For this church:
There have been no archaeological excavations to discover the site of the former church, and its exact position remains unknown, although in 1840 it was said to be in a field belonging to a farm owned by Mr J Spencer, and the plan form was still evident having a west tower approximately 6 metres square, a total length of about 20 metres, and width of about 8 metres; there was one aisle on the south side of an additional 3 metres.
In May 1993 an archaeological evaluation was carried out at the site of the shrunken village which revealed a number of Roman and medieval pottery sherds, including the rim sherd of Saxo-Norman Torksey ware. Fragments of daub with wattle impressions were also recovered, as was a coin – a ‘porcupine’ sceat – probably dating from the first quarter of the 8th century. There was no evidence of any ecclesiastical remains found during this evaluation excavation.