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ENGLAND
This is a large file! All county names (after the first) are bookmarked. The arrangement of entries is by county, within county by place. Family names are followed by approximate date of house, where this has been established. If you know the name of the house, but are uncertain of its precise location, use the House Index. There are also indexes of Places, giving country and county codes, and Names of Houses. Bedfordshire - Berkshire - Buckinghamshire - Cambridgeshire - Cheshire - Cornwall Cumberland - Derbyshire - Devon - Dorset - Durham - Essex - Gloucestershire Hampshire - Herefordshire - Hertfordshire - Huntingdonshire - Kent - Lancashire Leicestershire - Lincolnshire - Middlesex - Northumberland - Northamptonshire Norfolk - Nottinghamshire - Oxfordshire - Rutland - Shropshire - Somerset Staffordshire - Suffolk - Surrey - Sussex - Warwickshire - Westmorland Wiltshire - Worcestershire - Yorkshire

PLACE INDEX - HOUSE INDEX

BEDFORDSHIRE AMPTHILL bed Ampthill Park Ashburnham - Fitzwilliam - Fitzpatrick - Fox 1661 Built by John Ashburnham, Lord Ashburnham, in 1661. 1720 passed to Richard, Viscount Fitzwilliam; 1736 Anne Fitzpatrick, Lady Gowran. Owned by Henry Richard Vassall Fox - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Bought by the Duke of Bedford in 1842. VCH Bedfordshire. BATTLESDEN bed Battlesden Park Duncombe - Bathurst - Page - Turner 1580? Duncombe family to 1706. Then Allen Bathurst, Baron Bathurst. Sold in 1724 to Sir Gregory Page. Owned by Sir Gregory Osborne Page Turner - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. VCH Bedfordshire. BROMHAM bed Bromham Hall Bray - Dyve - Trevor - Hampden - Rice 1580+ Bray family to 1565; then Sir Lewis Dyve (d. 1592) who built the house. Sold 1708 by Lewis Dyve to Sir Thomas Trevor (d. 1730), created Baron Trevor in 1712. Passed 1764 to Robert Trevor who assumed the name of |Hampden Viscount Hampden 1776. Thomas Trevor Hampden (d. 1824); passed to George Rice Rice. VCH Bedfordshire. BUSHMEAD bed Bushmead Priory Gery 1710+ Built by William Gery (d. 1755). Gery family since medieval times. Owned 1852 by William H.W. Gery. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 82. CADDINGTON bed Markyate Cell Coppin - Pittman - Howell - Adey med Bought by Thomas Coppin 1657. Originally Markyate Priory. John R. Coppin died 1781; passed to Rev John Pittman [= Coppin] (d. 1794). Sold ca. 1795 to Joseph Howell; 1825 to Daniel G. Adey. Adey family to 20 cent. VCH Bedfordshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 122. CAMPTON bed Campton House Ventris - Field - Osborne 1590+ Acquired by John Ventris in 1560. Probably built by Sir Francis Ventris (d. 1627). Passed to John Field in 1743. Sir Charles Ventris Field sold to Sir George Osborne ca. 1800. VCH Bedfordshire. FLITTON CUM SILSOE bed Wrest House Grey - Weddel 1839 Remodelled ca. 1780 in the French chateau style. Rebuilt by 1st Earl de Grey, Baron Lucas. In the Grey family from medieval times to 1859 when passed to Philip Weddel. Old house demolished. VCH Bedfordshire. Neale's Views, I, 1818. English Heritage. Thomas Grey, Earl de Grey (d. 1859). Assuned name of Weddel in in 1803. The Greys of Ruthin go back to the 14 cent. as Earls of Kent. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 34. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. FLITWICK bed Flitwick Hall Honeywood - Cotton - Russell 1620+

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Built by Robert Honeywood (d. 1627). Passed to Cotton family ca. 1650. Enlarged ca. 1750. Bought by the Duke of Bedford 1804. VCH Bedfordshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 8. GOLDINGTON bed Goldington Hall Allen - Palmer - Falconer - Browne 1650? Built by Sir Thomas Allen. Many changes in ownership. Palmer family ca. 1730. Pulled down 1848 and rebuilt by William K. Browne. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 22. HARLINGTON bed Harlington House Wyngate - Pearse 1600? Owned 1854 by George Pearse. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 186. HINWICK bed Hinwick Hall Tyringham - Alston - Orlebar - Levinz - Livesay 1620+ Built by Sir Thomas Tyringham (d. 1636). Sold 1638 to Alston family. Sold 1653 to Richard Orlebar. Passed to Creswell Leviz 1671. Passed to William Livesay. Livesays to 1767. Several owners after that. VCH Bedfordshire. HINWICK bed Hinwick House Orlebar 1695+ Enlarged 1710. Orlebar family from 1647. Built by Richard Orlebar. John Orlebar (d. 1765). Orlebars to 20 cent. VCH Bedfordshire. [Anon] Hinwick House. [Derby, 1960]. HOUGHTON CONQUEST bed Houghton House Conquest - Gowran - Holland - Russell 1608+ Built by Sir Edmund Conquest (d. 1634). Sold 1741 to Lord Gowran. Passed 1818 to Lord Holland. Bought by the Duke of Bedford 1849. VCH Bedfordshire. HOUGHTON REGIS bed Houghton Hall [House] Egerton - Brandreth - Russell 1680+ Bought from John Egerton, 1st Earl of Bridgewater 1654. Sold 1750 by Henry Brandreth to Duke of Bedford - then tenanted. VCH Bedfordshire. LUTON bed Luton Hoo Stuart 1762 Owned by John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Rebuilt in 1762. Large library - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. VCH Bedfordshire. J. Bartlett, Selections, 1851. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. LUTON bed Stockwood Park Crawley 1740+ Owned by Richard Crawley ca. 1707. Built by John Crawley. In Crawley family to 20 cent. VCH Bedfordshire. NORTHILL bed Ickwell Bury Barnardiston - Harvey 1683+ Bought by John Harvey 1680, who rebuilt the house. Harveys to 20 cent. VCH Bedfordshire. Country Life, 117, 1955, 1174. OAKLEY bed Oakley House Cobb - Bromsall - Russell 1670? Built by Paul Cobb. Then owned by Bromsall family. Then by Francis Russell, Marquess of Tavistock - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. VCH Bedfordshire. SANDY bed Hasells Hall Pym 1660? The present house was built c. 1790 - the gardens designed by Repton. Home of the Pym family until 1945. The library was sold by R.C. Pearson (Cambridge) in 1945 - cat. in BL - SC Pearson. Now known as Hazells Hall. Converted to flats. VCH Bedfordshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 67. SHARNBROOK bed The Tofte Boteler - Cornish - Pitchford - Gambier 1613 Boteler family from 1543. Built by Sir Oliver Boteler (d. 1633). Sold 1765 to Vice-Admiral Sir Samuel Cornish (d. 1770). Passed to Admiral Pitchford [=Cornish]. Passed to Admiral Gambier, who was lord of the manor in 1864. VCH Bedfordshire. SHEFFORD bed Chicksands Priory Snowe - Osborn med Large library. Richard Snowe (D. 1553). Passed to Peter Osborn ca. 1575. Osborn family to 20 cent. Remodelled by James Wyatt in 1814. Owned by Sir John Osborn - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. VCH Bedfordshire. S. & N. Buck, Antiquities, I, 1774. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 187. SHEFFORD bed Southill Park Ongley - Whitbread 1795+ Owned by William Henry Whitbread, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. VCH Bedfordshire. SHELTON bed Shelton Hall Malory - Busby - Dillingham - Harris 1620?

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Malory family from 1445 to 1667. Sold by Peter Malory in 1667 to William Busby. Sold 1714 to Theophilus Dillingham. Passed ca. 1800 to Henry Harris (d. 1842). VCH Bedfordshire. SOUTHILL bed Southill Park Byng 1700? Owned by George Byng, Viscount Torrington - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. VCH Bedfordshire. S. Whitbread, Southill. London, 1951. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. TURVEY bed Turvey House Higgins 1740+ Built by John Higgins. In Higgins family to 20 cent. VCH Bedfordshire. WOBURN bed Woburn Abbey Russell 1550+ Seat of the Dukes of Bedford since 16c. Library built by Henry Holland. There are two other libraries. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. VCH Bedfordshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 190. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. S. Jones, Views, 1829. G.S. Thomson. Woburn Abbey. Derby: English Life, [1955]. BERKSHIRE ABINGDON ber Besselsleigh Leigh - Besils - Fettiplace - Lenthall med Bought by William Lenthall, Speaker of the Long Parliament (d. 1662). Demolished 1784. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 117. ALDERMASTON ber Aldermaston House Forster - Stawel - Congreve 1500+ Owned by William Congreve - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitations, I, 8152, 46. Jones, Views, I, 1829. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. ARBORFIELD ber Arborfield Hall Standen - Aldworth - Reeves - Conroy 1654 Standens pulled down old house. Edward Standen (d. 1730). Passed to Richard Aldworth. Sold to Pelsant Reeves; George Pelsant Dawson. Second house demolished 1835. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 186; 2nd series, II, 1855, 228. Third house built by Sir John Conroy. COLESHILL ber Coleshill House Bouverie 1650 Built 1650, designed by Inigo Jones. Sir George Pratt; Pleydell family. Owned by Jacob Pleydell Bouverie, Earl of Radnor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. EASTHAMPSTEAD ber Easthampstead Park Trumbull - Sandys - Hill 1620? Granted to William Trumbull (d. 1635), diplomatist. Owned by Sir William Trumbull, friend of Alexander Pope. Owned 1855 by grandson of 2nd Marquess of Downshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 151. ENGLEFIELD ber Englefield House Englefield - Wrighte - Benyon - De Beauvoir med The Englefield family since medieval times. Benyon family since 1789. Owned by Richard Benyon De Beauvoir - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. Owned by Sir W. Benyon. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 154. S. Jones, Views, 1829. FARINGDON ber Buckland Yate - Throckmorton - Courtenay 1545 Yate family to 1690; then Sir Robert Throckmorton (d. 1721). Present house built 1757 by Sir Robert Throckmorton. Large library. Owned by Charles Courtenay (brother of Sir George Throckmorton) - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 176. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HUNGERFORD ber Littlecote Darell - Popham 1520+ Built by Darell family. Francis Popham (d. 1730). Passed to Lt Gen Edward W. Leyborne = Popham. Owned 1852 by Edward W. Popham. Numerous remodellings. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 5. Good library. [Anon] Littlecote. London, 1900. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 5. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Nash, Mansions, II, 1840. LOWER BASILDON ber Basildon Park Fane - Sykes 1750? Designed by Carr. Owned by Fane/Vane family; then Francis Sykes in 1766. Owned by Sir Francis Sykes - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. National Trust. G. Jackson-Stops, Basildon Park. London, 1982. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. C. Campbell, Ne w Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. S. Jones, Views, 1929. Contents sold Oct. 16+ 1920. MAIDENHEAD ber Cliveden

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Villiers - Hamilton - Warrender 1650+ Owned by George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham; then Lord William Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney; then Sir George Warrender; then the Duke of Westminster. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 226. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. NEWBURY ber Welford Park Parry - Jones - Archer - Eyre - Houblon 1580+ Bought from the Parry family in 1618 by Sir Francis Jones, a London merchant. Ca. 1680 passed to John Archer by marriage. Now owned by J. Puxley. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. SHOTTESBROOKE ber Shottesbrooke House Noke - Powle - Cherry - Vansittart med William Trussell (1340); Trussell family to 1480; then Noke; Powle; Cherry; Francis Cherry (d. 1713); Vansittart family. Owned by Arthur Vansittart - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SONNING ber Holme Park Halstead - Rich - Palmer med Rich family to 1803. Sold to Richard Palmer in 1795. Owned by Robert Palmer - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 67. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SUNNINGHILL ber Silwood Park Simson 1787 Built by Sir James Sibbald in 1787. Owned by George Simson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SUNNINGHILL ber Sunninghill Park Carey - Draper - Crutchley 1630 Owned by Thomas Carey in 1630; then Sir Thomas Draper (1660); Jeremiah Crutchley (1769). Owned by George Henry Crutchley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 140. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SWALLOWFIELD ber Sallowfield Park Hyde 1678 Built by Henry Hyde, 2nd Earl of Clarendon. Country Houses Association. WINDSOR ber Beaumont Lodge Thynne - Hastings - Griffiths - Flower 1700? Built by Henry Frederick Thynne; then owned by the Duchess of Kent; Marquess of Beaumont; Warren Hastins; Henry Griffiths. Owned by Henry Jeffry Flower, Viscount Ashbrook - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Also known as Bowman Lodge. S. Jones, Views, 1929. WINDSOR ber Frogmore House Royal Residence 1709+ Royal house. Recently restored. Libraries? WOKINGHAM ber Bearwood Walter 1780? Purchased from the Crown in 1816 by the Walter family. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE AMERSHAM buk Shardeloes Drake 1758+ Complex history before acquired by William Drake in 1632. Built by William Drake M.P. Library, designed by James Wyatt. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 248. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. Country Life, 34, 1913, 18. BEACONSFIELD buk Hall Barn Wenman - Waller - Aislabie 1670+ Built by Edmund Waller, the poet. Owned by John Aislabie, who added the Great Room (Colen Campbell) in 1724. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. BIDDLESDEN buk Biddlesden House Peckham - Grey - Villiers - Sayer - Morgan 1580? Granted to Sir George Villiers 1614. Sold 1681 to Henry Sayer. Rebuilt by Sayer ca. 1731. Large library. Owned in 1852 by George Morgan. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 30. BURNHAM buk Huntercombe Manor Skydmore - Darrell - Evelyn - Eyre - Popple 1660+ Owned by George Evelyn, John's cousin. Thomas Eyre in 1705. Capt. Sayer 1790; John Popple (d. 1831). N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. Contents sold Nov 4-6, 1924. CHALFONT ST PETER buk Chalfont House [Park] Drury - Rowse - Jeffreys - Selman - Churchill 1755

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By 1728 owned by John Wilkins. Lester Selman ca. 1740. Built by General Churchill, Horace Walpole's brotherin-law. Remodelled by Salvin ca. 1836. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 30. CHENIES buk Chenies Manor House Russell 1500+ 16 century home of the Earls of Bedford - John Russell, 1st Earl d. 1555. Refaced 1802. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. CHETWODE buk Chetwode Priory Risley - Brewer - Pudsey - Jesson - Bracebridge 1450+ Owned by Risley family from 1582. Passed to Thomas Brewer; Pudsey; Jesson; Bracebridge. Owned 1855 by Walter H. Bracebridge. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 133. CHICHELEY buk Chicheley Hall Chester 1719+ Built for Sir John Chester. Library in attic. Now owned by Nicholas Beatty. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. M. Binney, Chicheley Hall, [1876?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 94. CHILTON buk Chilton House Hampden - Pawlet - Croke - Carter 1740+ Built by Chief Justice Carter - on the model of Buckingham House in London. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. CRESLOW buk Creslow Manor House Stretley - Holland - Clifford med Built by John Stretley ca. 1350. Remodelled ca. 1646 by Cornelius Holland. Owned by the Clifford family 1671. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. DENHAM buk Denham Place Peckham - Bowyer - Hill - Way 1688+ Built by Sir Roger Hill. Altered 1772+ by Lewis Way. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. Contents sold May 10-12, 1920. DINTON buk Dinton Hall Warham - Vanhattem - Gooddall 1500+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 236. DITTON PARK buk Ditton Park Winwood - Montagu - Scott 1620 House may be ca. 1500. Sir Ralph Winwood (1620); Edward Montagu, 1st Baron Montagu. Burned in 1812. Rebuilt. Owned by Henry James Scott, Lord Montagu - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. DODDERSHALL buk Doddershall Park Prideaux 1525+ Tudor with William & Mary additions. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 21. DORNEY buk Dorney Court Gerard - Palmer 1500+ Sir William Gerard (d. 1607); Sir James Palmer; Charles Palmer (1725). Owned by Sir Charles Harcourt Palmer J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Still owned by Palmer family. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DORTON buk Dorton House Aubrey - Dormer - Bertie 1626+ Altered ca. 1750. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. DROPMORE buk Dropmore House Grenville 1793+ Built by William Wyndham Grenville, Baron Grenville; designed by Samuel Wyatt. Lond library. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. FULMER buk Fulmer Grove Eskrigge - Calvert - Kaye 1833 Rebuilt by John Kaye. Earlier history uncertain. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 6. GAWCOTT buk Lenborough Manor House Ingoldsby - Robinson - Rogers - Gibbon - Clifden 1772+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Bought by Viscount Clifden 1815. GAYHURST buk Gayhurst House Wrighte 1605+ Rebuilt by George Wrighte ca. 1704. Owned by Miss A.B. Wrighte - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 7. GREAT BRICKHILL buk Great Brickhill Manor Duncombe 1550? Duncombe family from 1527. Owned 1855 by Philip D.P. Duncombe. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 90.

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GREAT HAMPDEN buk Hampden House Hampden - Trevor med Altered ca. 1750. Owned by John Hampden. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Passed to Sir John Trevor, who changed his name to Hampden. The Barons Trevor = Viscounts Hampden. VCH, Buckinghamshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 184. GREAT LINFORD buk Great Linford Manor Butler - Thompson - Napier - Pritchard - Uthwatt 1730+ Complex ownership history. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. GREAT MISSENDEN buk Missenden Abbey Hampden - Fleetwood - Oldham 1790+ Owned by Crown to 1560. Richard Hampden 1560; William Fleetwood 1574. Bought by James Oldham Oldham, a Holborn ironmonger. Remodelled 19 cent. Library. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. HARLEYFORD buk Harleyford Manor Bold - Hobart - Paget - Clayton 1755 Orig. house passed from Richard Bold to Miles Hobart 1597. Owned by William, Lord Paget 1640. 1755 house built by Sir William Clayton. Library. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. HARTWELL buk Hartwell House Hampden - Lee 1620+ Acquired by Thomas Lee 1619. Remodelled 18 cent. Library. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. W.H. Smyth, Aedes Hartwellianae. London, 1864. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 12; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 116. Contents sold Apr 26-28, 1938. HENLEY-ON-THAMES buk Fawley Court Sackville - Whitelock - Freeman 1684+ Designed by Wren. Built by William Freeman. Freeman family since ca. 1684. Altered 1771. Library (designed by James Wyatt). Owned by Strickland Freeman - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Marian Fathers. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960.N. Contents sold July 14-18, 1952. HIGH WYCOMBE buk Hughenden Manor Disraeli 1780? Library intact. National Trust. Benjamin Disraeli's house from 1847-1881. Remodelled 1862. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. HIGH WYCOMBE buk Wycombe Abbey Smith - Shelburne 1700? Abel Smith (1775+); Robert Smith (1752-1838). Remodelled 1795 by Wyatt for the Shelburnes. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. HORSENDON buk Horsenden House Cotton - Fielder - Grubbe 1810 N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Owned by Grubbe family from 1662 to 1841. Rebuilt 1810. VCH, Buckinghamshire. IVER buk Iver Manor House Paget - Clowes 1550+ Demolished 1800 by Charles Clowes. VCH, Buckinghamshire. IVER buk Richings Park Bathurst 1700+ Built by Allen Bathurst, 1st Earl Bathurst. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. KINGSEY buk Tythrop House Herbert 1680+ Built for a grandson of the 4th Earl of Pembroke. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Country Life, 15, 1904, 306. Contents sold Aug 21-22, 1933. LANGLEY MARISH buk Langley Park Spencer - Harvey 1740? Built by Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough. Purchased by Harvey family in 1788. Owned by Sir Robert Bateson Harvey - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 39. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LATHBURY buk Lathbury Park Andrewes - Mansel 1801 Orig. house built by Sir William Andrewes in 1620+. Rebuilt by Mansel D. Mansel. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LEDBURN buk Ledburn Manor House Enderby 1670+ Owned by Enderby family ca. 1470. Enlarged 1740+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LISCOMBE buk Liscombe Park

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Lovett 1575+ Lovett family since medieval times. Remodelled 1774 by Sir Jonathan Lovett. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LITTLE LINFORD buk Little Linford Hall Thompson - Kilpin - Knapp 1680+ Built by John Kilpin. Passed to John Knapp 1700. Altered ca. 1740. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. LITTLE MARLOW buk Manor House Wilmot - Borlase - Hippisley - Warren - Nugent 1730+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Acquired by Borlase Warren in 1701. Sold to Sir George Nugent 1810. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LITTLE MARLOW buk Westhorpe House Chase - Maddox - Faukener 1780+ Built by James Chase M.P. ca. 1707. Owned by Isaac Maddox, Bishop of Worcester (d. 1759). Owned by Everard Faukener ca. 1760+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LITTLE MISSENDEN buk Manor House Penn - Curzon 1620+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. LOUGHTON buk Manor House Pigott - Hopper - Hanslapp - Gee 1500+ Rebuilt 1580 by Valentine Pigott. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. MARLOW buk Danesfield House Murray 1800? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 38. MEDMENHAM buk Medmenham Abbey Duffield - Dashwood 1595+ Owned by Francis Duffield; rented by Sir Francis Dashwood - where the Hell-Fire Club met. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. MIDDLE CLAYDON buk Claydon House Verney 1750+ Built by Ralph, 2nd Earl Verney. Large library. Built as a rival to Stowe. National Trust. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852. NETHER WINCHENDON buk Nether Winchendon Goodwin - Tyringham - Bernard 1559+ Has archives and a library. Remodelled 1780. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. Country Life, 127, 1960, 924, 986, 1062. NORTH CRAWLEY buk Crawley Grange Boswell 1580+ Restored ca. 1690. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. OLNEY buk Weston Underwood Olney - Throckmorton 1570? Owned by the Throckmorton family since 1570. Sir Robert Throckmorton (d. 1580) built original house. Added to in 1710+. Owned by Sir George Throckmorton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. OVING buk Oving House Pilsworth - Aubrey 1620+ Remodelled 1740+ by Charles Pilsworth M.P. Enlarged ca. 1780. Leased to Sir Digby Aubrey (d. 1858). N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. Country Life, 124, 1958, 1172, 1232. PRINCES RISBOROUGH buk Manor House Lely - Penton - Grubbe - Villiers 1670+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Sold to Sir Peter Lely 1671. Sold by the Pentons to John Grubbe of Horsendon. Bought 1841 by the Duke of Buckingham. VCH, Buckinghamshire. SHALSTONE buk Shalstone House Purefoy 1750+ Built by George Purefoy (d. 1661). Altered 1750. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. In the Purefoy family from 1579. VCH, Buckinghamshire. SHERINGTON buk Bancroft Manor Bancroft 1607 N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Not VCH. SLOUGH buk Baylis House Hascard - Godolphin - Wedderburn 1695+ Built by Dean Gregory Hascard of Windsor. Altered ca. 1733 for Dr Godolphin of Eton. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Owned by Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Earl of Rosslyn (d. 1805). VCH, Buckinghamshire.

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STOKE POGES buk Manor House Hastings - Coke 1560+ Built by Sir Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon. Later owned by Sir Edward Coke. Rebuilt 1798-1801. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. STOKE POGES buk Sefton Park Sefton 1780+ Seat of the Earls of Sefton. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. STOKE POGES buk Stoke Park Coke - Villiers - Gayer - Halsey - Penn 1555 Sir Edward Coke (d. 1634); Edmund Halsey (d. 1729); Thomas Penn (1760). Rebuilt in 1789; designed by James Wyatt. Owned by John Penn - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Often visited by Gray. Sold to John Gayer (d. 1657) in 1660. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 220. STOWE buk Stowe House Temple 1715 Viscount Cobham. MS. cat of the library at Stowe [1839] compiled by Charles O'Conor in Buckinghamshire RO D114/71. Bought by Earl of Ashburnham now in British Library. Manuscripts. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 96. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Contents sold Aug 15+, 1848. TAPLOW buk Taplow Court Hamilton - Hampson - Douglas - Fitzmaurice 1750+ Owned by Thomas John Hamilton Fitzmaurice, Viscount Kirkwall - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. THORNTON buk Thornton Hall Tyrell - Cotton - Sheppard 1740+ Passed from the Tyrells to Rev William Cotton; Thomas Sheppard ca. 1800. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. TURVILLE buk Turville Park Perry - Copley 1720+ Built by William Perry. Owned by John S. Copley, Baron Lyndhurst (d. 1863). N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. TURWESTON buk Manor House Haynes 1670+ Leased by the Dean & Chapter Westminster. Enlarged in 18 cent. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. TYRINGHAM buk Tyringham House Tyringham - Backwell - Praed med Tyringham family 1187-1685. John Backwell (1685). Owned by William Praed. Demolished in 1800. Rebuilt by Praed. Designed by John Soane. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Country Life, 42, 1917, 628. UPPER WINCHENDON buk The Wilderness Wharton 1650+ Built by the 1st Marquess of Wharton. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Demolished by the 2nd Duke of Marlborough. VCH, Buckinghamshire. WEST WYCOMBE buk West Wycombe House [Park] Dormer - Dashwood - King 1760 Owned by Sir Robert Dormer (1602); Sir Samuel Dashwood (1698). Built by Sir Francis Dashwood ca. 1760. Owned by Sir John Dashwood King, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. National Trust. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 271. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. WESTBURY buk Westbury Manor Mordaunt - Washington - Little - Price 1760+ Price family from 1650 (Roger Price) to 1740. Then Price Withers. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. WESTON TURVILLE buk Manor House Windsor - Hill - Tomkins 1750+ N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Acquired by William Hill 1618. Passed to Henry Tomkins 1754. VCH, Buckinghamshire. WHADDON buk Whaddon Hall Giffards - Pigott - Willis - Selby - Lowndes 1820+ Old seat of the Giffards & Pigotts. Thomas Willis 1698. Browne Willis (library in Bodley). N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. WINSLOW buk Winslow Hall Lowndes 1700

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Built by William Lowndes, Secretary to the Treasury. Designed by Wren. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Country Life, 110, 1951, 572. WOLVERTON buk Wolverton Hall Longville 1586 Medieval house rebuilt 1586. Pulled down ca. 1725. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. WOOBURN buk Wooburn House Bertie - Wharton - Wilson 1769 Built by a Bertie. Owned by Sir Giffen Wilson (d. 1848). N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. WOTTON UNDERWOOD buk Wotton House Grenville 1705+ Built by Richard Grenville. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. Country Life, 106, 1947, 38, 182. CAMBRIDGESHIRE ABINGTON PIGOTTS cam Abington Hall Pigott - Graham - Graham-Foster-Pigott 1830+ Earlier house (Pigotts) replaced in 1830 by Lt. Col. G.E. Graham. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ARRINGTON cam Wimpole Hall Yorke 1719 National Trust. Home of the Earls of Hardwicke. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J. Kip, I, 1715. BABRAHAM cam Babraham Hall Taylor - Palavicino - Bennet - Jones 1580+ Built by Robert Taylor; acquired by Sir Horatio Palavicino in 1589. Demolished in 1767. Robert Jones, of the East India Company built a new house in 1770. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BOTTISHAM cam Bottisham Hall Alington - Jenyns 1797 Built for George Jenyns, Prebendary of Ely. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 121. CAXTON cam Bourn House Hagar - Lyell - De La Warr - West 1580? Altered by H. Repton ca. 1780. Owned by George John West, Earl de la Warr - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. CHEVELEY cam Cheveley Park Jermyn - Manners 1670+ Built Henry Jermyn; passed to the Manners family. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHILDERLEY cam Childerley Hall Cutts - Calvert 1560+ Built by Sir John Cutts. Restored in 1850 by General Calvert. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHIPPENHAM cam Chippenham Park Rivett - Russell - Smith - Tharp 1550+ Sir Thomas Rivett (d. 1582); Admiral Edward Russell, Earl of Orford (d. 1727). Rebuilt by Russell, designed by Inigo Jones. Remodelled ca. 1780 by Drummond Smith. Bought 1791 by - Tharp. Owned 1852 by Joseph S. Tharp. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 34. CONINGTON cam Conington Hall Cotton - Gardner 1730+ The property was acquired in 1644 by Sir Thomas Cotton, son of the great collector. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DULLINGHAM cam Dullingham House Jefferson 1700+ Jeffersons there from 1656 to 1947. Landscaped by Repton in 1801. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ELY cam Chettisham Hall Layton 1810 Also known as Woodhouse. Built by William Layton; owned 1853 by his son William. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 119.

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FORDHAM cam Fordham Abbey Metcalfe 1760+ Built by William Metcalfe. Earlier house belonged to Sir Charles Wager. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FULBOURN cam Fulbourn Manor House Towneley 1680+ In the Towneley family since 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GAMLINGAY cam Tetworth Hall Pedley 1710+ Built by John Pedley, M.P. for Huntingdonshire. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GODMANCHESTER cam Island Hall Vane - Percy 1750? Owned by the Vane Percys. GRAYS THURROCK cam Belmont Castle Button 1795 Built by Zacharias Button. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT ABINGTON cam Abington Hall Western - Mortlock - Gideon - Pitt 1712 Earlier house owned by Robert Taylor disappeared. Western was a London ironmonger. Remodelled 1780. Let to Sir Sampson Gideon, Cambridge banker; Earl of Chatham. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HASLINGFIELD cam Haslingfield Hall Wendy 1555+ Remodelled by Sir Thomas Wendy (d. 1673). Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HATLEY ST GEORGE cam Hatley Park St George - Cotton - Pearse 1700+ Several remodellings. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J. Kip, I, 1715. Contents sold May 13-15, 1935. HILDERSHAM cam Hildersham Hall Fassett 1814+ Built by Thomas Fassett. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HINXTON cam Hinxton Hall Jones 1750+ Built by John Bromwell Jones. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORSEHEATH cam Horseheath Hall Alington - Bromley 1665 Built by William 1st Lord Alington. Acquired in 1700 by John Bromley, a Barbados sugar planter. Demolished in 1792. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. ICKLETON cam Caldrees Manor O'Brien - Wyndham 1810+ Henry O'Brien acquired the estate ca. 1715 - created Earl of Thomond. Owned by George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. IMPINGTON cam Impington Hall Pepys - Pine-Coffin 1579 Built by John Pepys, grandfather of the diarist. In the Pepys family till 1805 when it passed to the family of Pine-Coffin. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ISLEHAM cam Isleham Hall Peyton 1620+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KIMBOLTON cam Kimbolton Castle Montagu 1615? Home of the Earls and Dukes of Manchester from 1615 to 1950. Now owned by Kimbolton School. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1880. F.L.P. Maurice, A Short History of Kimbolton. Kimbolton, 1954. Library sold July 11, 1947. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 64. LANDWADE cam Landwade Hall Cotton med Seat of the Cotton family until ca. 1750 when they moved to Madingley Hall. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LODE cam Anglesey Abbey Hobson - Downing 1600

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Built on the site of an Augustinian Abbey. Owned by Sir George Downing, founder of Downing College. National Trust. Kentworth-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. R. Fedden, Anglesey Abbey. Oxford, 1968; 1982. MADINGLEY cam Madingley Hall Hinde - Cotton 1550? Built by Serjeant Sir John Hinde in 1550. Bought by Sir John Cotton ca. 1641.Owned by Sir St Vincent Cotton - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. [Anon] Madingley Hall. Loughborough, 1970. J. Kip, I, 1715. MEPAL cam Fortrey Hall Fortrey 1620+ Samuel Fortrey, a London merchant and refugee from the Netherlands. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MILTON cam Milton Hall Knight 1790+ Built by Rev Samuel Knight who had bought the property from Jeremhiah Pemberton of Trumpington. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. PAPWORTH EVERARD cam Papworth Hall Cheere 1810+ Built by Charles Madryll Cheere. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Contents sold Sep 25-29, 1911. SAWSTON cam Sawston Hall Hodleston 1580+ Built by Sir John Hodleston. Catholic family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. [Anon] Sawston Hall. Derby: English Life, [1956]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 139. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. SHEPRETH cam Tyrells Hall Tyrell - Petre - Coxall - Woodham med Much remodelled. earliest surviving parts are 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHUDY CAMPS cam Shudy Camps Park Dayrell 1702+ Built by Sir Marmaduke Dayrell. Remodelled 1850. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ST NEOTS cam Croxton Park Leeds - Newton 1761 Acquired by Dr Edward Leeds in 1573. New house built by Edward Leeds. Purchased by Samuel Newton in 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 245. STETCHWORTH cam Stetchworth Park Eaton 1798+ The Jacobean house was demolished in 1796. Rebuilt by Richard Eaton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SWAFFHAM PRIOR cam Swaffham Prior House Allix 1752+ Built by Dr John Allix (d. 1758), Dean of Gloucester and Ely. Estate owned by the Allix family since 1751. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TRUMPINGTON cam Anstey Hall Thompson 1680+ Built by Anthony Thompson. Now offices. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TRUMPINGTON cam Trumpington Hall Pytcher - Pemberton 1710+ Sir Francis Pemberton, Lord Chief Justice, bought the house - a Tudor mansion - in 1675. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WEST WRATTING cam West Wratting Park Perne - Jacob 1790+ The estate was bought in 1571 by Andrew Perne, master of Peterhouse, and given to the College (sold in 1909). The 1730 rebuilding was by Col. Sir John Jacob, 3rd Bart. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WILBURTON cam Berristead Thompson - Pell 1600+ Built by Alice Thompson, wife of Sir John Thompson. Bought by Sir Albert Pell in 1817. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WISBECH cam Wisbech Castle Thurloe 1658

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Built by John Thurloe. Demolished in 1815. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHESHIRE ACTON che Dorfold Hall Wilbraham - Tollemache 1616 Built by Ralph Wilbraham. Library redesigned in 1772. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 122. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 20. ADLINGTON che Adlington Hall Legh 1505+ Home of the Legh family since 1315. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. L.M. Angus-Butterworth, Old Cheshire Families, 1932, 105. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 23. J. Nash, Mansions of England, IV, 1849. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 100. AGDEN che Agden Hall Venables - Southam 1620+ Remodelled ca. 1820 by John J. Southam. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 57. ALDERLEY che Alderley Park Stanley 1800? Burned in 1779. Demolished 1958. The Stanleys moved here from their Old Hall estate. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. L.M. Angus-Butterworth, Old Cheshire Families, 1932, 209. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 87. ALDERLEY che Alderly Old Hall Stanley 1600? Burned in 1779. The Stanleys moved to Park House. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ALDERSEY che Aldersey Hall Aldersey med J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 120. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 39. Rebuilt ca. 1807 by Rev Samuel Aldersey. ALTRINCHAM che Oldfield Hall Rigby - Lloyd 1815 Built by William Rigby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Demolished. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 75. Owned 1850 by Edward J. Lloyd. APPLETON che Appleton Hall Warburton - Lyon 1810+ Rebuilt ca. 1810. Owned 1853 by Thomas Lyon. J.B. Burke, Visitations, II, 1853, 127. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 81. ASHLEY che Ashley Hall Assheton 1560? Remodelled ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ASHTON che Peel Hall Hardware 1637 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ASTON BY BUDWORTH che Arley Hall [Park] Warburton 1833+ Modernised 1758. Old Hall rebuilt ca. 1833-42 by Rowland Egerton Warburton. Orig. house built ca. 1520 by Piers Warburton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 61. Large library with bookcases by Hering. AUDLEM che Highfields Dod - Baker 1567 Built by William Dod; remodelled by William baker, 1615. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BIRKENHEAD che Arrowe Hall Shaw 1835+ Built by J.R. Shaw. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 82. BIRKENHEAD che Birkenhead Manor Jackson 1840? Built by William Jackson. Large library. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 86. BIRTLES che Birtles Hall Hibbert - Howarth - Norton 1780+

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J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Owned 1850 by Thomas Hibbert. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 117. BOLESWORTH che Bolesworth Castle Tilson - Barbour - crallan 1829+ Replaced a house built by John Tilson ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 45. Owned 1850 by Thomas Crallan. BOSTOCK che Bostock Hall Tomkinson - France 1775 Built by Edward Tomkinson, designed by Samuel Wyatt. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 62. Twycross, I, 1850, 138. Owned 1850 by James F. France. BRADWALL che Bradwall Hall Latham 1800+ Replaced an earlier house. Built by John Latham, President of the Royal College of Physicians. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 127. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 131. BRERETON che Brereton Hall Brereton - Holte - Bracebridge - Howard 1586+ Brereton family till 1722; then the Holte family; Bracebridge; bought by John Howard in 1830 and restored. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. Twycross, I, 1850, 141. BROMBOROUGH che Bromborough Hall Bradshaw - Mainwaring 1668+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 61. Owned 1850 by rev. james Mainwaring. BROXTON che Broxton Old Hall Dod - Egerton 1595+ Built by Thomas Dod; bought by Sir Philip Egerton 1670. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BUGLAWTON che Buglawton Hall Pearson 1580+ Enlarged ca. 1720. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 143. Owned 1850 by Samuel Pearson. BULKELEY che Bulkeley Hall Bulkeley 1780+ Built by Thomas Bulkeley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CALVELEY che Calveley Hall Davenport 1670+ Enlarged and rebuilt ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 116-18. Owned 1850 by Arthur H. Davenport, who also owned Capesthorne. CAPENHURST che Capenhurst Hall Richardson 1792+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CARDEN che Carden Hall Leche 1450+ Owned by Leche family since medieval times. John Leche, 1671. Owned 1853 by John L. Leche. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 121. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 27. CHELFORD che Astle Hall Dixon 1780+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions. II, 1850, 113. CHELFORD che Capesthorne Davenport 1720? Remodelled in 1839. Fire 1861. Large library. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 244. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 103. Owned 1850 by Arthur H. davenport, who also owned Calveley Hall. Part of library sold May 10-11, 1907. L.F. Bromley-Davenport, Capesthorne. Derby: English Life, [1959]. [Anon] Capesthorne Hall. Derby: English Life, 1985. CHESTER che Vicar's Cross Seller - Folliott 1812 Built by William Seller; then owned by George Folliott (1838) who enlarged the house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Demolished. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 49. Large library.

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Owned 1850 by George Folliott. CHORLTON che Chorlton Hall Clutton - Ormerod - Wicksted 1664 Owned by Clutton family since Henry VII. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Occupied by George Ormerod, the Cheshire historian. CHRISTLETON che Littleton Hall Dixon 1806 Built by Thomas Dixon. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 43. Owned 1850 by Thomas Dixon. CHURCH LAWTON che Lawton Hall Lawton 1550+ Acquired by William Lawton in 1541. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLAUGHTON WITH GRANGE che Claughton Manor Jackson 1840+ Built by William jackson, M.P. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLUTTON che Craden Hall Leche 1500? Burned in 1912. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLUTTON che Lower Carden Hall Leche 1620+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. COMBERBATCH che Marbury Hall Marbury - Barrymore - Smith-Barry 1660+ Owned by John Smith-Barry. Rebuilt by A. Salvin ca. 1850. J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 200. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 634. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 64. COMBERMERE che Combermere Abbey Cotton - Combermere 1540+ Large library. Owned by Stapleton Cotton, Viscount Combermere - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, `1852, 50; 2nd Series, I, 1854, 243. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, III, 1882. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 1. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CONGLETON che Moreton Hall Ackers 1602+ Rebuilt in 1843. Owned by George Holland Ackers - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 89. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 137. CRANAGE che Cranage Hall Armitstead 1829 Built by Lawrence Armitstead, designed by Lewis Wyatt. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 144. CREWE che Crewe Hall Crewe 1616+ Large Library. Owned by John Crewe, Lord Crewe - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 9. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839, IV, 1849. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 5. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, III, 1882, 311-12. Christleton che Christleton Hall Harpur - Brock - Ince 1670+ Headquarters of Sir William Brereton's army in the Civil War. Burned 1645. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Rebuilt by Harpur family. Bought by Thomas Brock 1771. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 43. DARESBURY che Daresbury Hall Heron - Chadwick 1759 Built by General George Heron. Now a home for spastics. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 267. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 76. Owned 1850 by Samuel B. Chadwick DARNHALL che Darnhall Hall Corbett - Lee 1570+ Sir Reginald Corbett ca. 1546. Sold to Richard Lee ca. 1620. Bought back in 1730 by William Coprbett. Modernised ca. 1790 by Thomas Corbett. Owned 1852 by Thomas G. Corbett, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 267. DAVENHAM che Davenham Hall Ravenscroft - France-Hayhurst - Harper 1780+

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Built by T.H. Ravenscroft. Later owned by the France-Hayhurst family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 148. Owned 1850 by John H. Harper. DAVENHAM che Whatcroft Hall Robinson - Topping - Atcherley 1750 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DEAN HILL che Betchton Hall Gaskell 1750+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DELAMERE che Delamere Lodge [House] Wilbraham 1784 Built by George Wilbraham. Demolished 1939. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 113. DISLEY che Lyme Hall [Park] Legh med Owned by the Legh family since Edawrd III. Owned by Peter Legh - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. National Trust. J. Bartlett, S|elections, 1851. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 34. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, I, 1824. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 92. J. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. Large library. Owned 1850 by homas Legh. DODDINGTON che Doddington Hall Delves - Broughton med Rebuilt ca. 1780, designed by Samuel Wyatt. Owned by Sir John Delves Broughton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802,. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 13. DUNHAM MASSEY che Dunham Massey Hall Booth - Grey med Home of the Booth family, Earls of Warrington; then the Grey family, Earls of Stamford. Modernised 1730. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. National Trust. [Anon] Dunham Massey. 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 17. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 26-31. DUTTON che Dutton Hall Dutton - Gerard med Taken down and removed to Sussex in 1933. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Memorials of the Duttons of Dutton. Chester, 1901. EATON-BY-CONGLETON che Eaton Hall Eton - Grosvenor - Antrobus 1829+ Rebuilt by Gibbs Crawford Antrobus. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Buckler, Views of Eaton Hall. London, 1826. [Anon] The Eaton Tourist. Chester, 1825. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 168. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, I, 1818. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 102. GAWSWORTH che Gawsworth New Hall Mohun - Harrington 1707+ Built by Lord Mohun (d. 1712). Esate bought by the 1st Earl of Harrington. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GAWSWORTH che Gawsworth Old Hall Fitton - Waithman med J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GAYTON che Gayton Hall Glegg 1720+ Owned by the Glegg family since medieval times. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 58. Owned 1850 by John B. Glegg. GOOSTREY che Blackden Manor Kinsey - Hilditch 1620? Kinsey family to ca. 1820; then Hilditch. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 154. GREAT BUDWORTH che Belmont Hall Smith-Barry - Leigh 1755 Built by J.H. Smith-Barry, designed by James Gibbs. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 69. Owned 1850 by James H. Leigh. Large library. HALTON che Hallwood Chesshyre - Newton - Brooke 1655+ Rebuilt by Thomas Chesshyre ca. 1655. Sold in 1777 to Robert Newton; again in 1800 to the Brookes of Norton Priory. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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HANDFORTH che Handforth Hall Brereton 1560+ Home of Sir William Brereton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HARTFORD che Hartford Manor Milner 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Now owned by the Gas Board. HAZELGROVE che Bramall Hall Bromhale - Davenport 1590+ Now a museum. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E.B. Dean, Bramall Hall. Stockport, 1977. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 103. Morris, Seats, V, 1880, 19. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 89. Contents sold July 9-14, 1923. HENBURY che Henbury Hall Jodrell - Brocklehurst 1750? Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 125. HIGH LEGH che High Legh East Hall Legh 1781+ Built by Thomas Legh ca. 1580. Rebuilt by Henry Cornwall Legh. Replaced Thomas Legh's Elizabethan mansion. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 71. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. HOLLINGWORTH che Hollyngworthe Hall Hollyngworthe med Demolished 1944. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 111. Owned 1850 by Robert de Hollyngworthe. HOOLE che Hoole Hall Bunbury - Baldwin - Lister 1757+ Bought from Sir William Bunbury by Rev. John Baldwin. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 46. Owned 1850 by John Lister. HOOTON che Hooton Hall Stanley med Home of the Stanley family since medieval times. Owned by Sir Thomas Stanley Massey Stanley - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Replaced in 1770-88 by Sir William Stanley, designed by Wyatt. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, II, 1882, 414. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 51. Owned 1850 by Sir William M. Stanley. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold Aug 2-12, 1875. HURDSFIELD che Hurdsfield House Brocklehurst 1810+ Large library. Owned 1850 by John Brocklehurst MP. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 123. IRBY che Irby Hall Glegg 1620+ Bought by Edward Glegg ca, 1660 and remained in the family till 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. JODRELL che Jodrell Hall Legh 1779+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KERMINCHAM che Kermincham Hall Mainwaring 1718 Demolished 1860. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KINDERTON che Kinderton Lodge Bertie - Lindsey 1680+ Built by the 2nd Earl of Abingdon. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KNUTSFORD che Norbury Booths Hall Legh 1745 In the Legh family since 1300. Built by Peter Legh to replace an earlier manor house. Enlarged in 1845. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 66. KNUTSFORD che Tabley House Leicester med Designed by Carr. Rebuilt ca. 1770. Owned by George Leicester, Lord de Tabley - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Manchester University. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 40. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KNUTSFORD che Toft Hall Toft - Leycester med

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Related to the Leicesters of Tabley. Owned by Ralph Leycester, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 162. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 506. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 54. LITTLE BUDWORTH che Oulton Park Done - Egerton 1715 Built by John Egerton; designed by Vanbrugh. Altered by Sir John Grey Egerton ca. 1816. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Burned in 1926. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 97. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 106. LITTLE LEIGH che Belmont House Dutton - Gerard - Fleetwood - Leigh 1710+ Owned by Joseph Leigh - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. LITTLE MORETON che Little Moreton Hall Moreton - Taylor - Ackers 1580+ Also known as Moreton old Hall. National Trust. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. R. Head, Moreton Old Hall. Congleton, 1922. J. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 136. Owned 1850 by George H. Ackers. LYMM che Dane Bank Bodley 1800+ Bodley family. Now a hotel J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LYMM che Lymm Hall Domville - Molineux - Barratt 1580+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 580. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 77. Owned 1850 by James Barratt. MALPAS che Cholmondeley Castle Cholmondeley 1580+ Rebuilt in 1700+ (Vanbrugh); then again in 1801+. Owned by George James Horatio Cholmondeley, Marquess Cholmondeley - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Owned by the Marchioness of Cholmondeley. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 18. MALPAS che Hampton Old Hall Bromley 1591 Bromley family till 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MARPLE che Marple Hall Bradshaw - Isherwood 1670+ Extended ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 40. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, III, 1882, 842. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 108. MERE che Mere New Hall Brooke 1834 Burned in 1975. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 70. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 67. MIDDLEWICH che Middlewich Manor Court - Rolt 1810+ Now a nursing home. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 151. MIDDLEWICH che Ravenscroft Hall Buchanan - Wade 1837 Built for William Buchanan. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 150. MOBBERLEY che Dukinfield Hall [Lodge] Daniell - Dukenfield - Astley 1620+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 43. MOBBERLEY che Mobberley Old Hall Mallory 1620+ Altered in 1686. Sold in 1900. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MOLLINGTON che Mollington Hall Blomfield - Feilden 1756 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 32. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 80. Owned 1850 by John Feilden. MOORE che Moore Hall Heron 1720+

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J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MOSTON che Moston hall Swettenham - Massey 1830+ Formerly home of the Swettenham family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MOTTRAM ST ANDREW che Mottram Hall Booth - Wright 1753+ Bought by the Wright family in 1728. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 119. Large library. Owned 1850 by W. Wright. NANTWICH che Poole Hall Massey 1817 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 127. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, II, 1882, 436. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 21. NANTWICH che Reaseheath Hall Wilbraham - Windsor - Tomkinson 1700? J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NESTON che Ashfield Hall Lyon 1820+ Built by John Hayes Lyon. Demolished 1948. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, mansions, I, 1850, 61. NORLEY che Norley Hall Woodhouse 1782 Remodelled 1845. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 127. OFFERTON che Offerton Hall Dodge - Wright 1710+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. OUGHTRINGTON che Oughtrington Hall Leigh - Trafford - Dewhurst 1810+ In the Leigh family from medieval times. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 60. OVER PEOVER che Peover Hall Mainwaring - Wetenhall med The Mainwaring line ended in 1797. The Wetenhalls assumed the name of Mainwaring. Altered ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 123. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 50. POTT SHRIGLEY che Shrigley Hall Downes - Lowther 1825 Replaced earlier house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Selections, 1851. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 213. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 114. Owned 1850 by Rev. Brabazon Lowther. POULTON-LANCELYN che Poulton Hall Lancelyn - Green med Lancelyn family since medieval times. Randle Green married a Lancelyn in 16 cent. Present house built ca. 1653. Enlarged 1846. Large library. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. R.L. Green, Poulton-Lancelyn. Oxford, 1948. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 223. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 64. POYNTON che Poynton Hall Warren 1750+ Demolished and rebuilt ca. 1830. The seat of Lord Vernon. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 106; II, 1855, 164. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 85. POYNTON che Poynton Towers Warren - Bulkeley - Vernon med Remodelled ca. 1780. Owned by Alice Vernon, Lady Vernon - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Demolished in 1935. PUDDINGTON che Puddington Hall Massey - Stanley - Errington med In Massey family till 1715. Then the Stanleys of Hooton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 69. Owned 1850 by Rowland Errington. RIDLEY che Woodhey Hall Wilbraham 1690

