Herefordshire Council’s archaeologists are helping to uncover the mystery of the lost Crafta Webb hamlet.
The former settlement on Bredwardine Hill grew rapidly in the early 1800s as a result of the George Jarvis Charity.
Jarvis left £30,000 in his will to help the poor of the three villages of Bredwardine, Staunton on Wye and Letton and this led to the hamlet’s population growing to more than 400 by the mid 19th century.
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Archaeologists aim to uncover lost Crafta Webb hamlet