Some cultural information on the Blackwater Valley Special Landscape Area from Coggeshall Hamlet to the Feering Conservation Area (NGR TL873203).
  8671   Not given   Roman building found by MJ Campen in 1958.    View on Map 
8752   Not given   Circle of Roman roof tile standing on edge, about size of a cart wheel, found in 1958.    View on Map 
8771   Not given   Cropmarks of linear features, small rectangular (?)enclosure, stretch of curving trackway and recently removed field boundaries; several large rectangular `pits'.    View on Map 
8784   Not given   A half log with two semi-circular depressions was found in 1977 during sewerage works in the bed of the River Blackwater, 10 ft down.    View on Map 
  8802   Not given   Cropmarks of rectangular enclosure cut by hedge, possible ring ditch just outside (within also?).    View on Map 
18809   Possible Roman road between Coggeshall and Kelvedon   Possible Roman road between Coggeshall and Kelvedon    View on Map 
30002   Coggeshall Hall Farmhouse   Late C16 timber framed house.    View on Map 
30003   Barn 20m NW of Coggeshall Hall Farmhouse   Early C16 or earlier timber framed barn.    View on Map 
30064   Pound Farmhouse   Late C16 timber framed house with later extensions.    View on Map 
30028   Old Wills Farmhouse   C14/C15 timber framed house altered in C16 and C20.    View on Map 

In addition, SMR No. 45481 (Colchester) lists field walking finds from Aldham, Marks Tey and Kelvedon.

Areas of Archaeological Interest:
There are significant sized areas of archaeological importance south of Coggeshall (NGR TL845216), and northeast of Kelvedon (NGR TL870190). Significant clusters also occur around Feering (NGR TL867205).

30029   Barn 25m NE of Old Wills Farmhouse   C17 timber framed barn.