So, when I bought my property we new there was a depression in the middle of a field (well not quite middle maybe 1/3 of the way from the edge, anyhoo). We kept it flagged so the tractor wouldn't drive into it while bush hogging. This weekend I decided I would fill it it so we wouldn't have any issues. Well (and that can be a deep subject), when I was clearing the grass back to back fill it, I noticed the hole was round and lined with bricks. I couldn't see any mortar between them, but they were angle cut so they would form a circle. I dug down a little bit and noticed that it sounded hollow, so I'm not sure what was used to "cap" the "well" but I couldn't dig deep enough to either break through or find what was covering the well. So, should I just pull the bricks (I have uses for them and free/repurposed is great) and back fill, or would this be "the" place to have a well driller put a well? While not the most convenient for where we intend to build, it has great solar view since we'll be off-grid and it is close to centrally located where we'll need water. I'm gonna drive down the road and talk to the guy we bought the property from, hopefully he'll have some in site on the history of the "well".