Deserted medieval village west of Quickening Cote (Alwinton) - Source of Reference
The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.
1) Hadcock, R N, 1939. A map of medieval Northumberland and Durham, in Archaeologia Aeliana 4th series, volume 16, p172.
(2) Dodds, M.H. (editor) 1940. A History of Northumberland, vol.15 (Newcastle upon Tyne), 467-8, 488.
2a) Hodgson, J C, 1820. History of Northumberland, part 3, vol 1. (272)
2b) Cal Pat R 1317-21 28
3) Dixon, D.D. 1903. Upper Coquetdale (Newcastle upon Tyne), 34.
4) Field Investigators Comments F1 ASP 07-MAY-1957
5) Field Investigators Comments F2 FDC 27-MAY-1957
6) Field Investigators Comments F3 DS 19-MAY-1970
7) Field Investigators Comments F4 RE 26-JUN-1979
8) Charlton, D B and Day, J C, 1979. Excavation and field survey in Upper Redesdale - Part II, in Archaeologia Aeliana 5th series, volume 7, p209
9) Scheduled Monument Notification 08-Feb-1994
10) Gates,T, 1997. Air Photography and the Archaeology of the Otterburn Training Area
11) Northern Archaeological Associates, 2008. Topographic earthwork survey. Aldensheles deserted medieval settlement, Otterbun ATE, Northumberland. Unpublished NAA 08/24)
12) This record includes National Record of the Historic Environment Information provided by Historic England on 4 January 2021 licensed under the Open Government Licence [http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/]
12a) English Heritage Scheduling Amendment 8/2/94