Remains of Medieval wayside cross (left)
in front of Wadham House (right)
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Gagingwell's few houses are late 17th or 18th century stone buildings with roofs of Stonesfield Slate or, in one case, thatch. The hamlet has also two 18th or early 19th century stone-built barns.
In 1848 Gagingwell's population was reckoned to be 57 people.
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