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Totally vanished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. RODE che Ramsdell Hall Dobbs 1720+ Owned by John Dobbs, the engineer. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. RODE che Rode Hall Rode - Baker - Wilbraham med Originally belonged to the Rode family. Then Sir Richard de Wilburgham (1250); Wilbraham family. Modified 1752. Rebuilt ca. 1810. Owned by Randle Wilbraham - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. S. Jones, Views, 1829. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 129. RUNCORN che Aston Hall Aston 1668 Owned 1850 by Arthur Aston. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 47. RUNCORN che Norton Priory Brooke 1780+ Owned by Sir Richard Brooke - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. In the Brooke family since 1540. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 171. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 682. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 44. SANDBACH che Abbeyfield Ford 1817+ E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 142. Ormerod, History of Cheshire, 1882, III, 99-100. In the Ford family from 18 cent. Rebuilt by John Ford in 1817. SANDYMERE che Abbots Moss Hall Cholmondeley - Delamere 1780? J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SHOTWICK che Shotwick Hall Bennet 1662 Bennet family till 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SOMERFORD che Somerford Booths Hall Swetenham 1612 Altered in 1817. In the Swetenham family since medieval times. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SOMERFORD che Somerford Hall Somerford - Oldfield - Shakerley med Rebuilt ca. 1780. Owned by Charles Watkin John Shakerley - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. SOMERFORD BOOTHS che Somerford Booths Hall Swetenham 1612 In the Swetenham family since 1612. Large library built ca. 1615. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 101. SPROSTON che Sproston Wood Sproston 1827 Built by Samuel Sproston. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 216. STAPELEY che Stapeley House Folliott 1778 Home of the Folliott family. Remodelled ca. 1845. Now Council offices. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 156. STOCKPORT che Woodbank Marsland 1812 Built by Peter Marsland, a cotton manufacturer. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 127. STORETON che Storeton Hall Stanley med Earls of Derby derived from the Stanleys of Storeton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SWETTENHAM che Swettenham Hall Swettenham - Warren 1670+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 230. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 133. TARPORLEY che Arderne Hall Done - Arderne - Alvanley 1600? Demolished 1958. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. TATTON che Tatton Park

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Egerton 1580? Thomas Egerton, Lord Chancellor. Rebuilt ca. 1780; designed by Samuel Wyatt, completed by Lewis Wyatt. Large library. Owned by Wilbraham Egerton, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 193. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 32. THELWALL che Thelwall Hall Pickering - Nicholson 1730+ Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, I, 1882, 746. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 72. THORNYCROFT che Thornycroft Hall Thornycroft 1750+ Now a conference centre. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 112. TILSTON che Edge Hall Dod - Wolley 1620+ Remodelled in ca. 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 46. TILSTON che Grafton Hall Warburton - Stanley 1620+ Bought by Sir Peter Warburton in 1613; then passed to the Stanleys of Alderley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, II, 1882, 702. TUSHINGTON che Tushington Hall Vawdrey - Worthington 1700+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. TWEMLOW che Twemlow Hall Booth 1670+ Altered in 1817. The Booth family was still here ca. 1820. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 139. UTKINTON che Utkinton Hall Done med Remodelled ca. 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. VALE ROYAL che Vale Royal Holcroft - Cholmondeley 1580+ Much modified since Tudor times. Owned by Thomas Cholmondeley, Lord Delamere - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Large library. Sold to ICI in 1947. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 18. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, II, 1882, 154. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 95. WALLASEY che Leasowe Castle Stanley - Grey - Egerton 1593+ Built by the Earl of Derby; then the Egerton of Oulton. Enlarged by Mrs Boode in 1818. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 126. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, II, 1882, 474. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 55. WEAVERHAM che Hefferston Grange Heath - Frankenburg 1741 Now a hospital. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WHITCHURCH che Marbury Hall Poole 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 264. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 17. WILLINGTON che Willington Hall Arderne - Tomkinson 1829 Formerly belonged to the Arden/Arderne family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 127. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 123. WILMSLOW che Fulshaw Hall Finney 1684 Built for Samuel Finney, merchant. Owned by ICI. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WILMSLOW che Hawthorn Hall Pownall - Latham - Leigh - Bower 1698 Built to replace the house owned by the Pownalls and Lathams. Bought by Ralph Bower ca. 1800. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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WIMBOLDSLEY che Lea Hall Verdin 1720+ Owned by ICI. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WINCHAM che Wincham Hall Legh - Townshend 1780+ Originally belonged to the Legh family. Acquired by the will of Hester Legh of Adlington in 1780 by Edward Townshend. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 70. WINNINGTON che Winnington Hall Warburton - Pennant - Stanley 1778+ Built by Richard Pennant, 1st Lord Penrhyn. Acquired by the Stanleys of Alderley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 105. Country Life, 54, 1923, 314. WIRRAL che Willaston Hall Bennett 1620+ Owned by the Bennett family until 1920. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WISTASTON che Willaston Hall Bayley 1720+ Bought by John Bayley from the Sneyds of Keele. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WITHINGTON che Withington Hall Baskervyle - Glegg 1790+ Demolished in 1958. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 80. G. Ormerod, Cheshire, III, 1882, 718. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 99. WORLESTON che Rookery Hall Cooke 1810+ Owned by William Hilton Cooke. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WRENBURY che Wrenbury Hall Starkey med Home of the Starkeys until 1920. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 138. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 22. YEARDSLEY che Yeardsley Hall Jodrell - Cotton med Demolished ca. 1776. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Gunson, Shallcross and Yeardsley Halls. Derby, 1905. CORNWALL ASSHE TORRE cnw Ward House Reed - Harrison 1650+ Owned by Oliver Reed 1650. Rebuilt 1750 by John Harrison. Owned by Henry Harrison 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BAKE cnw Bake Manor Moyle - Copley med Fire ca. 1710. Rebuilt, with large library and MSS by Walter Moyle. Burned 1808. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BLISLAND cnw Levethan Kemp - Thomas - Treise - Morshead 1750? Passed from Sir Christoipher Treise to William Morshead. In 1820 owned by General Morshead. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BLISLAND cnw Manor House Parker - Reynolds - Spry - Opie - Molesworth 1600+? N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Remodelled ca. 1750. Owned in 1820 by Sir Arscot O. Molesworth. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BLISLAND cnw Trewardale Robyns - Browne - Collins 1773 N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned by George Browne ca. 1800; passed to Rev. John B. Collins by marriage. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BOCONNOC cnw Boconnoc House Grenville - Pitt 1710+ Built by Thomas Pitt, Governor of Madras; other wing built by Lord Camelford. Large library. N. Pevsner,

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Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 11. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 45. BODMIN cnw Colquite Marney - Peters - Hoblyn 1524 Built by Lord John Marney. Pulled down ca. 1820 and new house built. Owned 1853 by Deeble P. Hoblyn. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 125. BODMIN cnw Lanhydrock Agar 1620 National Trust. Disastrous fire in 1881. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. M. Trinick, Lanhydrock House, 1954. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 174. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 155. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. BODMIN cnw Priory House Gilbert 1805+ Built by Walter Raleigh Gilbert. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BOTALLACK cnw Manor House Ustick - Boscawen 1665 N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Probably let in the 19 cent. Owned 1820 by Lord Falmouth. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BRADRIDGE cnw Bradridge House Gewen - Symons - Penelarves - Prideaux - Tucker 1750? Thomas Gewen, 1650s. Owned in 1820 by Benjamin Tucker. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. BUDE cnw Efford House Durant - Arundell - Acland 1750+ Remodelled ca. 1800. Owned in 1820 by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. CALSTOCK cnw Cotehele Edgcumbe med Little altered. Some enlargements 18 cent. In the Edgcumbe family for centuries. N. Condy, Cothele, [1850?]. R. Gardiner, Cotehele, [1979]. J. Britton, Cornwall Illustrated, 1832, 18. CALSTOCK cnw Harewood House Fowell - Foot - Bewes - Roberts - Trelawny 1620+ Owned by Fowells 1665; Foots 1710; Bewes 1800. Owned by Salusbury Trelawny. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 148. CARDINHAM cnw Glynn House Glynn 1808 Built by Edmund John Glynn. Large library. Burned 1819. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 241. CARNANTON cnw Carnanton House Noye - Willyams 1580+ Edward Noye ca. 1620; William Noye ca. 1630; passed to John Willyams. Owned in 1820 by James Willyams. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II.F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 25. CONSTANTINE cnw Trewardreva Scott 1600+ Remodelled 1719. Partly demolished. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. CORNELLY cnw Trewarthenick Gregor 1830+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 44. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 178. CRAFTHOLE cnw Lescawne Smith - Deeble - Roberts 1680? Owned by Nicholas Smith ca. 1680; passed to Rev Samuel Deeble (d. 1750); sold to Erasmus Roberts ca. 1780. Owned by Coryton Roberts 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. CROAN cnw Manor House Roscarrock - Hill - Hoblyn - Kirkham - Tremayne 1680+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Rev Henry H. Tremayne. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. CROWAN cnw Clowance House St Aubyn med Several remodellings. Owned by St Aubyn family since medieval times. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. EARTH cnw Earth House

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Earth - Bond - Connock - Inch 1550+ Owned by William Bond 1610. Owned by Miss Inch 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. EAST ANTONY cnw Thankes House Serral - Jordan - Warne - Graves 1713 Passed to Phineas Jordan (d. 1690) 1688. Sold to Warne family; then Thomas Graves. In 1820 owned by Lord Graves. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Subsequently dismantled and moved to Wrinkle. EAST ANTONY cnw Wolsdon House Wolsdon - Deeble - Boger 1770 Built by the Deebles. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. EAST LOOE cnw Waterloo Villa Nicolas 1800+ Built by Major Nicolas ca. 1800. Large library. Owned by Nicholas Harris Nicolas in 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. EGLOSHAYLE cnw Pencarrow House Molesworth - St Aubyn 1765 15 cent. house owned by the Pencarrows. Built by Sir John Molesworth (4th Bart). The pine-panelled library dates from the 1860s, but the books are mostly earlier. Still owned by the Molesworth-St Aubyn family. C.S. Gilbert, Cornwall, II, 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 58. EGLOSKERRY cnw Treluddick Baron - Saltren - Hurdon 1680? Christopher Baron (d. 1710?); William Saltren (d. 1742); Peter Hurdon 1755. Owned in 1820 by Peter Hurdon. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ETHY cnw Ethy House Edgcumbe - Penrose 1740+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned in 1838 by Admiral Sir Charles V. Penrose - D. Gilbert, The Parochial History of Cornwall, 1838. FALMOUTH cnw Arwennack House Killigrew - Wodehouse 1580+ Additions made in 1786. Owned in 1820 by Lord Wodehouse. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. FEOCK cnw Trelissick Daniell 1800+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned in 1820 by Ralph Allen Daniell. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 42. FLUSHING cnw Carclew House Kemp - Lemon 1805+ Built by Samuel Kemp, completed by Sir William Lemon. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 60. FLUSHING cnw Trefusis House Trefusis med Rebuilt ca. 1750. In Trefusis family since medieval times. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 83. FOWEY cnw Fowey Place Treffry 1460+ Remodelled 1791; again 1817+. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. FOWEY cnw Menabilly Rashleigh 1600+ Rebuilt ca. 1710-15; again 1780+. Huge mineralogy collection. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 149. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 40. FOWEY cnw Treffry House Treffry - Robarts 1580? Sold by William Treffry to Sir Richard Robarts in 1620. Demolished ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Also called Place House. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 39. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. GORRAN cnw Caerhays Castle Trevanion 1808 Built by Nash. Owned by John Bettesworth Trevanion - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Owned by Williams family since 1855. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 51. S. Jones, Views, 1829.

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GRADE cnw Erisey House Erisey - Boscawen 1620 Built by Richard Erisey; John Erisey (d. 1671). Sold ca. 1750 to Admiral Boscawen. Owned in 1820 by Viscount Falmouth (Boscawen). C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. GWINNEAR cnw Lanyon Lanyon 1500+ In Lanyone family since 1500. Several remodellings. Owned ca. 1800 by Capt William Lanyon (d. 1818) - who travelled with Cook. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. HELLAND cnw Penhargard House Opie - Hoblyn - Peter - Hooper 1620+ Built by the Opies. Sold 1657 to Thomas Hoblyn; bought by Samuel Peter. In 1820 owned by John Hooper. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. HELSTON cnw Bochyn Manor Bochyn - Winslade - Mohun - Robinson - Hartley 1620+ Owned by Thomas |Hartley in 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. HELSTON cnw Godolphin House Godolphin 1550+ Remodelled ca. 1620. Seat of the Earls Godolphin. E.R. Delderield, West Country Houses, I, 1968, 60. INCEWORTH cnw Inceworth House Champernowne med Demolished ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. KEA cnw Kelliow Gwatkin 1780+ Remodelled ca. 1850. Owned by Robert L. Gwatkin. Unoccupied in 1820. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. KILKHAMPTON cnw Stowe House Granville 1580+ Demolished 1670; rebuilt 1680+. Last Granville was George, Lord Lansdowne (d. 1725). Demolished 1800. Replaced by a farm house. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. LAMORRAN cnw Manor House Chamond - Verman - Sparkes - Molesworth - Boscawen 1580+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Sparkes family from 1730; sold to Molesworths. Owned 1820 by Lord Falmouth. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LANDRAKE cnw Wotton House Wotton - Courtenay - Rouse - Blake 1600+ Bought from the Courtenays ca. 1610 by Rouse family. Francis Rouse 1656 (Provost of Eton). Sold to the Blakes. Ruined by 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LANEAST cnw Tregeare House Baron 1800? Rebuilt by Jasper Baron. In 1820 owned by William Baron. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LANIVET cnw St Benet's Courtenay med In 16 cent. a Courtenay mansion. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 166. LANLIVERY cnw Pelyn House Kendall med In Kendall family since medieval times. Rebuilt ca. 1680. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LAUNCELLS cnw Launcells House Chamond - Porter - Orchard - Hawkey 1580+ John Chamond (d. 1624); Richard Porter 1661; Orchard; Hawkey. Rebuilt by Hawkey ca. 1800. Owned in 1820 by Joseph hawkey. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LAUNCESTON cnw Mount Madford Piper - Lethbridge 1780? Owned in 1820 by -- Lethbridge. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LAUNCESTON cnw Newport House Phillips 1800? Owned in 1820 by Thomas J. Phillips. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LAWHITTON cnw Hexworthy

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Bennet - Prideaux 1780? Owned in 1820 by Edmund Prideaux. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LELANT cnw Trevethow Praed 1800+ Built by William Praed M.P. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LEWANNICK cnw Trelaske House Trelaske - Upton - Lower - Addis - Archer 1670+ Sold by Thomas Lower in 1700 to John Addis. William Addis passed house to Nicholas S. Archer in 1741. Rebuilt ca. 1810 by Samuel Archer. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LEWANNICK cnw Upton House Upton 1750? Demolished ca. 1810. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. LISKEARD cnw Treworgy House Connock - Inch 1750+ Replaced earlier house. Nicholas Connock's widow survived him by 40 years. Bequeathed to Mrs Arminel Inch. Owned in 1820 by Miss Anne Inch. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. LUXULYAN cnw Prideaux Manor House Rashleigh 1530+ Rashleighs built a new home nearby in 1808. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. MARHAMCHURCH cnw Marhays Manor House Pyne - Stafford - Rolle - Trefusis - Clinton med N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Lord Clinton - probably let. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MAWGAN-IN-PYDER cnw Lanherne Arundell 1580+ Remodelled 17 & 18 cent. Became a convent in 1794. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MAWNAN cnw Penwarne Penwarne - Bawden - Nowell - Ustick 1750? Owned in 1820 by Stephen Ustick. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MENHENIOT cnw Trenant Carveth - Honey 1665+ Owned by John Carveth ca. 1665. Passed to Rev John Honey. Burned ca. 1810. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MENHENIOT cnw Trethew Vaughan - Glanville 1600? Owned by Vaughans ca. 1610. Owned by Francis Glanville 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MEVAGISSEY cnw Penwarne Penwarne - Coswarth - Arundell - Carew - Fortescue - Martin 1550+ John Carew ca. 1600; Arthur Fortescue 1640. Owned in 1820 by Martin family. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MOORWINSTON cnw Eastway House Rouse - Martyn - Manning 1750? Owned in 1820 by Miss manning. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. MORVAL cnw Morval House Glynn - Code - Buller 1580+ Owned by John Buller in 1820. Remodelled ca. 1750. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J. Britton, Cornwall Illustrated, 1832, 48. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 85. NEWLYN cnw Castle Horneck Borlase - Stephens 1720+ Owned by John Stephens in 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. P.A.S. Pool, The History of ... Penzance - X.809/40712. P.A.S. Pool, William Borlase - YC1989.a.10526. NEWLYN cnw Manor House Arundell - Clifford 1660+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. NEWLYN EAST cnw Trerice Trerice - Arundell - Acland 1572+

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Owned in 1820 by Sir Thomas D. Acland. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 97. NEWTON FERRERS cnw Newton Ferrers Ferrers - Coryton - Helyar 1680? Built by Sir John Coryton (d. 1739). Owned by Sir John Coryton (d. 1739). Passed to Helyars. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Library sold Dec 1-5, 1924. NORTH TAMERTON cnw Ogbeare Hall Levice - Michell - Welch - Owen - Call med N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Sir William P. Call. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. NORTHILL cnw Battens Vincent - Darley - Rodd 1581 Built by Vincent family. Owned by Francis H. Rodd 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. NORTHILL cnw Trebartha Hall Trebartha - Spoure 1600? Demolished by Col Rodd ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PADSTOW cnw Place House Prideaux - Brune 1580+ Built by Sir Nicholas Prideaux. Remodelled 1810. In 1820 owned by Rev Charles Prideaux Brune. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Also known as Prideaux Place. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 31. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 170. PADSTOW cnw Prideaux Place Prideaux 1580+ Remodelled by Edmund Prideaux in 1750+. Again remodelled by Rev Charles Prideaux in 1810+. Library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 170. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 31. PADSTOW cnw Saunders Hill Rawlings 1820+ Built by Thomas Rawlings. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. PELYNT cnw Trelawne Trelawny 1580+ Given to Sir Jonathan Trelawny by Queen Elizabeth. Modified after fire ca. 1750. Orig. owned by the Champernowne family. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Fire in 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 148. PENDARVES cnw Pendarves House Pendarves 1780+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Edward W. Pendarves. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 203. PENHELE cnw Penhele House Grenville - Speccott - Sweete 1550+ Grenvilles 16 cent.; Paul Speccott 1636; Rev Charles Sweete. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 148. Country Life, 57, 1925, 484, 524. PENRYN cnw Enys House Enys 1680+ Built by Enys family. Owned in 1820 by Francis Enys. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PENRYN cnw Tremough Bloes - Worth - Hooper - Crow 1730+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. John Worth 1703. Owned ca. 1800 by Robert Crow, who abandoned the house. Derelict by 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PERRANUTHNOE cnw Acton Castle Stackhouse - Praed 1790 Built by John Stackhosue. Sold 1810 to Buckley Praed. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PILLATON cnw Pentillie Castle Tillie - Coryton 1680+ Built by Sir James Tillie. Passed to Coryton family. Rebuilt ca. 1780. Owned by John Tillie Coryton 1820. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1780. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 151. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 130. J. Britton, Cornwall Illustrated, 1832, 16. PORT ELIOT cnw Port Eliot Priory

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Eliot 1574+ Remodelled by John Eliot. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 23. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 232; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 136. PORT ELIOT cnw St Germans Priory St Germans med Remodelled ca. 1802 by John Soane. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. PORT ISAAC cnw Tresunger Mathews - Bond - Vyvyan - Arthur - Wymond 1660 Built by John Mathews 1660; Bond ca. 1715; Charles Vyvyan; William Arthur. Owned in 1820 by William Wymond. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. POUGHILL cnw Bushill House Bryant 1780? Owned in 1820 by John Bryant. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PROBUS cnw Trehane House Williams 1720+ A rebuild of a 14 cent. house. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. PROBUS cnw Trewithan Hawkins 1710+ Built by Thomas Hawkins. Library. Owned in 1820 by Sir Christopher Hawkins. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. PROBUS cnw Trewithen Hawkins 1750+ Bought by Philip Hawkins in 1715. Rebuilt 17 cent. house; designed by Thomas Edwards. Christopher Hawkins created baronet in 1799 remodelled the house; designed by Sir Robert Taylor. Country Life, 113, 1953, 990, 1072. RESTORMEL cnw Restormel House Samwell - Sawle - Jones - Masterman - Gregor - Edgcumbe 1760+ Built around earlier house. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Samwell ca. 1600; Thomas Jones ca. 1750; sold to William Masterman; sold to Francis Gregor. Owned in 1820 Earl of Mount Edfcumbe - probably let. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. SALTASH cnw Burrell House Burrell 1621+ Wing dated 1636. Altered 18 cent. Owned 1820 by John Burrell. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. SALTASH cnw Ince Castle Nosworthy - Morrice - Neale - Smith 1540 Rebuilt by Edward Nosworthy. Passed to Sir Nicholas Morrice 1703; the Pendock Neale; Edward Smith in 1820. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Country Life, 141, 1967, 592, 648. SALTASH cnw Moditonham House Waddon - Batt - Carpenter 1689 John Waddon (1689); Rev. W. Batt ca. 1700. Rebuilt ca. 1760. Owned by Charles Carpenter from ca. 1800. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SALTASH cnw Shillingham House Buller 1613 Built by Francis Buller. Demolished ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. SOUTH PETHERWIN cnw Trebursey House Gedy - Eliot 1600? Owned by Sir John Eliot ca. 1635. Owned by William Eliot in 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. SOUTH PETHERWIN cnw Tregoddick House Tregoddick - Cock - Tremayne - Fanshawe 1580+ Owned by Nicholas Cock ca. 1665. owned by Robert Fanshawe in 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. SOUTHILL cnw Manaton House Manaton 1687 Seat of the manaton family. Demolished ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST ANTHONY-IN-ROSELAND cnw Trewince Courtenay - Hobbs - Johns 1750?

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Owned in 1820 by Johns family. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST AUSTELL cnw Penrice Sawle med In Sawle family since medieval times. Remodelled ca. 1740. Owned in 1820 by Joseph Sawle Sawle. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST BLAZEY cnw Tregrehan House Carlyon 1780+ Owned in 1820 by Thomas Carlyon. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 148. ST BURIAN cnw Boskenna Carthew - Paynter 1620? Remodelled ca. 1750 by the Paynters who acquired the house in 1662. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 196. ST BURIAN cnw Burnuhall Noye - Davies 1750? Bought by Davies family ca. 1800. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST COLUMB cnw Nanswhydden House Hoblyn 1740 Built by Robert Hoblyn M.P. for Bristol. Large library and archives. Burned 1803. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST COLUMB MAJOR cnw Trewan House [Hall] Vyvyan med Built by John Vyvyan. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. In 1820 owned by Richard Vyvyan. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 100. ST DAYE cnw Scorrier House Williams 1750? Owned in 1820 by John Williams. Huge mineralogy collection. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. E.R. Delderfield, West Country Houses, I, 1968, 133. ST DOMINICK cnw Halton House Rouse - Clarke - Blewett 1570 Sir Anthony Rouse 1570; Henry Clarke ca. 1650. Owned 1820 by Rev Peter Blewett. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST ENDELLION cnw Roscarrock House Roscarrock - Boscawen 1510+ Rebuilt ca. 1750. Owned by the Boscawens in 1673. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey off ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST ERTH cnw Trewinnard House Trewinnard - Mohun - Arundell - Hals - Hawkins 1680? Owned in 1820 by Sir Christopher Hawkins. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST EWE cnw Heligan Tremayne 1603+ Owned by the Tremaynes from 16 cent. Rebuilt 1727. Rebuilt 1809. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST GERMANS cnw Catchfrench Kekewich - Boscawen - Fortescue - Glanville 1580 Built by George Kekewich. Rebuilt ca. 1800 by Francis Glanville. Sold by Hugh Fortescue 1728. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST GERMANS cnw Coldrinnick Manor Trelawny 1570+ In Trelawny family to 1764; later owners changed their names to Trelawny. Owned by Charles Trelawny in 1820 C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST GERMANS cnw Molenick House Molenick - Scawen - Eliot - Trevanion 1600? Built by the Molenicks; Scawens to 1720; sold to Eliot family; then to Sir Nicholas Trevanion. Owned by the Earl of St German's 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST GERMANS cnw Tregonnick Smith - Moyle - Copley 1580+ Owned 1820 by Sir Joseph Copley. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST HILLARY cnw Tregember Penneck - Willyams 1760+

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Remodelled by Charles Penneck, including a library. In 1820 owned by Rev Humphry Willyams. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST IVE cnw Appledore Trevenor - Glanville - Nattle 1700? Owned by William Nattle 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST IVE cnw Bickton Wrey - Eliot 1600+ Owned by Daniel Eliot ca. 1665. Demolished ca. 1790. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST IVE cnw Catson Nattle 1750? Owned by William nattle 1820 - C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST IVES cnw Tregenna Castle Stephens 1774 Built by John Stephens. Now a hotel. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 210. ST KEVERNE cnw Lanarth House Sandys 1810+ Owned in 1820 by William Sanndys. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST KEW cnw Skisdon Lodge Bennet - Griggs - Clode - Braddon 1780? Bought by Major Clode (d. 1807); passed to Henry Braddon. Owned by widow of Henry Braddon in 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST KEW cnw Trewane House Nicholls - Glynn - Grylls 1690+ Built by James Nicholls. In 1820 owned by Rev Richard G. Grylls. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST MABYN cnw Tregarden Manor House Beer - Barrett - Godolphin - Mitchel - Andrew 1631 N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned in 1820 by John Andrew. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST MAWGAN cnw Trelowarren House Vyvyan 1620+ Built by Francis Vyvyan. Owned in 1820 by Sir Richard Vyvyan. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 41. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 149. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1824, 71. ST MELLION cnw Crocadon House Trevissa - Coryton med Sold by William Trevissa to Sir William Coryton. Demolished when the Corytons moved to Pentillie Castle. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST MERRAN cnw Harlyn House Michel - Peter 1580+ Michel family to 1632; passed to Thomas Peter. Rebuilt 1634; again in 1780. Owned in 1820 by Henry Peter. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST MICHAEL PENKEVIL cnw Tregothnan Boscawen 1800+ Owned by Edward Boscawen, Viscount Falmouth - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 24. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 7. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ST MINVER cnw Trevelver House Stone - Silly - Arundell - Yeo 1620? Sold to Francis Arundell ca. 1670. In 1820 owned by William Arundell Yeo. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST THOMAS cnw Carnadon Bligh - Cloberry - Clarke - Bewes 1660? Sold in 1690 by John Bligh to John Cloberry; 1715 sold by Nicholas |Clarke to Bewes. A farm house by 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. ST TUDY cnw Penvose Nicol - Trehawke - Kekewich 1640 Built by Anthony Nicol. In 1820 owned by Samuel Kekewich. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. STANBURY cnw Stanbury House

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Stanbury - Manning - Adams 1750? Owned in 1820 by Sir William Adams, surgeon and oculist. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. STITHIANS cnw Trevales Reed - Hocker 1790+ Built by Thomas Reed. Owned in 1820 by Thomas Hocker. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. STOKE CLIMSLAND cnw Whiteford Call 1773 Little remains. Built by Sir William Call (also spelled Cale). N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. Pulled down by Sir John Call ca. 1780. Rebuilt. Owned by Sir William Pratt Call. TACKBEAR cnw Tackbear House Gilbert - Harward 1710+ Built by Richard Gilbert; Gilbert family to 1752. Bought by Thomas Harward. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. TEHIDY cnw Tehidy Park Basset 1736 Built by John P. Basset (d. 1739). The Basetts were Lords De Dunstanville. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 157. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. J. Britton, Cornwall, 1832, 43. TONACOMBE cnw Manor House Kempthorne - Waddon - Martin 1580+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by William Waddon Martin. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. TORPOINT cnw Antony House Carew 1721+ In the Carew family since medieval times. An early Georgian rebuild. National Trust. Reginald Pole Carew 1820 C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 96. Antony House, Cornwall. London, 1963. TORPOINT cnw Mount Edgcumbe Durnford - Edgecumbe 1570+ Built by Sir Richard Edgcumbe 1570+. Enlarged 1770, when library added. Tudor home of the Earls of Mount Edgecumbe. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 37. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 27. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1729. [Anon] A Walk round Mount Edgcumbe. Plymouth Dock, 1821. TRECARREL cnw Trecarrel Manor Trecarrel med N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. TREGONY cnw Tregony House Pomeroy - Penkevil - Luxton - Boscawen 1740+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned by Boscawens since ca. 1660. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. TREMATON cnw Trematon Hall Bennett - Edwards 1807 Orig. med. castle disappeared. Rebuilt 1807 for the Surveyor General of the Duchy of Cornwall. N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Thomas Edwards. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 171. TREREIFE cnw Manor House Nicholls - Le Grice 1750+ N. Pevsner, Cornwall, 1951. Owned 1820 by Rev C.V. Le Grice. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. TRURO cnw Polwhele House Polwhele 1700? Owned in 1820 by Rev Richard Polwhele. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. TYWARDREATH cnw Treveryan Courtenay - Thomas 1705+ Bought by John Thomas 1700. Passed to Rev A. Thomson. Owned in 1820 by Henry Thomson. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. WENDRON cnw Nansloe

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Robinson 1734+ Built by the Robinsons, probably on sire of earlier house. Owned in 1820 by Philip V. Robinson. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. WENDRON cnw Trenithike Seneschall - Hill 1580+ Michael Hill ca. 1620; Sampson Hill 1710. Owned by the Hills in 1820. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. WERRINGTON cnw Werrington House Drake - Granville - Morice - Percy 1580+ Owned by Sir Francis Drake (nephew of the explorer); sold to Richard Granville 1642; Sir William Morice (d. 1671) 1651; 1st Duke of Northumberland, Hugh Percy. C.S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of ... Cornwall, Plymouth-Dock, 1820. Vol. II. CUMBERLAND ALSTONBY cum Crosby Lodge Kennedy 1820+ Built by David Kennedy. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ARMATHWAITE cum Armathwaite Castle Skelton - Sanderson - Milbourne 1720+ Sold by Richard Skelton in 1712 to William Sanderson; thence to William Milbourne, Recorder of Carlisle. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ARMATHWAITE cum Low House Aykeroyd - Ecroyd med Rebuilt 1793. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ASKERTON cum Askerton Castle Dacre - Howard med Added to by Thomas, Lord Dacre 1500-15. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ASPATRIA cum Brayton Hall Lawson 1750+ Remodelled ca. 1800 by Wilfred Lawson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BASSENTHWAITE cum Mirehouse Spedding 1666+ Built by the 8th Earl of Derby. Passed to the Spedding family in 1802. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BASSENTHWAITE cum Orthwaite Hall Browne 1675+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. BIGRIGG cum Springfield Jefferson 1746+ Richard Jefferson (1704-79) a captain in the Virginia trade. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. BOOT cum Dalegarth Hall Stanley med J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BOWNESS cum Solway House Hodgson 1830+ Built by John Hodgson, M.P. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. BRIDEKIRK cum Bridekirk Young-Thompson 1780? Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BRIDEKIRK cum Dovenby Hall Ballantine - Dykes 1760+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 188; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 147. BRIDEKIRK cum Tallentire Hall Fletcher - Partis - Browne 1780+ From Fletcher family to Partis ca. 1660. William Browne, 1776. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988.

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BROADFIELD cum Broadfield Oliphant 1780+ Bought by Lancelot Oliphant in 1793. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURGH-BY-SANDS cum Moor House Stordy 1770+ Built on site of earlier house. The Stordy family there since ca. 1620. The Stordys were a Quaker family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CALDER cum Calder Abbey Leigh - Tiffin - Senhouse 1540+ Granted to Thomas Leigh. Bought by John Tiffin in 1730; thence to the Senhouse family of Wigton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CALDER BRIDGE cum Pelham House Stanley 1774 Built by Edward Stanley. First known as Ponsonby Hall. Designed by James Paine. Still owned by the Stanleys. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CALTHWAITE cum Calthwaite Hall Dixon 1810+ Built by Thomas Dixon (d. 1846). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CALTHWAITE cum Scales Hall Brougham 1580+ Altered 1724. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CAMERTON cum Camerton Hall Curwen - Cooke 1700? Bought by Ralph Cooke of Joseph Curwen in 1719. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CAMERTON cum Ribton Hall Ribton - Lamplugh 1600+ Bought from the Ribtons by Thomas Lamplugh ca. 1650. Rebuilt by Richard Lamplugh, M.P. for Cumberland ca. 1710. Sold by the Lamplughs in 1722. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CARLISLE cum Bunkers Hill Barnes 1776+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CARLISLE cum Harker Lodge Ferguson 1816+ Owned by Richard Ferguson (1784-1860). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CARLISLE cum Morton House Chance 1810+ The Chance family owned Ferguson Bros., cotton spinning company. Owned by Carlisle Corporation. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CARLISLE cum Newbiggin Hall Aglionby 1720+ Orig. a priory. Remodelled ca. 1820 by Henry Aglionby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. CLEATOR cum Cleator Hall Gale 1620+ Gale family of Whitehaven. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLEATOR cum Ehen Hall Lindow 1840? J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLEATOR cum The Flosh Birley - Ainsworth 1800+ Owned by henry Birley of Whitehaven ca. 1800. Enlarged in 1837 by Thomas Ainsworth. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. COCKERMOUTH cum Cockermouth Castle Percy - Wyndham med Northern seat of Lord Egremont. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. COCKERMOUTH cum Cockermouth Hall Fletcher 1580+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Demolished 1960.

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COCKERMOUTH cum Hames Hall Steel 1810+ Built by John Steel, M.P. Originally called Derwent Bank. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. COCKERMOUTH cum Tarn Bank Fletcher 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. COCKERMOUTH cum The Fitz Bromfield - Senhouse 1600? Seat of the Senhouse family since 1665. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CROSBY-ON-EDEN cum Crosby House Saul 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CROSBY-ON-EDEN cum Eden Grove [Hall] Carruthers 1837 Built by painter Richard Carruthers. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 264. F.O. Morris, Views, II, 1880, 63. CUMREW cum Cumrew Gill 1753 Built by John Gill. In the Gill family until 20 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DACRE cum Dacre Castle Dacre med Altered 1700 by Thomas, Lord Dacre, Duke of Sussex. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALE HEAD cum Dale Head Hall Leathes - Stanger 1577+ Now submerged. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 95. DALEMAIN cum Dalemain Hasell med Many additions since 1600. Rebuilt ca. 1690. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. [Anon] Dalemain. Derby: English Life, 1985. DALSTON cum Borrans Hill Wybergh 1810+ The Wyberghs moved from Clifton Hall in Westmorland ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALSTON cum Dalston Hall Dalston - Sowerby med In the Dalston family since medieval times to 1761, when sold to John Sowerby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALSTON cum Hawkesdale Hall Nicolson - Watts 1704+ Rev. William Watts married Mary Nicolson; John Nicolson. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALSTON cum Holme Hill Holme - Summer - Salkeld 1780+ Much remodelling. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALSTON cum The Oaks Dalston 1750+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. DEAN cum Crakeplace Hall Crakeplace - Spedding 1612 Built by Christopher Crakeplace. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DEAN cum Padshaw Hall Allison med Seat of the Allison family 15-17 cents. Disappeared. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. DERWENTWATER cum Derwent Bay Gordon - Woodford 1784+

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Built by Lord William Gordon; George Woodford, 1834. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DISTINGTON cum Gilgarran House Walker - Robertson 1809 Built by William Walker. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DRIGG cum Carleton Hall Atkinson 1790+ Built by Cuthbert Atkinson (d. 1816). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DRIGG cum Holmrook Hall Lutwidge - Lowthorpe 1780+ Merchants of Whitehaven. Charles Lutwidge. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. EDEN cum Eden Hall Musgrave 1821 Redesigned by Smirke in 1821 for Sir Philip Musgrave, 8th Bart. Demolished 1934. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. EWANRIGG cum Ewanrigg Christian 1638 Bought by Ewan Christian, 10th Earl of Milntown. Altered ca. 1780. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. FRIZINGTON cum Rheda Nicholson - Dixon 1550+ Acquired by marriage from Mary Nicholson to Thomas Dixon. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. GLENRIDDING cum Glenridding House Askew 1810+ Built by Rev. Henry Askew, Rector of Greystoke. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GOSFORTH cum Gosforth Hall Copley - Benn 1680+ Sold in 1723 to Antony Benn. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GOSFORTH cum Newton Manor Steward 1835 Built by Anthony Benn Steward. Still in the family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. GOSFORTH cum Parknook Parker 1500+ Numerous alterations since 16 cent. Seat of the Parkers. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. GRANGE-IN-BORROWDALE cum Barrow House Pocklington - Langton 1787 Built by Joseph Pocklington. Bought by Skinner Langton ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREAT SALKELD cum Eden Lacy Borwick 1834 Built for Robert Hudson Borwick, 1st Lord Borwick. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREENTHWAITE cum Greenthwaite Hall Howard - Halton med Remodelled ca. 1650-60 by Immanuel Halton steward of the 6th Duke of Norfolk's Derbyshire estates. Sold back to the Howards in 1795. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREYSTOKE cum Blencow Hall Blencowe - Howard 1590+ Built by Henry Blencow. Sold to the Howards (11th Duke of Norfolk) in 1802. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREYSTOKE cum Greystoke Castle Greystoke - Dacre - Howard med Belonged to the Dacres in the 16 cent. Then passed to the Howards when Thomas dacre's daughter Anne married Philip Howard, eldest son of the 4th Duke. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 142. T. Hearne, Antiquities, I, 1807. GREYSTOKE cum Johnby Hall

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Johnby - Howard 1660+ Bought by the Duke of Norfolk in 1783. Enlarged 1800+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HAILE cum Haile Hall Ponsonby med Home of the Ponsonbys from medieval times. Present house is 1591, but altered in the 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HARECROFT cum Harecroft Ainsworth 1810+ Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HAYTON cum Hayton Castle Musgrave - Hylton - Jolliffe med Branch of Musgrave family. Several alterations. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HENSINGHAM cum Ingwell Gunson 1810+ Built for Joseph Gunson (d. 1838). Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HENSINGHAM cum Summer Grove Grayson - Spedding 1670+ James Spedding bought the house in 1761. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. HESKET cum Barrock Park Graham - Powell 1750+ Extended by James Graham in 1791 when he bought the estate. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 85. HESKET NEWMARKET cum Hesket Hall Lawson - Wybergh 1660+ Built by Sir Wilfred Lawson, M.P. for Cumberland. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOUGHTON cum Brunstock House Saul 1828+ Built by George Saul. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOUGHTON cum Houghton Hall Ferguson 1817 George Ferguson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOUGHTON cum Houghton House Hodgson 1810 Large library. In the Hodgson family till ca. 1920. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOUGHTON cum The Knells Dixon 1824 Built by John Dixon - cotton mills in Carlisle. John Dixon's brother Peter built Holme Eden. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HUTTON JOHN cum Hutton John Hudleston med Added to by Andrew Hudleston in 1662. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Country Life, 65, 1929, 116. HUTTON-IN-THE-FOREST cum Hutton-in-the-Forest Hutton - Fletcher - Vane - Fane med Bought by Richard Fletcher from Lancelot Hutton in 1606. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Kip, I, 1715. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 11. INGLEWOOD cum Inglewood House Thompson 1780+ Built for James Thompson of Moresdale. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. IRTON cum Irton Hall Irton med Library in the Tower. Owned by Samuel Irton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 36. ISEL cum Hewthwaite Hall Huthwaite - Swinburne 1581

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Present house built by John Swinburne in 1581. Now a farmhouse. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ISEL cum Isel Hall Leigh - Lawson med J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. IVEGILL cum Highhead Castle Brougham 1744+ Built by H. Richmond Brougham. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KESWICK cum Castlerigg Manor Marshall 1832+ Built by John Marshall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KESWICK cum Windebrowe Spedding 1750+ John Spedding of Mirehouse. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. KIRKANDREWS cum Kirkandrews Tower Graham 1560+ The Grahams of Netherby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKLINTON cum Justicetown Irwin 1780+ Thomas Irwin (1757-1832). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKLINTON cum Kirklinton Hall Musgrave - Appelby - Dacre 1600+ Bought by Edmund Appelby from Sir Edward Musgrave. Demolished? J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKLINTON cum Kirklinton Park Patrickson 1822 In the Patrickson family till 1900. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKOSWALD cum Nunnery Aglionby 1715 Built by Henry Aglionby, M.P. for Carlisle. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. KIRKOSWALD cum The College Fetherstonhaugh 1550+ Bought by Henry Fetherstonhaugh in 1590 (College of Kirkoswald). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LAMPLUGH cum Lamplugh Hall Lamplugh - Roper med Remodelled in 1595 by John Lamplugh. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LAMPLUGH cum Red How Dickinson 1822 Built by Joseph Dickinson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. LAMPLUGH cum Street Gate Dickinson 1674 The Dickinsons of Red How. Built by William Dickinson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. LANERCOST cum Banks Hall Addison 1830+ Built by Thomas Addison, physician at Guy's Hospital from 1834. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LITTLE SALKELD cum Salkeld Hall Hodgson - Horrocks 1790+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. LORTON cum Lorton Hall Dixon - Woodhouse 1663+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MARYPORT cum Netherhall Eaglesfield - Senhouse - Pocklington 1550+ Acquired by marriage 16 cent. The Senhouses were the founders of Maryport. Derelict. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 23. MELMERBY cum Melmerby Hall Threlkeld - Thirkeld - Pattenson 1658+

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J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MILLOM cum Ash House Cross 1670+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MILLOM cum The Oaks Postlethwaite 1810+ Remodelled from an earlier house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. MORESBY cum Moresby Hall Fletcher 1690+ Built by William Fletcher. Several changes of ownership in 18 cent. Now a guest house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. MORESBY cum Rosehill Hartley 1780+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. MORESBY cum Roseneath Lowther 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. MUNCASTER cum Muncaster Castle Pennington med Altered by Sir John Pennington, 1st Lord Muncaster (d. 1813). Large library. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 114. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 17. NAWORTH cum Naworth Castle Dacre - Howard med Ralph Dacre granted the castle by Edward III. Enlarged by Thomas Dacre ca. 1520. Passed to the Howards by marriage of Elizabeth Dacre. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. [Anon] A Historical and Descriptive Account of Naworth Castle. Carlisle, 1844. R. InnesSmith. Naworth Castle. Derby: English Life, 1984. NETHERBY cum Netherby Hall Graham med Rebuilt ca. 1760, 1790, and 1833. Seat of the Grahams since medieval times. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. The 18 cent. additions were by Dr Robert Graham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 22. Contents sold May 4-6, 1926. NEWTON REIGNY cum Catterlen Hall Vaux - Richmond - Howard 1577+ In the Vaux family since medieval times. Ended up with the Howards of Greystoke. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NICHOLFOREST cum Stonegarthside Hall Forster - Robson - Stephenson - Holme - Sumner 1682+ Numerous changes. Forsters till 1733; the Mathew Robson; Stephenson (1742-61); Holme and Sumner (1761-1804); then Lawson (1804-06); Charlton (1806-72). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. ORMATHWAITE cum Ormathwaite Hall Walsh - Benn 1750+ The Benn/Walsh family were created Lords Ormathwaite in 1868. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. ORTON cum Orton Park Thompson - Watson 1839 Rebuilt on earlier site. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. PENRITH cum Bowscar Harris 1800+ The Harris family of Brackenburgh. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENRITH cum Carleton Hall Pattinson - Wallace - Cowper 1670? Bought by John Pattinson ca. 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENRITH cum Hutton Hall Hutton - Gaskarth - Lonsdale 1500+ Sold to the Earl of Lonsdale in 1790. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENRITH cum Mansion House Whelpdale 1750+ Built by Thomas Whelpdale, a Penrith attorney. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENRITH cum Skirsgill

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Whelpdale - Parkin - Leeming 1795 Built by Hugh Parkin. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, III, 1826. PENRITH cum Tynefield House Rimington 1805 Built by Michael Rimington, Penrith banker. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. PLUMBLAND cum Arkleby Hall Thompson 1726 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PORTINSCALE cum Derwent Bank Pocklington - Malone 1784 Built by Joseph Pocklington. Acquired by the Irish judge Richard Malone, 1st Lord Sunderlin. Known also as Finckle Street House. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCKCLIFFE cum Castletown House Mounsey 1810+ Built by Robert Mounsey. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROSE cum Rose Castle Episcopal Residence med The residential seat of the Bishops of Carlisle. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. J. Wilson, Rose Castle. Carlisle, 1912. SCALEBY cum Scaleby Castle Musgrave - Colville - Gilpin med Home of William Gilpin. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SCALEBY cum Scaleby Hall Farrer - Fawcett - Allison 1834 Built by Sir Robert Allison, M.P. Formerly owned by Farrer and Fawcett families. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SEASCALE cum Seascale Hall Ashburner 1606+ Altered ca. 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SEATON cum Seaton Hall Askew 1563 Built by Sir Hugh Askew on site of a Benedictine nunnery. Remodelled 1810+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SEBERGHAM cum Sebergham Castle Fletcher 1780+ Sir Henry Fletcher chairman of the East India Company. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SEBERGHAM cum Sebergham Hall Simpson 1700+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. SETMURTHY cum Higham Hoskins 1800+ Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SKIRWITH cum Skirwith Abbey Yates - Parker 1774 Sold to the Parkers in 1822. Built by John Yates. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. STANWIX cum Rickerby House Graham 1810+ The family were owners of the Carlisle bank of Graham & Co. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. STRANDS cum Wasdale Hall Rawson 1829 Built by Stansfield Rawson. National Trust. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. THURSBY cum Crofton Hall Croft - Brisco med J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ULLSWATER cum Hallsteads Marshall 1815+ Built by John Marshall. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London,

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1988. ULPHA cum Duddon Hall Millers - Rawlinson 1820+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WALTON cum Castlesteads Johnson 1780+ Bought by John Johnson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WAVERTON cum Hawkrigg House Jefferson 1821 Built by John Jefferson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WETHERELL cum Corby Castle Salkeld - Howard med Rebuilt 1813+. Bought by Lord William Howard, third son of the Duke of Norfolk temp. Henry VII. Owned by Henry Howard - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 35. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WHITEHAVEN cum Whitehaven Castle Lowther - Fletcher 1600? Bought by Christopher Lowther, 1st Bart. Rebuilt 1766+ by James Lowther, 1st Earl Lonsdale. Orig. called Flatt Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. WIGTON cum Highmoor House Banks 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WIGTON cum Wigton Hall Matthews 1780? Owned by Rev. Richard Matthews (d. 1846); rebuilt by him ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. WORKINGTON cum Clifton House Watts 1824 Built by Richard Watts, J.P. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WORKINGTON cum Workington Hall Curwen - Christian med Remodelled by Carr of York 1782+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 149. J.F. Curwen, Workington Hall. Kendal, 1899. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 57. WREAY cum Scalesceugh Harrison 1780+ Now a spastic home. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. WREAY cum Woodside Losh 1800+ John Losh, High Sheriff (d. 1814). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. WREAY cum Wreay Hall Benson - Fletcher 1750+ Owned by Thomas Benson, the Duke of Portland's Cumberland agent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West, 1988. DERBYSHIRE ALDERWASLEY der Alderwasley Hall Lowe - Hurt 1600+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 99. Granted to Anthony Lowe. Passed to Hurt family by marriage. Francis Hurt died ca. 1850. ALFRETON der Alfreton Hall Ormond - Babington - Zouche - Morewood 1620+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 94; III, 1855, 111. Owned by the Morewood family since ca. 1620. Owned by William Palmer Morewood 1825. ALTON der Alton Manor Blackwall - Ireton - Mellor - Grey - Wilmot - Walthall 1580? Sold by John Ireton to Henry Mellow in 1663. Sold 1670 to Anchetil Grey; 1747 by George Grey to Sir Edward Wilmot; 1845 by Sir Edward Wilmot to Peter Walthall. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 196. BAKEWELL der Chatsworth House Cavendish 1552?

