© Mr Roger Ashley
WELL HOUSE AND ATTACHED BASIN APPROXIMATELY 100 METRES SOUTH WEST OF FERMYN WOODS HALL, CAUSIN WAY (west side)
BRIGSTOCK, EAST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Mr Roger Ashley
28 September 2004
23 May 1967
Date of last amendment:
11 January 1988
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BRIGSTOCK CAUSIN WAY
SP98NE (West side)
3/46 Well House and attached basin
23/05/67 approx. 100m. SW of Fermyn
(Formerly listed as Well
Well house and attached basin. c.1828 for the Ladies Fitzpatrick. Limestone
ashlar. Octagonal plan. Perpendicular style. Panelled sides with cusping and
shields. Ogee crocketed domed head with castellated cornice and fishscale
decoration to the panels. Gargoyles at the corners. Lion head spout on front and
iron pump handle to rear. Side panels have initials of the Ladies Fitzpatrick.
Rectangular stone basin, in similar style, is attached to the front.
(Buildings of England: Northamptonshire, p.216; Gotch, J.A., Squire Hones and
Other Old Buildings of Northamptonshire, p.7).