaces in each bay, chamfered and stopped purlins, rush-taper marks and a window which at one time would have looked out on to the cross-wing roof.
Therefore, either the weathered chancel rafter-couple was constructed of second-hand timbers unlikely given its exposed situationor the nave roof was constructed later, perhaps afterusing stock-piled timbers. The spurs are shaped like butterfly-hinges and the soffit of the collar has a fine ogee form. Cranage An Architectural of the Churches of Shropshire, 5 Wellington:proposed a 13th-century date for the stonework of the nave and north vestry chapel, one between for the chancel including the roof, and a similar 14th-century date for the nave roof.
The dendrochronology was commissioned by the owner Mr A. Of the hall itself, no original timber elements remain although it has clear evidence of a walk-in oriel window reaching to eaves level at the dais end and of tracery-headed windows with pierced cusping in the side walls. The range is listed as three or four bays long, and menns lateth or early 17th century, with a suggestion that the eaves had been raised.
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The roof of this range has large principal rafters with empty trenches for purlins, and small struts from the tie. The house, although self-contained, seems to represent an addition to a vanished older house.
Only the latter was dated, to The frame has now been exposed, showing that this is not the case, and that a decorative rail caused this confusion. The third phase added to the wing comprises a timber-framed parlour block with a cellar, elaborate plasterwork in shrewwbury upper chamber, and a large external stone stack with twin, ribbed, brick shafts ed by rinys zigzag brickwork. The framing is of simple square panelling, three panels from sill to wallplate, with a long straight tension brace Pussy in severy ks the southern front corner.
Later alterations include an upper cruck of similar form the example from the granary.
The first four bays from the street were floored over giving storage space above while the two end bays were open to the roof ridge. It is likely to be one of the earliest surviving secular buildings in Bridgnorth and the date reported here from a single sample may originate from a replacement timber. Dating commissioned by English Heritage. A T-shaped structure, it consists of a hall and service range containing four pairs of crucks and a contemporary solar cross-wing in box-framing.
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It appears that almost as soon as it was finished it was decided to add a prestigious brick-built parlour wing on the western side. Clearly this could not have occurred if the nave roof was earlier than the chancel.
It is hoped to include Ashwood in a forthcoming publication of the work of a Keele University extra-mural class. Two of the timbers were felled in andbuilding probably took place in and the internal fittings were completed inthe date inscribed. The roof has double Slut wife with a ridge beam.
Two recent finds demonstrate these different paths that finders may take. This building is of stud and panel construction in which all of shfewsbury panels, right up to the top of the gable ends, were originally closed in with horizontal boarding let into grooves in the studs. Features include a cruck-like apex to a main roof truss and a planked fruitwood door.
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The insertion of a chimney-stack between the hall bays created a lobby-entry plan at a ribgs date, possibly when the cross-wing was added. Smith, Houses of the Welsh Countryside, 2nd ed. Dating commissioned by Diverse Productions Ltd. Ashwood, Ash, was the first hsrewsbury in North Shropshire to be sampled in this project; it is hoped to establish a North Shropshire chronology for this area as more buildings are examined.
The dating was commissioned by the owner, Mr Bill Sheridan.
A sample from one of these gave a terminus post quem of after The arch-braced rafter couples of the chancel originally extended to the outer faces of the east and west walls, the timbers from the east face being in situ until their replacement in stone in about Timbers in the house proved undatable, but cores were taken from a stable, which stylistically matches the earliest phase of the house. The original entry faced the road but was later blocked and replaced by a new door at the rear.
Finally, hall and cross wing were brick-cased in a variety of bonds.