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Dukes of Devonshire. Extensive library. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. W. Cavendish, Catalogue of the Library. London, 1879. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1855, 3. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715; III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Books sold June 30, 1958; June 6, 19, 1974. BARLBOROUGH der Barlborough Hall Rodes 1583 Built by Francis Rodes ca. 1583. Owned by Cornelius Heathcote Rodes - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. BEAUCHIEF ABBEY der Beauchief Abbey Hall Strelley - Pegge - Pegge-Burnell 1665+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 122. BOLSOVER der Bolsover Castle Cavendish med Rebuilt 1616 by Sir Charles Cavendish (d. 1617), completed by his son William. Ruined. BRETBY REPTON der Bretby Park Stanhope 1650+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 103. Owned by the Stanhope family, Earls of Chesterfield, since 1590. Rebuilt ca. 1650+. Owned 1855 by GFeorge A.F. Stanhope. BURTON-ON-TRENT der Drakelowe Hall Des Voeux - Gresley 1750? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 94. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, IV, 1902, 25. Contents sold July 14-17, 20-22, 1931. CHESTERFIELD der Sutton Hall Leake - Clarke - Butler 1720? Leake family (1611); Clarke family (1736); Butler family (1805). Owned by James Wandesford Butler, 19th Earl of Ormond - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Now a ruin. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 243. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DERBY der Kedleston House [Hall] Curzon 1759+ National Trust. Designed by Adam. Library. Owned by Nathaniel Curzon, Lord Scarsdale - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, II, 1893, 87. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. DERBY der Locko Park Lowe - Drury 1670+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 6. EDNASTON der Ednaston Lodge Kingdon 1650? In the Kingdon family since ca. 1660. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. ELVASTON der Elvaston Hall Stanhope 1760+ Rebuilt ca. 1760; designed by James Wyatt. Owned by Charles Stanhope, Earl of Harrington - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 138. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. ETWALL der Etwall Hall Gerard - Mosley - Sleigh - Cotton 1620? Sold by the Gerards to Sir Edward Mosley 1641. Passed 1646 to Sir Samuel Sleigh (d. 1679); then Rowland Cotton. Owned 1855 by Rev Charles E. Cotton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 167. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, II, 1893, 73. FOREMARK der Foremark House [Hall] Burdett - Allsopp 1780? Large library. Rebuilt by Sir Robert Burdett. Owned 1853 by Henry Allsopp. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 197. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, IV, 1902, 63. HADDON HALL der Haddon Hall Vernon - Manners med F.H. Cheetham, Haddon Hall. Manchester, 1904. S. Rayner, History ... Haddon Hall. London, 1836. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 50-55. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839. Seat of the Dukes of Rutland. Owned by Sir George Vernon (d. 1635). Passed to Manners ca. 1640. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, I, 1892, 5. K.H. Mantell. Haddon Hall. Derby: English Life, [1957]; [1964]; [1970]; 1974; 1987. HARTINGTON der Hartington Hall Bateman 1525? Bateman family to 1850. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 241. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, II, 1893, 237. MANSFIELD der Hardwick Hall Talbot - Cavendish 1590+ Built for Earl of Shrewsbury. Acquired by the Dukes of Devonshire. Library. [Anon] The History of Chesterfield. London, 1839. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 65. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848.

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MARKEATON der Markeaton Hall Mundy 1720? Mundy family since 1537. Built ca. 1720. Owned by Francis Mundy, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. MELLOR der Mellor Hall Cheetham - Ratcliff 1680+ Built by Isaac Cheetham. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, I, 1892, 151. RENISHAW der Renishaw Hall Sitwell 1650? In Sitwell family since 17 cent. Owned 1854 by Sir Sitwell R. Sitwell. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 16. SHARDLOW der Shardlow Hall Fosbrooke - Sutton 1580? Bought by James Sutton ca. 1810. Owned by his son, James Sutton, in 1852. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 98-99. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, IV, 1902, 115. SWADLINCOTE der Calke Abbey Harpur 1703+ Built for Sir John Harpur. National Trust. Library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 107. TISSINGTON der Tissington Hall Fitzherbert med Fitzherbert family since Henry V. Owned by Sir Henry Fitzherbert - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 91. S. Jones, Views, 1829. UTTOXETER der Doveridge House Cavendish 1769 Built by Sir Henry Cavendish. Owned by Richard Cavendish, Lord Waterpark - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Tilley, Halls of Derbyshire, II, 1893, 41. WILLERSLEY der Willersley Castle Arkwright 1700? Burned in 1791; rebuilt. Owned by Richard Arkwright - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Contents sold June 7-11, 1927. WINGERWORTH der Wingerworth Hall Brailsford - Curzon - Hunloke 1726 Hunloke family since 1525. Improved by Sir Henry Hunloke (d. 1715). Rebuilt by Sir Thomas W. Hunloke. Owned 1854 by Sir Henry Hunloke. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 15. Country Life, 27, 1910, 162. DEVON BROADHEMBURY dev The Grange Drewe 1610+ Built by Sir Thomas Drewe. Owned by John Rose Drewe - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 67. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BUCKLAND FILLEIGH dev Buckland Filleigh Fortescue med Rebuilt ca. 1750. Owned by John Inglett Fortescue - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Broadclyst dev Killerton House Baring-Gould 1780? National Trust. Baring-Gould collection. A. Acland, Killerton. 1983. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 34. CHUDLEIGH dev Ugbrooke Park Clifford 1800? Australian National University, Canberra. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J. Britton, Devonshire, 1832, 102. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 150. CREDITON dev Creedy Park Davie 1580 Built by John Davie, Mayor of Exeter. Sir John Davie (1641); 1823 passed to Col. Henry R. Ferguson [= Davie], owner in 1852. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 70. DARTINGTON dev Dartington Hall Champernoune 1430+ Originally the seat of the Dukes of Exeter. Acquired by Sir Arthur Champernoune ca. 1705. Rawlin Champernoune (d. 1774). J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 71. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 134. EXETER dev Pynes Northcote med F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 15.

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EXMOUTH dev Mamhead Ball - Vaughan - Hewett - Newman 1680+ Built by Sir Peter Ball ca. 1680; 1749 Aprice family; 1754 Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl of Lisburne (d. 1800). Owned by General Sir George Hewett (d. 1840) - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 175. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Rebuilt in 1832. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HALDON dev Haldon House Chudleigh - Chichester - Palk 1620? Sir George Chudleigh (d. 1738); Sir John Chichestert. Several owners to Sir Robert Palk. Large library with MSS of Hoker, Westcote, Risdon, and Chapple - writers on Devon. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 172. HAYNE dev Hayne House [Castle] Hayne - Harris med Owned 1853 by Christopher A. Harris. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 71-4. KILMINGTON dev Coryton House Warren - Tucker 1600? Warren family to 1697; William Tucker (1697). Rebuilt in 1756 by Benedictus Marwood Tucker. Owned by William Tucker - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 61. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LUSCOMBE dev Luscombe House [Castle] Hoare 1800+ Built by Charles Hoare; designed by Nash. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 63. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 228. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MILTON ABBOT dev Endsleigh Russell 1810+ Built ca. 1810. Designed by Jeffry Wyatt. Owned by John Russell, Duke of Bedford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J. Britton, Devonshire, 1832, 55. S. Jones, Views, 1829. NEWTON ABBOT dev Ford House Reynell - Courtenay - Wise 1620+ Built by Sir Richard Reynell ca. 1620. Courtenay family (1660). Owned by Aylesford Wise - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. NORTH HUISH dev Black Hall Fowell - Cornish 1780? Built by Hubert Cornish ca. 1780. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 230. OKEHAMPTON dev Oaklands Savile 1820? Built by Albany Savile, MP. Owned 1852 by Albany B. Savile. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 67. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 75. PENNYMOOR dev Cruwys Morchard House Cruwys - Sharland 1594+ In the family since medieval times. The library dates from 1682. Passed in 1804 to George Sharland. Rev George Sharland changed his name back to Cruwys. H. Montgomery-Massingberd. The Field Book of Country Houses and their Owners. London, 1988. E.R. Delderfield, West Country Houses, I, 1968, 46. PLYMPTON dev Saltram House Parker 1750? National Trust. Built by John Parker and his son. An 18c house formed from a Tudor/Stuart foundation. Rich 18c collections, including a library. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J. Britton, Devonshire, 1832, 52. National Trust. POWDERHAM dev Powderham Castle Courtenay med Built by Sir Philip Courtenay, Earl of Devon. Owned by William Courtenay, Viscount Courtenay - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Library. J. Britton, Devonshire, 1832, 32. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SOUTH MOLTON dev Castle Hill Fortescue med F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. TIVERTON dev Collipriest House Blundell - Winsloe - Hay 1780+ Blundell family; rebuilt ca. 1780 by Thomas Winsloe. Owned by James Hay - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1831. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 242. S. Jones, Views, 1829. TORRINGTON dev Stevenstone Park Trefusis 1750? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. WEMBURY dev Langdon Hall [Court] Parr - Calmady 1600? Calmady family since 1701. Owned by Mrs Calmady - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852,

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227. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WEMBWORTHY dev Eggesford House Wallop med Wallop family, Earls of Portsmouth, and Lords Lymington. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. YEALMPTON dev Kitley House Bastard 1570? Bastard family. J. Britton, Devonshire Illustrated, 1832, 42. WOODSFORD dir Woodsford Castle Stafford - Strangways med A farmhouse 1730. Ruined by 1850; then restored. The Strangways were Earls of Ilchester. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 50. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 223. DORSET ABBOTSBURY dor Abbotsbury Castle Fox - Strangways med One of the seats of the Earls of Ilchester. Also owned Melbury House, Redlynch House, and 42 Belgrave Square. ABBOTSBURY dor Abbotsbury Castle Strangways Library before 1850? ANDERSON dor Anderson Manor Tregonwell 1622 Built by John Tregonwell. In family to 1910. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. BARNSTON dor Barnston Manor Clavell med Sold by Sir William Clavell 1623. Subsequent history? A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. BERE REGIS dor Manor House Turberville 1580+ Built by Thomas Turberville (d. 1587). Demolished 1850. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. BINGHAM'S MELCOMBE dor Bingham's Melcombe House Bingham med Bingham family from ca. 1220. Sir Richard Bingham (d. 1598). Library built ca. 1700. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. BLANDFORD dor Down House Pitt - Smith 1660+ Built by the Pitts ca. 1660. Owned by the Smiths ca. 1850. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. BLOXWORTH dor Bloxworth House Savage - Trenchard - Pickard 1608 Altered 18 cent. and 1820. Built by George Savage. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. BRADFORD PEVEREL dor Manor House Meggs - Purling med Sold by John Meggs in 1770 to John Purling (d. 1798); George Purling. Owned by the Meggs family from ca. 1570. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. BRIDPORT dor The Hyde Hide - Hardy - Sherive - Downes - Gundry 1790? Rev Sherive Rector of Bridport 1790. Owned by Joseph Gundry in 1865. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. BRYANSTON dor Bryanston House Berkeley - Portman 1780+ Built ca. 1780 by Henry William Portman. Owned by Edward Berkeley Portman, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. wned by Henry William Berkeley Portman 1850. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Oswald, 1959, 175. Contents sold Nov. 24, 1925. CHALBURY dor Uddens House Gundry - Greathed 1747 Built by Nathaniel Gundry. Sold 1795 to Edward Greathed. Remodelled ca. 1810. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset,III, 1868, 115. CHARBOROUGH dor Charborough Hall [Park] Erle - Drax 1660+ Orig. house burned in the Civil War. Owned by General Thomas Erle (d. 1711). Passed to Henry Drax ca. 1730. Rebuilt by Sir Walter Erle. Added to by Henry Drax ca. 1738. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 142. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 166.

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CHARMINSTER dor Wolfeton House Trenchard med Trenchard family from 1480. Semi-derelict by 1862. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 60. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 209. CHARMINSTER dor Wolveton House Trenchard - Henning 1500+ Built by Sir Thomas Trenchard (d. 1505). Acquired by the Hennings ca. 1805. Remodelled ca. 1820. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, II, 1863, 60. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 209. CHETTLE dor Chettle House Chafin - Castleman 1810 Built by George Chafin. Sold 1846 to Edward Castleman. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 153. CHIDEOCK dor Chideock Manor Arundell - Weld 1450+ The Chideock family estate passed to the Arundell family in 1450; in 1802 passed to Thomas Weld (Catholic family). Many alterations and enlargements. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. CHILCOMB dor Chilcomb Manor Bishop 1578 Built by John Bishop. By 1800 a farmhouse. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. CHILD OCKFORD dor Fontmel Parva St Lo 1720? Built by Admiral Edward St Lo (d. 1729). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. CLENSTON dor Winterborne Clenston Winterborne - De la Lynde - Morton - Pleydell med Winterborne family from 1230. De la Lynde 1456. Rebuilt by Sir Thomas De la Lynde (d. 1532). Mortons ca. 1560. Passed to Pleydell family. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 53. CLYFFE dor Clyffe House Baynard - Sturt - Porcher 1620+ New house built 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 45. CRANBORNE dor Boveridge Hooper - Brouncker 1570+ Owned by the Hooper family from ca. 1570 to 1750; sold to Henry Brouncker, 1750. Old house demolished ca. 1825 and replaced by an Italian villa. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 228. CRANBORNE dor Cranborne Lodge [Manor] Stillingfleet - Drax - Toulin - Tregonwell 1660+ Owned by Samuel Stillingfleet (d. 1661). Rebuilt ca. 1750 by Thomas Erle Drax. John Hutchins, Dorset, III, 1868, 380. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 123. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 91. CRANBORNE dor Manor House Cecil 1520+ Enlarged 1620+. Robert Cecil was created Viscount Cranborne in 1604; Earl of Salisbury 1605. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. DEWLISH dor Dewlish House Baskett - Skinner 1680+ Rebuilt by Thomas Skinner who acquired the house in 1663 from John Baskett. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. DUNTISH dor Castle Hill Foy - Shore 1760 Built by Fitzwalter Foy (d. 1781) near the old manor house. Owned 1810 by Samuel Shore. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. DUNTISH dor Duntish Court Churchill - Foy 1760? Designed by Sir William Chambers. Formerly known as Castle Hill. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. J. Hutchins, History of Dorset, III, 1868, 708. A. Oswald, 1959, 93. Built by Fitzwalter Foy. Foys acquired it from 1st Duke of Marlborough. EAST LULWORTH dor Lulworth Castle Howard - Weld 1588+ Rebuilt in the 18 cent. Burned down in 1929. Owned by the Weld family since 1641. Owned by Humphrey Weld - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, vol. IV, 1828. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 32. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Oswald, Country Houses of DSorset, 1959, 127. EAST STOKE dor Heffleton House

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Fyler 1750+ Owned 1850 by John William T. Fyler. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. EDMONDSHAM dor Edmondsham House Hussey - Fry - Bowers 1589 Owned by Hussey family to 1745 when the 3rd Thomas Hussey died. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. ENCOMBE dor Encombe House Arundel - Culliford - Pitt - Scott med Sir Thomas Arundel ca. 1558; then Culliford family to 1734, when the house was pulled down by John Pitt; new house then built. Acquired by John Scott, Earl of Eldon in 1807. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861, 520. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 155. FLEET dor Fleet House Mohun 1602+ Built by Maximilian Mohun (d. 1612). Owned 1860 by Rev George Goodden. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. FOLKE dor Folke House Chafin - Jacob - Drax 1650? Owned by Thomas Chafin 1661. Bought by Rev. E. Jacob ca. 1700. Owned by Drax family 18-19 cent. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. FRAMPTON dor Frampton House Frampton - Browne - Grant 1580+ Rebuilt by Robert Frampton. Owned by the Brownes since late 17 cent. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, 1861. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 69. Passed to the Grants in 1833. HANFORD dor Hanford House Seymer - Ker-Seymer 1623 Owned 1850+ by Henry Ker-Seymer. Seymer family since 1599. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 94. KINGSTON dor Kingston House Grey - Pitt - Saunders 1591+ In the Grey family to 1650? Sold by Laura Pitt in 1698 to John Saunders. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. By 1866 a home for poor widows. LANGTON dor Langton House Coker - Holder - Snow - Farquharson 1827 Coker's house ca. 1740 pulled down. Owned by Rev John Coker; sold to William Holder; sold to George Snow; bought by James J. Farquharson 1800. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. LANGTON MALTRAVERS dor Leeson House Dampier - Garland 1750+ Enlarged by John Dampier 1808. Owned by John B. Garland 1850+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. LIDLINCH dor Plumber House Brune 1620+ Enlarged by Charles Brune ca. 1750. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, IV, 1870, 189. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. LONG CRICHELL dor Critchill House Napier - Sturt 1640+ Built by Sir Nathaniel Napier ca. 1640. In the Sturt family since 1720. Owned by Henry Charles Sturt - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. MAPPERTON dor Mapperton Manor [House] Brett - Morgan - Brodrepp - Compton med Remodelled by Richard Brodrepp ca. 1661. The 4th Richard Brodrepp died 1774. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 79. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 125. MELBURY SAMPFORD dor Melbury House Sampford - Maltravers - Stafford - Strangways-Horner 1700? Rebuilt by Thomas Strangways (d. 1713). Seat of Strangways-Horner family. MS lists (1731-1848). BL Add. 51373A, 51373B. Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 118. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 158. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 133. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, II, 1880, 29. Part of library sold May 14-16, 1962. MERLY dor Merly House Willett 1752+ Bought by Ralph Willett in 1751 from Windham Ash. Built new house near orig. house. Enlarged 1772. Large library. Willett printed a cat. of his library in 1785. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. [Anon] Merley House and model museum. Derby: English Life, 1990.

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MILBORNE ST ANDREW dor Milborne House Morton - Pleydell - Morton-Pleydell 1580+ Remodelled 1729 by Edmund Morton-Pleydell. Demolished 1802. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. II, 1863, 598. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. MILTON dor Milton Abbas Tregonwell - Bancks - Strachan - Damer - Fletcher med Sold to Joseph Damer, Lord Milton, and Earl of Dorchester, in 1753. Rebuilt in 1771+ by Joseph Fletcher. Owned by Lady Caroline Damer. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. Large library. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 108. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. Contents sold Sep 12-15, 19-23, 1932. J. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. MORETON dor Moreton House Frampton 1740+ Old house rebuilt by James Frampton - his diaries survive. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. NOTTINGTON dor Nottington House Steward 1817 Built by Richard A.T. Steward (d. 1842), MP for Doreset. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. OVER COMPTON dor Compton House Abington - Goodden 1620+ Sold by George Abington to Robert Goodden (d. 1764). In Goodden family to 1870+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816 PARNHAM dor Parnham House Strode - Oglander 1530+ Built by Robert Strode. Remodelled ca. 1790. Strode family to 1764; John Oglander, 1764. Enlarged by Sir W. Oglander, designed by Nash. Owned by John Oglander 1764. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 58. PETERSHAM dor Gaunt's House Glyn 1810? Built by Sir Richard Carr Glyn - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. J. Hutchins, History of Dorset, III, 1868, 244. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. PETERSHAM dor Petersham House Morton - Russell - Glyn 1600+ Sold by Sir George Morton 1631 to William Russell. Sold 1785 to Sir Richard C. Glyn. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. POXWELL dor Warmwell Trenchard - Sadler - Richards 1625+ Owned by Sir George Trenchard (cp. Wolfeton House). Owned 1662-1674 by John Sadler, the Orientalist. Owned by Richards family 1687-1806. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 93. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 189. PUDDLETOWN dor Athelhampton House Martin - Brune - Floyer - Bankes - Long - Pole 1660+ Owned by Sir Ralph Bankes ca. 1660. Sold to Sir Robert Long 1665; Sir James Long (d. 1691). Sold to George J. Wood 1850+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. Robert Cooke, Athelhampton, 1974. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 65. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 3. PURSE CAUNDLE dor Purse Caundle House Long - Hoskins - Mews med Acquired by Richard Long ca. 1460; Hoskins 1656; Peter Mews, Bishop of Winchester 1684-1706. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 55. Country Life, 134, 1963, 1340, 1406. SANDFORD ORCAS dor Sandford Orcas House Knoyle - Hutchings 1533 Built by Edward Knoyle. Owned by Knoyles to 1732. Owned in 1739 by Samuel Hutchings. Let for next 140 years. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 75. SHAFTESBURY dor Arundel House Arundel 1550+ Built by Sir Thomas Arundel from Abbey ruins. Derelict by 1860. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. SHERBORNE dor Eastmont House Eastmont - Mildmay - Fooks 1670+ Owned by Sir Henry Paulet St John Mildmay. Sold 1807 to Thomas Fooks. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. SHERBORNE dor Sherborne Castle Raleigh - Digby 1595+

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Owned by Sir Walter Raleigh. Much added to after 1660. Owned by Edward Digby, Earl of Digby - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. Owned by Simon Wingfield Digby. Visited by Alexander Pope. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 130. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. SHERBORNE dor Sherborne House Portman - Seymour - Toogood - Digby 1720+ Built by Henry Seymour Portman; then Henry Seymour. Sold ca. 1765 to Mr Toogood. Bought by Lord Digby 19 cent. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. SHROTON dor Ranston House Ryves - Baker 1758 Ryves family to 1781. Robert Ryves 1545. Bought 1781 by Peter W. Baker (d. 1814). Baker family to 20 cent. Owned by Thomas Ryves - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 161. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. SHROTON dor Ranston House Ryves - Baker 1750? Bought by Peter W. Baker in 1781 from Thomas Ryves. Large library. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. SMEDMORE dor Smedmore House Clavell - Mansel 1790+ Built by Edward Clavell. Enlarged 1820+. Passed ca. 1830 to Lt Col John Mansel (d. 1863). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 162. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. STAFFORD dor Stafford House Russell - Acton - Floyer 1610+ Remodelled ca. 1720. Owned by Richard Russell 1714; George Acton 1749; John Floyer 1780. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, II, 1863, 513. STALBRIDGE dor Stalbridge House [Parl] Boyle - Walter - Bayly - Paget 1600? Owned by Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork, 1630 (d. 1643). Bought by Peter Walter (d. 1745). Passed to Edward Bayly 1752. Owned 1820 by Henry William Paget, Earl of Uxbridge, Marquis of Anglesey (d. 1854). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. STALBRIDGE dor Thornhill House Thornhill - Pynsent - Sage - Cree - MacMahon - Boucher 1620? Sold by Robert Thornhill to Sir William Pynsent ca. 1680. Repurchased by Sir James Thornhill ca. 1700. Sold by John Thornhill 1770 to Mr - Sage. Bought 1787 by John Cree; 1795 John MacMahon. Bought 1828 by William Boucher (d. 1836). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. III, 1868, 672. STEEPLE dor Stepleton House Pitt - Fownes - Beckford 1750+ Thomas Fownes 1654. Sold 1745 by Thomas Fownes to Julines Beckford of Jamaica. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 159. STOKE GAYLARD dor Stock House Farr - Yeatman 1620? Acquired 1690 by the Yeatmans by marriage with the Farrs. Owned by Rev H.F. Yeatman, a Judge. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, III, 1868, 686. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. STUDLAND dor Brownsea Castle Benson - Waugh 1722 Converted to a house by William Benson. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Oswald, 1959, 174. Contents sold June 13-23, 1927. TARENT GUNVILLE dor Eastbury Park Dodington 1718+ Designed by Vanbrugh. Built by Dodington. Owned by George Bubb Dodington who succeeded to the estate in 1720. Created Baron Melcombe in 1761. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959,149. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. THORNCOMBE dor Forde Abbey Rosewell - Prideaux - Gwyn - Miles 1649+ Originally monastic. Bought by Edmund (Edward?) Prideaux 1649. Passed to Francis Gwyn ca. 1700. Virtually intact since the Commonwealth. Library in the abbey refectory. Bought 1847 by George F.W. Miles. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. 1959, 113. John Roper, Forde Abbey, [1965?] J. Hutchins, History of Dorset, IV, 1870, 528. J.F. Roper. Forde Abbey. Derby: English Life, [1962]; [1968]. TURNWORTH dor Turnworth House Twynihoe - Davis - Protheroe 1580+ Owned by Rev. Christopher Twynihoe (d. 1773). Mark Davis (d. 1832) ca. 1800. Passed to Mark Protheroe in 1844. Sold 1846 to W.O.P. Okeden (d. 1868). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, III, 1868, 469.

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TYNEHAM dor Tyneham House Williams - Bond 1620+ Orig. house built 1583 by Henry Williams. In Bond family since 1683. Bought by Nathaniel Bond. Owned by Rev William Bond 1820+; Rev John Bond, Vicar of Weston (near Bath). Remodelled 1820+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 86. Bond family to 20 cent. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 76. UPCERNE dor Upcerne House Mellor 1610+ Built by Sir Robert Mellor (d. 1624). Remodelled ca. 1830. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, IV, 1870, 156. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 96. UPNEY dor Upway House Gould 1570+ Owned by the Goulds to ca. 1850. Remodelled ca. 1750. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, II, 1863, 844. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. Also spelled Upwey. WALTERSTON dor Walterston House Howard 1586+ Built by Thomas Howard, son of 1st Viscount Bindon. Burned 1863. Medieval seat of the Martins. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, II, 1863, 620. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 117. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 89. WATERSTON dor Waterston Manor Newburgh - Marney - Howard 1700? Library built early 18 cent. Rebuilt by Thomas Howard. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 89. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. J. Hutchins, Dorset, II, 1863, 620. WEST CREECH dor Creech Grange Lawrence - Bond 1620+ Sold 1686 by John Lawrence to Nathaniel Bond. Owned 1850 by Rev Nathaniel Bond. The orig. Lawrence house was built ca. 1530 by Sir Oliver Lawrence. Modernised 1739 by Denis Bond. Rebuilt by Rev Nathaniel Bond 1846. Library built in 1740. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 84. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 65. WEST KNIGHTON dor Lewell Lodge Pount - Hawkins 1796 Built by Adair Hawkins, a London surgeon. Owned by Bisset Hawkins MD from 1850+. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. WIMBORNE MINSTER dor Deans Court Hanham 1580+ The Baronetcy dates from 1667. Enlarged 1725. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. WIMBORNE MINSTER dor Kingston Lacy Bankes 1672+ Built by Sir John Bankes ca. 1672. Owned by Henry Bankes - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Also known as Kingston Hall. Owned by Henry Bankes 1799. Remodelled ca. 1820. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 144. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Doresettiensis, 1816. S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 103. WIMBORNE ST GILES dor Ashley House Ashley - Ashleu-Cooper med Also known as St Giles House. Revuilt 1651+. Remodelled ca. 1750. Owned by the Ashleys, Earls of Shaftesbury, since medieval times. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset. WINTERBORNE CAME dor Came House Meller - Damer 1750+ Rebuilt by John Damer. Bought from the Lellers by Joseph Damer (from Ireland, d. 1736). John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 158. WINTERBORNE FARINGDON dor Manor House Williams 1582+ Built by Sir John Williams (d. 1617). In the Williams family to 19 cent. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. WINTERBORNE WHATCOMBE dor Whatcombe House Pleydel 1750+ Built by Edmund Morton Pleydel. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 163. J. Hutchins, Vitruvius Dorsettiensis, 1816. WINTERBOURNE ANDERSON dor Anderson Manor Morton - Tregonwell 1622 Bought by John Tregonwell 1620. Designed by Inigo Jones. J. Hutchins, Dorset, II, 160-62. S. Heath, Dorset Manor

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Houses, 1907, 197. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 102. WOOLBRIDGE dor Woolbridge Manor Turberville 1580+ S. Heath, Dorset Manor Houses, 1907, 231. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 47-8. Acquired by Thomas Turberville ca. 1560. The principal Turberville seat was at Bere. History obscrue after ca. 1710. WOTTON FITZPAINE dor Wotton House Rose - Drewe - Luttrell 1820+ Numerous remodellings. Owned 1850 by the widow of Francis Luttrell. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset, II, 1863, 274. WOTTON GLANVILLE dor Round Chimneys Wellman - Dale 1590+ Sold by the Duke of Marlborough to Dr Wellman ca. 1715. Sold to J.C. Dale in 1829. John Hutchins. The History ... Dorset. 1861. WRAXALL dor Wraxall Manor Stawel - Bampfield 1600? Owned by the two families jointly to 1820. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 99. WYNFORD EAGLE dor Wynford Eagle House Sydenham 1630 Owned by Sydenham family from 1545. Rebuilt 1630 by William Sydenham. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Dorset, 1959, 100. DURHAM AXWELL dur Axwell Park Clavering 1758 Built by Sir Thomas Clavering, designed by James Paine. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. AYTON BANK dur Ravensworth Castle Boynton - Gascoigne - Liddel 1808+ Old house pulled down in 1808. Owned by Henry George Liddel, 2nd Earl of Ravesnworth - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. Rebuilt by Nash 1846. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 62. Bought by Thomas Ravensworth in 1619. Owned by Sir Thomas H. Liddel, Baron Ravensworth 1821. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 17. BARNARD CASTLE dur Ridley Hall Davidson 1780? John Davidson. Cambridge University. BEAMISH dur Beamish Hall Wray - Christian - Davison 1813+ Owned by Col. Wray 1651. Sold by George Wray to Maj. Christian 1671. Rebuild of house ca. 1737+. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Morton J. Davison - E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. BISHOP MIDDLEHAM dur Bishop Middleham Hall Smeddle 1765+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Rev. John Smeddle in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. BLACKWELL dur Blackwell Grange Allan 1700+ Enlarged 1722. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Large library. Built by George Allan. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 40. BLACKWELL dur Blackwell Hall Neville - Ewbank - Allen 1810? Owned 1852 by Robert H. Allen, FSA, High Sherriff. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 39. BRANCEPETH dur Brancepeth Castle Neville - Cole - Bellasyse - Tempest - Russell med Numerous owners: Neville family (1398); Cole family (1640); Sir Henry Ballasyse (1701); Earl of Fauconberg (17740; John Tempest (1776); William Russell (1790). Owned by Matthew Russell, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880. BRANDON dur Burn Hall Brackenbury - Claxton - Peacock - Smith - Salvin 1821+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by John Smith (d. 1715). Owned by Bryan J. Salvin in 1834. E. Mackenzie

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& M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. CASTLE EDEN dur Castle Eden Burdon 1786 Built by Rowland Burdon, the Elder. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Rowland Burdon, the Younger in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 215. CHESTER-LE-STREET dur Lumley Castle Lumley - Saunderson med Founded by Sir Robert Lumley. Large library of John Lumley acquired by James I, then BM. Owned by Richard Lumley Saunderson, Earl of Scarborough - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 163. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 9. [Anon] Lumley Castle. Derby: English Life, [1953]. CROXDALE dur Croxdale Hall Salvin 1760+ Built by General Salvin, the architect's father. Salvin family from 1474. Owned by William T. Salvin in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. DURHAM dur Lambton Hall [Castle] Lambton - Morton med Also known as Lambton Castle. Rebuilt 1815 on site of castle dismantled by William H. Lambton. Lambton family since medieval times. Owned by John George Lambton, M.P. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 140. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Owned by Henry Morton in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold April 19-22, 1932. DURHAM dur Oswald House Richardby - Wilkinson 1800+ Built 1800+ by Mr -- Richardby; bought by Thomas Wilkinson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. EGGLESTONE dur Egglestone Hall Hutchinson 1815+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Hutchinson family from 1700. Owned by George P. Hutchinson in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. ELEMORE dur Elemore Hall Baker 1750+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by George Baker in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. ESH dur Esh Hall Smythe 1687+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Smythe family from 1600. Built by Sir Edward Smythe. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. FELLING dur Crow Hall Wylam 1750+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Thomas Wylam in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. GAINFORD dur Gainford Hall Cradock 1603+ Ruined by 1850. Restored. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Rev. John Cradock. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. GIBSIDE dur Gibside Hall Blakiston - Bowes 1603+ Remodelled 1805. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Sir William Blakiston. Passed to Bowes family in 1713. Owned by George Bowes M.P. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 57. GREENCROFT dur Greencroft Hall Hall - Clavering 1670+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Acquired by the Claverings in 1670. Owned by Sir Thomas Clavering in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HAMSTERLEY dur Hamsterley Hall Swinburn - Surtees 1770+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Henry Swinburn; completed by Anthony Surtees, owner in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HARDWICK dur Hardwick Hall Aske - Maire - Wytham - Burdon 1720+

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N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Marquis of Cleveland in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HARPERLEY dur Harperley Hall Cradock - Pearson - Wilkinson 1580+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Marmaduke Cradock. Owned by George H. Wilkinson in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HEADLAM dur Headlam Hall Neville - Brockett 1620+ Enlarged ca. 1720. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by William N. Brockett in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HEBBURN dur Hebburn Hall Carr - Ellison 1660+ Refaced 1790. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Cuthbert Ellison in 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 238. HEWORTH dur Heworth Hall Salvin - Byerley - Milbanke - Watson 1700+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HILTON dur Hilton Castle Hilton - Musgrave - Bowes 1700? Hilton family to 1746; Sir Richard Musgrave; Bowes family since ca. 1780. Owned by John Lyon Bowes, Earl of Strathmore - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. HOLMSIDE dur Holmside New Hall Hunter 1682+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by John Hunter. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HORDEN dur Horden Hall Conyers - Burdon 1600+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Christopher Conyers. Bought by Rowland Burdon 1767. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HUNWICK dur Hunwick Old Hall Burdon - Hutton - Eure - Neville - Reay - Spencer med Medieval manor house. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Rev Robert Spencer in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. HYLTON dur Hylton Castle Hilton - Musgrave - Brisco - Bowes med Owned 1854 by John Bowes. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 60. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, I, 1818. LANGLEY dur Langley Hall Scrope - Powlett - Lambton 1530+ Built by Henry, Lord Scrope. Ruined. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Ruined by 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. MAINSFORTH dur Mainsforth Hall Hutton - Surtees 1720+ Sold to Robert Surtees in 1708. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Robert Surtees FSA in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. REDWORTH dur Redworth House Surtees 1580+ Enlarged 1744. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Robert Surtees in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. RYTON dur Bradley Hall Anderson - Hedley 1750+ Designed by Paine. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Anderson family from 1630. owned by Robert Hedley in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. SEAHAM dur Seaham Hall Milbanke - Stewart 1780+ Byron's wedding celebrated here. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by the Marquis of Londonderry in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 151. SEDGEFIELD dur Sands Hall Ord 1738+ Owned in 1794 by Ralph Ord. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953.

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SHOTTON dur Shotton Hall Thompson - Brandling 1780+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. In Thompson family since 16 cent. Passed to Charles Brandling in 1756. Owned by Rev Ralph J. Brandling in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. ST HELEN AUCKLAND dur St Helen Hall Carr 1625+ Enlarged 18 cent. by Ralph Carr of Newcastle, M.P. STAINDROP dur Raby Castle Vane - Neville med Neville; passed to Vane family. Bought from the Crown by Sir Henry Vane. Owned by the Neville family until 1569. Durham University. Owned by William Harry Vane, Earl of Darlington - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 64. S. Jones, Views, 1829. STAINDROP dur Staindrop Hall Coffin 1620? N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Capt Coffin in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. STANHOPE dur Stanhope Castle Rippon 1798 N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Built by Cuthbert Rippon. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. STANHOPE dur Unthank Hall Maddison - Westgarth - Hildyard med N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by - Hildyard in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. STELLA dur Stella Hall Tempest - Dunn 1580+ Modernised 18 cent. Designed by Paine. Library. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Mrs Bridget Dunn in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. STOCKTON-ON-TEES dur Wynyard Park Stewart 1750? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. STREATLAM dur Streatlam Castle Bowes 1720 Built by Blakiston Bowes. Modified up to 1830. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 58. [Anon] Streatlam Castle. London, 1880. TANFIELD dur Tanfield Hall Dawson - Beamish 1670+ Remodelled ca. 1720. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WALWORTH dur Walworth Castle Jennison - Esh - Hopper 1600+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Thomas Hopper in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 98. WASHINGTON dur Biddick Hall Crofton 1720+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Nicholas Crofton in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WASHINGTON dur Washington Hall James - Musgrave - Washington 1620+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. National Trust. WEST AUCKLAND dur West Auckland Hall Eden 1670+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Eden family since 16 cent. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WHITBURN dur Whitburn Hall Pilkington - Williamson 1600+ Remodelled ca. 1800. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834.

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WHITWORTH dur Whitworth Hall Shafto 1780+ Burned 1892. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Shafto family since 1652. Owned by Robert Shafto in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 246. WHORLTON dur Sledwick Hall Poole 1580+ Medieval origins. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. A farmhouse by 1834. Owned by Edward Poole. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WILLINGTON dur Willington Hall Mills 1750? N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WINSTON dur Westholme Hall Douthwaite - Bacon - Musgrave 1606+ N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. Owned by Sir Charles Musgrave in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. WITTON PARK dur Witton Castle Eure - Chaytors 1530 Eure family from 1530-1660. Then owned by Chaytors family. Owned by Colonel Chaytors - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Contents sold Nov 27-28, 1963. WOLSINGHAM dur Bradley Hall Bradley - Eure - Tempest - Bowes med Remodelled ca. 1740. N. Pevsner, County Durham, 1953. In Bowes family from 1600. Owned by Thomas Bowes in 1834. E. Mackenzie & M. Ross, Historical, Topographical ... View of ... Durham. 1834. ESSEX ABRIDGE ess Dews Hall Lockwood 1740+ Enlarged by Richard Lockwood ca. 1740. Orig. founded ca. 1505. Owned by William Joseph Lockwood - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Demolished 1840. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. ALRESFORD ess Alresford Hall Hawkins 1720+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 205. AVELEY ess Belhus Barrett - Belhus - Lennard 1530 John Barrett (1530); 1550 Nicholas Belhus. Owned by Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions in Essex, I, 1825, 183. P. Morant, Essex, I, 1768, 78. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 34. Contents sold May 8-11, 14-17, 1923. BARKING ess Bifrons Bamber - Gascoigne 1740+ Built by Dr John Bamber. Still in Bamber Gascoigne ownership. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARTLOW END ess Waltons Maynard 1730+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BELCHAMP WALTER ess Belchamp Hall Raymond 1620+ Rebuilt by John Raymond ca. 1715. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.R. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 32. BOBBINGWORTH ess Blake Hall Clarke - D'Aeth - Capel Cure 1660+ Bought by John Clarke in 1709; demolished; in family to 1770; then bought by Capel Cure from Sir Narborough D'Aeth. Library. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 44. BOREHAM ess Boreham House Hoare - Walford - Tyrell 1728+ Built by Benjamin Hoare; sold in 1750 to Rev William Walford; bought by Sir John Tyrell in 1800. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BOREHAM ess New Hall Ratcliffe - Villiers - Monk - Hoare 1573

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Built by Thomas Ratcliffe, 3rd Earl of Sussex; bought by George Villiers 1st Duke of Buckingham 1622; 1660 given to George Monk 1st Duke of Albemarle; 1713 bought by Sir Richard Hoare, the banker; 1737 passed to John Olmius. Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BOXTED ess The Lodge Lefroy 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRADWELL-JUXTA-MARE ess Bradwell Lodge Dudley 1781+ A transformation of the former Rectory by Rev Sir Henry Bate Dudleu (the "fighting parson"). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. BRENTWOOD ess Thorndon Hall Petre 1591 New house built by Robert Edward Petre, 9th Lord Petre 2 miles north in 1764-70. Designed by Samuel Wyatt. Large library. Owned by William Francis Henry Petre, Lord Petre - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 66. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 163. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 175. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. BULMER ess Auberies Andrewes - Greenwood - Meyrick - Alexander 1700+ Owned by the Andrewes family from 1700 to 1807; sold to C. Greenwood, who rebuilt the house; sold to Col. Meyrick in 1833; then to Caledon Alexander in 1845. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 19. Beauties of England, I, 1787, 256. CASTLE HEDINGHAM ess Castle Hedingham House Majendie 1719+ The Majendies were Huguenot. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHELMSFORD ess New Hall Ormond - Cromwell - Waltham med Originall owned by the Ormond Family. Bought by Oliver Cromwell in 1651. From 1737 in the Waltham family. Owned by Lord Waltham - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 20. P. Morant, essex, II, 1768, 14. CHELMSFORD ess Skreens Bramston 1728 Built by Thomas Bramston. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 86. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 148. CHIGWELL ess Luxborough Hall Knight - Hatch 1720 Built by Robert Knight. Demolished 1800 by James Hatch. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHIGWELL ess Rolls Park Harvey - Lloyd 1600+ In the Harvey family since 1600. Large library. Owned by Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Passed by marriage to the Lloyds of Aston Hall, Shropshire. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. Country Life, 44, 1918, 172. CHIPPING ONGAR ess Navestock New Hall Waldegrave 1720+ New house built by 1st Earl Waldegrave. Demolished 1811. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CHIPPING ONGAR ess Navestock Old Hall Waldegrave 1544+ Still remains. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COGGESHALL ess Holfield Grange Osgood - Hanbury 1710+ Improved by Henry Osgood. His daughter married John Hanbury who carried out further improvement. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COLCHESTER ess Colchester Castle Gray 1745 Charles Gray, founder of the Castle Book Society. Colchester Council. COLCHESTER ess Layer Marney Tower Marney - Tuke - Tryon - Corsellis 1525+ Begun by Henry 1st Lord Marney. Sold to Sir Brian Tuke; Sir Samuel Tryon, 1667; the Corsellis family were Flemish merchants. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 103. P. Morant, Essex, I, 1768, 409. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 123.

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COLCHESTER ess Lexden Park Mills 1825 Built by J.F. Mills. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COLNE ess Colne Park Bourchier - Maudit - Caldwell - Rookwood - Gage - Astle 1600? 1631 = Humphrey Maudit. Passed to Daniel Caldwell (d. 1634). Thomas B. Gage sold in 1762 to Michael who sold to Thomas Astle [=Hills]. Owned 1854 by Robert Hills. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 116. COPFORD ess Copford Hall Haynes - Harrison 1750+ Rev. John Harrison succeeded on the death of his cousin Hezekiah Haynes in 1763. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 112. DAGENHAM ess Parsloes Fanshawe 1580+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DANBURY ess Danbury Place Mildmay - Round 1700? Remodelled 1832. After 1850 the home of the Bishops of Rochester. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 35. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897. DANBURY ess Riffhams Spencer-Phillips 1817+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DEBDEN ess Debden Hall Chiswell - Vincent 1710 Rebuilt in 1795, designed by Richard Holland. Owned by Richard Chiswell, son of the bookseller, ca. 1710. Owned by Lady Vincent, Widow of Sir Francis Vincent - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 63. DENGIE ess Dengie Manor Fanshawe 1700+ Remodelled 1820-30. In the Fanshawe family to 1929. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DUNMOW ess Easton Lodge Bourchier - Maynard 1593 Built ca. 1593 by Sir Henry Maynard. Owned by Charles Maynard, Viscount Maynard - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Burned 1847. Rebuilt. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. F.W. Steer, The Easton Lodge Inventory, 1637. Chelmsford, 1952. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 110. J.P. Neale, Views, I, 1818. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 73. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 128. P. Morant, Essex, II, 1768, 431. EARLS COLNE ess Colne Priory Cawardine 1760+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897. ELSENHAM ess Elsenham Hall Rush - Gilbey 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 78. EPPING ess Wanstead House Tylney 1720? Designed by Colen Campbell. Owned by the Earl of Tylney - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715; III, 1725. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 62. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 261. Contents sold June-July, 1822. EPPING UPLAND ess Copped Hall Conyers 1753 Built by John Conyers on site of older house going back to 1540 - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Altered by James Wyatt 1775-77. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. P. Morant, Essex, I, 1768, 48. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. FEERING ess Prested Hall Sherwood 1527+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FINCHINGFIELD ess Spains Hall Kempe - Ruggles - Ruggles-Brise 1585+ Built by William Kempe. Bought from Lady Swinnerton Dyer (nee Kempe) by Samuel Ruggles. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 194. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897. FINGRINGHOE ess Fingringhoe Hall Darcy - Frere - Goddard - Rawston - Affleck 1580+

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Modified in ca. 1660. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GESTINGTHORPE ess Gestingthorpe Hall Oates 1735 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GOSFIELD ess Gosfield Hall Wentworth - Knight - Nugent 1540+ Built by Sir John Wentworth. Bought by John Knight 1715. Robert Nugent built the library ca. 1740. In 1807-09 occupied by the exiled Louis XVIII. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. C. Preston, History, [1959?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 83. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 171. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 91. GREAT BRAXTED ess Braxted Park [Lodge] Darcy - Whitcomb - Cornelison - Du Cane 1760+ Several owners: Thomas Darcy [1620]; Whitcomb [1692]; Du Cane [1751]. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 153. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 44. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 49. GREAT COGGESHALL ess Marks Hall Honywood 1609+ Built by Robert Honywood. Modified ca. 1755. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT HORKSLEY ess Horksley Park Scrope - Danby - Weston - Gibbs - Rowley - Harrold - Kelso med Bought 1639 by William Gibbs; Samuel Gibbs (d. 1692). Bought by P. Harrold 1820. Sold 1841 to Edward J.F. Kelso. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 247. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 111. GREAT MAPLESTEAD ess Dynes Hall Deane - Guyon - Sperling 1580+ Built by William Deane [Dyne family]. Rebuilt ca. 1670 by Sir Mark Guyon (d. 1690). Bought 1765 by Henry Sperling. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 69. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 69. P. Morant, Essex, II, 1768, 276. GREAT SALING ess Saling Hall Maxey - Carter - Raymond - Goodrich 1570+ Bought by Martin Carter in 1665. Sold to the Raymonds in 1717. Remodelled 1790. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT WALTHAM ess Langleys Everard - Tufnell 1620+ Built by Hugh Everard. Bought by Samuel Tufnell 1710. Building records in Essex RO. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 130. P. Morant, Essex, II, 1768, 88. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 119. GREAT WARLEY ess Boyles Court Lescher 1776 Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT YELDHAM ess Spaynes Hall Symonds - Muilman - Way 1600+ Owned by various families. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 152. GREAT YELDHAM ess Spencers Bateman 1750+ Remodelled by Dowager Viscountess Bateman, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Sunderland. Called Spencer Grange in 19 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 154. HARLOW ess Hallingbury Place Houblon 1771 Owned by John Archer Houblon - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Demolished 1922. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. HATFIELD BROAD OAK ess Barrington Hall Barrington 1740+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 87. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897. HATFIELD BROAD OAK ess Down Hall Harley - Prior - Selwyn 1670+ Given by Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford to the poet Matthew Prior. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Passed to Selwyn family ca. 1780. Owned in 1818 by Charles Ibbetson Selwyn - Neale's Views, I, 1818. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 65. HATFIELD PEVEREL ess Berwick Place

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Johnson - Townshend 1830 Built by A. Johnson. Owned 1854 by Rev C.G. Gretton Townshend. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 68. HATFIELD PEVEREL ess Hatfield Priory Leigh - Alleyn - Wright 1768+ Bought by John Wright in 1764, who then built a new house 200 yards south. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 87. HIGH ONGAR ess Forest Hall Stane - Bramston-Stane 1700+ In the Stane family from 1562. The old house was replaced in 1845. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 85. HORNCHURCH ess Bretons Austin - Hopkins - Dare - Hall-Dare 1680+ John Austin [1680]; John Hopkins [1742]; John Dare [1772]. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORNCHURCH ess Nelmes Naunton - Webster 1620+ Owned by the Nauntons 1620-1700; the Websters of Copped Hall 1700-1780. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ILFORD ess Cranbrook Moffat - Raikes - Dare - Hall-Dare 1720? Owned by Andrew Moffat [1763]; Robert Raikes [1796]; Dares [1806]. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ILFORD ess Valentines Surnam - Raymond 1710+ Owned by Robert Surnam (1724-54); rebuilding by Sir Charles Raymond ca. 1769. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. INGATESTONE ess Ingatestone Hall Petre 1548+ The Petre seat was Thorndon Hall. Partly demolished in 1790. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. [Anon] Introduction to Ingatestone Hall, 1953. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 127. INGATESTONE ess Jericho Smyth - Ackworth 1520+ Granted by Henry VIII to John Smyth. New house built ca. 1720. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 115. INGATESTONE ess The Hyde Brand - Brand-Hollis - Disney 1720+ Rebuilt by John Brand who bought the estate in 1718. Bequeathed to Rev John Disney. The marbles went to the Fitzwilliam Museum. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KELVEDON ess Felix Hall Western 1720+ Demolished. The Gothic library is now at Monreith in Wigtownshire. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 47. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 83. KELVEDON HATCH ess Brizes Glassock - Dolby 1722+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KELVEDON HATCH ess Kelvedon Hall Wright 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 85. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 117. LANGFORD ess Langford Grove Wescombe - Byron 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LATTON ess Marks Hall Arkwright - Gilbey 1810+ Owned by Sir Richard Arkwright. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 33. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 128. LEYTON ess Great House Tench - Oliver 1712+ Built by Sir Fisher Tench. Sold to Thomas Oliver in 1758. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LEYTON ess Leyton Grange Gansel - Blaydon - Brassey - Lane 1720

