All Saints' Church, North Scarle, Lincolnshire: Tree-Ring Analysis of Timbers of the Bellframe and Belfry Floor

Author(s): Alison Arnold, Robert Howard

Samples were taken from the timbers of the bellframe and belfry floor. Nine bellframe samples grouped and were combined to form NSCBSQ01, a site sequence of 115 rings. This was found to span the period AD 1602–1716, with the timbers represented being felled in AD 1716. Two of the belfry floor timbers were combined to form site sequence NSCBSQ01. This was dated to the period AD 1331–1482, with both beams being felled in AD 1482. Two further site sequences are undated.

Report Number:
44/2010
Series:
Research Department Reports
Pages:
40
Keywords:
Dendrochronology Standing Building

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