Gallow Hill (Horsley)
This is the recorded as the site of a set of gallows and a pillory. They were first recorded here in 1294, when they were erected by the lord of the manor, Gilbert de Umfraville. They still stood here in 1629. However, there are no remains to be seen here now.
FIELD OBSERVATION, Ordnance Survey Archaeology Division Field Investigation 1954; J H Ostridge
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