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Built by David Gansel on site of the old Grange. Numerous changes in ownership: John Blaydon, Governor of Maryland; Nathaniel Brassey; Thomas Lane. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. LISTON ess Lyston Hall Campbell - Campbell-Lambert 1730+ Bought by William Campbell in 1737. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LITTLE BIRCH ess Birch Hall Round 1728+ Earlier house burned in Civil War (owned byTendrings and Goldrings). Acquired in 1726 by James Round. Demolished 1845. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 40. LITTLE BURSTEAD ess Stockwell Hall Savile 1750+ Remodelling of an earlier house. The seat of the Earls of Mexborough. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LITTLE LEIGHS ess Leez Priory Rich - Montagu 1550+ Built by Lord Rich. Pulled down in 1753. The Richs were Earls of Warwick. Passed to the Montagus, Earls of Manchester 1768. Owned by Guy's Hospital - most demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 157. MARGARETTING ess Coptford Hall Holden 1756+ Built by Richard Holden. Demolished in 1850. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MISTLEY ess Mistley Hall Rigby 1720+ Modified by Adam for Richard Rigby. Demolished in 1835. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 116. MOULSHAM ess Moulsham Hall Mildmay 1730+ Rebuilt by Benjamin Mildmay. Building records in Essex RO. Demolished 1816. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. P. Morant, Essex, II, 1768, 2. NAZEING ess Nazeing Park Palmer 1814 Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NEWPORT ess Shortgrove O'Brien - Smith - Butler 1712+ Belonged to the Earls of Thomond. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 146. QUENDON ess Quendon Hall Newman - Turner - Maurice - Cranmer 1580+ Built by Thomas Newman. Remodelled ca. 1680 by Thomas Turner. Sold to John Maurice 1717; Henry Cranmer 1741. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 134. Contents sold July 25-28, 1906. RICKLING ess Rickling Hall Tebbett 1500+ Mostly ruined. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. RIVENHALL ess Rivenhall Place Western 1750+ Landscaped by Repton in 1780 for Charles Western. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 45. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 137. ROMFORD ess Dagnam Park Wright - Carteret - Muilman - Neave 1660+ Now known as Dagnams. Built by Sir Henry Wright. Extended by Edward Carteret ca. 1735. Owned 1749-72 by Henry Muilman. Sold to Sir Richard Neave in 1772. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 251. ROMFORD ess Gidea Hall Cooke - Eyles - Benyon 1520+ Replaced in 1725 by Sir John Eyles. Sold in 1745 to Richard Benyon, who enlarged it ca. 1776. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 171. ROMFORD ess Hare Hall Wallinger - Severn 1770+

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Built by John Wallinger. Owned by Benjamin Severn - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 170. ROMFORD ess Stubbers Coys - Russell - Branfill - Champion 1600+ Altered 1680+. Demolished 1960. Kentworth-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. Family seat of the Champion, Branfill, and Russell families. Colchester PL. Check names. SHENFIELD ess Shenfield Place Vaughan 1689 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SOUTH WEALD ess Weald Hall Brown - Smith - Tower 1550+ Rebuilt in 1730+ by Hugh Smith (d. 1743). Interior changes in 1778. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 182. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 169. ST OSYTH'S ess St Osyth's Priory D'Arcy - Rochford - Nassau 1550+ After the D'Arcys came the Earls of Rochford; passed to the Nassau family in 1830. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. S.S. De Chair, St Osyth's Priory. Derby: English Life, [1956]; [1966]. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 139. STANSTED MOUNTFITCHET ess Stansted Hall Middleton - Heath 1620+ Owned by the Middletons 1615-1710; the Heaths 1710-1818. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. STAPLEFORD ABBOTS ess Albyns Wood - Abdy 1620+ Bought by Sir Robert Abdy in 1654. Remodelled 1754. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 17. Sale of contents 1926. [Anon] Essex: a new and complete History, IV, 1771, 33. STEEPLE BUMPSTEAD ess Bower Hall Bendish - Anderson - Stephens 1720? Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. New and Complete History of Kent, II, 1769, 258. STEEPLE BUMPSTEAD ess Moyns Park Moyne - Gent 1580+ In the Gent family to 1879. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 70, 1931, 592. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 132. TERLING ess Terling Place Strutt 1778+ Library. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THAXTED ess Horham Hall Cutte - Smith 1510+ Built by Sir John Cutte. The house was visited by Leland. Sold in 1617 by Sir William Smith of Hill Hall. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1825, 122. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 107. Contents sold Oct 4, 1982. THEYDON MOUNT ess Hill Hall Smith 1560+ Built by Sir Thomas Smith Secretary of State to Edward VI. Owned by Sir Thomas Smythe - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 103. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold July 22+, 1925. UGLEY ess Orford House Russell 1700+ Built by Edward Russell, Earl of Orford. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. UPMINSTER ess Upminster Hall Branfill 1590+ Owned by 1st Earl of Gainsborough; bought by the Branfill family in 1685. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 179. WALTHAM ABBEY ess Warlies Morgan - Buxton 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WANSTEAD ess Wanstead Grove Child - Long - Rushout - Cond‚ 1720+ Rebuilt by Sir Richard Child, designed by Colen Campbell.. The Childs were Earls Tilney. Owned by Anne Rushout

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- J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Let to Louis Joseph Princde Cond‚. Demolished 1823. Intended to rival Carlton House. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. WETHERSFIELD ess Great Codham Hall Tabor 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WIDFORD ess Hylands Comyns - Kortwright - Labouchere 1700? Built by Sir John Comyns (d. 1740). 1795 Cornelius Kortwright. Owned by P.C. Labouchere - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. I, 1818. Abandoned. Kentworthy-Browne, Guide, III, 1981. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 113. WITHAM ess Faulkbourne Hall Fortescue - Bullock 1500+ Notable library - "Queen Anne Library". Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 136. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 81. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1825, 28. WIVENHOE ess Wivenhoe Park Rebow 1759+ Built by Isaac Rebow. Enlarged 1846-49. University of Essex. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 46. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 185. Contents sold Mar 10, 1964. WOODFORD ess Claybury Hall Hatch 1790 Rebuilt by James Hatch, a malt distiller from Bromley. Repton produced a Red Book in 1791. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GLOUCESTERSHIRE ? glo Hackwood Park Powlett 1750? Place as yet unidentified. Owned in 1819 by William Orde Powlett - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. S. Jones, Views, 1829. P. Sandby, Select Views, I, 1783. Country Life, 33, 1913, 706, 742. H.A. Tipping, English Homes, IV,i, 1920, 229. ABLINGTON glo Ablington Manor Basset - Coxwell 1590+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 268. Built by John Coxwell. Owned by Rev C. Coxwell in 1852. ADMINTON glo Adminton Hall Holland - Corbett 1680+ In Warwickshire since 1935. Remodelled 18 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ALDERLEY glo Alderley Grange Pointz - Hale 1600? Sir Nicholas Pointz 1608; Sir Matthew Hale (d. 1676), judge. Author of numerous works. R. Atkyns, Glocestershire, 1768, 107. ALMONDSBURY glo Over Court Berkeley - Dowel - Vaughan med Berkeley family orig.; then Dowel (ca. 1670). Owned by John Vaughan - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BADMINTON glo Badminton House Somerset 1620+ Bought by Sir Thomas Somerset ca. 1620. Destroyed in the Civil War. Rebuilt ca. 1660+. Owned by Henry Charles Somerset, Duke of Beaufort. J. Neale's Views, 2nd Series, Vol. II, 1825. BERKELEY glo Berkeley Castle Berkeley med Medieval origin. Owned by Col. William Fitzhardinge Berkeley in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.H. Cooke, A Handbook. [1881]. V. Sackville-West, Berkeley Castle. Derby, [1960?] R. Atkyns, Glostershire, 1768, 136. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 79. S. Rudder, Gloucestershire, 1779, 270. V. Sackville-West. Berkeley Castle. Derby: English Life, [1968?]; 1972; 1974; 1997. CIRENCESTER glo Cirencester Park Danvers - Bathurst 1626 Orig. house built by Henry, Lord Danvers, Earl of Derby ca. 1626. Bought by Sir Benjamin Bathurst ca. 1700. Owned by Henry Bathurst, Earl Bathurst - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. R. Atkyns, Glocestershire, 1768, 41. S. Rudder, Gloucestershire, 1779, 355. DOWDESWELL glo Dowdeswell Court Rogers 1575 Built by Richard Rogers. Owned 1852 by Richard R.C. Rogers. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 247.

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DOWN AMPNMEY glo Down Ampney House Hungerford - Dunch - Craggs - Eliot 1575? Hungerfords to 1645. Passed to Edmund Dunch; James Craggs ca. 1720; Eliots ca. 1730. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 233. Estate sold May 2, 1929. DYRHAM glo Dyrham Park Blathwayt 1691+ Built by William Blathwayt, Secretary of State to William III. Little changed. National Trust. J. Kenworthy-Browne, Dyrham Park, 1971. R. Atkyns, Glostershire, 1768, 216. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, 1717. FAIRFORD glo Fairford Park Tracy - Barker - Raymond 1650? Owned by the Tracys from ca. 1535. Rebuilt by Andrew Barker. Owned 1854 by John R. Raymond Barker. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 43. R. Atkyns, Glostershire, 1768, 226. GREAT BARRINGTON glo Barrington Park Bray - Talbot 1580? Passed to Bray family ca. 1560. Bought 1734 by Charles Talbot (d. 1737), Lord Chancellor. S. Rudder, Gloucestershire, 1779, 262. P. Sandby, Select Views, I, 1783. HANHAM glo Hanham Hall Newton - Whittuck 1570? Owned 1855 by J.W. Whittuck. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 76. HENBURY glo Blaise Castle Harford 1800+ Owned by John S. Harford in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 121. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HORTON glo Horton Court [Manor] Paston 1700? 1758 cat. Gloucestershire RO - D 5563. Country Life, 71, 1932, 122. KINGS WESTON glo Kings Weston Clifford 1715? J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715. S. Jones, Views, 1829. R. Atkyns, Glocestershire, 1768. LYDNEY glo Lydney Park Winter - Bathurst 1590? Granted by Elizabeth to Sir William Winter, Vice Admiral at the Armada. Damaged in Civil War. Repaired by Benjamin Bathurst (d. 1809). Owned 1855 by Charles Bathurst. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 140. MORETON-IN-THE-MARSH glo Batsford Park Freeman - Mitford med John Freeman in the reign of Henry VI; Richard Freeman (d. 1710). Owned by John Freeman Mitford, Lord Redesdale - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. R. Atkyns, Glocestershire, 1768, 133. S. Rudder, Gloucestershire, 1779, 266. Part of contents sold April 30, May 1-2, 1919. MORETON-IN-THE-MARSH glo Sesincote Cockerell - Rushout 1750? Now known as Sezincote - still privately owned. Owned by Sir Charles Cockerell, M.P., in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. ODDINGTON glo Oddington House Reade 1800? Rebuilt ca. 1800 by Sir John Chandos Reade - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Country Life, 88, 1940, 142. STOW-ON-THE-WOLD glo Adlestrop Park Leigh 1540+ Home of the Leigh family since 1540. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 134. Jones, Views, II, 1829. TETBURY glo Badminton House Somerset 1780? Home of the Dukes of Beaufort. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. R. Atkyns, Glostershire, 1768, 125. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 44. TETBURY glo Chavenage Stephens 1576 Built by Edward Stephens. Owned by the Stephens family to 1891. An intact Elizabethan house. TETBURY glo Westonbirt House Crew - Holford 1608+ In the Holford family since ca. 1690. Owned by George Holford, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826.

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F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. TEWKESBURY glo Beckford Hall Wakeman 1750? Henry Wakeman - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. F.O. Morris, Views, S. Jones, Views, 1829. THORNBURY glo Thornbury Castle Stafford - Howard med In Howard family since ca. 1750. Several remodellings. R. Ellis, History of Thornbury Castle. Thornbury, 1839. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 144. WINCHCOMBE glo Sudeley Castle Sudeley - Boteler - Chandos - Brydges - Dent med Owned by John and William Dent since 1837. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 25. S. Rudder, Gloucestershire, 1779, 716. WINCHCOMBE glo Toddington Park Hanbury 1600? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 205. HAMPSHIRE ALTON ham Froyle Place Miller 1630? Owned by Samuel Gauden (1660); Thomas Miller (d. 1705). Owned by Sir Thomas Miller in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. AMPORT ST MARY'S ham Amport House Powlett 1551+ Home of Powlett family from 1551. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Jones, Views, 1829. Contents sold July 14-21, 1919. AVINGTON ham Avington Park [House] Brydges - Villiers - Shelley 1670+ Rebuilt by the Villiers. Sold to John Shelley (poet's brother) ca. 1800. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 54. BASINGSTOKE ham Stratton Park Baring 1600? Originally belonged to Wriothesley family. Bought by Sir Francis Barin c. 1730. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Baring MS cat. in Bodley - MS Eng. misc. e. 629. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BEAULIEU ham Beaulieu Palace Montagu 1538+ Bought by the Earl of Southampton after the Dissolution. Much remodelling for Henry Scott, 1st Lord Montagu, 1871-74. Some early books. H.E.R. Widnell, Beaulieu. Beaulieu, 1952. R.A. Grove, Seats in the Neighbourhood of Lymington, 1832. BENTWORTH ham Bentworth Hall Fitzherbert - Fisher - Ives 1720? Rebuilt 1830 by R. Horman Fisher. Sold 1848 to J. Robert Ives. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 28. BITTERN ham Eastfield Lodge Parkhouse 1835 Built by George Parkhouse. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 85. CADLAND ham Cadland Park Drummond 1750? Owned by Robert Drummond - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Remodelled 1837 by Andrew R. Drummond. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1855, 56. CHAWTON ham Chawton House Knight 1588 In the Knight family since 1552. Built 1588 by John Knight. Owned 1855 by Edward Knight. W.A. Leigh, Chawton Manor and its Owners. London, 1911. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 126. EVERSLEY ham Bramshill Park Cope 1750? MS cat. (1790?). BL Add. 54172. Belonged to Sir John Cope. Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 46. 2nd Series, II, 1855, 164. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. FAIR OAK ham Fair Oak Park Bradshaw med Owned by the Bradshaws since 11th cent. Owned 1855 by James E. Bradshaw. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 229. GREYWELL ham Greywell Hill House

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Carleton 1760? Home of Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of Quebec; CiC British forces in America till end of Revolution. Returned to Greywell in 1796. 1761 map discovered there - Times, 12 Jan. 1998. HIGHCLIFFE ham High Cliffe Castle Beresford - Stuart 1760? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1880, 75. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold July 5-7, 1949. HINTON AMPNER ham Brookwood Park Greenwood 1800? Large library. Owned by William Greenwood. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HURSLEY ham Hursley Lodge [Park] Heathcote 1630+ Bought by Richard Major in 1639 from Sir Gerard Napier. In 1649 Richard, son of Oliver Cromwell lived at Hursley. Owned by Sir William Heathcote in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 202. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ODIHAM ham Dogmersfield Park Mildmay 1660? Owned by Anthony Bathurst (1664). Lady jane Mildmay, daughter of Carew Mildmay had a large library. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 242. S. Jones, Views, 1829. PORTSMOUTH ham Camo Hall DelmŠ 1750? Built by John DelmŠ. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. ROMSEY ham Broadlands Temple 1722? Home of Palmerston; in modern times the Mountbattens. Owned by Lord and Lady Romsey. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 216. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. SOUTHWICK ham Southwick Park Thistlethwaite 1800? Owned by Thomas Thistlethwaite in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 209. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Kip, I, 1715. STRATFIELDSAYE ham Stratfieldsaye House Dabridgecourt - Pitt - Wellesley 1600? Owned by Dabridgecourts from medieval times to ca. 1640. Bought by Sir William Pitt - Lords Rivers after 1776. Granted in 1815 to the Duke of Wellington. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 214. C. Scott, Stratfield Saye. London, [1974?] WINCHESTER ham Cranbury Park Chamberlayne 1750? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. [Anon] Cranbury Park. Eastleigh, [1964?] HEREFORDSHIRE ALLENSMORE hef Allensmore Court Pateshall 1714+ Bought by the Pateshall family in 1725. Added to ca. 1780. Partly demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ALMELEY hef Newport House Pember - Foley - Onslow - Watt 1774 Replaced earlier house. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. ARAMSTONE hef Aramstone House Woodhouse 1720? Owned by Francis Woodhouse 1787. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. BALLINGHAM hef Ballingham Hall Scudamore 1602+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BISHOP'S FROME hef Bromtrees Hall Stephens - Nicholett 1620+ Rebuilt ca. 1750 for Stephens family. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BISHOP'S FROME hef Cheyney Court Slaughter - Gardiner - Jones 1620+ Sold to Richard Gardiner ca. 1738. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873.

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BODENHAM hef Broadfield Court [Hall] Hayton - Phillipps - Burchall med Owners not known before Thomas Hayton who sold it in 1770 to Thomas Phillipps. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. H. Chauncy, Herefordshire, I, 1826, 144. BOSBURY hef Bosbury House Stedman - Higgins 1750+ Built by the Stedmans; bought by the Higgins family in 1828. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 175. i BRAMPTON ABBOTS hef Rudhall Rudhall - Westphaling - Baring med P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BRAMPTON BRYAN hef Brampton Bryan Hall Harley 1750? P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BRINSOP hef Brinsop Court Tirrell - Dansey - Ricardo med Added to in 16 & 17 cent. Visited by Wordsworth and Southey. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BROCKHAMPTON-BY-BROMYARD hef Brockhampton Park Barneby 1750+ Bartholomew Barneby. Now National Trust. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BROMYARD hef Buckenhill Manor Tomkyns - Higginson - Barneby-Lutley 1730+ There was an earlier house. The Tomkyns family were there till 1804, when they sold it to Robert Higginson; then the Barneby-Lutley family late 19 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BROMYARD hef Clater Park Pauncefort - Dansey - Barneby 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BROMYARD hef Saltmarshe Castle Higginson - Barneby 1840 Demolished. Built by William Higginson. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BYFORD hef Byford Court Gomond - Geers med 16 & 17 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CANON FROME hef Canon Frome Court Hopton 1786 Built for Richard Cope Hopton. Replaced a 17 cent. house. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CANON PYON hef Derndale Jay 1660+ In the Jay family since 1630s. Altered many times. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MontgomeryMassingberd, Field Book, 1988. CLEHONGER hef Belmont House Aubrey - Matthews - Prosser 1700? The Aubrey house burned down in 1785. Col. John Matthews built a new house in 1788-90, designed by James Wyatt. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CLIFFORD hef The Moor Penoyre 1828+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CODDINGTON hef Coddington Court Holder - Hale - Vale 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. COLWALL hef Barton Court Lambert - Peyton 1790+ Built for Henry Lambert. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. COLWALL hef Hope End Barrett - Heywood 1815 Home of the Barretts of Wimpole Street. Built over earlier house. Bought by Thomas Heywood, the antiquary in 1832. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 54. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 175. COLWALL hef Old Colwall Brydges - Martin 1720+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980.

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CREDENHILL hef Credenhill Court Hardwick 1760 Owned by Philip Hardwick (d. 1870), the architect. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CROFT hef Croft Castle Croft - Knight med Passed to the Knight family in 1746. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. DILWYN hef Henwood Lambe 1775+ Built by Lacon Lambe. In the family till 20 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. DILWYN hef Luntley Court Tomkyns - Capel - Whitmore - Ferrer 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. DINEDOR hef Rotherwas House Bodenham med Rebuilt 1723. Designed by Gibbs. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 124. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. DINMORE hef Dinmore Manor Wolrych - Fleming - St John 1600+ Wolrych till ca. 1720; then the Flemings of Sibdon Castle; St John, 1788. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. DONNINGTON hef Haffield House Gordon 1818+ Built by William Gordon. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. DOWNTON hef Downton Castle Boughton - Knight 1772+ Built by Richard Payne Knight (d. 1824). Large library. Owned by Thomas Andrew Knight, F.R.S. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. EARDISLEY hef Eardisley Park Coke 1720+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EARDISLEY hef Lemore Coke 1620+ Owned by the Coke family from 1640 to 20 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EASTNOR hef Eastnor Castle Cocks - Somers 1812+ Replaced a house called Castleditch owned by the Cocks family since 1580+. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F.F. Somers, Eastnor Castle. Maidstone, [1975?] S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 33. J.P. Neale, Views, II, 1819. EATON BISHOP hef Lower Eaton Ravenhill - Phillipps 1750+ Replaced an earlier house owned by the Ravenhill family. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ELTON hef Elton Hall Salwey 1720+ Rebuilt by Thomas Salwey ca. 1720. Rebuilt 1760. Evidence of a 17 cent house remains. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EVESBATCH hef Evesbatch Court Dobyns - Dobyns-Yate 1627+ Rebuilt in 1757, designed by Thomas Symonds. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EYE hef Berrington Hall Harley - Rodney 1778 Designed by Henry Holland for Thomas Harley, younger son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EYE hef Eye Manor Gorges 1680+ Built for Ferdinando Gorges, a Barbados trader. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. [Anon] A Guide to Eye Manor. London, [1973?] FAWLEY hef Fawley Court Gwillim - Kyrle - Money-Kyrle 1520+ Sold in 17 cent. to Sir John Kyrle. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. FOWNHOPE hef Fownhope Court

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Lechmere 1620+ Remodelled in 19 cent. Lechmere family from Worcestershire. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. Contents sold Apr. 24, 1923. GANAREW hef Wyastone Leys Atlay - Meek - Blakemore - Bannerman 1780+ Built by S.O. Atlay. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. GOODRICH hef Goodrich Court Meyrick - Moffat 1831+ Designed by Edward Blore for Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, authority on armour. Large library. Sold (with armour) in 1868. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 226. HAREWOOD hef Harewood Park Hoskyns 1650+ Bought in 1654 by Bennet Hoskyns. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HAYWOOD hef Haywood Lodge Whitmore - Livius - Matthews 1710+ Sold by the Whitmore family in 1783 to George Livius. Sold to Col. Matthews builder of Belmont. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HOLME LACY hef Holme Lacy House Lacy - Scudamore - Scudamore-Stanhope 1675+ Built by 2nd Viscount Scudamore. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. [Anon] A Short Description ... Holme Lacy. [London, 1922]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 38. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 27. Contents sold Jan 31, Feb 1-3, 1910. HOPE-UNDER-DINMORE hef Hampton Court Lenthall - Coningsby - Arkwright med Bought by the Coningsby family 1510. Many changes made 1710+. Remodelled 1830+. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 250. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717; III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, II, 1880, 9. Contents sold Mar 16+, 1925. HOPE-UNDER-DINMORE hef Winsley House Berington - Kinnersley 1580+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KENTCHURCH hef Kentchurch Court Scudamore med Remodelled several times. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, IV, 1828. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. KING'S CAPLE hef Aramstone House Woodhouse - Smith 1730+ Demolished 1959. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KINGTON hef Ridgebourne Cheese - Davies - Banks 1806 Built for Edmund Cheese on site of earlier house. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KINNERSLEY hef Kinnersley Castle Vaughan - Smallman - Morgan - Clutton 1580+ Built by Roger Vaughan. Remodelled 18 & 19 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KINSHAM hef Kinsham Court Harley 1750+ Dower house of Brampton Bryan. Seat of the Earls of Oxford. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEDBURY hef Dingwood Park Biddulph - Gunter-Jones 1700+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEDBURY hef Ledbury Park Hall - Biddulph 1580+ Built by the Hall family which intermarried with the Biddulphs in 17 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEDBURY hef Under Down Skynner - Miles 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEOMINSTER hef Wharton Court Whitehall - Hakluyt 1604 Built for Richard Whitehall. Richard Hakluyt lived here. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LINTON-BY-ROSS hef Burton Court Matthews - White - Baring 1720+

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Built for William Matthews, whose grandson John commissioned Wyatt to build Belmont. Sold to Joseph White; then Alexander Baring 1st Lord Ashburton. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LITTLE HEREFORD hef Easton Court Dansey - Bailey 1810+ Replaced an earlier house. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LLANGARRON hef Bernithan Court Hoskyns - Phillips - Barnardiston 1695 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LLANGARRON hef Langstone Court Gwillym - Jones 1700+ Belonged to the Jones family since 1794. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Country Life, 142, 1967, 1194. LONGFORD hef Longworth House Longford - Walwyn - Croft - Phillipps 1780+ Rebuilt ca. 1780. Owned by Robert Biddulph Phillipps - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 75. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MADLEY hef Great Brampton House Pye - Ballinger - Murray-Aynsley 1800+ Built for John Pye. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MANSELL GAMAGE hef Garnons Geers - Cotterell 1600+ Repton was asked to prepare a Red Book in 1791. Remodelled in 1815 by Sir John Geers Cotterell, M.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, vol. IV, 1828. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MOCCAS hef Moccas Court Cornewall 1780+ Designed by Anthony Keck, grounds by Brown. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. Country Life, 160, 1976, 1474, 1554. MORDIFORD hef Sufton Court Hereford 1780+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, II, 1819. MUCH DEWCHURCH hef The Mynde Pye - Gorges - Symons 1580+ The Pyes became Barons Kilpeck. Sold to Richard Symons ca. 1750. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MUCH MARCLE hef Hall Court Coke 1608 Built by Sir John Coke. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MUCH MARCLE hef Hellens Walwyn - Cooke 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. M. Munthe, Hellens. London, 1957. MUCH MARCLE hef Homme House Kyrle - Money 1600+ Large library by 19 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 216. NORTH-IN-HALES hef Tunstall Hall Broughton-Adderley 1732 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PETERCHURCH hef Urishay Castle Delahay med P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PIXLEY hef Mainstone Court Jones - Workman - Johnstone 1650+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PONTRILAS hef Pontrilas Court Baskerville - Jackson - Shiffner - Trenchard 1630+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PUTLEY hef Putley Court Riley 1712 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. RODD hef The Rodd Rodd 1625+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. SARNESFIELD hef Sarnesfield Court Monington - Webbe - Weston - Salvin 1732

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Incorporated an earlier building. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. SELLACK hef Caradoc Court Scudamore - Digby - Caddick 1600+ Passed to the Digby family in 1716. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. SELLACK hef Pengethley Powell - Williams - Symonds 1580+ House replaced ca. 1826. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. ST WEONARDS hef Treago Castle Mynors 1500+ Orig. fortified house probably built by Richard Mynors. Altered various times. Still in Mynors family. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. STOKE EDITH hef Stoke Edith Park Foley 1698+ Built by Paul Foley, Speaker. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 121. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715. C.J. Robinson, Mansions, 1873. SWAINSHILL hef The Weir Griffiths 1750+ Added o ca. 1780. National Trust. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. TITLEY hef Eywood Harley 1705+ Built for Edward Harley. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. TITLEY hef Titley Court Greenly 1580+ Seat of the Greenly family till 20 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. TYBERTON hef Tyberton Court Brydges - Lee-Warner 1728 Designed by John Wood of Bath. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. VOWCHURCH hef Whitehouse Vaughan - Howorth - Wood 1580+ Much altered in 1812. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WALFORD-ON-WYE hef Hill Court Clarke - Evans - Trafford 1700+ Built for Richard Clarke. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WELLINGTON hef Burghope House More - Goodere - Peachey - Turberville 1620+ Built for George More. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WELSH BICKNOR hef Courtfield Vaughan 1575+ Demolished ca. 1810; replaced by present building. The Vaughan family was Catholic. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WELSH NEWTON hef Pembridge Castle Pye - Scudamore - Bailey med Owned by the Pye family in 16-17 cent. Bought in 19 cent. by Sir Joseph Bailey. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WEOBLEY hef Garnstone Birch - Peploe 1806+ Designed by Nash for Samuel Peploe. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, vol. IV, 1828. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 57. C.J. Robinson, Mansions of Herefordshire, 1873. WESTON-UNDER-PENYARD hef Weston Hall Nourse - Partridge 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WHITBOURNE hef Gaines Freeman 1680+ Acquired by Bellingham Freeman in 1683. In Freeman family to 1921. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WHITCHURCH hef Old Court Powell - Gwillim - Simcoe 1570+ Enlarged in 17 cent. by the Gwillim family. A Gwillim heiress married General Simcoe. P. Reid, Guide to Country

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Houses, II, 1980. WIGMORE hef Wigmore Hall Davies 1580+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WORMBRIDGE hef Wormbridge House Clive 1650+ The Lives moved to Whitfield. Demolished 1798. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WORMSLEY hef Wormsley Grange Knight 1730+ Home of Richard Payne Knight and Thomas Andrew Knight. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. YARKHILL hef Whitwick Manor Jauncey - Whitwick 1680+ Much altered in 19 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. YARPOLE hef Bircher Hall Ward - Dunne 1750+ Built by Adam Ward (d. 1772). Passed to the Dunnes of Gatley Park. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 42. YAZOR hef Foxley Price 1717 Home of Sir Uvedale Price. In the family till 1856, when bought by John Davenport. Demolished 1948. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HERTFORDSHIRE ESSENDON her Camfield Place Potter - Priestley - Methwold - Broune - Primrose 1575+ Known as Wild Hill until bought by William Priestley in 1634. Passed to Methwold family; sold 1760 to Thomas Broune. Sold by William Broune to the Primrose family, Earls of Roseberry; the 4th Earl, Archibald John, died in 1868. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 212. VCH, Hertfordshire, III, 459. ALDENHAM her Aldenham Abbey Thelluson - Pole - Stuart 1810+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 264. Built by George W. Thelluson; passed to Admiral Sir Charles M. Pole (d. 1830). Passed to William Stuart. ASHRIDGE her Ashridge Dudley - Cheyney - Marshal - Crew - Egerton med Royal residence. Large library. Then John Dudley and John Ayscough; then Cheyney family; then Marshal; then Crew; then Egerton. Owned by Charlotte Catherine Anne Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 145. ASPENDEN her Aspenden Hall Freeman 1620? Owned by William & Ralph Freeman in 1610. H. Chauncy, Hertfordshire. I, 1826, 240. BARNET her Wrotham Park Byng 1754 Built by Admiral Byng. Owned by George Byng - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Does library survive? C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. BAYFORD her Bayfordbury Knighton - Ferrers - Fanshaw - Mayo - Long - Baker 1580? Built by Sir George Knighton (d. 1613). Passed to Sir John Ferrers; Thomas Fanshaw ca. 1660. Sold to John Mayo ca. 1680; 1690 to Henry Long; 1759 to Sir William Baker. Owned 1854 by William R. Baker. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 49. BROXBOURN her Broxbournbury Cock - Monson - Bosanquet 1575? Owned by Cock family since med. times. John Cock ca. 1540. Passed to Monson family. In 1789 bough by Jacob Bosanquet. Owned 1853 by George J. Bosanquet6. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 215. COLNEY her Colney House Bourchier - King - Anderson - Haddow 1780 Built by Governor Bourchier in 1780; sold to the Margrave of Brandenburg in 1801; then George King, Earl of Kingston; bought by George Anderson in 1804; then Patrick Haddow - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. . S. Jones, Views, 1829. DANE END her Dane End House Woodhall - Thornton - Heysham - Chauncy 1570?

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Heyshams sold in 1816 to Nathaniel Chauncy. Owned 1855 by Charles S. Chauncy. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 150. HATFIELD her Brocket Hall Brocket - Read - Lamb 1780+ Owned by William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. Contents sold March 7, 1923. HATFIELD her Hatfield House Cecil 1611 Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury. Large library. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 224. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J.P. Neale, Views, II, 1819. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Lord David cecil. Hatfield House. Derby: English Life, [1951]. HERTFORD her Panshanger Park Cowper 1700? Owned by Earl Cowper in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 107. Country Life, 79, 1936, 38. HITCHIN her King's Walden Hale 1580+ Built by Richard Hale. In Hale family ever since. Owned by William Hale - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J. Bartlett, Selections, 1851. HUNSDON her Hunsdon House Calvert med Medieval origins. Owned by Nicolson Calvert, M.P. in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 68. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KIMPTON her The Hoo Keates - Brand 1660? Owned by Thomas Brand, Lord Dacre - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Accounts, papers, and library cat. (1791-1930) - East Sussex RO. GLY (Acc 4212). KNEBWORTH her Knebworth House Lytton 1816 Lytton family since 1492. Rebuilt ca. 1816 on site of earlier house. Owned by Mrs Bulwer Lytton - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. S.J. Flower, Knebworth House, 1974; 1984. [Anon] Guide Book. [1865?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 130. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. [Anon] Knebworth House. Derby: English Life, 1988. NORTH MIMMS her Gubbins Kemble 1780? Owned by Thomas Kemble in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. OFFLEY her Offley Place Spencer - Penrice - Salusbury - Burroughs 1550+ Rebuilt (designed by Smirke) ca. 1810. Owned by Rev. Lynch Burroughs. The Spencer family of Althorp owned the house for some generations. J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. H. Chauncy, Hertfordshire, II, 1826, 193. RICKMANSWORTH her Moor Park Scott - Williams 1725+ Originally built by James Scott Duke of Monmouth. Rebuilt 1725-30. Owned by Robert Williams, M.P. in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. E.B.G. Ebury, Moor Park, 1914. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 81. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. SAWBRIDGEWORTH her Hyde Hall Williams med Medieval origins. Owned by Admiral Sir Thomas Williams in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. H. Chauncy, Hertfordshire, I, 1826, 161. ST ALBANS her Gorhambury House Bucknall 1777+ Built for James Bucknall, Viscount Grimston. Replaced a Tudor house. The library is classified according to Francis Bacon! J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 149. J.B. Grimston. Gorhambury. Derby: English Life, [1957]. ST ALBANS her Tyttenhanger Park Blount - Yorke 1654 Built by Sir Henry Pope Blount. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. Owned by Philip Yorke, Earl of Hardwicke in 1819 - Neale, Views, II. J.P. Neale, Views, II, 1819. STEVENAGE her Bragbury House Manfield 1750? Formerly owned by Francis Pym, M.P. for Bedfordshire. The Pym family took over |Hasells Hall in 1748. Owned by

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William Manfield in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. WATFORD her Cassiobury Park Capel - Coningsby 1700? Owned by George Capel Coningsby by 1819 - Neale, vol. II, 1819. Home of the Earls of Essex. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. Sometimes spelled Cashiobury. J. Britton, History, 1837. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 135. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold May 24, 1922; Nov. 22-24, 30. HUNTINGDONSHIRE ELTON hun Elton Hall Proby 1666 Granted to Peter Proby, Lord Mayor of London by Elizabeth. Present house completed by Sir Thomas Proby in 1666. In the 18c John Proby was created Earl of Carysfort. Splendid library of ca. 12000 books. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 31. HUNTINGDON hun Hinchingbrook House Montagu 1700? Owned by John William Montagu, Earl of Sandwich, in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. [Anon] Hinchingbrook. London, 1910. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 109. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. STILTON hun Conington Castle Heathcote 1750? Owned by John Heathcote in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KENT ACRISE ken Acrise Place Lewknor - Papillon 1475+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 114. Built by Sir Robert Lewknor. Passed in 1666 to Thomas Papillon. Owned by Thomas Papillon 1852. ASHFORD ken Eastwell Park Finch 1546+ Owned by the Finch family, Earls of Winchilsea, since Elizabethan times. Rebuilt ca. 1820. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. Contents sold July 24-25, 1978. ASHFORD ken Godinton [Park] Goldwell - Toke 1580+ In the Toke family since 1448. Owned by Nicolas Roundell Toke - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 56. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 45. C.E.C. Hussey. Godinton Park. Derby: English Life, [1970]; [1987]. ASHFORD ken Mersham-Le-Hatch Knatchbull ymed In the Knatchbull family since 1486. Rebuilt by Sir Wyndham Knatchbull ca. 1763. Owned by Sir Edward Knatchbull, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. E. Hasted, Kent, III, 1790, 286. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 64. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. AYLESFORD ken Preston Hall Colpepper - Milner - Betts - Brassey 1700? Owned by Henry A. Brassey - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 156. E. Hasted, Kent, II, 1782, 175. BECKENHAM ken Beckenham Place Cator 1790? Built c. 1790. Owned by John Cator in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 110. E. Hasted, Kent, I, 1778, 83. BROMLEY ken Sundridge Park Willoughby - Booth - Bettenham - Pynsent - Washer 1780+ Designed by Repton, Nash and Wyatt. Numerous changes of ownership. Came to the Scott family in 1800. Owned by Samuel Scott, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 26. CANTERBURY ken Goodnestone Engeham - Bridges - Plumptre 1710+ Orig. family was Engeham; then Bridges ca. 1690. Owned by Sir Brook William Bridges - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Jane Austen was a frequent visitor. Owned by Lord FitzWalter. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 226. E. Hasted, Kent, III, 1790, 705.

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CHARING ken Surrenden Dering Dering 1650+ Built by Sir Edward Dering. Owned by Sir Edward Dering - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Large library and collections of manuscripts - dispersed. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 173. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 45. Contents sold Oct 8-11, 1928. CHARLTON ken Charlton House Newton - Wilson 1620+ Built by Sir Adam Newton. Many changes before the Wilson family ca. 1790. Owned by Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. A.R. Martin, Charlton House, 1929. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 170. S.C. Hall, baronial Halls, I, 1848. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 43. CHEVENING ken Chevening Leonard - Stanhope 1600? A.N. Newman, The Stanhopes of Chevening. London, 1969. T. Badeslade, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 61. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. J. Harris, History of Kent, 1719, 74. E. Hasted, Kent, I, 1778, 361. A. Oswald, 1933, 58. Rebuilt ca. 1620 by Richard Leonard, 2nd Lord Dacre (d. 1630). Sold to Gen. Stanhope ca. 1717. Now a Government Residence. CHILHAM ken Chilham Castle Digges - Colebrook - Heron - Wildman 1616+ Built by Sir Dudley Digges. Digges family to 1724; then the Colebrook family to 1778; then to Thomas Heron; then James Wildman - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. A.T. Bolton, Chilham Castle, 1912. E. Hasted, Kent, III, 1790, 131. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. [Anon] Chilham Castle. Derby: English Life, 1982. CHIPSTEAD ken Chipstead Place Priestley - Thomas - Polhill - Strode - Emmerton - Perkins 1750? Complex history; numerous changes in ownership. David Polhill, 1662; William Emmerton, 1693; reverted to Polhill, 1710. 1828 Frederick Perkins. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. C. Greenwood, Kent, 1838, 89. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 203. Owned 1853 by Frederick Perkins. COBHAM ken Cobham Hall Cobham 1584 Added to up to the 18c. Belonged to Lodovick Stuart, Duke of Lennox (1630?); Earls of Darnley. Designed by Inigo Jones. Now a girls' school. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. [Anon] The Pictorial Guide to Cobham. London, 1844. F.O. Morris, Views, vol. II, 1866+. Probate valuation inventory (including books), 1831. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 143. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. Sale: July 22-23, 1957. DENTON ken Denton Court Boyes - Rogers - Percival - Andrews - Brydges - Cooper 1530+ Built by Sir John Boyes. 1596 owned by Dr Richard Rogers. 1660, Sir Anthony Percival; passed to Phineas Andrews, MP. Sir Egerton Brydges rebuilt the house ca. 1810. Visited by Gray, the poet. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 209. Owned 1853 by Charles P. Cooper. EAST FARLEIGH ken Linton Park Maney - Wittens - Twysden - Mann med House built ca. 1780 by Robert Mann. Owned by James Mann, Earl Cornwallis - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Contents sold Oct 2-3, 1961. EAST SUTTON ken East Sutton Park Argall - Filmer 1575+ Acquired by Sir Edward Filmer ca. 1605. Owned 1854 by Sir Edmund Filmer, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 104. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 39. C.J. Richardson, Old English Mansions, III, 1845. EASTWELL ken Eastwell Place Hatton 1546 Built by Sir Thomas Moyle in 1546; Finch family ca. 1611; Hatton family since 1729. Owned by George William Finch Hatton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. ERITH ken Belvedere Hoyley - Calvert - Gideon 1700? Built by George Hoyley. Passed to Frederick Calvert, Lord Baltimore (d. 1751); Sampson Gideon (d. 1762) who improved the house. Rebuilt by Sir Sampson Gideon II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 137. FARNINGHAM ken Franks Bathurst - Ray - Power 1580+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J. Nash, Mansions, 1839. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 39. Contents sold May 3, 1910. FAVERSHAM ken Belmont Harris 1789+ Built by Wyatt for Lord Harris. Library.

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FAVERSHAM ken Lees Court Norton - Sondes - Watson med Owned by Lewis Richard Watson, Lord Sondes - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 49. GODMERSHAM ken Godmersham Park Knight 1732+ Built by Thomas Knight in 1732. Owned by Edward Knight - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. E. Hasted, Kent, III, 1790, 158. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 57. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold June 6-9, 1983. GODMERSHAM ken Olantigh Kemp - Thornhill - Sawbridge med Owned by the Kemp family since Henry VII. Then owned by the Thornhill family. Bought by Jacob Sawbridge in 1717. Owned by John Sawbridge - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. J. Bartlett, Selections, 1851. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Country Life, 146, 1969, 282, 334. GREENWICH ken West Combe Kerr 1750? Owned by the Marchioness of Lothian - wife of William Henry Kerr, 4th Marquis? W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. P. Sandby, Select Views, I, 1783. HADLOW ken Hadlow Castle Amherst - France - May med Bought from Geffry Amherst by John France in 1699. Remodelled in Fonthill style by Walter B. May 1850|+. May family from ca. 1800. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 190. HEMSTED ken Hemsted House Guldeford - Norris - Hodges med Guldeford family to 1710 when sold to Sir John Norris. Sold 1786 to Thomas H. Hodges. Owned 1852 by Thomas L. Hodges. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 141. HOLWOOD ken Holwood House Ward 1825+ Owned by John Ward. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 6. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, IV, 1828. IGHTHAM ken Ightham Court James - Grevis-James med Rebuilt ca. 1570. In James family from ca. 1520. Owned 1852 by Demetrius Grevis-James. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 257. J. Harris, History of Kent, 1719, 162. KENFIELD ken Kenfield Hall Thomson 1580? In Thomson family since 1570. Owned 1852 by Richard E. Thomson. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 181. KNOWLTON ken Knowlton Court Peyton - Narborough - D'Aeth 1610+ Built by Sir Thomas Peyton (d. 1684). Bought by Sir John Narborough; then D'Aeth family ca. 1707 - Sir Thomas D'Aeth. Owned by G.W. Hughes D'Aeth - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 87. E. Hasted, Kent, IV, 1799, 211. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 40. LEE ken Lee Priory Southland - Barrett - Brydges 1620? Southland family - Sir William Southland (d. 1638); sold to Sir Paul Barrett in 1676. Owned by Sir Egerton Brydges (1813) established a private press. Owned by Captain T.B. Brydges Barrett - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. E. Hasted, Kent, III, 1790, 664. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 67. Library sold Aug 11-15, 1834. MAIDSTONE ken Leeds Castle Colepeper - Fairfax - Martin med Complicated history. Was a Royal Palace (Henry VIII). After Fairfax family passed to the Martin family in 1793. Owned by Fiennes Wykeham Martin - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Bought by Olive, Lady Baillie. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. C.W. Martin, The History ... Leeds Castle. Westminster, 1869. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 76. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1822, 160. E. Hasted, Kent, II, 1782, 478. MAIDSTONE ken The Moat Romney - Leybourne - Tufton - Marsham med Leybourne family; then Tufton; then Marsham family from ca. 1670. Owned by Charles Marsham, Earl of Romney J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 240. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. MEREWORTH ken Mereworth Castle Fane - Stapleton - Despencer 1720?

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Owned by Thomas Stapleton, Lord le Despencer - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Large library. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1822, 144. E. hasted, kent, II, 1782, 268. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 55. MEREWORTH ken Yotes Court Walsingham - Master - Byng 1660 Built by Sir James Master. Old house pulled down. Owned by George Byng, Viscount Torrington - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 49. E. Hasted, Kent, II, 1782, 270. Contents sold Oct 1-3, 1923. Acquired from Walsinghams ca. 1580. Passed to Byng family by marriage. OXNEY ken Oxney Park May 1800+ Owned by John May - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. PENSHURST ken Penshurst Place Sidney med Owned by Sidney family. Owned by Sir John Shelley-Sidney - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. G. Warkentin, Sidney Newsletter, xv, i, 1997, pp. 3-18. MS cat. at Penshurst - being edited by G. Warkentin. Family home of the Earls of Leiceste r. Books auctioned by Thomas Osborne in 1743 - no copy of catalogue traced. See Private database. Accounts of Penshurst in BL: X.709/14287; X.709/14894; X.709/14882; 10351.ccc.11. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 197. W. De Lisle. Penshurst Place. Derby: English Life, 1987. SEVENAOKS ken Wilderness Pratt 1662? Originally belonged to Sir Charles Bickerstaffe. Sold to Pratt family. Owned by John J. Pratt, Marquess of Camden in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. SEVENOAKS ken Kippington House Farnaby - Austen 1630? Originally owned by Thomas Farnaby (d. 1647). Rebuilt by Thomas Austen ca. 1750. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. J. Harris, History of Kent, 1719, 278. SEVENOAKS ken Knole Sackville 1603 Orig. medieval. Modified up to 18c. Originally belonged to See of Canterbury. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Bridgman, John. An Historical ... Sketch of Knole. London, 1817. 290.i.30. T. Badeslade, Seats in Kent, 1750. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1822, 112. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. J. Kip, I, 1715. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880. E. Hasted, Kent, I, 1778, 349. A. Oswald, country Houses of Kent, 1933, 31. SHIPBORNE ken Fair Lawn Fane - Simpson 1650? Belonged to Sir Henry Vane (d. 1655). Bought by John Simpson in 1799. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 59. Also spelled Fairlawn(e). C. Greenwood, Kent, 1838, 135. STAPLEHURST ken Hemsted Park Guldeford - Norris - Hodges - Hardy 1750+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. Contents sold July 17-19, 1912. TESTON ken Barham Court Barham - Noel 1620+ Fomerly known as Teston Hall. Owned by Charles Noel Noel, Lord Barham - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. A. Oswald, Country Houses of Kent, 1933, 61. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1822, 160. TONBRIDGE ken Somer Hill Walsingham - Burgh - Alexander 1630 Passed from Walsingham to his daughter Frances, who married Sir Philip Sidney. After 1643 passed to John Bradshaw; then John Woodgate, of Penshurst, in 1712. Then James Alexander in 1787. Owned by James Alexander, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd serie s vol. III, 1826. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 132. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1822, 176. E. Hasted, Kent, II, 1782, 341. WESTERHAM ken Hill Park Hill 1766 Originally Called "Valons" - changed name by Wills Hill, 2nd Viscount Hillsborough. Owned by Thomas Jesson in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. WIDMORE ken Bickley Wells 1780 Owned by John Wells, M.P. in 1819 - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. WINGHAM ken Deane Park Oxenden med In the Oxenden family since medieval times. Owned by Sir Henry Oxenden - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. T. Badeslade, Seats, 1750. J. Harris, History of Kent, 1719, 335.

