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2019-10-11 Boundary Stone
 

 Culcheth-Kenyon Boundary Stone in Brosely Lane.

 

20191011 CLHG Boundary stone Grade II listed Culcheth-Kenyon ODT.

https://mapservices.historicengland.org.uk/printwebservicehle/StatutoryPrint.svc/534464/HLE_A4L_Grade|HLE_A3L_Grade.pdf

A member Culcheth Local History Group has successfully obtained a Grade II listing for the Culcheth-Kenyon Boundary stone marker on Brosely Lane on left hand side of road going from Culcheth to Kenyon, just after junction with Brosely Avenue.

 OS Reference on Historic England Boundary stone Culcheth Keynon listed Grade II PNG

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 Copy of Official Listing

 

Parish Boundary Stone, Broseley Lane

 

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1464173
Date first listed:
16-Aug-2019
Location Description:
On the west side of Broseley Lane (B5207), Culcheth, Warrington, approximately 42.5m north-west of the junction with Broseley Avenue.
Statutory Address:
Broseley Lane, Culcheth, Warrington, WA3 4BG

Map

 


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Location

Statutory Address:
Broseley Lane, Culcheth, Warrington, WA3 4BG

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Location Description:
On the west side of Broseley Lane (B5207), Culcheth, Warrington, approximately 42.5m north-west of the junction with Broseley Avenue.
District:
Warrington (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Culcheth and Glazebury
National Grid Reference:
SJ6467395863

Summary

Boundary Stone, early C19 or earlier.

Reasons for Designation

The Parish Boundary Stone, Broseley Lane, Culcheth, is listed at Grade II for the following principal reasons:

Architectural Interest: * it dates to the early C19 or earlier and there is a general presumption that all surviving pre-1850 parish boundary stones should be listed;

* it survives intact in its original position, with a legible inscription, and includes a non-vertical bench mark that adds to its special interest.

Historic Interest: * the stone is a tangible reminder of the delineation of the limits of parochial jurisdiction during the early C19.

History

The boundary stone is considered to be at least early C19 in date, and to mark the parish boundary between Kenyon and Culcheth, which followed the course of the now culverted Jibcroft Brook. It is depicted on the first edition 1:10,560 Ordnance Survey map, surveyed between 1845 and 1847, and continues to be shown on later editions in the same position as today. The parish boundary was originally marked along its length by a number of boundary stones and posts, of which at least one other is known to survive, situated in a wall adjacent to Boundary Cottages, Wigshaw Lane. The boundary stone was also used as an Ordnance Survey bench mark and is depicted as such on the 1893 1:2,500 Ordnance Survey map. The stone has suffered some minor damage from mowing machines.

Details

Boundary Stone, early C19 or earlier.

MATERIALS: sandstone, painted.

DESCRIPTION: the boundary stone is set on the west verge of Broseley Lane. It has a similar appearance to a small milestone, standing approximately 0.35m high, with a triangular section and a flat top. The latter is inscribed with a non-vertical bench mark symbol. The rear panel is plain, the southern panel is inscribed: BOUN/ CULCHETH and the northern panel is inscribed DARY/ KENYON; the inscription BOUN and DARY forming the word: BOUNDARY. The stone is painted white and all lettering is black.

Sources

Websites
Geograph - SJ6494: Cut Mark Boundary Stone Wigshaw Lane, accessed 18 April 2019 from https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4726854

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing