Wheathampstead Heritage: Virtual Museum Exhibit

Marford Cottage
Grade II Listed
18th Century
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17th/18th century cottage in Marford

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Marford was one of many fords across the River Lea. It was formerly a separate hamlet that stretched along Sheepcote Lane until in the 20th century it became part of Wheathampstead. 

One of the survivors from that earlier era is Marford Cottage, a timber-framed building that dates from the late 17th or early 18th century. 

One of the mills mentioned in the Domesday Book was nearby.

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For further information about the Grade II listing of Marford Cottage, follow the link below to the English Heritage website.


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Marford, Lea, Domesday

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Date Created: 11/12/2012 18:53:26, by: Richard   Date last edited: 05/12/2013 17:19:02, by: adam

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