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WYE ken Spring Grove Brett 1674 In the Brett family until Thomas Brandon Brett, d. 1846. Built by Thomas Brett who had inherited Wyebridge Mansion owned by Gregory Brett, d. 1541, and used the material to build Spring Grove a mile distant. One of the Bretts, Thomas, was non-juror bishop who wrote several tracts and founded the library. The library was catalogued by Thomas Brandon Brett – Bodley MS. Eng. Misc. d. 1173. The house is now a preparaory school, as of 1963 when it was bought by Niall Washington-Jones. LANCASHIRE ACCRINGTON lan Arden Hargreaves 1845 Built by Benjamin Hargreaves. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 250. ACCRINGTON lan Oakhill Hargreave 1820? The Hargreaves were calico manufactruers. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ADLINGTON lan Adlington Hall Clayton - Browne 1770? Rebuilt on site of old hall in 1770+ by Richard Clayton. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 105. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 55. Owned by Sir Richard Clayton (d. 1828); passed to Richard Clayton Browne. C.B. Legh. Adlington Hall. Derby: English Life, 1967; [1970]. ALDCLIFFE lan Aldcliffe Hall Dawson 1817 Built by Edward Dawson. E.Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 19. ALLERTON lan Allerton Grove Fletcher 1815 Built by Jacob Fletcher, Liverpool merchant. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ALLERTON lan Calderstone Walker 1828 Built by Joseph Need Walker. Owned by Liverpool Corporation. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 57. ALLERTON lan Hart Hill Bibby 1780+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ALLERTON lan Springwood Shand - Brocklesbank 1839+ Built by William Shand, a West India merchant. Named after his estate in Jamaica. While being built he sold it to Sir Thomas Brocklebank, ship owner. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 60. ALLITHWAITE lan Allithwaite Lodge Winfield - Carter - Lambert 1810+ Built by Richard Winfield. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ALLITHWAITE lan Boarbank House Winfield 1837 Rebuilt on site of earlier house by Richard Winfield of Kendal. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. AMBLESIDE lan Brathay Hall Braithwaite - Law - Redmayne 1780+ Built by Garren Braithwaite; sold 1788 to George Law, a rich West India merchant. Passed to the Redmaynes ca. 1830. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ASHTON lan Ashton Hall Lawrence - Hamilton 1550? J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 208. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated. 1831, 95. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 1. ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE lan Ashton Hall Assheton - Grey 1500+ Ancient seat of the Assheton family. Rebuilt 1839. Demolished 1890. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ATHERTON lan Atherton Hall

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Atherton 1723 Demolished in 1825. Built by Richard Atherton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. BARROW-IN-FURNESS lan Barrow Island Michaelson 1700+ Rebuilt 1726. Sold to Furness Railway Co. in 1863. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BARROW-IN-FURNESS lan Furness Abbey Curwen - Preston - Lowther - Cavendish 1541 Acquired by Sir Thomas Curwen in 1541. Passed to John Preston of Holker, who built a large house ca. 1620. Passed to the Lowthers and then the Cavendishes. BARTON lan Barton Lodge Shuttleworth 1580+ Bought by Sir Richard Shuttleworth ca. 1580. In the 18 cent. house was used by the Shuttleworths in preference to their Gawthorpe house. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 120. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 49. BAY HORSE lan Foxholes Rothwell - Barber 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated, 1831. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 87. BILLINGE lan Birchley Hall Anderton - Gerard 1594+ The Andertons of Lostock. Passed 17 cent. to the Gerards of Bryn. Now a Sue Ryder home. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BILLINGTON lan Hacking Hall Walmesley - Petre 1607 Built by Sir Thomas Walmesely; descended to the Petre family. Now a farmhouse. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893, 75. BIRCH lan Birch Hall Worsley - Bentley 1641 Owned by John Bentley 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 45. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire, 1831, 95. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 93. BLACKBURN lan Beardwood Hall Woolley 1800? Seat of the Woolley family. Now a hospital. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BLACKBURN lan Witton Park Feilden 1798 Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 134. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 17. BOLTON lan Smithills Hall Radclyffe - Barton - Shuttleworth - Ainsworth med Built by Sir Ralph Radclyffe 15 cent. Passed by marriage to the Barton family 16 cent. Later belonged to the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe. Bought by Richard Ainsworth in 1801. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 178. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 82. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. BORWICK lan Borwick Hall Redmayne - Bindloss 1595+ Built by Robert Bindloss who bought the estate from the Redmayne family. Now a hostel. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 44. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. BRADLEY lan Bradley Old Hall Haydock - Legh med Descended from the Haydocks to the Leghs. Sir Piers Legh built house in 15 cent. In 18 cent. given up for Haydock Lodge. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BRETHERTON lan Bank Hall Powys - Bretherton 1608+ Added to in 1832. Disused. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 66. BRINDLE lan Brindle Lodge Heatley - Eastwood 1780+

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Built by William Heatley ca. 1820 on site of earlier house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 65. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. BROUGHTON EAST lan Broughton Lodge Birch 1770+ Built by Joseph Birch. Now flats. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BROUGHTON-IN-FURNESS lan Broughton Tower Broughton - Stanley - Leigh - Sawrey med Owned by the Broughton family to 1478; then the Stanleys (Earls of Derby) to 1620; then the Leigh family; then the Sawrey family. Owned by John Gilpin Sawrey - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Contents sold May 31- June 4, 1920. BURNLEY lan Bank Hall Hargreaves - Thursby 1800+ Built by Rev. John Hargreaves, descended to Sir John Thursby. Now a hospital? J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURNLEY lan Hood House Halsted 1780+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURNLEY lan Pheasantford House Haydock - Gibson - Hargreaves med Owned by the Haydocks till 1745; then Charles Gibson of Quernmore. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURNLEY lan Royle Hall Townley - Parker med Jacobean house. Passed to the Parkers by marriage 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURNLEY lan Towneley Hall Towneley med Much altered over the centuries. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 163. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 1. BURROW lan Burrow Hall Briggs - Fenwick 1620+ Built by Edward Briggs. Sold 1690 to John Fenwick. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CARK IN CARTMEL lan Holker Hall Preston - Lowther - Cavendish 1550+ The largest occupied house in Lancashire. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 41. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 3. K.H. Mantell. Holker Hall. Derby: English Life, [1953]. CARNFORTH lan Hyning Hall Bolden 1810+ The seat of the Earls Peel. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CARTMEL lan Aynsome Manor Machell - Remington 1650? Partly 17 cent. with Georgian fron; aditions in 1842. The Machell family orig.; then rev. Thomas Remington ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, mansions, II, 1847, 31. CATON lan Gresgarth Hall Rawlinson - Edmondson - De Vitre 1500+ Numerous changes in ownership until the Rawlinsons; in 1802 sold to Thomas Edmondson from Yorkshire. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CHADDERTON lan Chadderton Hall Horton 1680+ Rebuilt by Sir William Horton ca. 1750. The Baronetcy expires in 1831. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CHADDERTON lan Foxdenton Hall Radclyffe 1620+ Rebuilt by Alexander Radclyffe on the site of the house owned by William Radclyffe, ca. 1620. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 220. CHAIGLEY lan Chaigley Manor Sherburne - Weld - Winstanley 1650+ Orig. owned by the Sherburnes of Stonyhurst; then Weld; then Winstanley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country

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Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CHILDWALL lan Elmswood Sands 1840 Built by Thomas Sands. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 60. CHILDWALL lan Hillside House Sinclair 1836 Built by Archibald Sinclair. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 61. CHIPPING lan Leagram Hall Sherburne 1580+ Bought from the Earl of Leicester by Sir Richard Sherburne of Stonyhurst. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CHORLEY lan Astley Hall Charnock - Brooke - Parker 1600+ Owned by Thomas Townley Parker - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1880. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 54. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 41. CHORLEY lan Duxbury Hall Standish - Duxbury 1600+ Miles Standish was on the Mayflower in 1620. Rebuilt 1828. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 45. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. CHORLEY lan Ellerbeck Hall Hodson - Cardwell 1807 Built by John Hodson, M.P. for Wigan. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 71. Owned 1850 by James Cardwell. CHORLEY lan Gillibrand Hall Fazakerley - Gillibrand 1807+ Built by Thomas Gillibrand on site of earlier house belonging to the Fazakerley family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Now a convent. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 54. CHURCHTOWN lan Kirkland Hall Butler 1660+ Built by Alexander Butler on site of earlier house. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CHURCHTOWN lan Meols Hall Hesketh - Fleetwood 1550+ Belonged to the Heskeths of Rufford. Old house demolished ca. 1733. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Country Life, 153, 1973, 206, 274, 326. CLAUGHTON lan Claughton Hall Brockholes 1811 Owned 1850 by Thomas F. Brockholes. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 41. CLAYTON-LE-MOORS lan Clayton Hall Lomax - Trappes 1750+ Rebuilt by James Lomax 1772. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 19. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 218. CLAYTON-LE-MOORS lan Dunkenhalgh Hall Rishton - Walmesley - Petre med Sold by the Rishtons to Sir Thomas Walmesley of Hacking in 1571. Bouse built 1580. Passed to the Petre family in 1712. Now a hotel. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLAYTON-LE-WOODS lan Clayton Hall Byron - Chetham med The Byrons were a recusant family. Sold to the Chatham family in 1621. Built by Humphrey Chetham. Demolished ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLIFTON-WITH-SALWICK lan Clifton Hall Clifton 1832 Built by the Cliftons of Lytham. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 195; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 129. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 37. CLITHEROE lan Standen Hall Aspinall 1757 Present house built by James Aspinal in 1757. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 11. CLIVIGER lan Ormerod House Ormerod - Hargreaves - Thursby med

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Built 16 cent., enlarged 18 cent. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 29. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 196. CLIVIGER lan The Holme Whitaker 1603+ Added to in 1717. Owned by Rev. T.D. Whitaker, Vicar of Holme (1797-1822), author and historian. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 26. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 112. COLNE lan Alkincoats Parker 1580+ Owned by the Parkers of Browsholme. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. COLNE lan Emmott Hall Emmott - Emmott-Green 1670+ Numerous remodellings. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 76. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 35. Owned 1850 by George Emmott-Green. COWAN BRIDGE lan Leck Hall Henley - Welch - Shuttleworth 1800+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 14. CROFT WITH SOUTHFORTH lan Croft House Heginbottom - Coulthart 1810 Large library (7,000 vols.). Built by Samuel Heginbottom. Owned 1852 by John R. Coulthart, who bought the house in 1846. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 123. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 89. CRONTON lan Cronton Hall Wright - Bretherton 1720+ Built by Thomas Wright. Altered 1840. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CROXTETH PARK lan Croxteth Hall Molyneux 1575 Acquired by Sir Richard Molyneux in 1446. Hall built 1575. Extended in 1707. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 163. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 9. Library sold Sep. 20, 1973. CUERDEN lan Cuerden Hall Cuerden - Banastre - Parker - Townley-Parker 1717+ New house built in 1717 by Banastre Parker; remodelled 1819. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 42. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 185 2, 33. CUERDEN GREEN lan Woodcock Hall Woodcock 1670+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DARCY LEVER lan Darcy Lever Hall Lever - Bradshaw 1640+ Demolished 1951. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 6. DAVYHULME lan Davyhulme Hall Norrey 1780+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 74. DENTON lan Denton Hall Holland med Demolished in 1895. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 33. Neale, Views, V, 1822. DENTON lan Hyde Hall Hyde 1625+ Seat of the Hyde family. Now a farmhouse. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DOLPHINHOLME lan Wyreside Hall Cawthorne - Garnett 1790+ Rebuilt by John Fenton Cawthorne, designed by Adam. Converted to flats. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 47. DOWNHAM lan Downham Hall

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Assheton 1710+ The Asshetons bought the estate in 1558 - Sir Richard Assheton, who also acquired Whalley Abbey. Still owned by the family, Lord Clitheroe. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 9. EUXTON lan Euxton Hall Anderton - Ince-Anderton 1739+ Rebuilt 1848+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 75. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 51. Owned 1850 by William Ince-Anderton. EXTWHISTLE lan Extwistle Hall Parker 1500+ A set of the Parker family, deserted in 1719 for Cuerdon Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. FAR SAWREY lan Graythwaite Old Hall Rawlinson - Webster 1580+ Built by the Rawlinson family. Remodelled ca. 1840 by George Webster. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 121; 2nd Series, I, 1854, 227. FENISCOWLES lan Feniscowles Hall Feilden 1808 Built by Sir William Feilden, 1st Bart. A ruin. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 270. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 14. Contents sold May 28-29, 1877. FLEETWOOD lan Rossall Hall Hesketh - Fleetwood 1580+ Turned into a school in 1844. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 44. FORMBY lan Formby Hall Formby 1700+ The Formby family established here since 14 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. FORTON lan Clifton Hill Gillow 1820 Built by Robert Gillow of Leighton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Manions, II, 1847, 30. GARSTANG lan Myerscough Hall Greenhalgh 1720+ Built by William Greenhalgh. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GARSTANG lan Myerscough House Parkinson - Butler - Gibson - Cunliffe - Fielding 1600+ Passed from the Parkinsons to the Butlers in 1631. Sold in 1731 to Charles Gibson of Preston. Orig. a Jacobean house, with additions and alterations. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 53. GARSWOOD lan Garswood Hall Launder - Gerard 1750+ Bought by Sir Robert Gerard from the Launder family ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GOLBORNE lan Golborne Lodge Legh - Newton 1737+ Seat of the Leghs of Haydock. Destroyed 1920. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GRANGE-OVER-SANDS lan Netherwood Maude 1800? Built by Thomas Holme Maude - replaced an older house known as Blawith Cottage. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREAT HARWOOD lan Martholme Fitton - Hesketh 1500+ Altered in 1577 and 1601. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GREAT MARSDEN lan Marsden Hall Walton 1727 Built by Henry Walton. owned 1850 by Thomas Walton. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 34. GRIMSARGH lan Grimsargh House Blanchard 1821

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Owned 1850 by James Blanchard. E. Twycross, mansions, II, 1847, 52. HALE lan Hale Hall Ireland - Langford - Blackburne 1620+ Remodelled by Sir Gilbert Ireland in 1674; again by Nash for the Ireland Blackburne family in 1806. Rev. W. Langford, Vicar of Hale, ca. 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 29. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 162. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HALSNEAD lan Halsnead Park Willis med Built by Richard Willis, designed by Soane. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Bought by Thomas Willis, a Liverpool merchant, in 1684. HALSNEAD lan Halsnead Park Pemberton - Tarbock - Willis 1620? Altered 1727; 1790. Owned 1854 by Richard Willis. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 210. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 44. HALTON lan Halton Hall Carus - Bradshaw 1583+ Sold to the Bradshaws in 1743. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HALTON lan Halton Park Bateman 1650+ Seat of the Bateman family; remodelled ca. 1850. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HASLINGDEN lan Holden Hall Holden med The Holdens moved to Palace House in Burnley ca. 1760. Demolished. Built ca. 1560. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 53. HAVERTHWAITE lan Bigland Hall Bigland 1560+ Remodelled 1809. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 20. HAVERTHWAITE lan Whitestock Hall Dobson 1780+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HAWKSHEAD lan Esthwaite Lodge Alcock-Beck 1821 Built by Thomas Alcock-beck, designed by George Webster. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 29. HAYDOCK lan Haydock Lodge Legh - Newton 1795+ Rebuilt 1795. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 36. HEATH CHARNOCK lan Hall o' th' Hill Willis 1724 Seat of the Willis family. Now Chorley Golf Club. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HEATON MERSEY lan Leegate Hall Dyer - Wright 1830+ Built by Joseph C. Dyer, a Manchester businessman. Acquired by Edmund Wright, a calico printer, who changed the name to Heaton Hall, then Mauldeth Hall. Between 1854 and 1873 it was the home of the Bishops of Manchester. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HEATON MERSEY lan Mauldeth Hall Dyer - Wright 1830+ Built by Joseph C. Dyer; then Edmund Wright; Bishops of manchester between 1854 and 1873. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Also known as Leegate Hall. HESKIN lan Heskin Hall Powys 1650+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HEYSHAM lan Heysham Tower [Hall] Hesketh - Knowlys 1800? A seat of the Heskeths of Rossall. Originally known as Heysham Hall. Castellated ca. 1836. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847,

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29. HINDLEY lan Hindley Hall Leigh 1790+ Built for Sir Robert Holt Leigh. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOGHTON lan Hoghton Tower Hoghton 1565+ Built by Thomas Hoghton, a Catholic recusant. Fell into decay ca. 1760 when the family moved to Walton Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. G.C. Miller, Hoghton Tower. Preston, 1948. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 241. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 52. HOPWOOD lan Hopwood Hall Hopwood 1650+ Seat of the Hopwoods till ca. 1920. Now a college. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 72. HORNBY lan Hornby Castle Neville - Harrington - Stanley - Dawson med Rebuilt ca. 1850+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 164. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 12. Owned 1850 by Pudset Dawson. HORWICH lan Lostock Hall Anderton - Blundell 1563+ Seat of the Andertons and centre of recusancy. Modernied by Francis Anderton in 1702. Mostly demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls, 1893, 63. HORWICH lan Ridgmont Ridgway 1815+ Built by Joseph Ridgway. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 86. HUYTON lan Red Hazels Case 1764 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. INCE BLUNDELL lan Ince Blundell Hall Blundell med The Blundells were Catholic recusants. Rebuilt 1720 by Robert Blundell. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 16. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. S. Jones, Views, 1829. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 42. IRLAM lan Irlam Hall Greaves 1580+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 95. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated, 1831, 92. KIRKDALE lan Bank Hall More 1580+ Seat of the More family. Demolished 1778. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKHAM lan Milbanke Birley 1808 Built by Thomas Birley, flax manufacturer. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 59. KNOTTY ASH lan Dovecot House Dugdale 1820+ Built by Adam Dugdale, designed by J.C. Loudon. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 56. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. KNOWSLEY lan Knowsley Hall Stanley med The libraries of the 7th Earl of Derby and the 9th Earl (d. 1702). Seized in 1654. Sold 1703. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Liverpool University. W.C. Clissit, Knowsley Hall. Knowsley, 1950. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 113. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 55. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 1. LANCASTER lan Ashton Hall Gerard - Douglas med Orig. the Gerard family; then the Dukes of Hamilton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LANCASTER lan Capernwray Marton 1680+

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F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 89. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 10. LANCASTER lan Springfield Hall Hargreaves - Godson 1800+ Owned by Henry Hargreaves. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 21. LATHOM lan Lathom House Wilbraham - Bootle - Stanley 1725+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LEYLAND lan Worden Hall Ffarington 1742+ Usually spelled ffarington. Enlarged 1742 by Sir William ffarington. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 61. LINDALE lan Eller How Webster 1818+ Acquired by Francis Webster in 1818. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 31. LITTLE CROSBY lan Crosby Hall Blundell 1609+ Remodelled in 1786. Nicholas Blundell kept a diary ca. 1712+. Library added in 1815. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Liverpool University. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 39. LITTLE HULTON lan Kenyon Peel Hall Rigby - Kenyon 1631+ Built by the Kenyons. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 191. LITTLE MITTON lan Little Mitton Hall Sherburne - Aspinall 1500+ Built by Robert Sherburne of Stonyhurst. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893, 35. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 11. LITTLEBOROUGH lan Pike House Halliwell 1550+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LITTLEBOROUGH lan Stubley Old Hall Holt 1530+ Built by Richard Holt; adapted 1660+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LIVERPOOL lan Allerton Hall Hardman - Roscoe - Willasey - Ellames 1750+ Rebuilt by William Roscoe ca. 1812. Roscoe's large library was sold in 1816. Most of his books are now in the Liverpool Athenaeum. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Owned by James Willasey - Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Large library. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. Jones, Views, I, 1829. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 47. Owned 1850 by Patteson Ellames. LIVERPOOL lan Childwall Hall Gascoyne 1813 Built by Bamber Gascoyne. Passed by marriage to the Marquess of Salisbury. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 46. S. Jones, Views, 1829. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847. 22. LIVERPOOL lan Lark Hill Blundell - Horrocks 1769 Built by Jonathan Blundell of Ince Blundell. Modified 1796 by Samuel Horrocks. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 60. Owned 1850 by Samuel Horrocks. LIVERPOOL lan Lee Hall Okill 1773 Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LIVERPOOL lan Roby Hall Williamson 1760+ Built by John Williamson, Mayor of Liverpool 1761. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 46. LIVERPOOL lan Seaforth House

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Gladstone 1810? Built by Sir John Gladstone. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. LIVERPOOL lan Speke Hall Nores - Watt med Built by Sir William Nores [Norris]. Owned by Richard Watt, a Liverpool merchant, who bought it in 1797. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. National Trust. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 170. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 43. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. [Anon] Guide to Speke Hall. Liverpool, [1955?] LIVERPOOL lan Woolton Hall Molyneux - Ashton - Leyland 1780? Built by Richard Molyneux., designed by Adam. Enlarged 1774. Owned by Nicholas Ashton in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.M. Neale, Guide. London, 1988. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 58. Octagonal library. LOWER DARWEN lan Highercroft House Haworth 1550+ Seat of the Haworths. Rebuilt 1634 by Peter Haworth. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LYDIATE lan Lydiate Hall Ireland - Anderton 1500+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. T.E. Gibson, Lydiate Hall. Lydiate, 1876. LYTHAM ST ANNES lan Lytham Hall Clifton 1606+ Seat of the Cliftons till 20 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 195; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 128. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 33. MANCHESTER lan Barlow Hall Barlow - Egerton 1574+ Built by Alexander Barlow. Burned in 1879. Seat of the Barlow family since medieval times. Sold to Samuel Egerton of Tatton 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MANCHESTER lan Heaton Hall Langley - Holland - Egerton - Grosvenor 1772 Built by Sir Thomas Egerton, designed by James Wyatt. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 174. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 63. S.D. Cleveland. Heaton Hall. Derby: English Life, [1953]. MANCHESTER lan Hough End Hall Mosley - Egerton 1596+ Built by Sir Nicholas Mosley; acquired by the Egertons of Tatton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MANCHESTER lan Hough Hall Halgh - Lightbourne 1580+ Neglected. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MANCHESTER lan Platt Hall Tindall - Carill - Worsley 1763+ Built by John carill-Worsley. Now owned by Manchester Corporation. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MANCHESTER lan Slade Hall Siddall 1585 Extended 1681. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MANCHESTER lan Wythenshawe Hall Tatton 1530+ Much remodelling in 18 and 19 cents. Now a museum. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 65. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1850, 104. MAWDESLEY lan Mawdesley Hall Mawdesley 1625+ Built by William Mawdesley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MELLING lan Crow Trees Remington 1540+ Seat of the Remington family - Matthew Remington (d. 1551). Rebuilt ca. 1780. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MELLING lan Melling Hall

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Craven - Gillison-Bell 1720+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 18. MELLOR lan Woodfold Park Sudell - Hindle 1799 Built by Henry Sudell, a Blackburn cotton manufacturer. Sold to John Fowden Hindle in 1831. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 13. MIDDLETON lan Alkrington Hall Lever 1736 Built by Darcy Lever. Converted to flats. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MIDDLETON lan Great Lever Hall Lever - Assheton - Bridgeman med Passed to the Asshetons 15 cent.; then Bridgeman in 1620; rebuilt by Bishop Bridgeman 1631. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MIDDLETON lan Middleton Tower Assheton med Demolished 1845. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. F.W. Steer, Middleton Tower, 1961. MIDDLETON lan Tonge Hall Tonge 1530+ Seat of the Tonge family to 1726. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MILNROW lan Clegg Hall Clegg - Belfield - Assheton - Haworth - Hulton 1620+ Numerous changes in ownership. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MONG CONISTON lan Monk Coniston Hall Ford - Marshall 1800+ William Ford, an ironmaster; then the Marshalls, flax spinners from Yorkshire. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWBY BRIDGE lan Fell Foot Dixon 1780+ Built by Jeremiah Dixon, a Mayor of Leeds. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWBY BRIDGE lan Finsthwaite House Taylor - Pedder - Chaplin 1650+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWBY BRIDGE lan Town Head Towneley 1810+ Built by William Towneley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS lan Newton Hall Blackburne 1630+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. OLDHAM lan Chamber Hall Tetlow - Wrigley - Gregge 1700? Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ORMSKIRK lan Lathom House Bootle 1724 Bought by Sir Thomas Bootle in 1724. Rebuilt on site of ancient mansion. Owned by Edward Wilbraham, MP, in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 250. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 16. Owned by Edward Bootle Wilbraham, Lord Skelmsersdale. ORRELL lan Bispham Hall Bispham 1573 Built by the Bispham family. Almost derelict. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. OUT RAWCLIFFE lan Rawcliffe Hall Butler med Belonged to the Butler family 12 cent. to 1715. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. OVER KELLET lan Hall Garth

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Wilson 1675+ Rebuilt ca. 1820. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PADIHAM lan Gawthorpe Hall Shuttleworth - Kay-Shuttleworth med Sir Richard Shuttleowrth, Chief Justice of Chester. Built the present house ca. 1599-1603. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 19. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 25. PADIHAM lan Palace House Holden 1720+ Built by John Holden of Hollins, Burnley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 53. PARBOLD lan Parbold Hall Lathom - Crisp 1600+ Bought by John Crisp ca. 1680. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENDLETON lan Chaseley Gardner - Heywood 1830+ Built by R. Gardner. The Heywood family renamed it Claremont. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENNY BRIDGE lan Penny Bridge Hall Penny - Machell 1540+ Owned by the Penny family since 16 cent. Passed to the Machells 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PENWORTHAM lan Howick House Norris 1840+ Built by Thomas Norris. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 69. PLEASINGTON lan Pleasington Hall Butler 1805+ Built by John Francis Butler. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 127. PREESALL lan Parrox Hall Elletson 1570+ The Elletsons there since 17 cent. Wealthy Jamaica merchants. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PRESTON lan Hutton Hall Rosthorne - Rawstorne 1545+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PRESTON lan Penwortham Priory Fleetwood - Rawstorne med Belonged to the Fleetwoods after the dissolution. Remodelled 1832. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 47. PRESTON lan Ribbleton Hall Sherburne - Hynge - Birchall 1550+ Belonged to the Sherburnes of Stonyhurst; then Richard Hynge in 1656; then the Birchalls. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Demolished. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 56. PRESTWICH lan Irwell House Drinkwater 1792 Built by Peter Drinkwater. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PRESTWICH lan The Park Philips 1800+ Bought by Robert Philips (1760-1844), a Manchester merchant. The Philips family also owned Sedgley Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. QUERNMORE lan Quernmore Park Preston - Clifford - Gibson 1630+ Sold by the Crown to Thomas Preston in 1630; then the Cliffords to 1794; then the Gibsons of Myerscough. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 13. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 152. RAINHILL lan Rainhill Hall Lancaster - Fleetwood med 14 cent. house remodelled ca. 1600. Descended to the Fleetwoods 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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READ lan Read Hall Nowell - Fort med Home of the Nowells since 1364. Alexander Nowell was Dean of St Pauls. Bought by the printer Ricahrd Fort in 1799. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847 , 24. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 169. RIBBLETON lan Red Scar Cross 1798+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 48. RIBBY-WITH-WREA lan Ribby Hall Hornby 1795 Built by Joseph Hornby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 43. RIVINGTON lan Rivington Hall Pilkington - Lever - Andrews med Pilkingtons; then Levers (17 cent.); then Andrews (ca. 1750). House built by R. Andrews (who married Jane Lever) in 1774. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Contents sold Nov 16-17, 1925. ROCHDALE lan Belfield Hall Butterworth - Townley 1619+ Acquired in 1728 by Richard Townley, cadet descendant of the Towneleys of Towneley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCHDALE lan Castleton Hall Holt - Chetham 1540+ Granted to Richard Holt of Stubley after the dissolution. Passed to the Chetham family; rebuilt by Samuel Chetham in 1719. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCHDALE lan Chadwick Hall Chadwick 1620 Rebuilt by Oliver Chadwick. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCHDALE lan Foxholes Entwistle 1792+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCHDALE lan Healey Hall Chadwyck - Healey 1618+ Rebuilt 1774. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROCHDALE lan Mount Falinge Royds 1780+ Built by James Royds (1758-62). J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ROYTON lan Royton Hall Byron - Percival - Pickford - Radcliffe med Byron family to ca. 1662; then bought by Thomas Percival, a Manchester merchant; to Pickfords by 1763, who changed their name to Radliffe. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. RUFFORD lan Rufford New Hall Hesketh 1761 Built by Sir Thomas Hesketh, 1st Bart. Altered 1789. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 39. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 47. RUFFORD lan Rufford Old Hall Hesketh 1530? Built by Thomas Hesketh; altered in 1662 and agin in 1821. Rebuilt by Sir Thomas Hesketh ca. 1821. National Trust. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 39. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893. RUSLAND lan Rusland Hall Rawlinson - Archibald 1700+ Seat of the Rawlinsons till 1750; then the Archibalds. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SALESBURY lan Lovely Hall Bolton - Parker - Winder - Starkie 1660+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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SALFORD lan Buile Hall Potter 1826 Built by Sir Thomas Potter, 1st Lord Mayor of Manchester, designed by Charles Barry. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 98. SALFORD lan Lark Hill Ackers 1790+ James Ackers; then William Garnett before he bought Quernmore. Sold 1845. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847. SALFORD lan Ordsall Hall Radclyffe - Egerton med Embellished 16 cent. Bought by the Egertons of Tatton in 1883. Now a museum. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893, 15. Country Life, 66, 1929, 452. SAMLESBURY lan Samlesbury Lower Hall Southworth - Walmesley 1650? Built by Thomas Walmesley, Catholic. Mostly collapsed. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Croston, History. London, 1871. SAMLESBURY lan Samlesbury Old Hall Southworth - Braddyll med Passed to the Braddyll family in 1678. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Croston, History. London, 1871. SATTERTHWAITE lan Grizedale Hall Rawlinson - Bowman - Ainslie 1780? Rebuilt in 1900'; demolished 1955. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SCARISBRICK lan Scarisbrick Hall Scarisbrick med New house built 1812-16; reconstructed (Pugin) 1837-45. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 37. Contents sold July 16-27, 1923. SEAFORTH lan Seaforth Hall [House] Muspratt 1839 Built by the Muspratt family, designed by Picton. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 34. SEFTON lan Sefton Hall Molyneux med Abandoned by 1700. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SHERDLEY lan Sherdley Hall Hughes 1806 Built by Michael Hughes. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 49. SIMONSTONE lan Huntrodye Simondstone - Starkie - Le Gendre Starkie 1576 Built by Edmund Starkie. Added to in 1777; again ca. 1810. Partly Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 198. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 7. SIMONSTONE lan Simonstone Hall Whitaker 1660+ Altered in 1818. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SLYNE lan Slyne House Greene 1780+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SLYNE-WITH-HEST lan Beaumont Cote Cole - Butler 1710+ Passed by marriage from Thomas Cole's daughter Dorothy to the Butler family of Kirkland ca. 1710. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SMALLBRIDGE lan Haworth Hall Howarth med Seat of the Haworth family since medieval times. Theophilus Haworth (1651) was a distinguished antiquary. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ST HELENS lan Bold Hall Bold - Patten - Houghton med Old house replaced in 1730 by Peter Bold. Altered ca. 1800. Passed to Peter Patten of Bank Hall, Warrington. J.M.

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Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 27 . J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 48. Owned 1850 by Henry Houghton. STANDISH lan Standish Hall Standish med In Standish family since medieval times. The Standishes were Catholic and Jacobite. Line died out in 18 cent. Demolished. Owned by Charles Standish - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.M. Roinson, Guide. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 44. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 57. STONYHURST lan Stonyhurst Sherburne - Howard - Weld med Modern house begun in 1592 by Sir Richard Sherburne. Lived in by the widow of the 8th Duke of Norfolk - she died in 1754; house passed to the Weld family of Lulworth. In 1794 became a College. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. A. Hewitson, Stonyhurst College. Preston, 1870. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847,vii. STRETFORD lan Trafford Park Trafford med New house built in 1762 by Humphry Trafford. Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 178. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 70. SUMMERFIELD lan Summerfield House Tatham 1841 Built by Edward Tatham. Unchanged. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 26. THURNHAM lan Thurnham Hall Fleming - Gray - Dalton 1580+ Modified in 1823. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 21. [Anon] Thurnham Hall. Derby: English Life, 1979. TULKETH lan Tulketh Hall Hesketh 1630+ Remodelled by Roger Hesketh 18 cent. Owned by Miss Hesketh sister of Bold Fleetwood Hall - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. J.M. Robinson, Guide. London, 1988. TUNSTALL lan Thurland Castle Tunstall med Destroyed in Civil War. Reconstructed in 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893, 7. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, vii. TURTON lan Bradshaw Hall Bradshaw - Isherwood 1620+ Home of the Bradshaws; then Isherwood. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. TURTON lan Turton Tower Lathom - Orrell - Chetham - Kay 1580+ Lathom family to 1420; William Orrell added in 1596; sold to Humphrey Chetham in 1628 - in Chetham family till 1835; sold to James Kay. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls, 1893, 89. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, I, 1848. ULVERSTON lan Bardsea Hall Wilson - Gale 1750+ Remodelled ca. 1840. Christopher Wilson; John Gale of Highead castle. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ULVERSTON lan Conishead Priory Richmond-Gale-Braddyll 1836 Built on site of Georgian house designed by Wyatt. Orig. an Augustinian Priory. Now owned by Tibetan monks. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 5. Books sold Sep. 16+, 1850; Jan. 27+, 1874. ULVERSTON lan Fair View Burton - Kennedy 1810+ Built by Myles Theodore Burton, a banker of Ulverston. Passed to the Kennedys of Stone Cross by marriage. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ULVERSTON lan Swarthmoor Hall Fell - Foxe 1680+ House with Quaker connections. Owned by George Foxe. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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ULVERSTON lan Hammershead Hill Villa McHugh 1835 Built by Rev. Bartholomew McHugh. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 32. WALTON lan Dingle Cottage Yates 1838 Built by James yates. E. Twycross, mansions, III, 1847, 55. WALTON-LE-DALE lan Cuerdale Hall Assheton 1700+ Seat of the Asshetons of Downham; still owned by Lord Clitheroe. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 10. WALTON-LE-DALE lan Walton Hall Hoghton 1750+ Owned by Hoghton family from 16 cent. Rebuilt in 1830 after a fire. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 32. WARRINGTON lan Bank Hall Patten 1750+ Built by Thomas Patten, designed by Gibbs. Maintained as the Town Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WARRINGTON lan Bewsey Hall Boteler - Ireland - Powys med Seat of the Botelers from medieval times; passed to the Ireland family 1586; then Lord Lilford. Rebuilt ca. 1600. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 75. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 21. WARRINGTON lan Bruche Hall Legh - Bankes - Jackson - Parr 1700? Owned by the Leghs of Lyme; then Bankes of Winstanley; then Jonathan Jackson ca. 1800; then Thomas Parr of Warrington ca. 1825. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WARRINGTON lan Orford Hall Blackburne 1716+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WESHAM lan Mowbreck Hall Westby med Home of the Westby family since 15 cent. Bought in 1893 by the 16th earl of Derby. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WEST DINGLE lan West Dingle Yates 1828 Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 54. WESTHOUGHTON lan Hulton Park Hulton 1810+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 109. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated, 1831, 80. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 76. WHALLEY lan Clerk Hill Whalley - Smythe - Gardiner 1810+ Orig. belonged to the Whalley family (1699+), J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 30. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 176. WHALLEY lan Moreton House Nowell - Fort - Taylor - Worsley-Taylor 1600? Part of the Read Hall estate. Bought by Richard Fort a printer. Read Hall was seat of the Nowells. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 53. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1850, 20. WHALLEY lan Whalley Abbey Assheton 1558+ New house built in 1660+ by Sir Ralph Assheton. Now a retreat. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 8. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 20. WHITTINGTON lan Newton Hall North 1650+ Rebuilt 1880. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WHITTINGTON lan Whittington Hall Huddlestone - Bordrigge - Greene 1700+

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Orig. house built ca, 1600 by Miles Huddlestone. Remodelled ca. 1831. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 155. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 9. WHITTLE-LE-WOODS lan Crook Hall Crook 1608+ Seat of the Crooks. Later renamed Lisieux Hall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WHITTLE-LE-WOODS lan Shaw Hill Crosse 1807 Built by Thomas Bright Crosse, M.P. for Wigan. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 86. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 58. Large library. WIGAN lan Haigh Hall Bradshaigh - Lindsay 1827 Built by the 24th Earl of Crawford, replacing an earlier house belonging to his Bradshaigh ancestors. Famour library. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 8. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 14. WIGAN lan Ince Hall Gerard - Browne 1615+ Built by Roger Browne; formerly a seat of the Gerards of Bryn. Burned in 1854. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. H. Gray, Old Halls of Lancashire, 1893, 43. WIGAN lan Westwood House Walmesley 1780+ Demolished. In the Walmesley family till 1919. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 45. WIGAN lan Winstanley Hall Bankes 1596 Bought by James Bankes a goldsmith and banker in Wigan. Remodelled 1785, and again in 1818. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. [Anon] Winstanley Hall. Typescript history in house, 1973-76. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 50. WINWICK lan Myddleton Hall Greenall 1658+ Belonged to the Greenalls ca. 1810, Warrington brewers. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 49. WORSLEY lan Hulme Hall Prestwich 1580+ Demolished in 1840. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated, 1831, 193. WORSLEY lan Wardley Hall Tyldesley - Downes 1625+ Now the home of the Catholic Bishop of Salford. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 191. H. Gray, old Halls, 1893, 47. WORSLEY lan Worsley Hall Gower 1750+ Built by Francis Duke of Bridgewater. Home of the Earls of Ellesmere. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, III, 1847, 66. WRIGHTINGTON lan Harrock Hall Rigbye 1630+ Seat of the Rigbye family since 17 cent. Enlarged ca. 1790; again ca. 1840. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WRIGHTINGTON lan Wrightington Hall Dicconson 1620? New house built in 1745. The Dicconson family were Catholic and Jacobite. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Now a hospital. E. Twycross, Mansions, I, 1847, 63. WYERSDALE lan Wyersdale Tower Cawthorne 1802 Built by John Fenton Cawthorne. Demolished in 1868. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. YEALAND CONYERS lan Leighton Hall Middleton - Worswick - Townley - Gillow 1765+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Catholic families since 16 cent.

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[Anon] Leighton Hall, 1958. J. Bartlett, Mansions, 1853. E. Twycross, Mansions, II, 1847, 15. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 197. [Anon] Leighton Hall, Carnforth. Derby: English Life, [1958]. YEALAND CONYERS lan Yealand Manor Ford 1805 Built for the Ford family, ship owners. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LEICESTERSHIRE ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH lei Ashby Castle Hastings med The Hastings were Earls of Huntingdon. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCHE lei Willesley Hall Clifton 1750? In the Clifton family since medieval times, F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. ASTON FLAMVILLE lei Manor House Turville - Ashby - Cradock - Cradock-Hartopp 1750+ Owned by Turvilles 1549-1749. Bought by Shukburgh Ashby 1749; passed to Joseph Cradock (d. 1778); then Edmund Cradock-Hartopp ca. 1805. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. BAGGRAVE lei Baggrave Hall Coke - Edwin - Burnaby 1750+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Edward Burnaby 1770. Rebuilt ca. 1750 by John Edwin. Nichols, Leicestershire, III, i, 1800, 289. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 134. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BARKBY lei Barkby Hall Pochin 1780+ George Pochin (d. 1706). Owned in 1800 by William Pochin (d. 1800). Nichols, Leicestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 209. BARLESTONE lei Osbaston Hall Mundy - Whitby - Cockshutt - Twisleton 1580+ Remodelled 18 cent. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 524. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 304. BEAUMANOR lei Beaumanor House [Park] Herrick 1725+ Old house demolished 1720. Owned in 1800 by William Herrick. Nichols, Leicestershire. M. Brookman, The Woodhouse Echo. Loughborough, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 4. J. Throsby, Views in leicestershire, 1789, 227. BELGRAVE lei Belgrave Hall Hastings - Wrighte - Byerley - Nixon 1710+ Owned by Mr Nixon 1804. Now a museum. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. BLASTON lei Blaston Hall Owsley 1790+ Built by Rev John Owsley (d. 1835). Demolished. Nichols. BRAUNSTONE lei Braunstone Hall Winstanley 1776 Winstanley family since 1660. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 620. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 257. BROOKSBY lei Brooksby Hall Villiers - Wrighte 1740+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1800 by George Wrighte. Nichols, Leicestershire. BURBACH lei Moat House Wightman - Wells - Salisbury - Dyke 1700+ Bought 1750+ by David Wells; passed to Ambrose Salisbury 1790. Bought by Jerome Dyke 1795. Nichols, Leicestershire. BURTON lei Burton Hall Mundy - St Maur 1800? Built by Charles G. Mundy. Bought by Lord Archibald St Maur. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 43. CARLTON CURLIEU lei Carlton Curlieu Hall Bale - Prudham - Palmer 1636+ Bale family; then Prudham (ca. 16600; then Sir Geoffrey Palmer, ca. 1665. Thomas Palmer 1795. Owned by Sir John Henry Palmer - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, London, 1960. Nichols, 1795, II. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 192. J. Nichols, History, II,ii, 1798, 538; III,ii, 1804,

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1127. CASTLE DONINGTON lei Donington Hall Hastings 1590? Owned by George Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon in 1594. Rebuilt in 1789. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, London, 1960. Demolished 1793. Nichols, Leicestershire. CASTLE DONINGTON lei Donington Park [Hall] Hastings 1750+ Owned 1804 by Francis Rawdon Hastings, Earl of Moira. Large library. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 775. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 272. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1808. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 9. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 166. CHURCH LANGTON lei Church Langton Rectory Hanbury 1750+ Built by Rev William Hanbury (d. 1778). Nichols, Leicestershire. COLD OVERTON lei Cold Overton Hall Berkeley - St John - Turner - Frewen 1500+ Rebuilt ca. 1670. Rebuilt ca. 1750 by St John Family. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. J. Nichols, History, II,i, 1795, 139. COLEORTON lei Coleorton Hall Beaumont 1808 Built by Sir George Howland Beaumont. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, London, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 107. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DISHLEY lei Dishley Grange Villiers - Phillipps - Bakewell 1750+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Leased by Robert Bakewell. Sir Ambrose Phillipps 1693. Owned 1804 by Thomas March Phillipps. Bakewell reformed cattle breeding. Nichols, Leicestershire. EDMONDTHORPE lei Edmondthorpe Hall Smith - Pochin 1580+ Remodelled ca. 1700. Owned by William Pochin in 1795. His main house was at Barkby. Ruined. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, III,ii, 1804. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 266. ENDERBY lei Enderby Hall Dolman - Smith 1750+ Sold by Sir Thomas Dolman to Richard Smith 1695. Owned 1807 by Charles Loraine Smith. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,i, 1807, 158. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 270. GADDESBY lei Gaddesby Hall Ayre 1740+ Mostly demolished 1950. Built by Thomas Ayre (d. 1758). Owned 1804 by Anne Ayre. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. GARENDON lei Garendon Hall Phillipps 1736+ Granted after the dissolution to the Duke of Rutland. Bought by Sir Ambrose Phillipps (d. 1737) in 1683. Rebuilt ca. 1720. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1804 by Thomas March Phillipps. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 274. GOADBY MARWOOD lei Goadby Hall Heron - Brudenell - Pippin - Sibley 1750+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Sibley family from 1787. VCH. GODEBY lei Godeby Grange Villiers - Lowe - Wyche - Manners 1630+ Built by Sir George Villiers. Owned by Villiers to 1669. Then Henry Lowe. Bought by Peter Wyche who rebuilt the house ca. 1740. Owned by Edward Manners, Duke of Rutland in 1795. Nichols, Leicestershire. GOPSALL lei Gopsall Hall Westley - Jennens - Curzon - Howe 1765 Built by Alderman Westly; then Jennens; then Curzon. Owned by Richard William Penn Curzon Howe, Earl Howe J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Large library - cat. compiled by Rev Arthur Bedford in Bodley. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 280. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 66. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. J. Nicholas, History, IV,ii, 1811, 857. GRACE DIEU lei Grace Dieu Manor Beaumont - Phillipps 1750+ Owned by Ambrose Phillipps de Lisle; built new house 1834 designed by Railton. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 74. GRANTHAM lei Belvoir Castle

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Manners 1801 Dukes of Rutland.Over 7000 vols - White's Directory of Leicestershire, 1846. Fire in 1816. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Nichols, 1795, II. I. Eller, The History of Belvoir Castle. London, 1841. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 61. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1880. S. Jones, Views, 1929. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. C.J.R. Manners. Belvoir Castle. Derby: English Life, [1955]; [1957]. [Anon] Belvoir Castle. Derby: English Life, 1985.. GROBY lei Manor House Grey 1580+ Built by Thomas Grey (cp. Bradgate). N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. GUMLEY lei Gumley Hall Cradock - Cradock-Hartopp 1765+ Built by Joseph Cradock, FSA., friend of Dr Johnson. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, II,ii, 1798, 589; III,ii, 1804, 1127. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 286. HUMBERSTONE lei Humberstone Manor Hastings - Sutton - Pochin 1620+ Henry Hastings (d. 1629); owned by William Pochin 1750. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. HUSBANDS BOSWORTH lei Husbands Bosworth Hall Smith - Fortescue - Turvile 1792+ Old hall still standing in 1795. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, II,ii, 1798, 463. KIBWORTH HARCOURT lei The Old House Parker 1678 Built by William Parker (d. 1699). Nichols, Leicestershire. KIRKBY MALLORY lei Kirkby Hall Noel 1720+ Owned by the Noels, Viscounts Wentworth, since 1640. Rebuilt 1780+. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 771. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 157. KNIGHTON lei Knighton Hall Cradock - Hartopp 1710+ Now part of Leicester University. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1807 by Edmund Cradock Hartopp. Nichols, Leicestershire. LANGLEY lei Langley Hall [Priory] Gray - Cheslyn 1690+ Orig. Langley Priory. Sold by Gray to Richard Cheslyn (d. 1717) in 1686. Owned 1804 by Richard Cheslyn (b. 1771). Nichols, Leicestershire. LAUNDE lei Launde Abbey Cromwell - Halford - Clarke 1550+ Built on site of Augustinian priory. Remodelled ca. 1678. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. William Halford 1611. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,i, 1800, 301. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 289. LINDLEY lei Lindley Hall Herdwike - Burton - Bracebridge - Heming 1620+ Owned by John Herdwicke; William Burton; 1807 by Rev Samuel Bracebridge Heming. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 647. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 292. LOCKINGTON lei Lockington Hall Story 1680+ Remodelled ca. 1800. Owned by Philip Story. Enlarged 1850. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, III,ii, 1804, 875. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 94. LODDINGTON lei Loddington Hall Morris 1680+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1779 by Charles Morris (d. 1798). J. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 1135. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 294. LONG WHATTON lei Whatton Hall Gordon - Dawson 1802 N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Burned 1876. Rebuilt. Owned 1804 by Edward Dawson. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 1103. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, III, 1826. LOUGHBOROUGH lei Prestwold Hall Skipwith - Packe 1730? Sir Christopher Packe was Lord Mayor of London in 1655. Packes since ca. 1680. Remodelled in 1843. Owned by Charles James Packe in 1843. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Still owned by family. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,i, 1800, 355. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 23. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 305. LOWESBY lei Lowesby Hall

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Ashby - Woollaston 1730+ Woollaston family since ca. 1660. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 62. Country Life, 37, 1915, 626. LUBBENHAM lei Manor House Brooke - Crewe - Wright 1580+ Partly demolished in 1774. Nichols, Leicestershire. LUBBENHAM lei Papillon Hall Papillon 1670+ Built by David Papillon (d. 1675). Nichols, Leicestershire. MARKET BOSWORTH lei Bosworth Hall Dixie - Pochin 1750+ Owned by Dixie family since Tudor times. Passed to Mrs Pochin, widow of George Pochin ca. 1800. Nichols, Leicestershire. MARKET HARBOROUGH lei Langton Hall Ord 1553 Numerous owners since 1553. Owned by Rev. James Ord in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MEDBOURNE lei Manor House Chaworth - Payne 1670+ In fact with medieval traces. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. NEWBOLD VERDON lei Newbold Hall Crewe - Montague - Cradock-Hartopp 1725+ Bought 1625 by Sir Thomas Crewe; James Montague (d. 1748) 1721. Sir Edmund Cradock-Hartopp ca. 1800. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols NEWTOWN LINFORD lei Bradgate House Grey 1500+ Built by Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset. Enlarged 17 cent. Abandoned after 1739. Ruined. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. J. Nichols, History, III,ii, 1804, 661. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 118. NOSELEY lei Noseley Hall Hazlerigg 1720+ Built by Sir Robert Hazlerigg (d. 1721). Remodelled ca. 1810. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. The Hall has plans. VCH. J. Nichols, History, II,ii, 1798, 749; III,ii, 1804, 1127. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 299. ORTON-ON-THE-HILL lei Orton Hall Bradshaw - Steele - Perkins 1780+ Bought by John Steele (d. 1675) in 1660+. Passed by marriage to Rev John Perkins. Owned by Samuel Steele Perkins 18009. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, IV,ii, 1811, 847. POTTERS MARSTON lei Potters Marston Hall Plumbe - Boothby - Hartopp - Hartopp-Wigley med Owned by Richard Boothby 1630; Edward Hartopp 1776. Remodelled 18 cent. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. T.H. Fosbrooke, Potters Marston. Leicester, 1922. QUENBY lei Quenby Hall Ashby 1620+ Built by George Ashby. Remodelled by Shuckburgh Ashby in 1767+. Library. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,i, 1800, 296. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 307. Contents sold Oct 23-25, 1972. G. De Lisle. Quenby Hall. Derby: English Life, 1977. QUORNDON lei Quorn Hall Farnham 1680+ Owned 1800 by Edward Farnham. Now part of the University. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,i, 1798, 101. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 309. RAGDALE lei Ragdale Hall Shirley 1580+ Altered 1629 by Sir Henry Shirley. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1800 by Robert Shirley, Earl Ferrers - let to a Mr Henton. A.H. Thompson, Ragdale Old Hall. [Leicester, 1927?] Country Life, 19, 1906, 126. Nichols, III,i, 1800, 386. RAVENSTONE lei Ravenstone Hall Creswell 1725+ Built by Robert Creswell. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. ROLLESTON lei Rolleston Hall Greene 1750+ Built by Richard Greene (d. 1781). Ownmed in 1795 by Rev Henry Greene. Nichols, Leicestershire, II,ii, 1798, 443. SCRAPTOFT lei Scraptoft Hall

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Wigley 1723+ Built by James Wigley ca. 1723. 1765 Hartopp-Wigley. Let in 19 cent. Student residence. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 1128. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 312. SHENTON lei Shenton Hall Wollaston 1629+ Built by William Wollaston. Remodelled ca. 1780. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. In 1807 owned by Frederick W. Wollaston. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 180 Nichols, IV,ii, 1811, 526. SKEFFINGTON lei Skeffington Hall Skeffington 1620+ Skeffington family (with name changes) to 1800, when owned by Sir William Charles Farrell Skeffington. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, III,i, 1800, 429; ii, 1804, 1136. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 207. STANFORD lei Stanford Hall Cave 1697+ Built by Sir Roger Cave. Cave family since 1500. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned 1792 by Sir Thomas Cave (d. 1792). [Anon] Stanford Hall. Derby, [1958]. J. Nichols, IV,i, 1807, 350. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 179. STAPLEFORD lei Stapleford Park Sherard 1633+ Enlarged 1680+. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 16. Nichols, III,ii, 1804. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 147. STAUNTON HAROLD lei Staunton Harold Hall Shirley 1700+ Remodelled 1700 by 1st Earl Ferrers; 1763 by 5th Earl. Jacobean origin. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned by Robert Shirley, Earl Ferrers in 1804. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804. J. Kip, I, 1715. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 231. STOUGHTON lei Stoughton Grange Beaumont - Keck 1700+ Owned by the Beaumonts 1630-1775. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 1129. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 319. SWITHLAND lei Swithland Hall Danvers - Butler 1800? Danvers family from 1620. Home of the Earls of Lanesborough. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, London, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire, IIIii, 1804, 1047. Large library. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 202. Contents sold Oct 16-17, 1978. THURCASTON lei Latymer House Grosvenor 1568 Built by Nicholas Grosvenor. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. THURLASTON lei Thurlaston Hall Turville 1610? Demolished. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. WANLIP lei Wanlip Hall Palmer - Hudson 1768 Bought by William Palmer ca. 1635. Owned 1804 by Sir Charles G. Hudson. Nichols, Leicestershire, III,ii, 1804, 1095. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 97. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 322. WESTCOTES lei Danet's Hall Danet - Watts - Unwin - Powell - Bentley - Alexander 1620+ Built by John Danet (d. 1628) - also spelled Danett. Owned by Edward Alexander, M.D., 1804. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 570. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 262. WESTCOTES lei Westcotes House Ruding 1730 Owned 1807 by Walter Ruding. Nichols, Leicestershire, IV,ii, 1811, 565. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 324. WISTOW lei Wistow Hall Halford 1641 Owned by Sir William Halford (d. 1766); Sir Charles Halford (d. 1780); owned then by Feilding, Earl of Denbigh. Owned by Sir Henry Halford in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Nichols, Leicestershire. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 107. J. Throsby, Views, 1789, 187. WITHERLEY lei Ansley Hall Ludford 1580+ Owned by Ludford family since medieval times. Owned in 1810 by John N. Ludofrd. Nichols, Leicestershire. WYMONDHAM lei Manor House Sedley - Ellys - Dashwood 1700+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Owned by Sir Charles Sedley (d. 1701). Nichols, Leicestershire.

