The Grey Cairns of Camster are a pair of Neolithic chambered cairns (circa 2000-3500 BC), one round and the other linear, in a secluded hollow near the River Wick. The Camster cairns are considered among the best preserved in Britain and have been carefully restored so that visitors can access the inner chambers.
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"King Edward held Warrington with 3 Berewicks. There is 1 hide. To this manor belonged 34 drengs, and they had as many manors, in which there were 42 carucates of land and 1 1/2 hides. St Elfin held 1 carucate of land quit of every customary due except geld. The whole manor with the hundred rendered at farm to the king £15, less 2s. Now there are in demesne 2 ploughs and 8 men with 1 plough. These men hold land there: Roger 1 carucate of land. Theobald 1 1/2 carucates. Warin 1 carucate. Ralph 5 carucates. William 2 hides and 4 carucates of land. Adelard 1 hide and half a carucate. Osmund 1 carucate of land. The whole of this is worth £4,10s. The demesne is worth £3,10s."
George Inn, London- London, Greater London, England
The George Inn is the last of London's historic galleried inns. The George stands in a small yard just off Southwark High Street, a short stroll from Southwark Cathedral. During the 17th century the George was a major terminus for coaching routes to and from south London. ... more