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LINCOLNSHIRE BARROW-UPON-HUMBER lin Barrow Hall Lamb - Crowle - Uppleby 1777 Old house demolished. Built by George Uppleby. Passed from Crowles to Uppleby ca. 1720. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 219. BELTON lin Belton House Brownlow - Cust 1600? Rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in 1685-89. The Brownlow seat until ca. 1750 when the house passed to the Custs by marriage. The last Brownlow was Lord Tyrconnel. Owned by John Cust, Earl Brownlow in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. Family archives in Lincolnshire RO. Includes a 1748 catalogue of Lord Tyrconnel's books. Books at Belton include collections made by Charles Woodward (17 c) and John Hall, Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge (17 c). W. Angus, Seats, 1787. BELTON lin Temple Belwood Vavasour - Ryther - Popplewell - Johnson med Belonged to the Knights Templar. Owned by Henry Vavasour. Numerous changes on ownership. Rebuilt by William Johnson in 1787. Ruined. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. BLANKNEY lin Blankney Hall Thorold - Chaplin 1720+ Extended in the 19 cent. Bought in 1719 by Thomas Chaplin - Chaplins of Tathwell. Demolished 1960. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. BOURNE lin Grimsthorpe Castle Bertie 1576 Owned by Peregrine Bertie, Lord Willoughby de Eresby (d. 1601). Rebuilt by Vanbrugh in 1723. Origins go back to Henry III. Owned by Peter Burrell, Lord Gwydir in 1819. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 57. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BROUGHTON lin Manby Hall Anderson 1770+ Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. BURTON-BY-LINCOLN lin Burton Hall Monson 1610+ Built by Sir Thomas Monson. Rebuilt partially by John, 2nd Lord Monson in 1769. Large library with MSS. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 226. CAENBY lin Caenby Hall Tournay - Monck med Built ca. 1750. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. DODDINGTON lin Doddington Hall Tailor - Jarvis 1580 Built by Thomas Tailor. Owned 1852 by George K. Jarvis. E.M. Sympson, Memorials of Old Lincolnshire, 1911, 280. [Anon] Doddington Hall. Derby: English Life, 1976. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 151. DUNHOLME lin Dunholme Manor House Grantham - Hussey - Anderson - Borneford 1550+ After William Anderson ca. 1720 the estate passed to the Bornefords. The Morris family owned it from 1797 to 1858. Then owned by the Tonge family. Neglected. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. EASTON lin Easton Hall Cholmeley 1600+ Acquired by Sir Henry Cholmeley in 1606. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 18. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 73. ELSHAM lin Elsham Hall Brandon - Oldfield - Thompson - Corbett 1620+ Granted to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, ca. 1550. Sir John Oldfield. Sold to Thompson family. 1788 passed to Thomas Corbett. Owned 1852 by Thomas G. Corbett, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 267. GATE BURTON lin Gate Burton Hall Hutton 1761 Built by Thomas Hutton. Owned 1852 by William Hutton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 35. GAUTBY lin Gautby Hall Sherard - Vyner 1720+ Some rebuilding ca, 1805. Demolished in 1874. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, IV. GREAT STURTON lin Stourton Hall Dighton - Fynes - Livesey 1810+ Older house rebuilt by Joseph Livesey. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I.

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HACKTHORN lin Hackthorn Old Hall Cracroft 1720+ Rebuilt 1790+ by John Cracroft (1748-1821). Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 13. HAGNABY lin Hagnaby Priory [Hall] Coltman 1790+ Built by Thomas Coltman. Bought from the Earl of Oxford by the Coltmans in 1713. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. HAINTON lin Hainton Hall Heneage 1638+ Present house replaced earlier manorial one. Major remodelling in 1807. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. HARLAXTON lin Harlaxton Manor Gregory 1600? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 92. Contents sold June 28-30, 1937. HORNCASTLE lin Scrivelsby Court Dymoke 1600+ Destroyed by fire in 1761. Replaced with a Gothic pile; now ruined. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 188. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 247. IRNHAM lin Irnham Hall Clifford 1530? Built by Richard Thimelby. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, II, 1818. KESTEVEN lin Denton House Wyvill - Welby 1650? Wyvill family since 15c. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. KETTLETHORPE lin Kettlethorpe Hall Swynford - Amcotts 1750+ Demolished ca. 1850. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. LANGTON lin Langton Hall Langton med Early hall burned in 1405. New house built ca. 1590 (known to Samuel Johnson). Abandoned in 19 cent. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. [Anon] Langton Hall. Derby: English Life, 1977; 1982. LEA lin Lea Hall Anderson med Rebuilt 18 cent. with additions in 1803. Abandoned. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. LINCOLN lin St Katherine's Hall Brandon - Grantham - Manby 1600+ Built by Vincent Grantham. Neglected after ca. 1763. Nothing remains. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. LOUTH lin Kenwick Hall Allenby 1750+ Destroyed by bombing. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. NORTH WILLINGHAM lin Willingham House Tenturier - Boucherett 1790 Demolished 1976. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. NORTHORPE lin Northorpe Hall Monson - Peacock 1580+ Abandoned. Tenanted by the Peacock family ca. 1750-ca. 1850. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. RIBY lin Riby Grove Heneage - Sedgewick - Tailor - Tomline - Pretyman 1750+ Demolished 1935. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 70. SCREMBY lin Scremby Hall Newcomen - Moody - Brackenbury 1670+ Old house rebuilt ca. 1720 by the Moodys. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. SLEAFORD lin Haverholme Priory Shaw - Gordon - Hatton med Early house extended in 1788 by Sir Jenison Gordon. Remodelled 1835. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. SOMERBY lin Somerby Hall

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Cumberworth - Rosseter - Weston 1660 Built by Sir Edward Rosseter. His inventory (mentioning his library) survives (1669). Remodelled by Carr 1768+. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. SOUTH COCKERINGTON lin Cockerington Hall Vavasour - Scrope 1720+ Neglected early 19 cent. Demolished in 1926. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. STAMFORD lin Uffington House Bertie 1686+ There was a substantial house there when the estate was bought by Charles Bertie in 1673. Destroyed by fire in 1904. SUDBROOKE lin Sudbrooke Holme Grantham - Howe - Beresford - Buckworth - Ellison 1750+ Passed from the Granthams to George Howe in 1618; sold to Christopher Beresford 1629. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. SYSTON lin Syston Hall Thorold 1769+ Built by Sir John Thorold, 8th Bart. Demolished in 1928. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. TEALBY lin Bayons Manor D'Eyncourt 1790+ Altered ca. 1832. Large library. Abandoned. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, III. Owned 1852 by Charles T. D'Eyncourt, MP. In the D'Eyncourt family since 14 cent. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 236-41. THONOCK lin Thonock Hall Hickman - Bacon 1760+ Added to in 1790. Inherited in 1827 by Henry Bacon. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 45. TUPHOLME lin Tupholme Hall Vyner 1720? Owned by the Vyners of Gautby. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, IV. WALMSGATE lin Walmsgate Hall Skipwith - Lister - Yorke 1824+ Built by James Whiting Yorke. Demolished. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 8. WRAGBY lin Goltho Hall Grantham - Mainwaring 1750+ Neglected after 1812. Leach & Pacey, Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses, II. MIDDLESEX ACTON msx Berrymead Priory Trevor - Savile - Pierrepont - Fellowes - Ord - Fisher 1620? Acquired 1661 by Sir John Trevor. In 1688 owned by George Savile, Marquess of Halifax (d. 1695). Bought by Evelyn Pierrepont, Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull (d. 1726) in 1708. Sold 1740 to Dorothy Fellowes; Henry Ord; 1758 Thomas Fisher; 1787 Thomas Whitmore. Numerous owners after 1800, including Edweard Bulwer Lytton. VCH Middlesex. CHISWICK msx Chiswick House Boyle - Cavendish 1729 Orig. house pulled down in 1688. Built by Richard, the last Earl of Burlington. Then passed to the Duke of Devonshire. Owned by William Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. English Heritage. J. Charlton, History, 1958. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. R. Havell, Views, 1823. CHISWICK msx Grove House Barker - d'Auverquerque - Eliott - Morice - Lowth 1610+ Built by Thomas Barker (d. 1630); Henry barker (d. 1745) was the last Barker. Henry d'Auverquerque, Earl of Grantham (d. 1754); 1772 bought by Humphry Morice (d. 1785). Ca. 1810 passed to Robert Lowth (d. 1822), Canon of St Paul's. VCH Middlesex. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. EALING msx Osterley Park Child 1756 Sir Thomas Gresham (1577+); numerous owners until passed to Child family (Francis Child, d. 1763);then Fairfax family. John F. Bennet, FLA Thesis. 1976. National Trust. VCH Middlesex. Cat. (priv. ptd.) 1771 - N & Q 1885, xii, 45. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 211. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. The Library dates from 1766-73. Designed by Robert Adam. None of the original books survive. Ward-Jackson, Peter. Osterley Park. Victoria & Albert Museum, 1953; repr. 1970. EALING msx Pitzhanger Manor House Gurnell - Soane - Mackay 1770+

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Built by Thomas Gurnell, designed by George Dance. Sold 1799 to Sir John Soane who rebuilt the house ca. 1801. Sold 1832 to Eric Mackay, Lord Reay (d. 1847). VCH Middlesex. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1808. Country Life, 45, 1919, 211. EDGEWARE msx Cannons Hallett 1747 Built by William Hallett - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 86. Contents sold June 16+, 1747. EDGWARE msx Edgware Place Lindsay - Day 1803 Built by John Lindsay MP. Passed to Charles Day (od Day & Martin the bottblacking firm). Demolished 1845. VCH Middlesex. ENFIELD msx Enfield House Tiptoft 1460+ Built by John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester (d. 1470) - then known as Worcester's manor. Library in 1568 - Bodley MS. Rawl.A.195c. ff. 243-51. Demolished in 1660. VCH Middlesex. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 90. ENFIELD msx Forty Hall Raynton - Wolstenholme 1629+ Built by Sir Nicholas Raynton. Altered ca. 1708 by Wolstenholme family. VCH Middlesex. GREAT STANMORE msx Manor House Burnell - Walcot 1580+ Built by John Burnell (d. 1605). Altered ca. 1760 and ca. 1810. Owned 1734 by Humphrey Walcot. Demolsied 1930. VCH Middlesex. GUNNERSBURY msx Gunnersbury House Maynard - Hobart - Furnese - Ironside - Stirling 1620? Acquired by Sir John Maynard in 1656 (d. 1690); John Hobart (d. 1756). Owned by Princess Amelia (d. 1786) daughter of George II. Bought 1788 by Col. Gilbert Ironside; passed in 1792 to Walter Stirling. Demolished ca. 1800. VCH Middlesex. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 86. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715. HACKNEY msx Balmes House Whitmore 1545+ Rebuilt 1635 by Sir George Whitmore. Became lunatic asylum in 1794. Demolished 1853. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx Frognal Grove Montagu - Richards 1750? Designed by Henry Flitcroft. Edward Montagu, 1772-94; Richard Richards, 1810-13. J.J. Park, Hampstead, 1818, pp. 337-9. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx Frognal Hall Guyon - Arden 1760? Stephen Guyon (d. 1779); Sir Richard P. Arden (d. 1804). J.J. Park, Hampstead, 1818, pp. 341, 355. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx Frognal Manor Grant - Longman - Kerrison - Husband 1620+ Reconverted to single house 1783. Rev Charles Grant, 1785-1803; Thomas N. Longman, 1804-17; Robert M. Kerrison, 1834-41; Matthew T. Husband, 1842-81. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx Frognal Priory Thompson - Gregory 1818? Memory Thompson (d. 1843). Passed to Barnard Gregory (d. 1852). F.M.L. Thompson, Hampstead, 1974. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx West End Hall Walpole - Miles 1780? Richard Walpole MP, 1796-1807; Lord Walpole, 1807-15; John Miles, 1815-89. VCH Middlesex. HAMPSTEAD msx West End House Beckford - Headfort - Cavendish 1774 Maria Beckford, 1796-1810; Marchioness of Headfort, 1815-25; Henry F.C. Cavendish, 1842. VCH Middlesex. HAMPTON msx Hampton House Primatt - Garrick 1710+ Bought from Lacy Primatt by David Garrick in 1754. The Roubiliac statue of Shakespeare was here till it went to the BM. Mrs Garrick lived there till her death in 1822. VCH Middlesex. Also known as Garrick's Villa. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. HANWELL msx Hanwell Park Sharpe 1820? Owned 1854 by Benjamin Sharpe. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 86. HAREFIELD msx Breakspears

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Ashby - Partridge 1480? In the Ashby family since 1447 (George Ashby). 1817 passed to Joseph Ashby Partridge (d. 1857). Rebuilt ca. 1690. Old people's home since 1959. VCH Middlesex. HAREFIELD msx Harefield Lodge Parker - Newdegate 1786 Built by Charles Parker (=Charles Nedigate Newdegate). Ruined 1813. Now a maternity home. VCH Middlesex. HEADSTONE msx Manor House Williams - Bucknell 1580+ Sold in 1649 to William Williams; 1671 to Sir William Bucknell. Bucknell family to 1823. VCH Middlesex. HENDON msx Hendon House Rawlinson - Earle 1580+ Owned by Sir William Rawlinson (d. 1703); Giles Earle (d. 1759). Rebuilt ca. 1810. Demolished 1909. VCH Middlesex. HENDON msx Hendon Place Herbert - Fortescue - Aislabie - Abbott med Built in 1326. Owned by the Herbert family to 1592, then Sir John Fortescue (as tenant). Owned by John Aislabie (d. 1742); John Abbott, Lord Tenterden (d. 1870) who renamed it Tenterden Hall. Demolished 1936. VCH Middlesex. HENDON msx Highwood House Anderson - Raffles 1817+ Built by William Anderson. Owned by Sir Stamford Raffles (1825) and by his widow from 1826 to 1858. Now a nursing home. VCH Middlesex. HIGHBURY msx Highbury House Dawes - Devaynes - Aubert - Bentley - Felton - Gostling 1781 Built by John Dawes on site of old manor house. Passed to John Dawes (d. 1822). Bought 1789 by William Devaynes, MP. 1797 sold to Alexander Aubert (d. 1805); John Bentley; 1815 Robert Felton. By 1835 owned by John Gostling. Demolished 1938. VCH Middlesex. HIGHGATE msx Arundel House Cornwallis - Howard 1588 Built by William Cornwallis. Sold to Thomas Howard, earl of Arundel (d. 1646). Francis Bacon died here in 1626. Demolished ca. 1690. VCH Middlesex. HIGHGATE msx Lauderdale House Maitland - Pritchard - Uthwatt - Knapp 1590+ Altered by John Maitland, Earl of Lauderdale ca. 1662. Bought by Sir William Pritchard, Lord Mayor (d. 1705). Passed to Uthwatt family; in 1757 to Knapp family. Owned by Knapps to 1865. VCH Middlesex. HILLINGDON msx Hillingdon Place Walker - Greenwood - Drake 1775? Built by Adm Sir Francis W. Drake. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 130. ICKENHAM msx Swakeleys Wright - Harrington - Vyner - Lethieullier - Clarke 1630+ Original house built by Sir Edmund Wright ca. 1630 - he was Lord Mayor. Wright's daughter Catherine married Sir James Harrington. Passed ca. 1665 to Sir Robert Vyner (d. 1688). Sold in 1741 to Lethieullier family; 1751 to Rev. Thomas Clarke, Vicar of Ickenham. Clarke family to 20 cent. VCH Middlesex. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 121. ISLEWORTH msx Syon House Seymour - Percy - Smithson 1550+ Original Abbey granted 1539 to Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (1506?-1552). Rebuilt by Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland 1594 (1564-1632). Remodelled 1604. Passed to Charles Seymour (d. 1748). Sir Hugh Smithson 1st Duke of Northumberland 1750. Remodelled by Adam brothers. Altered 1824 by 3rd Duke of Northyumberland (d. 1847). J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 182. [Anon] Syon House. Derby: English Life, 1992. KENSINGTON msx Holland House Rich - Cope - Fox 1607+ MS. cat. by Elizabeth, Lady Holland (1810?) - BL MS Add. 51629. Destroyed in World War 2. Owned by Henry Richard Vassall Fox, Lord Holland - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. D. Hudson, Holland House. London, 1967. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 67. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. Library sold July 10, 1947. LALEHAM msx Laleham House Bingham 1805+ Bought in 1803 by Richard Bingham, 2nd Earl of Lucan. In the family to 20 century. VCH Middlesex. Contents sold Nov 27-29, 1922. LITTLE STANMORE msx Canons Lake - Brydges - Temple 1500+ Three times rebuilt. Bought by Sir Thomas Lake (d. 1630), Secretary of State. Lancelot Lake 1654. Bought 1709 by

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James Brydges (= Lord Chandos). Passed to Temple family (Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos). VCH Middlesex. MILL HILL msx Ridgeway House Collinson - Salisbury 1720+ Owned by Peter Collinson (d. 1768), naturalist; Richard A. Salisbury (d. 1829), botanist. Taken over by Mill Hill School in 1807. Demolished 1825. VCH Middlesex. SHEPPERTON msx Manor House Reynell - Spiller - Geast - Scott 1620+ Built by Sir George Reynell (d. 1628). Thomas Reynell (d. 1670). Passed to his brother Henry Reynell Spiller. Sold 1741 to Trustees of Penelope Stratford, who married Richard Geast (=Richard Dugdale). Sold 1811 to Thomas Scott (d. 1816). Rebuilt 1830 by James Scott. VCH Middlesex. SOUTHALL msx Manor House Awsiter - Welch 1587+ Built by Richard Awsiter. Derelict by 1821. Restored by William Welch 1847+. Owned by Southall Borough Council. VCH Middlesex. Awsiter family to 1821. SOUTHGATE msx Arnos Grove Colebrooke - Walker 1750? Large Library. Owned by Isaac Walker. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. STOKE NEWINGTON msx Fleetwood House Hartopp - Fleetwood - Gould - Perrot - Robley - Freshfield 1634+ Built by Sir Edward Hartopp (d. 1658). In 1664 his widow Mary married Charles Fleetwood (d. 1692). Passed from Hartopps to Sir Nathaniel Gould (d. 1728); Elizabeth Gould (d. 1763); John Gould 1752. Sold to George Perrot (d. 1780); 1797 John Robley; 1824 George Robley. Sold 1827 to James W. Freshfield. Demolished 1872. SUNBURY msx Sunbury House Hudson 1712 Built by Sir Roger Hudson. Demolished ca. 1900. VCH Middlesex. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. TOTTENHAM msx Bruce Castle Hare - Townsend - Smith - Lee - Eardley - Ede 1680+ Hare family, Barons Coleraine, to 18 cent. Townsend family from ca. 1780. Bought 1792 by Thomas Smith, who sold to Ayton Lee. Bought 1804 by John Eardley. 1813 John Ede. A school from 1827. VCH Middlesex. WESTMINSTER msx Norfolk House Howard 1780? The London house of the Duke of Norfolk. Archives at Arundel Castle. MS cat. 1820, 1833, 1842, 1844. NORTHUMBERLAND ALNWICK nob Alnwick Castle Percy med Acquired by the Duke of Northumberland in 1750. Owned by Hugh Percy, Duke of Northumberland - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Large library. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1880. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 78. Jones, Views, I, 1829. P. Sandby, Select Views, I, 1783. [Anon] A Description of Alnwick Castle, 1851. [Anon] Alnwick Castle. Derby: English Life, 1994. ALNWICK nob Howick Hall Grey med Home of the Grey family since medieval times. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1880. ALNWICK nob Lilburn Tower Collingwood 1720? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 138. BELSAY nob Belsay Castle Middleton - Monck med Much rebuilding by Sir Charles Miles Lambert Monck - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. S. Jones, Views, 1829. CAMBO nob Wallington Hall Trevelyan 1688 National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 51. CAPHEATON nob Capheaton Hall Swinburne med In the Swinburne family since medieval times. Owned by Sir John Edward Swinburne - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. S. Jones, Views, 1829. CARHAM nob Carham Hall Forster - Compton 1700? Formerly the estate of the Forster family. Owned by Anthony Compton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. FELTON nob Felton Hall

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Scrope - Syle - Widdrington - Riddell 1570? Passed to Riddell family 1836. Owned 1854 by Thomas Riddell, High Sherriff of Northamptonshire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 200. HALTWHISTLE nob Blenkinsopp Hall Blenkinsopp - Coulson 1690? Jane Blenkinsopp married William Coulson 1727. Owned 1852 by John Blenkinsopp Coulson. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 44. HETTON nob Hetton Hall Carr - Wilkie - Burrell - Fearnley 1580? Owned by Rev Matthew Burrell (1830). Bought by Fairfax Fearnley. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 185. MORPETH nob Meldon Park Radclyffe - Cookson 1832 Complex history. Between 1716 and 1832 belonged to the Greenwich Hospital trust. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 242. TUDHOE nob Tudhoe Hall Salvin 1600+ In the Salvin family from ca. 1629 to 1926. Built ca. 1600; extended by Ralph Salvin 1666+. Ralph Salvin (d. 1705), and Ralph (d. 1729). www.dur.ac.uk/~dch0jmh/tudhoe/ WHITFIELD nob Whitfield Hall Whitfield - Ord 1660+ Owned by the Whitfields to 1750; sold to William Ord, who rebuilt the house in 1785. Owned by William Ord in 1852. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 212. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 212. WHITTINGHAM nob Callaly Castle Clavering 1450+ Owned by Claverings since medieval times. Owned 1854 by Edward J. Clavering. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 12. WOOLER nob Chillingham Castle Bennet 1680? In the Bennet family since Elizabethan times. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. The Bennets were Earls of Tankerville. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 67. Sale April 11-14, 1932 - [books?] NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ? noh Fermyn Woods Hall Laud - Robinson - Smith 1520? Place as yet unidentified. Once owned by Archb. Laud; Sir John Robinson; and the Earl of Upper Ossory. Originally "Farming Woods". J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 123. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, III, 1826. ABINGTON noh Abington Abbey Bernard - Thursby 1550+ Passed from Bernard family to William Thursby in 1673. Owned by John Hervey Thursby - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. ALDWINCLE noh Lyveden Manor House Tresham - Gowran 1596+ Built by Sir Thomas Tresham (d. 1605). By 1670 occupied by the heir of the Earl of Sandwich. Bought by Lady Gowran ca. 1720; inherited by 2nd Lord Gowran. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. ALTHORP noh Althorp House Spencer 1688+ Seat of the Spencer family since Henry VII. Manchester University. Numerous MS catalogues in BL. See Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991, pp. 34-5. Large library. Neale, Views, III, 1820. Jones, Views, I, 1829. J. Bridges, Northamptonshire, I, 1790, 480. APETHORPE noh Apethorpe Hall Mildmay - Fane 1580+ Built by Sir Walter Mildmay (who built Emmanuel College in 1584). In the Fane family since 1624. Owned by John Fane, Earl of Westmorland - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. MS cat. ca. 1700 BL Add. 34220. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 96. Jones, Views, 1829.wuse chtemp AYNHO noh Aynho Cartwright 1645+ Old house burned in the Civil War. Enlarged by Thomas cartwright ca. 1705. Owned by William Ralph Cartwright,

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M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. E.I. Musgrave. Aynhoe Park. Derby: English Life, [1953]. J.A. Gotch, Halls of Northamptonshire, 1936, 93. Earlier spelling is Aynhoe. BELLINGHAM noh Hesleyside Charlton 1631+ Remodelled 1713. Twice burned down. Rebuilt ca. 1800. In the Charlton family since ca. 1645. Owned by William J. Charlton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BILLING noh Billing Hall O'Brien - Cavendish - Elwes 1600? Owned by Sir Barnabus O'Brien, 6th Earl of Thomond, 1639 (d. 1657). Bought 1776 by John Cavendish. Sold to Robert C. Elwes ca. 1810. Owned 1853 by Cary C. Elwes. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 229. BLATHERWYCKE noh Blatherwycke Park [Hall] Stafford 1713 Old hall abandoned and rebuilt 1713. In the Stafford family since medieval times. Owned 1853 by Augustus Stafford, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 43. BRADDEN noh Bradden House Fowler - Matthews - Ives 1600? Sold by Matthews family to Rev. W. Ives in 1677. Rebuilt by Cornelius Ives in 1819 - old house demolished. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 89. BRIXWORTH noh Brixworth Hall Saunders - Wright - Nichol - Wood 1665+ Owned by William Wood - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. BROCKHALL noh Brockhall Hall Tyrwhitt - Eyton - Thornton 1580+ Owned by the Tyrwhitt family since 1410. Passed from William Tyrwhitt to Laurence Eyton; rebuilt by Eyton family. Owned 1854 by Thomas R. Thornton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 242. CARLTON noh Carlton Hall Palmer 1760+ Built by Sir John Palmer, father of Sir Henry Palmer - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Large library. J. Bridges, Northamptonshire, II, 1791, 292. CASTLE ASHBY noh Castle Ashby Compton 1620+ Begun by Inigo Jones. Some survivals of the Elizabethan house. In the Compton family since Elizabethan times. Owned by Charles Compton, Marquess of Northampton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Large library from Elizabethan times. [Anon] A Short History of Castle Ashby, [1970?]. P.F. Robinson, History, 1841. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 25. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. CORBY noh Deene Park Brudenell med Home of the Brudenells since ca. 1531. Owned by Robert Brudenell, Earl of Cardigan - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Still owned by the family - Edmund Brudenell - who has restored the house. Joan Wake, The Brudenells of Deene. London, 1953. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 170.S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 37. [Anon] Deene Park. Derby: English Life, 1968. CORBY noh Great Oakley Hall De Capell - Brooke 1555 Built by Thomas Brooke (d. 1557). Numerous families associated with the estate. Owned by Sir Richard Brooke De Capell Brooke - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. S. Jones, Views, 1829. COURTEENHALL noh Courteenhall House Wake med J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 28. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. J.A. Gotch, Halls of Northamptonshire, 1936, 82. Owned 1854 by Sir Charles Wake, 10th Bart. Remodelled several times. DALLINGTON noh Dallington House [Hall] Jekyl - Blencowe - Spencer 1730? Owned by Sir Joseph Jekyl (b. 1662). Owned by John Charles Spencer, Viscount Althorpe, son of Earl Spencer - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J.A. Gotch, Squires' Homes, 1939, 34. DAVENTRY noh Welton House [Place] Clarke 1750+ Built by Joseph Clarke. Enlarged ca. 1810. Owned by John Plomer Clarke- J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DINGLEY noh Dingley Hall

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Griffin - Peach - Hungerford 1600? Griffin family to 1750. Thomas Peach (d. 1770). Passed to J. Hungerford. Owned 1854 by Henry H.H. Hungerford. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 120-1. J.A. Gotch, Halls of Northamptonshire, 1936, 33. Part of contents sold Sep. 2-5, 1924. ECTON noh Ecton Hall Sotheby 1600? MS notebooks of James Sotheby (d. 1720) and his descendants to 1882. J.A. Gotch, Squires' Homes, 1939, 30. Part of library sold July 24-25, 1924. FARTHINGTON noh Steane Park Bray - Sandys - Crewe - Churchill med Several changes on ownership. Acquired by Thomas Crewe (d. 1634). Nathaniel Crewe (d. 1721), Bishop of Durham, lived here for nearly 50 years. In 1744 bought by Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough. Soon abandoned and ruined. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. GRETTON noh Kirby Hall Stafford - Hatton 1580+ Built by Humphrey Stafford; sold to Sir Christopher Hatton (d. 1591) in 1576. Owned by George William Finch Hatton, Earl of Winchilsea & Nottingham - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. English Heritage. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. S. Jones, Views, 1829. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. HACKLETON noh Horton House [Hall] Parr - Salusbury - Lane - Montague - Gunning 1540+ Built by Sir William Parr. Bought by Sir Robert Gunning in 1781. Owned by Sir George William Gunning, M.P. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. Contents sold Sep 24-25, 1935. HARDINGSTONE noh Delapre Abbey Tate - Clarke - Bouverie 1750+ Owned by Edward Bouverie - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J. Wake & W.A. Pantin, Delapre Abbey. Northampton, 1959. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.A. Gotch, Halls, 1936, 73. HARDWICK noh Hardwick Manor House Seymour - Greene - Mordaunt - Nicholls med Passed from the Mordaunts to Thomas Nicholls in 1567. The last Nicholls Sir Edward Nicholls died in 1717. Ownership since then unclear. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. HARLESTON noh Harlestone House Andrewes 1750+ In the Andrewes family since 1600. Owned by Robert Andrewes - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. H. Repton, Fragments, 1816, 21. KELMARSH noh Kelmarsh Hall Hanbury 1620+ Bought in 1618 by Sir John Hanbury (d. 1575). Large library by 1721. Rebuilt by William Hanbury 1721. Owned by William Hanbury - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J. Bridges, Northamptonshire, II, 1791, 40. KETTERING noh Boughton House Montagu - Scot 1528 Built by Ralph, Duke of Montagu. Passed to Henry Scot, Duke of Buccleuch 1790. Owned by Elizabeth, Duchess of Buccleugh - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Still owned by family. C. Wise, The Montagus of Boughton. Kettering, 1888. Ms. inventory made in 1718 - typescript [1917] in house. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 91. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725; IV, 1739. S. Jones, Views, 1929. LAMPORT noh Lamport Hall Isham 1568+ Built by John Isham (d. 1596). In the Isham family since Elizabethan times. owned by Sir Justinian Isham - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Library refitted 1820. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. [Anon] Lamport Hall, [1974]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 10. J.A. Gotch, Halls, 1936, 57. LAXTON noh Laxton Hall Stafford - Evans 1760+ Orig. house disappeared. In the Stafford family (Lords Carbery). Remodelled ca. 1790. Large library. Owned by George Freke Evans - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 164. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LILFORD CUM WIGSTHORPE noh Lilford Hall Elmes - Powys 1630+ Built by William Elmes (d. 1641). Bought by Sir Thomas Powys in 1711. Family descends from Sir Thomas Powys of Lilford (1649-). Owned by Thomas Atherton Powys, Lord Lilford - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.A.

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Gotch, Halls of Northamptonshire, 1936, 36. LODDINGTON noh Loddington Hall Kynnesman - Syers - Allicocke 1560+ Remodelled by the Syers family ca. 1630. Purchased by the Allicockes in 1671 on the death of John Syers. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J.A. Gotch, Squires' Homes, 1939. LUFFWICK noh Drayton House Drayton - Greene - Mordaunt - Germain - Sackville 1580+ Much added to since Tudor times. Mordaunt family till Sir John German (d. 1718). Estate left to Lord George Sackville, Duke of Dorset. Owned by Charles Sackville Germain, Duke of Dorset - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 118. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Contents sold Nov. 18-19, 1926. MILTON noh Milton Hall Fitzwilliam 1530+ Owned by Charles William Fitzwilliam, Viscount Milton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.A. Gotch, Halls, 1936, 9. NEWTON noh Newton Manor House Tresham - Langham - Child - Montagu 1580+ Bought by Sir John Langham 1665+. Bought by Sir Caesar Child ca. 1700. Sold to John, Duke of Montagu 1715. Demolished 1716. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. NORTHAMPTON noh Upton Hall Knightley - Samwell 1530+ Built by Richard Knightley (d. 1534). Sold by Valentine Knightley to Sir William Samwell (d. 1628). Remodelled 1675+. Passed to Thomas Watson in 1789 - he died 1835. Watson took the name Samwell. Now a school. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. Contents sold May 7-9, 1946. NORTON noh Norton Hall Knightley - Breton - Botfield 1530+ Unchanged till 1801. Bought by Thomas Botfield ca. 1805; Beriah Botfield (d. 1813). Larhe library. Owned by Beriah Botfield's widow - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 11. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ORLINGBURY noh Orlingbury Hall Young 1706+ Built by Richard Young. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. J.A. Gotch, Squires' Homes, 1939, 22. OVERSTONE noh Overstone Park Lloyd 1750? Collected by John R. McCulloch (d. 1864). Bought by Samuel Lloyd, Baron Overstone in 1864. Books now at Reading University. POTTERSPURY noh Wakefield Lodge Fitzroy 1670 Granted in 1705 to Charles Fitzroy, 2nd Duke of Grafton. Remodelled 1747 - designed by Kent. Owned by George Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. S. Jones, Views, 1829. P. Sandby, Select Views, 1783. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. PYTCHLEY noh Pytchley Hall Isham - Lane - Washbourne - Knightley 1572+ Built by Eusebius Isham. Passed to the Lanes ca. 1626. Sold 1690+ to William Washbourne. Acquired by the Knightleys ca. 1720. Demolished in 1828. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. ROCKINGHAM noh Rockingham Castle Watson med A Royal Residence until Henry VIII. Then owned by the Watson family (since 1544). Owned by Lewis Richard Watson, Lord Sondes - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. C. Wise, Rockingham Castle and the Watsons. London, 1891. Country Life, 50, 1921, 44, 76, 102. ROTHWELL noh Glendon Hall Lane - Booth 1520+ Lane family till 1758; then John Booth. Owned by John Booth - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 150. S. Jones, Views, 1829. RUSHDEN noh Rushden Hall Pemberton - Ekins - Williams 1620+ Rebuilt by Lewis Pemberton (d. 1639). Sold to John Ekins ca. 1648. Sold in 1735 - let until 1820 when bought by Thomas Williams. Remodelled 1822. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. Country Life, 142, 1967, 591. RUSHTON noh Rushton Hall

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Tresham - Cockayne - Medlycott - Hope 1530+ Tresham family. Numerous subsequent families. Owned by Mrs Cockayne Medlycott - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. English Heritage. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 172. SOUTHWICK noh Southwick Hall Knyvet - Lynn - Capron med Sold to John Lynn (d. 1486). George Lynn rebuilt the house ca. 1575. Owned by George Lynn FSA. Acquired in 1840 by the Capron family, who still live there. Burke's Landed Gentry (1965), pp. 119-20. VCH Northamptonshire, III, 133. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. Country Life, 131, 1962, 1236, 1298, 1364. STAMFORD noh Burghley House Cecil 1570+ Built by William Cecil, Lord Burleigh. Owned by Brownlow Cecil, Marquess of Exeter - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J. Horn, A History. Shrewsbury, 1797. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848 . S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 65. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. V. Leatham. Burghley House. Derby: English Life, 1989. STOKE BRUERNE noh Stoke Bruerne Park Crane - Arundell - Vernon 1635 Built by Francis Crane. Contained a library by 1635. Crane died in 1636 and the house then passed to the descendants of Richard's sister Edith Arundell. Remodelled by Levison Vernon (d. 1831). J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. SULBY noh Sulby Hall Payne 1795+ Designed by John Soane. Library. Owned by George Payne - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. THENFORD noh Thenford House Woodhull 1765 Built by the bibliophile Michael Woodhull (d. 1816) on site of Elizabethan house. Library sold in 1886. N & Q, 1886,i,164. Country Life, 100, 1946, 624, 670. WICKEN noh Wicken Park Fitzroy 1703+ Owned by Lord Charles Fitzroy - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. WINWICK noh Winwick Manor House Andrews - Knightley - Craven 1565+ Built by Thomas Andrews (d. 1594). Passed to Knightleys ca. 1612. Acquired by William, Lord Craven. Demolished ca. 1760. J. Heward & R. Taylor, The Country Houses of Northamptonshire, 1996. NORFOLK ALDBOROUGH nor Aldborough Hall Gay 1750+ In the Gay family since 16 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ANMER nor Anmer Hall Coldham 1780+ In the Coldham family from ca. 1660 to 1896. Now part of the Sandringham estate. Formerly called Castle Hall or Bersford Hall. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ANMER nor Anmer Hall Norris - Cuthbert - Coldham med Remodelled 1790. Passed to Coldhams in 1678. Owned 1852 by Henry W. Coldham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 90. ASHBY ST MARY nor Ashby Hall Gilbert 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ASHWELLTHORPE nor Ashwellthorpe Hall Bouchier 1575+ Inherited by Sir Humphrey Bouchier ca. 1460. In Bouchier family to 1854. Owned 1854 by Lord Berners. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2n series, I, 1854, 83. ASLACTON nor Aslacton Hall Le Neve 1620+ Sir William Le Neve was Clarenceux King of Arms 1635-60. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

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AYLSHAM nor Abbot's Hall Peterson 1750+ Built by John Peterson. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. AYLSHAM nor West Lodge Townshend 1760+ Built by 3rd Viscount Townshend. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. AYLSHAM nor Woodgate House Soame 1726 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARMER nor Barmer Hall Kerslake 1808+ Built by Thomas Kerslake. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARNHAM BROOM nor Barnham Broom Hall Chamberlayne - Wodehouse 1450+ Sold by the Chamberlaynes to the Wodehouses of Kimberley in 1644. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. BARNINGHAM nor Barningham Hall Paston - Russell - Lane - Mott 1612 Remodelled 1805-07 by John Repton (Red Book in the house). Sold to William Russell ca. 1756; Thomas Mott, 1785 from Thomas Lane. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 13. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. BARTON BENDISH nor Barton Bendish Hall Hare - Berney 1620+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARTON TURF nor Barton Hall Norris - Preston 1743 Sold to the Prestons of Beeston in 1786. Built by Rev Stephen Norris, whose son Anthony was an antiquary. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARWICK nor Barwick House Glover - Hoste - Seymour 1740+ Owned 1757 by Robert Glover. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BAWBURGH nor Bawbugh Hall Jerningham 1634+ Part of the Costessey estate until 1925. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BAWDESWELL nor Bawdeswell Hall Eglinton - Jecks - Lloyd - Stoughton 1683 Built by Henry Eglinton and in the family till 1748 when bought by Thomas Jecks; then Richard Lloyd by marriage; then Rev James Stoughton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BAWDESWELL nor Beck Hall Curson - Coke 1600+ Sold to Sir Edward Coke in 1606. Occupied mid 16 cent. by Sir Henry Bedingfield. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BAYFIELD nor Bayfield Hall Yelverton - Jermy - Michell - Jodrell 1740+ Old house rebuilt ca. 1740. Bought 1766 by Elizabeth Jodrell. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BEDINGHAM nor Bedingham Hall Stanhaw - Stone 1620+ Passed to the Stones in 1659. Demolished 1830. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BEECHAMWELL nor Beechamwell Hall Harvey - Motteux - Cowper 1750+ Enlarged ca. 1800 by John Motteux. Burned 1903. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BEESTON REGIS nor Beeston Hall Greene - Cremer 1720+ Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BEESTON ST LAURENCE nor Beeston Hall Preston 1786 Preston family there since 16 cent. Rebuilt in 1786 by Jacob Preston. Owned by Lady Preston - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworth-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 115. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. BERGH APTON nor Bergh Apton Manor House

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Denny 1780+ The Dennys were here by 1517. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BERGH APTON nor Washingford House Cooke - Denny 1580+ Owned by the Cookes until an heiriess married Richard Denny in 1815. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BIXLEY nor Bixley Old Hall Ward 1550+ Built by Edward Ward (d. 1563). Rebuilt 1710+ by Sir Edward Ward, 4th Bart. Inherited by the Earls of Rosebery. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BLICKLING nor Blickling Hall Boleyne - Clere - Hobart - Harbord 1612+ Large library; ca. 12,000 vols remain. Rebuilt by Sir Henry Hobart, who acquired Blickling in 1619, between 1620 and 1625. The 5th Bart. was created Earl of Buckinghamshire in 1746 converted the Long Gallery into a library. He inherietd the private library of Sir Richard Ellys (d. 1742). Many of the rarities in the library were sold in 1932. Owned 1820 by William Asheton Harbord - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. National Trust. Altered 1765-85 by John Hobart, 2nd Earl of Buckinghamshire. Blickling passed in 1850 to the Lothian family, who retained it until 1940 when it was bequeathed to the National Trust. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 15. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 131. T. Garratt, Halls, 1890. [Anon] Blickling Hall. National Trust, 1982 (regularly updated). BLO' NORTON nor Blo' Norton Hall Brampton - Best - Browne - Goldson 1600+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BODNEY nor Bodney Hall Tasburgh 1600+ Demolished ca. 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BOOTON nor Booton Hall Layer 1600+ Sold by Christopher Layer to Peter Elwin 1713. Demolished ca. 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BOWTHORPE nor Bowthorpe Hall Yaxley - Brown - Yallop - Bacon 1570+ Sold by the Yaxleys to the Browns of Colney ca. 1640; Sir Robert Yallop ca. 1660. Modified 1700. Acquired ca. 1750 by the Bacons of Earlham. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRACON ASH nor Mergate Hall Kemp 1560+ In the Kemp family till 1936. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. BRAMERTON nor Bramerton Hall Blake 1830+ Built by John Blake. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRANDISTON nor Brandiston Hall Atthill 1647 Acquired by the Atthills in the 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRECCLES nor Breccles Hall Wodehouse - Gardner - Webb - Hewett - Hethersett 1583 Wodehouses were Catholic. Sir Robert gardner (1599); Wormley Hethersett (1695); then Taylors to 1832; then Kerrisons. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 21. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. BRININGHAM nor Briningham House Brereton 1838 Built by Rev Shovell Brereton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRINTON nor Brinton Hall Brereton 1822 In the Brereton family since 1700. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BROCKDISH nor Brockdish Grove Wythe 1672 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BROCKDISH nor Brockdish Hall Le Grys - Lawrence 1634+ The Lawrences there from 1610. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

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BROOKE nor Brooke Hall Holmes 1830 Built by Rev John Holmes. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 185. BROOME nor Broome Hall Shelton - Brome - Cooke - Fowles - Fowle-Middleton 1660? Demolished in 1825. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BUCKENHAM nor Quidenham Hall Bedingfield - Holland - Bristow - Keppel 1606+ Little remains of the Jacobean house. Various owners until ca. 1700. Sold to John Bristow 1740. Then passed to George, 3rd Earl of Albermarle in 1762. Owned by William Charles, Earl of Albemarle - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Kentworth-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 162. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 164. BUCKENHAM TOFTS nor Buckenham Tofts Hall Vincent - Partridge - Howard - Petre - Baring 1680+ Sold to Philip Howard ca. 1736. Altered by the Petres in 1803. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BUNGAY nor Ellingham Hall Beach - Johnson - Smith 1780+ Bought by Rev William Johnson (d. 1817) in 1799; left to Col. John Smith 1846. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BURLINGHAM ST PETER nor Burlingham Hall Burkin - Burroughes 1800+ Owned by the Burroughes family 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BURNHAM WESTGATE nor Westgate Hall Pitt 1783 Built by Thomas Pitt 1st Lord Camelford. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CAISTER nor Caister Castle Paston - Crow - Bedingfield med Acquired by the Pastons in 1459. In Paston family to 17 cent.; William Crow 1661; John Bedingfield 1787. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CAISTOR ST EDMUND nor Caistor Hall Dashwood 1780+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CAISTOR ST EDMUND nor Caistor Old Hall Pettus - Dashwood - Warren 1612 Bought by John Pettus in 1612. John Richard Dashwood 1772. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CANTLEY nor Cantley Manor Gilbert 1680+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CARBROOKE nor Carbrooke Hall Dewing 1720+ Enlarged ca. 1832. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CASTLE RISING nor Castle Rising Hall Howard 1560+ Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CATFIELD nor Catfield Hall Cubitt 1820+ Built by George Cubitt (d. 1835). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CATTON nor Catton Hall Ives - Morse 1780+ Built by Jeremiah Ives (d. 1820), Mayor of Norwich. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. CHEDGRAVE nor Chedgrave Manor Gilbert 1750+ The Gilbert family owned the house from 1634 to 1976. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CLEY nor Cley Hall Tomlinson - Hardy 1800+ Built by the Tomlinsons who sold to William hardy in 1839. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses,

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III, 1981. CLIPPESBY nor Clippesby House Muskett 1780+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 243. COCKLEY CLEY nor Cockley Cley Hall Dashwood - Buckworth 1698+ Replaced in 1870. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COCKTHORPE nor Cockthorpe Hall Calthorp 1614 Calthorps here since medieval times. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COLNEY nor Colney Hall Scott 1834 Built by Joseph Scott. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COSTESSEY nor Costessey Hall Jerningham 1564 Also known as Cossey Hall. Granted by Queen Mary to Sir Henry Jerningham. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 45. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, I, 1824. Contents sold Dec. 8-12, 1913. CROMER nor Cromer Hall Wyndham 1827 Built by George Thomas Wyndham. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CROXTON nor Croxton Park Howard - Ashburnham 1580+ Owned by the Dukes of Norfolk since the Dissolution to 1738. Then owned by the Lords Ashburton. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DENVER nor Denver Hall Willoughby - Gawsell - Barber - Pratt 1520+ What remains is ca. 1750. Incorporated with the Ryston estate ca. 1730 (Pratt family). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DIDLINGTON nor Didlington Hall Wilson - Powlett 1680+ Remodelled 1774 and 1816. Sold in 1846 to Lord William Powlett. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Part of library sold July 28-29, 1947 [Lord Amherst's books?] DISS nor Roydon Hall Frere 1765+ Owned by the Freres till 1934. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DITCHINGHAM nor Ditchingham Hall Bedingfield 1715+ Built by Rev John Bedingfield (d. 1729). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 192. DITCHINGHAM nor Ditchingham House Buckle - Margitson 1780+ Built by Rev William Buckle. Bought 1817 by John Margitson. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DOCKING nor Docking Hall Hare - Christian 1600+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. EARLHAM nor Earlham Hall Houghton - Waller - Bacon 1650+ Built by Robert Houghton (d. 1657). Now belongs to University of East Anglia. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 37. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 100. EARSHAM nor Earsham Hall Buxton - Windham 1708 Built by John Buxton. Library. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 78. EAST BARSHAM nor East Barsham Manor Fermor - Calthorpe - L'Estrange - Astley 1510+ Passed to the Calthorpes 1628; the L'Estranges 1720; the Astleys 1762. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 126. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839. Estate sold July 22, 1930. EAST DEREHAM nor Quebec House

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Rash - Bagge - Lee-Warner 1760+ Laid out to represent the Battle of Quebec in 1759. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. EAST HARLING nor East Harling Hall Lovell -Wright - Rodwell 1490 Sold by John Lovell 1707 to Thomas Wright; Rodwell family in 1801. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. EAST LEXHAM nor Lexham Hall Wodehouse - Hyde - Keppel 1720+ Belonged to the Wodehouses of of Kimberley. John Hyde 1800-06; Keppels 1806-1912. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ECCLES nor Eccles Hall Lamb - Green 1680+ Sold to the Green family ca. 1712. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. EDGEFIELD nor Edgefield Old Hall Bacon - Cooper - Fenn - Frere 1580+ Sold by the Bacons to the Coopers 1657; then the Fenns 1710. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ELSING nor Elsing Hall Hastings - Browne 1470+ Built for the Hastings family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 42. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. EMNETH nor Oxborough Hall Hewar - Oxborough 1680+ Much altered. Inherited by the Oxboroughs 1630-1781. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ERPINGHAM nor Erpingham House Shepheard 1680+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ERPINGHAM nor Wolterton Park Walpole 1705? Built by Horatio Walpole. 1st Baron Walpole. W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Still owned by the Walpole family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. R.W. Ketton-Cremer, Wolterton Hall. Derby, [1957]. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 151. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Books sold June 28, 1856. R.W.K. Cremer. Wolterton Hall. Derby: english Life, [1957]. FAKENHAM nor Thorpland Hall Calthorpe - L'Estrange - Astley - Lee-Warner 1580+ Restored 1800+. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FELTHORPE nor Felthorpe Hall Geldart - Fellowes 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FELTWELL nor Feltwell Hall Clough 1750+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FILBY nor Filby House Lucas 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FINCHAM nor Fincham Hall Fincham - Cornwallis 1580? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 150. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. FLORDON nor Flordon Hall Kemp med Built by Robert Kemp. The Kemps here until 1936. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 48. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. FLORDON nor Rainthorpe Hall Chapman - Baxter - Newce - Jenkyns 1600+ Remodelled by Thomas Baxter (d. 1611). Numerous changes in ownership. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 92. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. FORDHAM nor Snore Hall Skipwith - Vyner - Pratt 1600+ Seat of the Skipwiths since 15 cent. Owned by the Vyners. In the 18 cent. incorporated with the Pratt's Ryston estate.

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Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FOULSHAM nor Foulsham Old Hall Themelthorpe - Grymes - Skippon - Athill 1556 Sold by the Skippons to John Athill 1715. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FRAMINGHAM EARL nor Framingham Earl Hall Rigby - Knight - Lely 1720+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FRENZE nor Frenze Hall Blennerhassett - Nixon med Remodelled 1870. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FRING nor Fring Hall Dusgate 1807 Built by Abraham T. Dusgate. Family acquired the estate in 1783. Damaged by fire and rebuilt in 20 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GARBOLDISHAM nor Garboldisham Old Hall Gawdy - Bacon - Molineux 1620+ Sold by Philip Earl of Arundel to Framlingham Gawdy in 1627. Owned by Sir Robert Bacon, and Sir Edmund Bacon (d. 1755). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GATELEY nor Gately Hall Segrave - Sharrock - Dawson 1726 Built by Elizabeth Segrave (nee Sharrock). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GAYWOOD nor Gaywood Hall Bagge 1750+ Now Norfolk College of Arts. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GELDESTONE nor Geldestone Hall Kerrich 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GILLINGHAM nor Gillingham Hall Bacon - Schutz 1610+ Sold by the Everards to Sir Nicholas Bacon (d. 1624). Owned by Mrs Schutz - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 79. GILLINGHAM nor Winston Hall Smith - Fleetwood 1680+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GISSING nor Gissing Hall Kemp 1450+ The Manor House was demolished ca. 1700. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT CRESSINGHAM nor Great Cressingham Priory Jenney - Grant - Chute - Applewhaite 1550+ Jenneys sold ca. 1690 to Edward Chute. Applewhaite bought the estate 19 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. GREAT ELLINGHAM nor Great Ellingham Hall Gourney - Davy - Potts 1500+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT HOCKHAM nor Great Hockham Hall Ryley - Dover - Partridge 1705+ Built by Philip Ryley. Passed to the Dover family 1783. Sold in 1810 to Henry S. Partridge. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT MELTON nor Great Melton Hall Anguish - Wodehouse - Keene - Lombe 1610+ Built by Thomas Anguish; left 1690 to the Wodehouses of Lexham, who sold it to the Keenes. The Keenes sold 1713 to the Lombe family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GREAT SNORING nor Great Snoring Manor Shelton - Richardson 1525+ After ca. 1660 used as the Rectory. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. GREAT WITCHINGHAM nor Great Witchingham Hall Le Neve - Norris - Wodehouse - Tompson 1620+ Owned by the Le Neve family since 1649 - including Peter Le Neve, Norroy King of Arms, and first President of the Society of Antiquaries. Remodelled by Timothy Tompson ca. 1812. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 77. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890.

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GUNTON nor Gunton Hall [Park] Harbord 1740? Owned by the same family as owned Blickling - the Harbords. Designed by Wyatt. William Morden Harbord (1742). Family in Gunton from 16 cent. Harbord was created Lord Suffield in 1786. Owned by William Assheton Harbord J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 123. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 59. HANWORTH nor Hanworth Hall Doughty - Wynell-Mayow 1700+ Built by Robert Doughty. Inherited by Philip Wynell-Mayow 1819. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 126. HARDLEY nor Hardley Hall Drake - Cooke - Blackwell 1550+ Built by William Drake. 17 cent. belonged to the Cookes of Broome; then 1718-74 the Blackwell family. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HARGHAM nor Hargham Hall Hare - Beevor 1690+ Built by Hugh Hare. Passed by marriage in 1795 to the Beevor family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HEACHAM nor Heacham Hall Rolfe 1778+ Rebuilt by Edmund Rolfe. In the family till 1900. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HEDENHAM nor Hedenham Hall Richmond - Garney - Irby 1580+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HETHEL nor Hethel Hall Branthwait - Beevor - Gurney 1750+ Demolished. The Branthwaits were at Hethel from 1601 to 1750. The Beevors sold to Hudson Gurney in 1828. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HETHERSETT nor Hethersett Hall Back 1780+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HEYDON nor Heydon Hall Dynne - Colfer - Kemp - Earle - Bulwer 1584+ Built by Henry Dynne (d. 1586). William Colfer; Robert Kemp (d. 1616); Erasmus Earle (d. 1667); 1768 passed to William W. Bulwer. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 70. HILBOROUGH nor Hilborough Hall Caldwell 1779+ Built by Ralph Caldwell. In the Caldwell family till 1845. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HILGAY nor Wood Hall Hawe - Willoughby - Saunderson - Manby - Jones 1579 Built by Henry Hawe (d. 1592). Numerous changes in ownership. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HILLINGTON nor Hillington Hall Ffolkes 1830+ Replaced a Manor House built in 1627. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HILLINGTON nor Hillington Hall Hovell - ffolkes 1627? Built by Richard Hovell. Passed 1669 from Sir William Hovell to Martin ffolkes. Owned 1854 by SIr William J.H.B. ffolkes. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 85. HINDRINGHAM nor Hindringham Hall Hastings - Nabbs 1562+ Leased from the Dean & Chapter of Norwich until ca. 1660. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 50. HOCKWOLD nor Hockwold Hall Heveningham - Crofts - Wyche - Clough 1570+ Altered ca. 1730 by Cyril Wyche. William Heveningha, was a regicide. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HOE nor Hoe Hall Grounds 1780+

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Owned by the Grounds till ca. 1920. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HOLME HALE nor Holme Hale Hall Bedingfield - Ibbott - Atkinson - Farrand 1750+ Added to in 1820+. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HOLVESTON nor Holveston Hall Gawdy - Jay - Marcon 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HONING nor Honing Hall Chamber - Cubitt 1748+ Acquired by Thomas Cubitt (d. 1788). Repton's red Book is in the house (1792). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HONINGHAM nor Honingham Hall Richardson - Baylie - Cotton - Townshend 1605+ Built by Thomas Richardson. Sold ca. 1660 to the Baylies; ca. 1690 to the Cottons; Townshends from 1702. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORSFORD nor Horsford Hall Day 1750+ Built by James Day. Still owned by Days in 1937. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORSTEAD nor Heggatt Hall Baret - Blake 1835+ Built by Thomas Blake, who bought the estate in 1832 from the Barets (there from 1675). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORSTEAD nor Horstead Hall Breese - Townshend - Ayde - Batcheler - Harbord 1580+ Rebuilt by the 3rd Lord Suffield in 1835. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HOUGHTON nor Houghton Hall Walpole - Cholmondeley 1735+ Built by Sir Robert Walpole. Designed by Colen Campbell, altered by Gibbs. Owned by George James Cholmondeley, Marquess of Cholmondeley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.H. Brooke, Houghton and the Walpoles. London, 1865. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 15. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 16. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. [Anon] Houghton Hall. Derby: English Life, 1976. HOVETON ST JOHN nor Hoveton House Blofeld 1680+ Built by Thomas Blofeld, Mayor of Norwich and M.P. Still in the family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. HOVETON ST PETER nor Hoveton Hall Burroughes 1810+ Built by Henry N. Burroughes. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HOVETON ST PETER nor Hoveton Old Hall Negus - AufrŠre 1700+ Owned by the AufrŠre family 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. a HUNSTANTON nor Hunstanton Hall Le Strange - Styleman med Added to in 1623. Fire in 1853. The Stylemans changed their name to Le Strange after they acquired the estate. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 22. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 67. HUNWORTH nor Hunworth Old Hall Britiffe - Hobart 1699+ Built by Edmund Britiffe; passed to the Hobarts of Blickling. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. INTWOOD nor Intwood Hall Muskett - Unthank 1807 Built by Joseph Salusbury Muskett. Descended to the Unthanks. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. IRSTEAD nor Irstead Hall Gleane - Hornor - Preston 1632+ Sold by the Hornors ca. 1820 to the Prestons. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KESWICK nor Keswick Hall Gurney - Wilkins 1760+

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Added to by William Wilkins 1817. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KETTLESTONE nor Kettlestone Hall Shouldham 1612+ In the Shouldham family till 1776. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KILVERSTONE nor Kilverstone Hall Wright 1590+ Built by Thomas Wright. Modified in 1725. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KIMBERLEY nor Kimberley Hall Wodehouse 1712 Improved ca. 1760+ by Sir Armine Wodehouse. Wodehouse family there since medieval times. Owned by John Wodehouse, Lord Wodehouse - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. MS cat. 1870 - BL Add. 54170. Alston, Handlist, 1991. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 107. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 103. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 13. KIRBY CANE nor Kirby Cane Hall Catline - Berners 1680+ Built by the Catlines who owned the estate until ca. 1720. By 1800 the seat of Lord berners who remodelled the house. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 83. KIRSTEAD nor Kirstead Hall Spooner - Love - Osborne - Ketts 1614+ Osbornes 1677-1729. Then absorbed into the Ketts estate at Brooke House. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 71. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. KNAPTON nor Knapton House Robinson 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LAMMAS nor Lammas Hall Allen - Sadler - Dammant - Lubbock 1740+ The old house was rebuilt by the Lubbocks. In the Lubbock family till 1935. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LANGHAM nor Langham Hall Rippingall 1820+ Built by Rev Stephen Frost Rippingall. In the family till 1911+. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LANGLEY nor Langley Park Berney - Proctor - Beauchamp 1740+ Berney family since 1577. Rebuilt by Sir William Beauchamp Proctor, 1st Bart. Owned by Sir Thomas Beauchamp Proctor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 154. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 81. LETHERINGSETT nor Letheringsett Hall Brereton - Hardy 1740+ Bought 1803 by William Hardy (d. 1842) who added to the house. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 141, 1967, 18. LETTON nor Letton Hall Dillingham 1789 Built by Soane for Brampton G. Dillingham. Virtually unaltered. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 93. LITTLE CRESSINGHAM nor Clermont Fortescue - Goodriche 1812 Built by 2nd Viscount Clermont. Inherited by the Goodriches. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LITTLE WALSINGHAM nor Walsingham Abbey Warner - Lee - Lee-Warner 1670+ Rebuilt in 1806 by Daniel Lee-Warner. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 158. MANNINGTON nor Mannington Hall Lumner - Walpole 1451+ Passed to the Earls of Orford. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. D.F. Nevill, Mannington and the Walpoles. London, 1894. C.S. Tomes, Mannington Hall and its Owners. Norwich, 1916. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 74. MATTISHALL nor Mattishall Hall Donne 1710+ Seat of the Donne family till 1914. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MELTON CONSTABLE nor Melton Hall

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Astley 1680+ In Astley family since medieval times. Built by Sir Jacob Astley. Large library. Owned by Sir Jacob Henry Astley J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 93. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 154. J. Kip, I, 1715. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 73. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. MERTON nor Merton Hall Grey 1613 In the Grey [De Grey] family since medieval times. Owned by George de Grey, Lord Walsingham - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 171. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. MIDDLETON nor Middleton Hall Everard 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MILEHAM nor Mileham Hall Barnwell 1750+ Seat of the Barnwells till ca. 1880. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 141. MORLEY ST PETER nor Morley Old Hall Sidley 1610+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MORNINGTHORPE nor Boyland Hall Garneys - Irby 1571 Remodelled 1804. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Contents sold Nov. 21-23, 1950. MORTON nor Morton Hall Southwell - Jenney - Helwys - Le Grys - Berney 1580+ Built by Thomas Southwell (d. 1609); Nicholas Helwys 1691; Le Grys sold to Thomas T. Berney 1819. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NARBOROUGH nor Narborough Hall Spelman - Tyssen 1770+ Tudor house rebuilt 1770+. Larhe library recorded in 1773. Home of Sir Henry Spelman (d. 1641). Tyssen family till 1853. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 80. NARFORD nor Narford Hall Fountaine 1700+ Built by Sir Andrew Fountaine. Large library. Owned by Andrew Fountaine - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 194. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725 . T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 77. Library sold June 11-14, 1902. NORTH ELMHAM nor Elmham Park Warner - Milles - Sondes 1727 Built by Richard Warner. Remodelled ca. 1825. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NORTH WALSHAM nor Westwick Petre 1780+ Owned by John Berney Petre - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 116. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. NORTH WALSHAM nor Witton Hall Norris - Wodehouse 1770+ Begun by John Norris (d. 1777). Passed to the Wodehouses of Kimberley. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NORTHREPPS nor Northrepps Hall Ellis - Barclay - Gurney 1700+ Sold by the Ellis family to Robert Barclay in 1790. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NORWICH nor Bracondale Lodge Martineau 1795 Built for P.M. Martineau. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 138. NORWICH nor Carrow Abbey Shelton 1560+ Owned by the Sheltons since the Dissolution. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. F.R. Beecheno, Notes on Carrow Abbey. Norwich, 1888. NORWICH nor Heigham House Unthank 1750+

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Demolished ca. 1850. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 43. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. NORWICH nor Witton House Tuck 1819 Built by John J. Tuck 1819. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ORMESBY nor Ormesby House Fisher - Salmon - Lacon 1700? Owned by William Fisher; sold to Rev. B.W. Salmon, Rector of Caistor, who enlarged the house; then bought by Sir Edmund Knowles Lacon in 1810, with further enlargements. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide , III, 1981. ORMESBY ST MARGARET nor Ormesby Old Hall Symonds - Bosanquet 1730+ Sold 1839 to Richard G. Bosanquet. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. OULTON nor Oulton Hall Bell - Pitman 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. OUTWELL nor Beaupré Hall Beaupré - Bell - Greaves - Townley 1570+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. OXBURGH nor Oxburgh Hall Bedingfield 1483+ Started in 1483; much added to. Damaged 1647 - restored 1725. Library - created by Pugin. No trace remains of earlier library. Owned by Sir Richard Bedingfield - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 112. In the Bedingfield [Paston-Bedingfield] family to 1952 when it was conveyed to the National Trust. [Anon] Oxburgh Hall. National Trust, 1978 [regularly reprinted]. OXNEAD nor Oxnead Hall Paston - Anson - Mack 1590+ Built by Clement Paston. Mostly demolished. Sold 1757 to Admiral Anson. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Horfolk Houses, 1908, 85. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk,, 1890. PASTON nor Paston Hall Paston - Anson - Mack 1810+ The Paston estate was sold to Admiral Anson in 1757. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. PUDDING NORTON nor Pudding Norton Hall Paris - Andrews 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. RANWORTH nor Ranworth Old Hall Holdich - Sidley - Kerrison 1580+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. RAVENINGHAM nor Raveningham Hall Bacon 1810+ Built by Sir Edmund Bacon (d. 1820). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 80. RAYNHAM PARK nor Raynham Hall Townshend med In Townshend family since medieval times. Built by Sir Roger Townshend. Owned by Lord Charles Townshend - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 95. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 4. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. REDENHALL nor Gawdy Hall Gawdy - Wogan - Holmes 1580+ Passed to John Wogan ca. 1670. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. REEPHAM nor Hackford Hall Messenger - Monsey - Collyer 1750+ Owned by Messenger Monsey physician of Chelsea Hospital, who died in 1788 aged 95. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. REEPHAM nor Witchingham Hall Manners 1580+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. RIDDLESWORTH nor Riddlesworth Hall Drury - Wake - Bevan - Thornhill 1600+ Orig. house built by Sir Dru Drury (d. 1619). Built by Sylvanus Bevan who pulled down the old Drury mansion.

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Owned by Thomas Thornhill - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. RINGLAND nor Ringland Hall Le Neve 1620+ Sold in 1801 and demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ROLLESBY nor Rollesby Hall Mapes - Ensor 1618 Built by Francis Mapes. Added to by the Ensors in 1824. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ROUGHAM nor Rougham Hall Yelverton - Peyton - North 1700+ Acquired by Roger North 1690 and rebuilt the old house. Originally belonged to the Yelvertons. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ROUGHTON nor Felbrigg Hall Windham 1620+ Built by Thomas Windham. National Trust. Kentworth-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. John Maddison, Felbrigg Hall. National Trust, 1995. YK.1996.b.6984. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 55. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 130. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890, 23. RUSHFORD nor Shadwell Park [Court] Buxton 1720+ Built by John Buxton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 172. Country Life, 136, 1964, 18, 98. RYSTON nor Ryston Hall Pratt 1668+ Built by Sir Roger Pratt. Still in the Pratt family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SALHOUSE nor Salhouse Hall Ward 1764? Rebuilt by Richard Ward. Owned 1852 by Richard Ward. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 70. SALLE nor Salle Park Hase - Jodrell 1761 Built by Edward Hase. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 180. SANDRINGHAM nor Sandringham House Cobbe - Hoste - Henley - Motteux 1771 Demolished after it was sold to the Prince of Wales in 1862. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880. SAXLINGHAM nor Heydon's Hall Heydon - Sidney - Jermy - Guybon - Warner 1600+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SAXLINGHAM NETHERGATE nor Saxlingham House [Hall] Gleane - Oldfield - Sayer - Warmoll - Steward 1660? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. SAXLINGHAM NETHERGATE nor Saxlingham Old Hall Gawdy - Suckling - Tuttle - Mingay - Steward 1600? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SCOTTOW nor Scottow Hall Durrant 1760+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SCULTHORPE nor Cranmer Hall Donne - Jones 1721 Built by Robert Donne (d. 1725). Bought by Daniel Jones 1751. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SEDGEFORD nor Sedgeford Hall L'Estrange - Rolfe 1700+ The L'Estrange family to 1805; then Rolfe to 1904. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHARINGTON nor Sharington Hall Daubeny - Hunt 1600+ The Daubenys here from 15 cent. Belonged to the Hunts 17 cent. Then a farmhouse. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHELTON nor Shelton Hall Shelton - Houghton 1480+ Built by Sir Ralph Shelton (d. 1497). Sold ca. 1600 to Sir Robert Houghton. A ruin by 1740. Kentworthy-Browne [et

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al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHERINGHAM nor Sheringham Hall Upcher 1812 Built by Abbot Upcher. Landscaped by Repton - Red Book in the house. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 133. SHOTESHAM nor Shotesham Park D'Oyly - Fellowes 1780? Built by Soane for Robert Fellowes, whose family bought the estate from the D'Oylys in 1731. Library catalogue by Robert Fellowes (1791-97) - Bodley MS Eng. misc. e. 1200. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. Library sold Sep 24, 1979. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 50. SHOULDHAM nor Shouldham Hall Allen 1830+ Built by Thomas Allen. In the Allen family till ca. 1890. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHOULDHAM nor Shouldham Old Hall Shouldham - Bedingfield - Hare med Owned by the Shouldhams to ca. 1580; then the Bedingfields of Wighton; then the Hares of Stow. Also spelled Shuldam. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHROPHAM nor Shropham Hall Hethersett - Barker - Hemsworth 1739 Hemsworths from 1830. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SLOLEY nor Sloley Hall Cubitt 1815 Built by Benjamin Cubitt (d. 1842). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SNETTISHAM nor Snettisham Old Hall Styleman - Le Strange 1680+ The Stylemans changed their name to Le Strange in 1839. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SOMERTON nor Somerton Hall [House] Hobart - Husband - Knights - Huntington - Hume 1710+ Built by J. Husband. Owned by J.B. Huntington; from 1824 by Joseph Hume, M.P. tMany changes of ownership since 1544. Acquired by John Barker Huntington ca. 1790? - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. KentworthBrowne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. SPARHAM nor Sparham House Stoughton 1820 Built by Rev James Stoughton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SPIXWORTH nor Spixworth Hall Peck - Longe 1609+ Sold to Francis Longe ca. 1690 - additions made in 1693. Owned by the Longes till 1935. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 158. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. STANFIELD nor Stanfield Hall Flowerdew - Richardson - Jermy - Preston 1642+ Bought by Sir Thomas Richardson in 1642.; in 1735 by marriage to William Jermy. Part of the house goes back to the Flowerdews (1515-1600). Owned by Rev. George Preston (d. 1837), who made alterations - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 135. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 103. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. STANHOE nor Stanhoe Hall Turner - Archdale - Wilson - Hare 1702 Built by Charles Turner. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. STIBBARD nor Sennowe Park Wodehouse 1774 Owned by Edmond Wodehouse M.P. (d. 1855). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 170, 1981, 2242, 2298. STIFFKEY nor Stiffkey Old Hall Bacon - Townshend 1578+ Built by Sir Nathaniel Bacon. Passed to the Townshends who owned it till 1911. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 116. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. STOW BARDOLPH nor Stow Bardolph Hall Hare 1589 Built by Sir Nicholas Hare; rebuilt 1796. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

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STRADSETT nor Stradsett Hall Picot - Goldsmith - Case - Bagge 1570+ Bought 1747 by Philip Case; passed to Bagges. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. STRATTON STRAWLESS nor Stratton Strawless Hall Marsham 1800+ Seat of the Marshams since 1550. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 113. STRUMPSHAW nor Strumpshaw Hall Tuck 1835 Built by Thomas G. Tuck (d. 1864). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SWAFFHAM nor Swaffham Manor House Hamond 1690+ Built by Nicholas Hamond, who endowed the Grammar School. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SWANNINGTON nor Swannington Manor Elwin - Bartell 1780+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SWARDESTON nor Gowthorpe Manor Styward - Berney - Steward 1574+ Sold by Thomas Styward to Thomas Berney ca. 1630. Sold to John Steward ca. 1810. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TACOLNESTAN nor Tacolneston Hall Knipe - Knipe Gobbett - Boileau 1708+ Built by Edmund Knipe. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TACOLNESTON nor Tacolneston Old Hall Baldock - Warren 1700+ Built by Sir Robert Baldock. Owned by the Warrens 1754-1910. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TATTERSETT nor Pynkney Hall Wright - Chad 1780+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TESTERTON nor Testerton House Case - Morse-Boycott 1802 Built by Philip M. Case (d. 1834). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THELVETON nor Thelveton Hall Havers 1600+ Havers were Catholic. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 120. THORNHAM nor Thornham Hall Archdale - Wilson - Hogge 1800+ Built by George Hogge (d. 1811). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THREXTON nor Threxton House Barton 1750+ Built by the Barton family. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THURGARTON nor Thurgarton Old Hall Spurrell 1733 Built by William Spurrell (d. 1761). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THURNING nor Thurning Hall Elwin - Gay 1760+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 84. THURSFORD nor Thursford Hall Burgolion - Haydon - Guybon - Chad 1580? Sold inb 1753 to Sir George Chad. Owned by Sir Charles Chad - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. TIBENHAM nor Channons Hall Buxton 1569 Demolished 1784. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TOFTREES nor Toftrees Hall Clifton - Townshend 1590+ Built by Henry Clifton (d. 1620). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TOPCROFT nor Topcroft Hall

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Brewes - Wilson - Smyth 1600+ Rebuilt late 19 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TWYFORD nor Twyford Hall Townshend - Grymes - Cockes - Warde - Coulsey 1750+ Belonged to the Townshends since 15 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WALLINGTON nor Wallington Hall Coningsby - Gawdy - Hatton - Rich - Finch 1525+ Numerous alterations made by subsequent owners. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 66, 1929, 684. WATLINGTON nor Watlington Hall Gawsell - Davis - Berners - Plestow 1830 Older house replaced by the Plestows in 1830. Burned down 1943. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Contents sold April 25-27, 1921. WATTON nor Rokeles Hall Heighoe - Scott - Barker 1653+ Owned by Peter Barker 1740. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WAXHAM nor Waxham Hall Wodehouse 1580+ Sold by the Calthorpes to the Wodehouses 16 cent. Wodehouse family there in 17 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WEETING nor Weeting Hall Angerstein - Hall 1810+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WELLS-ON-SEA nor Holkham Hall Coke 1764 Built by Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester. Bodley. BL. Large library. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J. Dawson, The Strangers Guide to Holkham. Burnham, 1817. J. Blome, New Description. Wells, 1826. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 71. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 162. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. [Anon] Holkham Hall. Derby: English Life, 1990; 1996. WEST ACRE nor High House Barkham - Hamond 1780? Owned by Anthony Hamond - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. WEST BRADENHAM nor Bradenham Hall Thomson - Smyth - Haggard 1766+ Rider Haggard grew up here. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WEST DEREHAM nor West Dereham Abbey Dereham - Stuart 1680+ Built by Sir Thomas Dereham (d. 1697). Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WEST HARLING nor West Harling Hall Bardwell - Gawdy - Gipps - Colborne 1736 The old house was demolished in 1725. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WEST WRETHAM nor Wretham Hall Colhoun - Birch - Wyrley-Birch 1790+ Built by William Colhoun; sold to George Birch. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 162. WESTACRE nor Westacre High House Spelman - Case - Hamond 1756 Built by Edward Spelman. Passed to the Hamonds 1761. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WESTON nor Weston House Custance 1756 Built by Hambleton Custance. Demolished 1926. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WESTON nor Weston Old Hall Rookwood 1550+ Built by Firmin Rookwood (d. 1558). Demolished 1756. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WHITWELL nor White House Leeds 1830+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

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WHITWELL nor Whitwell Hall Leamon 1820+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WILBY nor Wilby Hall Green - Wilton - Hare 1630+ Sold to John Wilton 1622. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. G. Birkbeck, Old Norfolk Houses, 1908, 124. WIVETON nor Wiveton Hall Gifford 1653 Occupied by labourers by 1830. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WOOD DALLING nor Wood Dalling Hall Bulwer - Hobart 1580+ Built by Richard Bulwer; sold to the Hobarts of Blickling 1632. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WOOD RISING nor Wood Rising Hall Southwell - Crane - Bedell - Weyland 1560+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WOODTON nor Woodton Hall Suckling 1694 Sold 1839 and demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WORSTEAD nor Worstead House Brograve 1797+ Designed by James Wyatt for Sir Berney Brograve. Owned by Sir George Berney Brograve - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. WROXHAM nor Wroxham Hall Collyer - Trafford 1790+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WYMONDHAM nor Burfield Hall Blackbourn - Burroughes 1709 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WYMONDHAM nor Cavick House Drake - Cann 1720+ Built by John Drake. Sold in 1825 to William Robert Cann, brewer. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WYMONDHAM nor Gunvil's Hall Talbot 1580+ In the Talbot family till ca. 1850. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NOTTINGHAMSHIRE ANNESLEY not Annesley Hall Chaworth 1650+ Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. Built 1650+; again 1890+. Added to in 19 cent. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. BABWORTH not Babworth Hall Bridgeman - Simpson 1700? Owned by John Bridgman Simpson. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. Remodelled by Repton ca. 1790. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. BEESTHORPE not Beesthorpe Hall Bristow 1750? Samuel Bristow - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). In Bristow family since Henry VIII. R. Thoroton, Nottinghamshire, III, 1797, 142. BESKWOOD PARK not Beskwood Hall Barton 1700? Owned by a Mrs Barton - Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. BLEASBY not Bleasby Hall Grundy - Need - Kelham 1580+ Grundy family to 1612. Sold 1760 to Nathaniel Need. Purchased 1816 by Robert H. Kelham. Partly remodelled 1760. Rebuilt 1816 by Robert H. Kelham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 202. BLYTH not Blyth Hall Mellish 1750+ Built by Edward Mellish on the site of an old hall. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 54.

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Demolished. BROXTOW not Broxtow Hall Stanhope - Byron - Smith - Top 1600+ Owned by Sir Philip Stanhope; Isham Parkins; Thomas Smith; Sir John Top. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. BULWELL not Bulwell Hall Newton - Padley - Cooper 1770 Built by John Newton; then Padley; then Samuel Thomas Cooper. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. BUNNY not Bunney Hall Parkyns 1720+ Sir Thomas Parkyns - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Contents sold Feb. 22-25, 1910. CAR COLSTON not Brunsell Hall Brunsell 1662 Built by Samuel Brunsell. Partly demolished in 1759. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. CAR COLSTON not Car Colston Hall Girardot 1838 Built by a Rev. Girardot. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. CARLTON-ON-TRENT not Carlton Hall Pocklington 1765 Built by Joseph Pocklington. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. CHILWELL not Chilwell Hall Charlton 1570+ Charlton family since ca. 1570. Rebuilt ca. 1810. Owned 1853 by Thomas B. Charlton, J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 131. CLIFTON not Clifton Hall Clifton 1780? Often remodelled. Designed by Carr of York. Sir Gervase Clifton - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Trent Polytechnic. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. COCKGLODE not Cockglode Hall Aldrich 1778 Leased to George Aldrich, M.D. who built the house. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. COLWICK not Colwick Hall Musters 1776 Remodelled by John Musters, designed by Carr of York. - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. FELMINGHAM not Fekingham Hall Croft - Denny - Berney - Bladwell - Talman 1580+ Owned by William Talman, designer of Chatsworth. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FENTON not Fenton Manor House Thornhaugh 1670+ N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. FLINTHAM not Flintham Hall Hussey - Hacker - Woodhouse - Disney - Fytch 1580+ Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 220. GROVE not Grove Hall Eyre 1780+ Rebuilt by Carr of York for Anthony H. Eyre. The old house was Tudor in origin. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 205. HOLME not Holme Pierrepont Manvers - Pierrepont - Orton med Enlarged by the Duke of Kingston ca. 1720. Remodelled 1780+. Owned by Anne Orton, Countess Manvers - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KELHAM not Kelham Hall Sutton - Manners 1665+ Built by Robert Sutton. Remodelled 1750+. Owned by John Manners Sutton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 43. KINGSTON-ON-SOAR not Kingston Hall Strutt 1841 Built by Edward Strutt. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 48.

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KIRKLINGTON not Kirklington Hall Wandesford - Whetham 1750? Built by Sir Christopher Wandesford (d. 1590). Mrs Whetham, widow of John Whetham, a tenant? - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Wandesford family to 1881. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. KNEVETON not Kneveton Manor House Molyneux 1600+ House demolished in 1781. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797, I. LANGAR not Langar Hall Howe 1700? Richard Howe, Earl Howe, Admiral - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). LANGFORD not Langford Hall Duncombe 1780+ N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. MANSFIELD not Berry Hill Walker 1800? Owned by Sir Edward S. Walker, Mayor of Chester 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 245. NEWSTEAD not Newstead Abbey Byron 1750? William Byron, Lord Byron - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Owned by Webb family. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 94. H.F. Wagstaff, Handbook and Guide to Newstead Abbey. Hucknall, 1931. Contents sold Jan 10-13, 1921. NORWOOD not Norwood Park Sutton 1750+ Owned by Sir Richard Sutton - Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. NOTTINGHAM not Bestwood Lodge Beauclerk 1580? Once a royal residence. Granted to Henry Beauclerk by Charles II in 1683. Home of the Dukes of St Albans. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. NOTTINGHAM not Clare Hall Pierrepont 1580+ Built by Francis Pierrepont (d. 1657). Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. NUTHALL not Nuthall Temple Sedley 1760+ Seat of Henry Sedley. Owned by Sir Charles Sedley (d. 1778). Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. Country Life, 53, 1923, 570, 606. OLLERTON not Thoresby Hall [Park] Pierrepont 1767 The original house was destroyed by fire in 1745. Rebuilt by Carr of York. Charles Pierrepont - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Rebuilt 1865. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 128. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715; III, 1725; V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, III, 1820. A. Beattie. Thoresby Hall. Derby: English Life, [1957]; [1964]; 1978. ORSTON not Staunton Hall Staunton 1554+ Family there since medieval times. Enlarged ca. 1810. Passed by marriage to Rev John Aspenshaw, who change his name to Staunton. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. OSSINGTON not Ossington Hall Cartwright - Cranmer - Dennison 1600+ Damaged in the Civil War. William Dennison (d. 1782). Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 121. OXTON not Oxton Hall Sherbrooke 1750? Owned by Robert Sherbrooke. Owned by Mrs Sherbrooke - Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. PAPPLEWICK not Papplewick Hall Montague 1787 Frederick Montague - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Now owned by R. Godwin-Austen. Library modelled on Harewood House. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. Country Life, 134, 1964, 492. PINXTON not Brookhill Hall

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Coke 1700? Owned by Rev D. Ewes Coke. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. PINXTON not Pinxton Old Hall Coke - Kirkby med Owned by the Coke family since medieval times. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. RATCLIFFE-ON-SOAR not Ratcliffe Manor House Curzon 1715+ Built by Sir Nathaniel Curzon. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. RUFFORD not Rufford Abbey Savile 1630+ Seat of the Savile family since 17 cent. Owned by Lumley Savile - Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. SCREVETON not Screveton Manor House Leek - Whalley - Thoroton 1650? Owned by Robert Thoroton. In 1790s owned by Thomas Thoroton. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. SERLBY not Serlby Hall Monckton - Arundel 1700? Sold to 1st Lord Galway 1727. Owned by William George Monckton Arundel, Viscount Galway - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Contents sold Dec 11-13, 1978. E.I. Musgrave. Serlby Hall. Derby: English Life, [1954]. SHIREOAKS not Shireoaks Hall Hewett - Howard 1600+ Remodelled ca. 1700; partly gutted after the last Hewett's death in 1811. Bought by the Duke of Norfolk 1812. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. STANFORD-ON-SOAR not Stanford Hall Clifford - Willoughby - Rayns - Lewis - Dashwood 1774 Many changes in ownership. Rebuilt by Charles Vere Dashwood in 1774. Large library. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 53. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. STAPLEFORD not Stapleford Hall Warren 1780+ Rebuilt by Sir John B. Warren. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. STRELLY not Strelly Hall Edge 1790+ Built by Thomas W. Edge. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. SYERSTON not Syerston Hall Fillingham 1793+ N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. THRUMPTON not Thrumpton Hall Emmerton 1610+ Earlier manor house. Remodelled by John Wescomb Emmerton in 1780+. - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Now owned by Mrs R. Seymour. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. G.F. Seymour, Thrumpton Hall. Nottingham, [1970?] Country Life, 54, 1923, 180. THURGARTON not Thurgarton Hall Cooper - Palmer 1750+ Also known as Thurgarton Priory. Bought ca. 1550 by William Cooper. Built by John G. Cooper. Owned by Philip Palmer - Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. TOLLERTON not Tollerton Hall Neale 1780+ Rebuilt by Pendock Neale - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). WELBECK not Welbeck Abbey Cavendish - Holles - Bentinck med Owned by William Henry Cavendish Scott Bentinck, Duke of Portland - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Large library. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 201. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WEST RETFORD not West Retford Hall Emerson 1669 Seat of Alexander Emerson. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. WINTHROP not Winthorpe Hall Pocklington 1730? Roger Pocklington - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790).

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J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 196. WISETON not Wiseton Hall Nelthorp - Acklom 1750+ Acquired by the Acklom family ca. 1670. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. WOLLATON not Wollaton Hall Willoughby 1588 Built by Robert Smythson for Sir Francis Willoughby. Henry Willoughby, Baron Middleton - Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: republished ... by John Throsby (Nottingham, 1790). Now used as a museum (Nottingham City Council). N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. S. Jones, Views, 1829. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. J. Kip, I, 1715. WORKSOP not Clumber Park Clinton - Pelham-Holles 1760+ Owned by Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Designed by Stephen Wright. Demolished in 1938. National Trust. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 126. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982. Sale of library: June 21, 1937; Nov. 22-25, 1937; Dec. 6, 1937; Feb. 14-16, 1938. WORKSOP not Osberton Hall [House] Bolles - Thornhagh - Foljambe 1750? H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1808. WORKSOP not Worksop Manor Furnival - Howard 1580 Burned ca. 1760. Rebuilt ca. 1770. Owned by Bernard Edward Howard, Duke of Norfolk - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Thoroton/Throsby, 1797. N. Pevsner, Nottinghamshire, 1979. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Archives at Arundel Castle. MS cat. of books left by Edward, 9th Duke, compiled by Philip Wyndham ca. 1750? Arundel archives. OXFORDSHIRE BANBURY oxf Broughton Castle Fiennes 1680? Sold in 1837. Fiennes family, Lord of Saye and Sele. Enlarged from medieval foundation. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. [Anon] Broughton Castle, [1972]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 136. J. Nash, Mansions, II, 1840. Contents sold July 4-17, 1837. BANBURY oxf Wroxton Abbey Doyle - North 1700? Smirke built a library ca. 1810. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 189. J. Nash, Mansions, II, 1840. [Anon] Wroxton Abbey. Derby: English Life, 1993. BICESTER oxf Middleton Park Cotton - Harman - Boyle - Villiers med Came to the Earls of Jersey in 1724. Fire in 1753. Rebuilt ca. 1770. Owned by George Child Villiers, Earl of Jersey J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Country Life, 100, 1946, 28. BRIGHTWELL BALDWIN oxf Brightwell Park Carleton - Stone - Lowe - Lowndes 1600? Bought by Sir Dudley Carleton ca. 1630. Passed to John Stone (1732); then Francis Lowe; then William Lowndes (=Stone). Old house burned down in 1787 - rebuilt by William L. Stone. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 196. BURFORD? oxf Shipton Court Lacy - Reade 1600? Owned by the Lacy family until 1663 when acquired from Rowland Lacy by Sir Compton Reade. Owned by Sir John Chandos Reade - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. The Reades also owned Oddington House in Gloucestershire. CAVERSFIELD oxf Caversfield House Moyle - Davenport - Bard - Vaux - Harington - Bullock 1600? Numerous owners - Sir Hames Harington, 1741; Mr Southcote, 1751; Joseph Bullock, 1763; Robert Bullock Marsham, 1840. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 69. CAVERSHAM oxf Caversham Park Marsack 1700+ Built by William, Earl of Cadogan. Improved by Marsack ca. 1810. Owned by Colonel Marsack - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 160. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. Contents sold Oct. 23-28, 1826. COKETHORPE oxf Cokethorpe Park

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Harcourt - Western - Strickland 1712 Built by Sir Simon Harcourt. Sold to Maximilian Western in 1765. Owned by Walter Strickland - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Large library. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold Nov. 12, 1908. DITCHLEY oxf Ditchley Park Lee - Dillon 1735+ Built by James Gibbs. Owned by Henry Augustus Dillon Lee, Viscount Dillon - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. [Anon] The New Oxford Guide, 5 ed., [1768?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 84. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 59. [Anon] Ditchley Park. Derby: English Life, [1963]; 1995. J. Graham. Ditchley Park. Derby: English Life, [1996?] EAST HENDRED oxf Hendred House Eyston 1550+ Enlarged ca. 1700. Library. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. GLYMPTON oxf Glympton Manor Cupper - Wheate - Lloyd - Barnett 1580? H. Barnett, Glympton, 1923. Owned by Cupper family 1547-1632. Sold by John Cupper to Sir John Sedley; then to Wheate family. William Wheate (d. 1659). Sir Thomas Wheate, 2nd Bart. (d. 1746). In 1807 passed to Francis S. Lloyd (= Wheate). Passed to George H. Barnett (d. 1871) in 1846. HEYTHROP oxf Heythorp House Talbot 1705+ Purchased by Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury. Designed by Robert Archer. Large library. Owned by John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. [Anon] The New Oxford Guide. Oxford, [1769?] C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 77. KIRTLINGTON oxf Kirtlington Park Dashwood 1741 Built by Sir James Dashwood. Large library. Owned 1853 by Sir George Dashwood. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 6. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. MAPLEDURHAM oxf Mapledurham House Blount 1580? Sir Charles Blount (d. 1644). In Blount family from 1489. Owned 1855 by Michael H.M. Blount. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 153. L.G. Cogman, Mapledurham House. St Ives, [1975?] R. Williams, Mapledurham House. St Ives, 1977. B. Bond. Mapledurham House. Derby: English Life, 1968. NUNEHAM COURTENAY oxf Nuneham Courtenay Courtenay - Audley - Wright - Robinson - Harcourt med Acquired by Simon, 1st Lord Harcourt in 1710. Built ca. 1715+. Owned by Field Marshal William Harcourt, Earl Harcourt - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 31. Part of library sold Dec 13-14, 1948. SHERBOURN oxf Sherbourn Castle Parker med Also spelled Shirburn. Bought by Thomas Parker, 1st Earl of Macclesfield ca. 1701. Owned by George Parker, Earl of Macclesfield - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 223. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. STONOR oxf Stonor Park Stonor med Home of the Stonor family since medieval times. Owned by Thomas Stonor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. R.J. Stoner, Stonor. Newport, 1952. WHITCHURCH oxf Hardwick House Powys - Lybbe Powys - 1580? Owned by the Lybbe/Powys family from 1525. Family cartulary in Oxford RO. Website: www.southfrm.demon.co.uk WITHAM oxf Witham Abbey Norris - Bertie 1750? Home of the Earls of Abingdon - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. WOODSTOCK oxf Blenheim Palace Churchill 1715+ Built for John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. Neale, vol. III, 1820. Sunderland collection sold in 1881-3. New Description of Blenheim. London, 1803. D. Green, Blenheim Palace. London, 1951. The New Oxford Guide. Oxford, [1768?]. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 113. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715, III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1929. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 79. RUTLAND

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AYSTON rut Ayston Hall Brudenell - Fludyer 1807 Passed from Brudenells to George Fludyet (d. 1837). Rev John Fludyer, Vicar of Ayston from 1834, Remodelled 1807. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. VCH. BELTON rut Belton Old Hall Haselwood - Pilkington 1620+ Thomas Haselwood 1557. Francis Haselwood (d. 1604). .N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. Nichols, Leicestershire. BURLEY rut Burley House Harrington - Villiers - Finch 1580+ Ruined after the Civil War. Rebuilt by Daniel Finch, Earl of Nottingham ca. 1694+. Library. Owned by George Finch, Earl of Winchilsea & Nottingham - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. Fire 1908 P. Finch, History, 1901. W. Angus, Seats, 1779. Burley on the Hill. Derby: English Life, [1960]. CLIPSHAM rut Clipsham Hall Harington - Johnson - Snow - Paget 1750+ Bought by Sir John Harington 1539. Robert Johnson, Archdeacon of Leicester 1618; 1686 Richard Snow (d. 1739); Rev Paul Snow, Rector of Clipsham; John Paget 1784. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. VCH, COTTESMORE rut Cottesmore Hall Durant - Noel 1580+ N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. EXTON rut Exton House Harington - Hicks - Noel 1580+ Built by Sir James Harington. Many changes before it was bought by Sir Baptist Hicks ca. 1610. Then owned by Edward Noel; Noels became Earls of Gainsborough in 1682. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. Fire in 1810. Rebuilt. Fire 1915. Ruined. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. LITTLE CASTERTON rut Tolethorpe Hall Burton - Browne 1600+ Built by John Browne (d. 1634). Remodelled ca. 1750. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. NORMANTON rut Normanton Park Mackworth - Heathcote 1700+ Built by Sir Gilbert Heathcote - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 231. Country Life, 33, 1913, 198. SOUTH LUFFENHAM rut South Luffenham Hall Digby - Heathcote 1680+ Digbys to 1771., when John Digby's widow died. Bought by Sir Gilbert Heathcote ca. 1800. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. TICKENCOTE rut Tickencote Hall Wingfield 1580+ The Wingfield seat. N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. TIXOVER rut Tixover Hall Dale - Stafford - O'Brien 1750+ Sold to Henry Stafford 1679. Passed to O'Brien family who rebuilt. Owned by Henry O'Brien (d. 1811). N. Pevsner, Leicestershire and Rutland, 1960. VCH. Contents sold July 25-29, 1928. SHROPSHIRE ACTON BURNELL shr Acton Burnell Hall [Park] Smythe 1665 Original house built by Sir Edward Smythe. Owned by Sir Edward Joseph Smyth - Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. Rebuilt 1815+. Now a ruin.P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ACTON ROUND shr Acton Round Hall Acton 1714 Built by Sir Whitmore Acton, 4th Bart. Neglected between 1717 and 1918. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ACTON SCOTT shr Acton Hall Acton 1570+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ACTON SCOTT shr Acton Scott Hall Acton 1570+ Built by Edward Acton. Acton family to ca. 1870. F.S. Acton, The Castles & old Mansions of Shropshire, 1868, 40. ALCASTON shr Alcaston Manor

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Hill 1580+ Built by Humphrey Hill. In the Hill family to 1848, when sold and partly demolished. F.S. Acton, The Castles & old Mansions of Shropshire, 1868. ALDERBURY shr Loton Park Leighton - Haycock 1710+ The Leightons lived at Watlesborough Castle (Shropshire) until ca. 1700. Altered 1750+. The Leightons produced 12 generations of MPs. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Montgomery-Massingberd, Field Book, 1988. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 8. ALVELEY shr Pool Hall Grove 1710+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. APLEY shr Apley Park [Castle] Whitmore - Charlton med Whitmore family since ca. 1580. Owned by Thomas Whitmore, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. New house built 1791+ by St John Charlton. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 135. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 55. S. leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 11. ASTLEY ABBOTS shr Stanley Hall Jones 1642+ New house built 1780+. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. Owned by Sir Thomas John Tyrwhitt Jones - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ATCHAM shr Longner Hall Burton 1803 Replaced an earlier house. The Burtons were at Longner since medieval times. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 52. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 195. ATTINGHAM shr Attingham Hall [Park] Hill 1784+ Estate in Hill family since medieval times. Built by Thomas Noel Hill, Lord Berwick - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. C. Brocklehurst, Attingham Park. London, 1949. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. Jones, Views, 1829. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 10. BADGER shr Badger Hall Brown 1730+ Remodelled by James Wyatt for Isaac Hawkins Brown 1779+. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 49. BAYTONHILL shr Lythwood Hall [Park] Steuart 1782 Built by George Steuart. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 51. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 5. BENTHALL shr Benthall Hall Benthall - Browne - Harries - Forester 1560+ Built by William Benthall (d. 1572). Inherited by John Browne in 1746. Harries family sold it in 1843 to 2nd Lord Forester. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats, 1891, 376. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 48. BERRINGTON shr Eaton Mascott Hall Holcroft 1734 Seat of the Holcroft Baronets. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, V, 1829. BERWICK shr Berwick House Powys - Watson 1731 Built for Thomas Powys. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BICTON shr Onslow Morhall - Wingfield 1774+ Replaced earlier house - Richard Morhall. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 9. BICTON shr Rossall Gosnell 1677 Built by Edward Gosnell, London merchant who became Mayor of Shrewsbury. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BICTON shr The Isle Sandford 1560+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BITTERLEY shr Bitterley Court Walcot - Wheeler 1700+

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P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F.Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 167. BITTERLEY shr Henley Hall Wood 1725+ Added to in 1772. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 373. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 39. BRIDGNORTH shr Apley Park Foster 1780+ Built on sire of old hall. Owned by the Foster family since 1740+. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 77. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 109. Jones, Views, 1829. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 34. BURFORD shr Burford House Bowles - Rushout 1728 Built by William Bowles. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BURLTON shr Burlton Hall Lawley - Penruddock - Chambre - Vaughan 1450+ Passed to Chambre family ca. 1650. Restored 1837. Large library - "the books ... fill every room in the house": J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 158. Owned 1852 by Robert Chambre Vaughan. CALVERHALL shr Cloverley Hall Dod 1790? Old house pulled down 1790. Rebuilt by John Dod. Owned 1853 by John W. Dod. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 197. CARDINGTON shr Chatwall Hall Corfield 1580+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CAYNHAM shr Caynham Court Curtis 1780+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CHETWYND RURAL shr Chetwynd Park Pigott - Borough 1680+ Sold by the Pigotts to the Boroughs ca. 1780. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 53. F. Leach, Seats, 1891, 365. CHIRBURY shr Marrington Hall Price-Davies 1595+ Remodelled in 19 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 269. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 6. CLAVERLEY shr Gatacre Hall Gatacre 1750+ Recusant Gatacre family here since medieval times. House rebuilt ca. 1750. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CLAVERLEY shr Ludstone Hall Whitmore - Rollason 1620+ Built by John Whitmore. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 175. CLEOBURY MORTIMER shr Cleobury Hall Mytton 1690 Built by Thomas Mytton. Owned 1853 by Henry G. Mytton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 175. CLEOBURY MORTIMER shr Mawley Hall Blount 1730 Built by Sir Edward Blount, 4th Bart. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. [Anon] Mawley Hall, [1973?] CONDOVER shr Condover Hall [Park] Owen 1580+ Built by Thomas Owen. Partly by Inigo Jones. Owned by Edward W. Smythe Owen - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 198. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891. COUND shr Cound Hall Cressett 1704 Built by Edward Cressett. Now flates. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CRESSAGE shr Belswardine Hall Harnage 1542+ In Harnage family to 1888. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 377. DUDLESTON shr Plas Yolyn Morrall 1830+

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P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. EARDISTON shr Pradoe Kenyon 1780+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. K.M.R. Kenyon, A House that was Loved. London, 1941. EASTHOPE shr Lutwyche Hall Lutwyche - Benson 1587 Much remodelled. Purchased by the Bensons in the 18 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 395. EATON shr Eaton Owen - Rogers - Ottley - Williams 1700? Numerous changes in ownership. Acquired by the Williams family in 1778. Owned by Richard Williams - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. ELLESMERE shr Hardwick Hall Kynaston 1720+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 359. S. leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 27. ELLESMERE shr Oteley Park Kinaston - Oteley - Mainwaring 1826+ Replaced an earlier house. The Kinaston family intermarried with the Oteleys. Sir Francis Kinaston translated Chaucer's Troilus & Creseide into latin verse. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 162. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 19. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 28. FAULS shr Sandford Hall Sandford med Rebuilt 1720. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 122. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 229. GATACRE shr Gatacre Hall Acton 1500? Acton family from ca. 1630. Rebuilt by Edward F. Acton, owner in 1852. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 71. W. West, Picturesque Views, 1831, 132. GLAZELEY shr Woodlands Hall Mostyn-Owen 1800+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. GREAT NESS shr Ness Strange Hall Edwards 1750+ Now a hotel. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HADNALL shr Hardwicke Grange Hill 1820+ Demolished. Built by 1st Viscount Hill. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 14. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, III, 1826. HAUGHTON shr Haughton Hall Moreton - Brigges - Brooke - Townshend med Rebuilt 1718 by Leigh Brooke. Passed to George B.B. Townshend [= Brooke]. Owned 1852 by Rev John Brooke. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 141. HODNET shr Hodnet Hall Vernon - Percy 1750+ Seat of the Vernon family; then Algernon Percy. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 159. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 293. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 20. KINLET shr Kinlet Hall Cornewall - Brampton - Blount - Lacon - Childe med Came to the Childe family in 1640. Rebuilt 1727+ for William Lacon Childe. Large library added in 1827. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 281. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 42. LEATON shr Leaton Knolls Lloyd 1835+ Built by J.A. Lloyd. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEIGHTON shr Leighton Hall Leighton - Kynnersley-Browne 1778+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 201. Contents sold Oct 17-22, 1927. [Anon] Leighton Hall. Derby: English Life, 1982. LILLESHALL shr Lilleshall Hall Leveson-Gower 1829

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Built by 1st Duke of Sutherland. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 191. LONGFORD shr Longford Hall Leeke 1785+ Built by Ralph Leeke, designed by Bonomi. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. W. West, Picturesque Views of Shropshire, 1831, 134. LONGNOR shr Longnor Hall Corbet - Plymley 1670 Built by Sir Richard Corbet, 2nd Bart. Passed to Ven Joseph Plymley in 1780+ - he assumed the name of Corbet in 1804. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 47. F. Leach, Seats, 1891, 89. LOPPINGTON shr Loppington House Dickin 1820? Owned 1854 by Thomas Dickin. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 119. LUDFORD shr Ludford House Charlton 1761+ Remodelled 1761 for Sir Francis Charlton, 4th Bart. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 35. LYDBURY shr Totterton Hall Whitaker 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LYDBURY NORTH shr Plowden Hall Plowden med Present building mostly Elizabethan. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 65. S. leighton, Shro[pshire Houses, 1901, 44. LYDBURY NORTH shr Walcot Hall Clive 1770+ Designed by Chambers for Clive of India. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 219. LYDHAM shr Oakeley Park Oakeley 1750+ Now known as Lydham Manor. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 143. MADELEY shr Madeley Court Brookes - Darby 1550+ Later lived in by Abraham Darby. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T. Garner, Domestic Architecture, II, 1911, 191. MARKET DRAYTON shr Oakley Hall [Park] Clive - Windsor-Clive - Chetwode med Library. Remodelled ca. 1710; again in 1815. Owned by Clive family since medieval times. owned by Robert Henry Clive, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Seat of the Earls of Plymouth. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 128. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 211. MARKET DRAYTON shr Pell Wall Sillitoe 1822 Built by Purney Sillitoe, designed by Sir John Soane. Now a school. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MILLICHOPE shr Millichope Park Pemberton 1835+ Built by Rev. R.N. Pemberton. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 42. Country Life, 161, 1977, 310, 370. MORE shr Linley Hall More 1742 Built by Robert More, botanist and traveller. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 81. MORETON SAY shr Shavington Needham 1685 Built for 6th Viscount Kilmorey. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 245. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 29. MORVILLE shr Aldenham Park Acton 1714+ Lord Acton added a library wing. His books at Cambridge UL. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 183. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 37. W. West, Picturesque Views, 1831, 126. NASH shr Nash Court

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Pardoe 1760+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 138. OSWESTRY shr Aston Hall Lloyd 1789+ Built by Rev. J.R. Lloyd, designed by James Wyatt. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 248. Contents sold July, 1923. OSWESTRY shr Llanforda Williams-Wynn 1710+ Rebuilt 1780. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 23. OSWESTRY shr Park Hall Powell - Charlton - Kinchant 1600+ Built by Thomas Powell. Passed to Sir Francis Charlton 1717. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 25. OSWESTRY shr Sweeney Hall Leighton 1805 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 389. PETTON shr Petton Park Otley 1575+ Built by Adam Otley. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PITCHFORD shr Pitchford Hall Ottley - Jenkinson 1540? Wooden structure. Owned by Ottley family from medieval times to 1806. Built by William Ottley, High Sherriff of Shropshire. Acquired by Jenkinson in 1806. Ownbed by Charles Cecil Cope Kenkinson, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 192. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 15. S. leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 3. PREES shr Prees Hall Hill - Black 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. QUATFORD shr Quatford Castle Smalman 1830 Built by John Smalman. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. QUATT shr Dudmaston Hall Wolrich - Weld - Whitmore 1710+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. M. Waterson, Dudmaston. 1983. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. RICHARD'S CASTLE shr Moor Park Foster 1720? Now a school. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 384. RICHARD'S CASTLE shr The Lodge Salwey 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. SELATTYN shr Brogyntyn Laken - Owen - Ormsby - Gore 1736 Also known as Porkington Hall. Owned in 19 cent. by the Lords Harlech. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 83. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats, 1891, 129. Contents sold Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 1955. J.P. Neale, Views, III, 1820. SHIFNAL shr Decker Hall Botfield - Garnett 1810+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. SHIFNAL shr Hatton Grange Kenyon - Slaney 1768 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 331. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 35. SHIPTON shr Shipton Hall Lutwyche 1587+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 161. SHREWSBURY shr Acton Reynald Hall Corbet 1601+ In the Corbet famiuly since medieval times. New house built ca. 1601. Enlarged in 1800 by Sir Andrew Corbet. Owned by Andrew Vincent Corbet - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 174. Jones, Views, I, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 71. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 47.

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SHREWSBURY shr Hardwick Grange Hull - Hill 1810+ Rebuilt by Lord Hill. Owned by Rowland Hill, Lord Hill - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. S. Jones, Views, 1829. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 14. SHREWSBURY shr Hawkestone Park [Hall] Hill 1630+ In the Hill family since ca. 1630. New house built by Sir Richard Hill in 1720. Owned by Sir Rowland Hill, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 74. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 61. SIBDON CARWOOD shr Sibdon Castle Freeman 1620+ Remodelled 1800. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Country Life, 141, 1967, 1372. STANTON LACY shr Downton Hall Rouse-Boughton 1750+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 71. W. West, Picturesque Views, 1831, 129. STANWARDINE-IN-THE-WOOD shr Stanwardine Hall Corbet 1588+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 18. STOCKTON shr Apley Park Whitmore 1811 Built for Thomas Whitmore. Large library. Now a school. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. STOKESAY shr Stokesay Castle Lawrence - Craven med Bought by the Craven family ca. 1620. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.F.A. Mason, Stokesay Castle. Derby: English Life, [1963]. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 241. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 47. SUTTON-UPON-TERN shr Buntingsdale Mackworth 1721 Built for Bulkeley Mackworth. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. TONG shr Tong Castle Durant 1765+ Built by General Durant, father of George Durent - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Large library. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. TONG shr Tong Castle Vernon - Stanley - Hames - Pierrepoint - Durant 1765 Old house rebuilt in 1765 by George Durant, who bought it in 1764. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 51. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 113. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. Owned 1853 by George C.S. Durant. UFFINGTON shr Sundorne Castle Corbet - Pigott 1740+ Owned by Mrs Corbet - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Large library. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 17. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 39. Library sold May 19-27, 1914. UPTON CRESSET shr Upton Cressett Hall Thursby-Pelham 1580+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WESTBURY shr Whitton Hall Topp - Child 1740+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WESTON RHYN shr Moreton Hall Wood 1660+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 209. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 74. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 13. WHITCHURCH shr Iscoyd Park Godsal 1740+ Large library. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. WHITTINGTON shr Halston Hall Mytton 1760+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 386. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 26. WILLEY shr Willey Park [Hall] Weld - Forester 1825+ Built by Lord Forester, designed by Louis Wyatt. In the Weld family since 1660+. Owned by Cecil Weld Forester,

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Lord Forester - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 78. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 135. S. Leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 36. WORFIELD shr Davenport House Davenport 1726 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 213. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 153. WROCKWARDINE shr Orleton Hall Cludde 1720+ Remodelled ca. 1830. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. F. Leach, Seats of Shropshire, 1891, 305. SOMERSET ALFOXTON som Alfoxton Park St Albyn 1744+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 186. Built by John St Albyn. In the St Albyn family since 1439. Remodelled ca. 1840. Owned by Langley St Albyn 1852. ANDERSFIELD som Halswell House [Park] Tynte 1689 Rebuilt in 1689 by Sir Halswell Tynte. Owned by Charles Kemeys Kemeys Tynte, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 110. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. BAGBOROUGH som Bagborough House Popham 1820+ Built by Thomas Popham. Owned 1852 by Francis Popham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 236. BATH som Prior Park Allen - Smith 1750? Built by Ralph Allen (d. 1764). Owned by Mrs Smith [?] - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 224. BATHFORD som Warleigh House Skrine family from 1440? To1950. Owned by Henry Skrine - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. The estate in the family since ca. 1600. Now Claverton Manor housing the American Museum. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 176. J. Britton, Devonshire, 1832, 94. BISHOPS LYDEARD som Cothelstone House Esdaile 1800+ Built by Edward Jeffries Esdaile - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 153. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BISHOPS LYDEARD som Sandhill Park Lethbridge 1720 Owned by Sir Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 17. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BRISLINGTON som Wick House Withering 1720? Owned by William Withering - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. BRISTOL som Brockley Hall Pigott 1700+ In the Pigott family since 1528. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. BRYMPTON som Brympton d'Evercy d'Evercy - Sydenham - Clive-Ponsonby-Fane 1760? C.J. Richardson, Old English Mansions, III, 1845. C. Clive-Ponsonby-Fane. Brympton d'Evercy. Derby: English Life, [1974]; 1976; 1978. CASTLE CARY som Hadspen House Player - Dickinson - Hobhouse 1750+ Once owned by the Dukes of Somerset, bought 1680 by John Player. Acquired by the Dickinsons ca. 1770. Bought by Henry Hobhouse QC in 1785. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. CLAVERTON som Claverton Manor. Skrine family from 1874. See also Warleigh House at Bathford,

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CLEVEDON som Clevedon Court Wake - Digby - Elton 1570+ John Digby, Earl of Bristol (d. 1653). Library dates from 1570, built by Wake family. Bought 1709 by Sir AQbraham Elton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 218. R. Cooke, West Country Houses, 1957, 22. E. & M.A. Elton, Clevedon Court, 1972. Owned 1853 by Sir Charles A. Elton. CROWCOMBE som Crowcombe Court Carew - Bernard 1725+ Built by Thomas Carew (d. 1766) in 1725+. Passed to James Bernard 1766. Bernard died in 1811. Bodley has cat. of books and MSS. Curators Report, 1977-78. DILLINGTON som Dillington House Seymour - Travel - Speke - North - Hanning 1580+ Edward Seymour; then Sir Thomas Travel (1684); George Speke (1724);then Frederick Lord North. Owned by John Hanning - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 141. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DINDER som Dinder House Rodney - Hicks 1802 Built on site of old Manor House. by Rev. William Somerville. Passed to Somerville family ca. 1780. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 102. DUNSTER som Dunster Castle Luttrell - Fownes - Fownes-Luttrell 1620+ Remodelled by Anthony Salvin 1868-72. Home of the Luttrell family. Interesting library. [Anon] Dunster Castle, [1954?] D. Dodd, Dunster Castle. London, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 207. J. Collinson, History of Somerset, II, 1791, 12. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 43. E.I. Musgrave. Dunster Castle. Derby: English Life, [1955]; [1968]. ENMORE som Enmore Castle Malet - Perceval med Built by John Perceval, 1st Earl of Egmont (1730). Owned by John Perceval, 4th Earl of Egmont - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. FARLEIGH-HUNGERFORD som Farleigh House Hungerford - Baynton - Houlton med Owned by the Hungerfords from 1335. Sold to the Bayntons in 1686. Ca. 1717 sold to Joseph Houlton. Several remodellings. Owned 1853 by John T. Houlton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 118. HATCH BEAUCHAMP som Hatch Court Beauchamp - Seymour - Clifton med Built ca. 1780. Owned by Thomas Clifton - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Owned by Dr & Mrs Robin Odgers. J. Collinson, History of Somerset, I, 1791, 44. HINTON som Hinton St George Poulett med C.G. Winn, The Pouletts of Hinton St George. London, [1976]. Re-modelled ca. 1800. Owned by John Poulett, Earl Poulett - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855. 114. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ILCHESTER som Lytes Cary Lyte med Lyte family. Some early books including Henry Lyte's copy of the 1578 herbal with his annotations. Lyte family papers in BL – Add. Mss. 60318 A-B. W. George, Lytes Cary Manor House. Bristol, [1879]. Country Life, 102, 1947, 178, 228. KILMERSDON som Ammerdown Park Joliffe 1810 Built by T.S. Joliffe. [Anon] Description of the Mansion. London, 1857. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 112. R. Cooke, West Country Houses, 1957, 144. KING WESTON som King Weston Bower - Swadling - Dickinson med Built ca. 1760. Owned by William Dickinson, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. LEIGH som Leigh Court Norton - Miles 1570? Norton family ftrom ca. 1556. Bought 1808 by Philip J. Miles, MP. New house built ca. 1820. Owned 1852 by William Miles. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 257. MARSTON som Marston House Boyle 1620+ Owned by Edmund Boyle, 8th Earl of Cork & Orrery - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. III, 1820. C. Campbell, Vitruvius

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Britannicus, IV, 1739. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MONTACUTE som Montacute House Phelips 1590+ Built for Sir Edward Phelips (d. 1614), Speaker of the House of Commons. Library created from the former Great Chamber. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, vol. IV, 1828. H.A. Tipping, The Story of Montacute, 1947. National Trust. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. SHAPWICK som Shapwick House Rolle - Templar - Hill - Taylor - Warry 1620? Built by John Rolle (d. 1648). Sold 1788 to George Templar; 1804 to Edmund Hill; passed to Rev Elias Taylor; then George Warry., owner in 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 176. WELLS som Wells Palace Law med Owned by Rev. George Henry Law, Bishop of Bath and Wells - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WILLITON som Orchard Wyndham Wyndham 1550+ Wyndham family since 1528. Much remodelling. Small library. E.R. Delderfield, West Country Houses, I, 1968, 105. STAFFORDSHIRE ALTON sta Alton Abbey Talbot 1780? Charles Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Also known as Alton Towers. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. ALTON sta Alton Towers Talbot 1660+ Original castle destroyed in the Civil War. In the Talbot family since 15 cent. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 127. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 67. J.P. Neale, Views, IV, 1821. Library sold on June 22, 1857. ASHBOURNE sta Ilam Hall Hanbury 1820+ Old house pulled down in 1820. Owned by Robert W. Hanbury, M.P. - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 78. Contents sold Nov 2-6, 1925. BISHTON sta Bishton Hall Sparrow 1750? Owned by John Sparrow - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BLITHFIELD sta Blithfield [Hall] Bagot med In the Bagot family since 1367. Numerous changes and alterations. Owned by William Bagot, Lord Bagot - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Nancy C. Bagot, Blithfield Hall. Derby, [1956?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 126. S. Jones, Views, 1929. N.C. Bagot. Blithfield Hall. Derby: English Life, [1956]; 1979. (Several reprints). CALWICH sta Calwich Abbey Fleetwood - Granville - Dewes - Duncombe 1550+ M.T. Fortescue, The History of Calwich Abbey. London, [1915]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 269. Passed from the Fleetwoods to the Granville; then the Dewes [= Granville]. Rebuilt ca. 1780. Often visited by Handel. CHECKLEY sta Beamshurst Hall Smith - Mountfort 1620+ Remodelled 1780+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 202. HALES sta Hales Hall Smallwood - Buchanan 1800 Built by Thomas Smallwood - Bought 1824 by Alexander H. Buchanan, and enlarged. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 179. HIMLEY sta Himley Hall Dudley 1780? Library. Shaw illustrates old house - new house built ca. 1780. Owned in 1801 by Lord Dudley. In Dudley family since 15 cent. S. Shaw, Staffordshire, II, 1801, 224. Library sold May 20, 1924. INGESTRE sta Ingestre Hall Talbot 1580? Owned by the Talbot family. Owned by Charles Chetwynd Talbot Chetwynd, Lord Talbot - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. G.A. Lowther. Ingestre Hall. Derby: English Life, [1956]; [1957]. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829.

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KEELE sta Keele Hall Sneyd 1581+ Old house built by Ralph Sneyd was damaged in the Civil War. Pulled down in 1855. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1880. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 231. KING'S BROMLEY sta King's Bromley Hall Lane - Agard 1720+ In the Lane family since 16 cent.; Agard till 1670; sold to Newton; then back to Lane. Owned by Mrs Lane - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 115. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LEEK sta Ashcombe Park Sneyd 1780+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. LICHFIELD sta Armitage Park Lister 1780? Had a large library. Owned by Thomas Lister - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 211. Jones, Views, 1829. LICHFIELD sta Beaudesert Park Paget 1575 Built by Thomas Paget, 3rd Baron Paget (d. 1590). Owned by Henry William Paget, Marquess of Anglesea - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 97. S. Jones, Views, 1829. R. Plot, Staffordshire, 1686, 126. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. S. Shaw, Staffordshire, I, 1798, 221-22. LICHFIELD sta Maple Hayes Atkinson 1800+ Built by John Atkinson - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. OXLEY sta Oxley Manor Leveson - Huskisson - Staveley-Hill med F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. ROLLESTON sta Rolleston Hall Mosley med In the Mosley family since medieval times. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 60. RUGELEY sta Bellamour Hall Aston - Blount - Oldham 1650+ Built by Herbert Aston. Rebuilt ca. 1800. Sold by Edward Blount to J.O. Oldham ca. 1830. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 266. RUGELEY sta Hagley Hall Lyttelton - Weston - Curzon 1650? Built by Sir Richard Weston (d. 1658). Bought by Viscount Curzon (1729-1820). Owned by Robert Curzon, M.P. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. [Anon] Hagley Hall. Derby: English Life, [1959]. RUGELEY sta Wolseley Hall Wolseley med Many times added to. Owned by Sir Charles Wolseley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SANDON sta Sandon Hall [Park] Ryder 1770? Rebuilt ca. 1770. Bought in 1776 by Nathaniel Ryder, Lord Harrowby. Owned by Dudley Ryder, 1st Earl of Harrowby - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. [Anon] A Guide to Sandon Park. London, 1854. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. SHUGBOROUGH sta Shugborough Park Anson 1760+ In the Anson family since ca. 1620. Enlarged by Thomas Anson in 1760. Owned by Thomas William Anson, Viscount Anson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. 6 bookplates in Franks. S. Jones, Views, 1829. STONE sta Swinnerton Hall Fitzherbert 1710? Owned by Thomas Fitzherbert - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. STONE sta Trentham Hall Gower - Leveson 1690? Owned by George Grenville Leveson Gower, Marquess of Stafford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. S. Jones, Views, 1829. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 256. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866.

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TIXALL sta Tixall House Aston - Clifford 1750+ Orginally owned by the Aston family. See Arthur Clifford, Tixall Letter (London, 1815). Owned by Sir Thomas Clifford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Clifford published A Topographical and Historical Description of ... Tixall (Paris, 1817)- BL. S. Jones, Views, 1829. UTTOXETER sta Loxley Park [Hall] Kynnersley med Owned by the Kynnersley family since Edward III. Owned by Thomas Sneyd Kynnersley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 125. WESTON sta Weston Hall [Park] Bridgeman - Newport - Vavasour 1660? Owned by George Augustus Frederick Henry Bridgeman, Earl of Bradfors - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. D.H. Trumble, Weston Park. Derby, 1964. F. Leach, Seats pof Shropshire, 1891, 345. S. leighton, Shropshire Houses, 1901, 32. WOLVERHAMPTON sta Wombourne Wodehouse Woodhouse - Hellier - Shaw-Hellier 1580+ Many alterations: 1666 by Edward Wodehouse (d. 1688); acquired by Samuel Hellier 1708 (friend of Handel); remodelled 1740+. Hellier bought numerous Handel MSS. New Temple built by James Gandon 1768. Inherited by Rev Thomas Shaw in 1784, who adopted the name Shaw-Hellier. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. WOOTON sta Wooton Hall Davenport - Bromley 1580+ Wooton Hall was visited by Rousseau in 1766. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 22-3. Owned 1854 by Rev Walter D. Bromley. Bromley family from ca. 1700. Enlarged ca. 1830. SUFFOLK ACTON suf Acton Place Jennens 1720+ Mostly demolished 1825; remainder in 1961. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. AMPTON suf Ampton Hall Paley 1700+ Destroyed by fire 1885. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions in Suffolk, 1818, 79. ASPALL suf Aspall Hall Chevalier 1620+ Altered ca. 1710. C.B. Chevalier introduced cider here in 1728. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 160. ASSINGTON suf Assington Hall Gurdon - Frere 1580+ Burned 1957. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. ATHELINGTON suf Athelington Hall Marriott 1620+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BACTON suf Manor House Pretyman 1720+ Built by George Pretyman. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARHAM suf Barham Hall Compton-Thornhill 1810+ Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARHAM suf Shrubland Park Bacon - Saumarez 1770+ Built by Rev John Bacon. Remodelled by Barry. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 209. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 183. BARKING suf Barking Hall Crowley - Ashburnham 1720+ Demolished 1926. The Ashburnham Earldom was created in 1730. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BARSHAM suf Ashman's Hall Rede 1500+ In the Rede family since 15 cent. House largely Elizabethan. Rebuilt ca. 1810. Owned by Rev. Robert Rede Rede -

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J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. BARSHAM suf Rose Hall Nelson 1739 Built by Joshua Nelson. 19 cent owners? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 123. BECCLES suf Roos Hall Suckling 1593 Bought by Sir John Suckling (poet's father) in 1613. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 165. BEDINGFIELD suf Flemings Hall Bedingfield 1550+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BELTON suf Browston Hall Love 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 169. BENACRE suf Benacre Hall Carthew - Gooch 1763+ Burned 1926. Built by Thomas Carthew; bought by Rev Sir Thomas Gooch (d. 1754). Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BLUNDESTON suf Blundeston House Rix - Johnson 1785+ Built by Nathaniel Rix, designed by Soane. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 314. BOULGE suf Boulge Hall FitzGerald 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRADFIELD COMBUST suf Bradfield Hall Young 1820+ Seat of Arthur Young, agriculturist. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRAMFIELD suf Bramfield Hall Rabett 1720+ Numerous alterations in the 18 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 316. M.E.O Smith, Bramfield Church and Village. Bramfiedl, 1945. Frequently reprinted. Owned by the Rabett family since the 16 century. An Elizabethan fireplace was recently discovered. BRAMFORD suf Bramford Hall Loraine 1750+ Altered 19 cent. Seat of the Loraine Barts. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRAMPTON suf Brampton Hall Orgill - Leman 1795 The old house burned in 1733. Rebuilt 1795 by Rev. N.T. Orgill. In 1807 Orgills took the name Leman. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 221. BRANDON suf Brandon Hall Angerstein 1720+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BREDFIELD suf Bredfield House FitzGerald 1665+ Demolished 1950. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRETTENHAM suf Brettenham Park Beale - Bonaparte 1580+ Seat of the Beales; rebuilt for Joseph Bonaparte, ex-King of Naples. Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BRIGHTWELL suf Brightwell Hall Barnardiston 1580+ Demolished ca. 1780. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BROKE suf Broke Hall Broke 1530+ In the Broke family since 1520. Rebuilt ca. 1773 and 1791 by James Wyatt. Owned by Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. BROME suf Brome Hall Cornwallis 1820+ Built by the 1st Marquess Cornwallis. Demolished 1963. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III,

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1981. BURES suf Bevills Waldegrave 1500+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BURES suf Smallbridge Hall Waldegrave 1550+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. BURY ST EDMUNDS suf Hardwick House Cullum 1580+ Huge library added by Sir Thomas Cullum 1845. Suffolk Record Office. Demolished 1925. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 88. BURY ST EDMUNDS suf Stowlangtoft Hall D'Ewes - Rawlinson - Wilson 1620? Owned by Sir Simonds D'Ewes. Then Sir Walter Rawlinson. Pulled down in 1859. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 109; II, 1855, 216. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 206. Contents sold June 28-July 15, 1920. CHELSWORTH suf Chelsworth Hall Blakenham - Philibert - Howard - Venn - Pocklington - Austen 1600? Bought 1737 by Serjeant Pocklington; Sir Robert Pocklington (d. 1841). Owned 1853 by Sir Henry E. Austen. CHILTON suf Chilton Hall Meeking 1550+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 212. Contents sold July 21, 1982. CLARE suf Clare Priory Barker - May med Acquired by the Barkers 18 cent.; passed to May. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 304. CONEY WESTON suf Coney Weston Hall Bridgman 1810+ Rebuilt by Edward Bridgman who acquired the house in 1805. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. COWLINGE suf Branches Park Simpson 1760+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. CULFORD suf Culford Hall Bacon - Cornwallis - Cadogan 1650+ Built by Sir Nathaniel Bacon. Remodelled for the Cornwallis family since 1790+. Owned by Charles Cornwallis, Marquess Cornwallis - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 99. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 78. DALHAM suf Dalham Hall Patrick - Affleck 1705+ Built by Simon Patrick, Bishop of Ely. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Bookplate of Sir James Affleck (d. 1833) in Franks - see Private DB. DENSTON suf Denston Hall Leader 1720+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. DRINKSTONE suf Drinkstone Park Powell 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 117. EASTON suf Easton Park Bullen - Nassau 1750+ Seat of the Earls of Rochford. Passsed to the Dukes of Hamilton. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. EDWARDSTONE suf Edwardstone Hall Waldegrave - Brand - French - Dawson 1600? Pulled down in 1830+ and rebuilt by Charles Dawson, owner in 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 186. ERWARTON suf Erwarton Hall Parker - Berners 1550+ Built by Sir Philip Parker. Sold to the Berners family of Woolverstone 1775. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 149. EXNING suf Exning House

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Shepherd 1734 Built for a Mr Shepherd. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. FAKENHAM suf Euston Hall Euston - Bennet - Fitzroy 1665? Built by Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington. Owned by Henry Fitzroy, created Earl of Euston in 1672. Home of the Dukes of Grafton. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Fire 1900. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 226. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 109. FARNHAM suf Farnham Hall Kent - Howard 1760 Built by Sir Charles Egleton Kent. Owned by Bernard Edward Howard, Duke of Norfolk - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. FLIXTON suf Flixton Hall Tasburgh - Wyburn - Adair 1615 Built by Sir John Tasburgh in 1615, designed by Inigo Jones. Owned by the Wyburn family ca. 1630. Bought by William Adair, father of the owner Alexander Adair - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Replaced by Salvin. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 101. FORNHAM ST GENEVIEVE suf Fornham Hall [Park] Kent - Howard - Manners 1780+ Built by Sir Charles Kent, designed by James Wyatt. Sold to the 11th Duke of Norfolk in 1789. Passed to Lord Manners. Demolished 1951. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. MS cat. 1820 in Arundel archives. Orig. house built by Sir William Gage. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 94; II, 1855, 160. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 76. J.P. Neale, Views, IV, 1821. FRAMSDEN suf Framsden Hall Radclyffe - Wythe 1550+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 172. FRESSINGFIELD suf Ufford Hall Sancroft 1670+ Archbishop Sancroft lived here 1690-93. Other owners? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 175. GIPPING suf Gipping Hall Tyrell med Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. GLEVERING suf Glevering Hall Arcedekne - Burton 1792+ Built by Claoner Arcedekne. Additions by Decimus Burton 1835. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 65. H. Davy, Seats, 1827. GREAT BARTON suf Barton Hall Folkes - Hanmer - Bunbury 1750+ Built by Thomas Folkes; passed to Sir Thomas Hanmer, Speaker of the House; inherited ca. 1746 by Rev Sir William Bunbury 6th Bart. who built a splendid library. Burned 1914. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 105. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 100. GREAT FINBOROUGH suf Finborough Hall Pettiward 1795 Pettiwards here till 1930s. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. White's Suffolk Directory, 1844. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 150. T. Garratt, Halls of Norfolk, 1890. GREAT LIVERMERE suf Livermere Park [Hall] Fitzroy - Lee - Acton 1700? Built by - Coke - left to Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton. Bought by Baptist Lee ca. 1725. Nathaniel Lee Acton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 180. GREAT SAXHAM suf Saxham Hall Mure - Mills 1750+ Burned 1779. House completed 1790s for T. Mills. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 174. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 97. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 232. GREAT THURLOW suf Thurlow Hall Smith 1760+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. GRUNDISBURGH suf Grundisburgh Hall Blois - Gurdon 1500+ Sold by Sir John Blois to Brampton Gurdon 1771. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HARTEST suf Chadacre Hall

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Hallifax 1834 Built by Thomas Hallifax. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 207. HAUGHLEY suf Haughley Park Sulyard - Pretyman 1620+ Built by John Sulyard. Fire in 1961. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 168. H. davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 185. HELMINGHAM suf Helmingham Hall Tollemache - Manners 1500+ Tollemache - Earls of Dysart. Remodelled ca. 1750, 1800, 1841. Accounts and library catalogue 1587-88. Suffolk RO (Ipswich) - HA 411. Neale, vol. IV, 1821. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 33. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 189. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 154. HEMINGSTONE suf Hemingstone Hall Martin 1625 Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 234. HENGRAVE suf Hengrave Hall Kytson - Gage 1530+ Built by Sir Thomas Kytson, a London merchant. Modified in 1775. Owned by Sir Edward Rokewood Gage - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 71. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 74. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 157. Contents sold Sep 15-18, 1952. HENHAM suf Henham Hall Rous 1793+ Original Hall burned down in 1773. Rebuilt in 1797, designed by James Wyatt. In the Rous family since 1545. Owned by John Rous, Lord Rous - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 180. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 125. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. HENSTEAD suf Henstead Hall Clarke 1780+ Clarkes owned the estate since 16 cent. to 1840. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. HERRINGFLEET suf Herringfleet Hall Jernegan - Bedell - Aubrey - Taverner - Bacon - Leathes med Jernegan family from 1546 to 1630.; then Mathew Bedell; Aubrey; Taverner; Bacon; Leathes. Owned 1852 by Henry Mussenden Leathes. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 116. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 235. HEVENINGHAM suf Heveningham Hall Bence - Vanneck 1777 Rebuilt in 1777 by Sir Gerard Vanneck around a Queen Anne building. Furniture designed by James Wyatt. Large library. Bought in 1752 by Sir Joshua Vanneck (d. 1777); house rebuilt by Sir Gerard Vanneck. Originally belonged to Heveningham family. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Large library. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 97. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold July 19-23, 1915. Acquired by the Government (including the furniture &c.) in 1970. Priivately owned since 1982. [Anon] Heveningham Hall. Heveningham, 1982. HINTLESHAM suf Hintlesham Hall Timperley - Powys - Lloyd - Lloyd-Anstruther 1580+ Owned by the Timperley family since 1454. Rebuilt by Thomas Timperley ca. 1580. Recusant family. G.H. Ryan, Timperley of Hintlesham. London, 1931. New front ca. 1725. Sold to Richard Powys in 1720. Bought by Richard Lloyd 1747. Inherited by Col. Robert H. Lloyd-Anstruther 1837. Now a hotel and restaurant. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 120. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 144. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. Contents sold June 16-19, 1909. Norman Scarfe, Hintlesham Hall. Hintlesham Hall, 1988. The library (ca. 1740) and its book-cases survive, but the books were sold in 1909. HOPTON suf Hopton Hall Plumridge 1825+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. HORRINGER suf Ickworth House Hervey 1795 Built by Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol, and Bishop of Derry. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. G. Jackson-Stops, Ickworth. London, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 78. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 158. [Anon] Ickworth House. National Trust, 1998. Ca. 5,000 books remain in the Library and the East Corridor. HOXNE suf Oakley Park Cornwallis - Kerrison 1830

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Remodelled by Smirke for Sir Edward Kerrison. Earlier housed owned by the Marquess Cornwallis. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Formerly known as Oxne Hall. Country Life, 23, 1908, 18. Contents sold July 10, 1919. HUNSTON suf Hunston Hall Heigham 1720+ Burned 1925. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. IPSWICH suf Christchurch Mansion Withipoll - Devereux - Fonnereau 1550+ Built by Paul Withipoll. Fire in 1674. The Fonnereaus bought the house from 9th Viscount Hereford in 1732. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, 1818, 124. IPSWICH suf Orwell Park Vernon - Harland - Tomline 1700? Originally owned by Admiral Edward Vernon (d. 1757), M.P. for Ipswich. Bought by Sir Robert Harland, Admiral. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Altered 1851. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 28. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 85. IPSWICH suf Sproughton Chantry Collinson 1750? Charles Streynsham Collinson. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 179. IPSWICH suf Stoke Park Belstead 1810+ Large library. Demolished 1930s. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KENTON suf Kenton Hall Garney 1700+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. KESGRAVE suf Kesgrave Hall Tomline - Pretyman 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. LITTLE GLEMHAM suf Glemham Hall Glemham - North 1580+ Sold to the Norths 17 cent. Library built 1811 for Dudley North. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. [Anon] Glemham Hall, [1975]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 18. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 81. LONG MELFORD suf Kentwell Hall Clopton - D'Ewes - Darcy - Robinson - Moore - Bence 1570+ Owned by Clopton family; then by Sir Symonds D'Ewes (d. 1650); then Darcy family; then Thomas Robinson; sold to John Moore ca. 1710. Owned by Richard Moore - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Remodelled in 1825 by Hopper. Bought by the Bence family 1838. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 59. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 190. LONG MELFORD suf Melford Hall Cordell - Firebrace - Parker - Hopper 1578+ Built by William Cordell, Speaker of the House. Cordells to ca. 1720. Acquired by Sir Henry Parker of Honington. Owned by Sir William Parker - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. National Trust. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 58. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. U.H. Parker. Melford Hall. Derby: English Life, [1957]. MARLESFORD suf Marlesford Hall Shuldham - Schreiber 1800+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. MILDENHALL suf Manor House Bunbury 1620+ Seat of the Bunbury Barts. Demolished 1934. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. NORTON suf Little Haugh Hall Macro 1730+ Built by Cox Macro, Chaplain to George II. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 123, 1958, 1238. OTLEY suf Otley Hall Gosnold 1500+ Built by Robert Gosnold. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. East Anglian Daily Times, Jan-Mar, 1929. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 194. Country Life, 65, 1912, 152. OUSDEN suf Ousden Hall Moseley - Hand - Ireland 1610? Also spelled Owsden. Sold to Rev James T. Hand in 1804. 1834 passed to Thomas J. Ireland, owner in 1852. J.B.

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Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 34. PARHAM suf Parham Old Hall Willoughby 1650+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 79. Country Life, 10, 1901, 264. PETTISTREE suf Loudham Hall Whitbread 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 196. POLSTEAD suf Polstead Hall Cooke 1580+ Altered 1818. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 240. PRESTON suf Preston Hall Reyce 1575+ Associated with the antiquary Robert Reyce. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 198. REDGRAVE suf Redgrave Hall Bacon - Holt - Wilson 1600+ Owned by the Bacons till 1703, when bought by Sir John Holt. Admiral Wilson. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Remodelled 1765 for Rowland Holt, M.P. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 91. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 115. REDISHAM suf Redisham Hall Garden 1823 Built by John Garden. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. REYDON suf Reydon Hall Ewen 1682+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. RUSHBROOKE suf Rushbrooke Hall Rushbrooke - Jermyn - Davers 1580+ In Rushbrooke family since 13 century. Colonel Robert Rushbrooke. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Burned 1961. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 42. Contents sold Dec 10-11, 1919. SAFFRON WALDEN suf Audley End House Howard - Griffin - Neville 1610? Built by Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk(d. 1626). Bought by Charles II in 1669. Reconveyed to the Howards in 1701. Acquired in 1747 by Lady Portsmouth who bequeathed it to her nephew, Sir John Griffin Whitwell, on condition that he changed his name to Griffin. Many alterations made by Lord Howard - 1st Lord Braybrooke (d. 1797). Passed in 1797 to Richard A. Neville. The present library was created between 1820 and 1825 by the 3rd Lord Braybrooke. Subsequently much demolished and re-modelled. Owned by Sir John Griffin Griffin. KentworthyBrowne, Guide, III, 1981. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. William Addison, Audley End. London, 1953. J.D. Williams, Audley End. 1966. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 86. J.A. Rush, Seats in Essex, 1897, 21. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. [Anon] Audley End. London, HMSO, 1958; frequently reprinted. SANTON DOWNHAM suf Downham Hall Paulet 1750+ Altered 1836 by Lord William Paulet. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. SHELLEY suf Shelley Hall Tylney 1530+ Built by Sir Philip Tylney. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 200. SOMERLEYTON suf Somerleyton Hall Wentworth - Allen - Anguish - Crossley - Peto 1650? Owned by Sir Thomas Wentworth till 1669. Allen family 1669-1794. Bought by Thomas Anguish in 1794. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Rebuilt by Samuel M. Peto 1844. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 38. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 71. SOTTERLEY suf Sotterley Hall Playter - Barne 1746+ The Barne family acquired the house in 1744 and promptly rebuilt the Jacobean house of the Playters. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 136. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. STANNINGFIELD suf Coldham Hall Rookwood 1574+ Built by Robert Rookwood. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981.

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STOKE-BY-CLARE suf Stoke College Elwes - Loch 1720+ Seat of the Elwes and the Lords Loch. Lutyens altered the house 1897. Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 108. STOKE-BY-NAYLAND suf Gifford's Hall Mannock 1430+ Owned by the Mannocks till ca. 1880. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 130. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 70. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 202. STOW UPLAND suf Columbine Hall Tyrell - Gardiner - Poley 1570+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 294. STOWMARKET suf Abbott's Hall Lynch - Marriott 1760? Edward Lynch (d. 1738); Henry Lynch (d. 1806). Owned by William Lynch (d. 1797) 1764. Passed to Marriott family. By 1844 owned by Mrs M.D. Marriott. White's Suffolk Directory, 1844. Copinger, Manors of Suffolk, VI, 231. STUTTON suf Crepping Hall Packard 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. STUTTON suf Crowe Hall Latimer - Reade 1605+ Added to 1821 by the Reades. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 208. STUTTON suf Stutton Hall Jermy 1553+ Altered ca. 1810+. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 150. SUDBOURNE suf Sudbourne Hall Seymour 1784 Designed by James Wyatt for 1st Marquess of Hertford. Demolished 1953. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. TENDRING suf Tendering Hall Rowley 1780+ Designed by Soane. Demolished 1955. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 101. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 71. THEBERTON suf Theberton Hall Doughty 1792 Home of Charles Doughty. Remodelled 1852. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THORINGTON suf Thorington Hall Bence 1819 Built by Col Henry Bence. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 283. THORPE MORIEUX suf Thorpe Morieux Hall Risby 1550+ Seat of the Risby family from 1550 to ca. 1780. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. THURSTON suf Nether Hall Ashfield - Bright - Tyrell - Bassett - Greene 1500+ Many changes in ownership. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. TROSTON suf Troston Hall Capel - Maddocks 1580+ Refaced 1875. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 235. UBBESTON suf Ubbeston Hall ? 1750? MS cat. - BL MS Add. 19186. WEST STOW suf West Stow Hall Crofts - Cadogan 1530+ Built by Sir John Crofts. Owned by the Cadogans 19 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 77. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 213. WETHERINGSETT suf Wetheringsett Rectory Teulon 1842+ Built by S.S. Teulon as a rectory. Now renamed the Manor. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses,

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III, 1981. WHERSTEAD suf Wherstead Lodge Harland 1792+ Built by a Harland Bart. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WICKHAMBROOK suf Badmondisfield Hall Bromley 1550+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 216. WICKHAMBROOK suf Gifford's Hall Heigham 1480+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 222. WINGFIELD suf Wingfield Castle Pole - Adair 1545+ Early history? Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 20. WISSINGTON suf Wiston Hall Beechcroft 1791+ Designed by Soane for Samuel Beechcroft, a director of the Bank of England. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WITHERSDALE suf Mendham Priory Rant 1810+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. WITNESHAM suf Witnesham Hall Mynter - Meadowe 1580+ Seat of the Meadowe family to 20 cent. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 202. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 288. WOODBRIDGE suf Rendlesham Hall Thellusson med Built ca. Edward III. Owned by P.I. Thellusson, Lord Rendlesham. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. KentworthyBrowne [et al], Guide, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 57. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. WOOLVERSTONE suf Woolverstone Hall Berners 1770+ Now a school. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, I, 1818, 147. WORLINGHAM suf Worlingham Hall Sparrow 1750+ Bought by the Sparrows in 1755. Large library. Remodelled ca. 1800 for Roben Sparrow. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 123. H. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. E. Sandon, Suffolk Houses, 1977, 241. WORTHAM suf Wortham Manor Betts 1750+ Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. Country Life, 119, 1956, 1174, 1228. WRENTHAM suf Wrentham Hall Brewster 1560+ Seat of the Brewsters 1576-1810. Demolished. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. YOXFORD suf Cockfield Hall Brooke - Blois 1613+ Seat of the Blois Bart. since 1693. Kentworthy-Browne [et al], Guide to Country Houses, III, 1981. T.K. Cromwell, Excursions, II, 1819, 96. G. Davy, Seats in Suffolk, 1827. SURREY ABINGER sur Parkhurst Spence - Durnford - Macartney - Lynd - Perrin - Parkhurst 1750+ Built by John Spence. Sold 1766 to Richard Durnford. Owned by Lord Macartney ca. 1780. Enlarged by William P. perrin 1800+. Charles Lynd 1799. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. ADDINGTON sur Addington Place [Park] Trecothick 1750? Owned by John Ivers Trecothick - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. C. Campbell, New Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 87. ALBURY sur Albury Park Howard - Finch - Thornton - Drummond 1640+

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Home of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel. Finch family, Earls of Aylesford (ca. 1700). Samuel Thornton (1794). Owned by Henry Drummond - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Country Houses Association. [Anon] Albury Park, [1950?]. J.B. Burke, Visitations, II, 1853, 85. O. Manning, Surrey, II, 1804, 125. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 17. ARTINGTON sur Braboeuf Manor Wight 1580+ Owned by the Wight family from 1600 to 1905. Large library dating from early 17 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 161. ARTINGTON sur Loseley House More 1569+ Built by Sir William More. Rich archives - now in PRO. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. [Anon] Loseley Park. Derby: English Life, [1960]; [1969]. ASH sur Manor House Tichborne - Tekell 1600+ Owned by Tichborne family to 1790. Passed to Tekell. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. ASHSTEAD sur Ashtead Park Howard 1660? Owned by the Howard family since 1660. Fulke Greville Howard. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. BANSTEAD sur Garratt's Hall Lambert - Ladbroke - Clowes 1660+ Rebuilt by John Lambert. Sold 1705 to Ladbroke family; remodelled ca. 1710. 1720 Clowes family. Reverted to Lamberts in 1850. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. BANSTEAD sur Nork House Buckle 1740+ Built by Christopher Buckle (d. 1759). Owned by Admiral Matthew Buckle. Buckles to 1847. Bought by Earl of Egmont. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 29. BANSTEAD sur The Oaks Stanley 1750? Edmund Smith Stanley, Earl of Derby. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. BARNES sur Barn Elms Cartwright - Hoare 1710+ Abraham Cowley lived here. 1750 Sir Richard Hoare (d. 1754). Hoares to 1827. The Kit Kat Club met here. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. BATTERSEA sur Bolingbroke House St John - Spencer 1720+ Sold in 1763 to John Viscount Spencer. Spencer family to 20 cent. Partly destroyed by fire in 1780. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. BEDDINGTON sur Beddington Park [Place] Carew 1550+ Built by Sir Francis Carew. Rebuilt by Sir Nicholas Carew (d. 1727) in 1710. Became an asylum by 1860. Fire in 1865. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 37. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 51. Contents sold June 26-29, 1852. BETCHWORTH sur Betchworth Place [House] Freeman - Bouverie - Goulburn 1670+ Built by Sir Ralph Freeman. Freemans to 1786. Owned by William H. Bouverie. Sold to Henry Goulburn 1817. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 93. BLECHINGLEY sur Pendell Court Holman - Lee - Perkins 1624 Built by George Holman. Robert Holman (d. 1664). Passed to Thomas Lee; John Perkins ca. 1810. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. BLECHINGLEY sur Pendell Park Glydd - Jelf - Biscoe - Perkins 1636 Built by Richard Glydd (d. 1665), designed by Inigo Jones. Plans includes a study. Owned by John Glydd MP (d. 1689). Sold 1690 to Andrew Jelf; sold to Joseph S. Biscoe 1803; 1811 to John B. Perkins. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. O. Manning, Surrey, II, 1804. CAMBERWELL sur Grove Hill Lettsom 1790 Built by John C. Lettsom. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. CARSHALTON sur Carshalton House Radcliffe - Broadhead 1700? Built by Dr John Radcliffe (d. 1714). Owned by Theodore Henry Broadhead. Large library - W. Watts, The Seats of

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the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. CARSHALTON sur Carshalton House Radcliffe - Fellowes - Hardwick 1710+ Owned by Dr John Radcliffe (d. 1714). Bought by Sir John Fellowes; Lord Chancellor Hardwick. A school 1849-93. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. CHERTSEY sur Ashley Park Fletcher - Villiers - Pyne 1520? Built by Cardinal Wolsey. Owned by Christopher Villiers; Sir Richard Pyne (d. 1710); Sir Henry Fletcher. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, II, 1841, 350. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 14. CHERTSEY sur Botleys Mawbey - Gosling 1765 Numerous owners prior to Joseph Mawbey who rebuilt the house in 1765. Sir Joseph Mawbey (d. 1798). Owned in 1854 by Robert Gosling. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 115. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Se ats, 1828, 37. CHERTSEY sur Cowley House Cowley - Clark 1620+ Owned by Cowley, the poet. Bought by Richard Clark, Lord Mayor of London 1784-85. Originally called Porch House. Owned 1854 by Rev John C. Clark. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 215. CHERTSEY sur Sayes Court Moore - Wetherell 1660+ Owned by Moores 17 & 18 cents. Bought by Sir Charles Wetherell 1823, who altered the house. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. CHOBHAM sur Chobham Park Heath - Revel - Bulkeley 1550+ Sold 1558 to Nicholas Heath, Archb. of York (d. 1578). Several owners 1588-1734. Owned by Revel 1734-52. Passed to Lord Bulkeley (d. 1822); then to Sir Richard Bulkeley Williams. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. CLAPHAM sur Manor Haouse Atkins - Bowyer 1750+ Owned by Henry A. Bowyer 1780+. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. COBHAM sur Downe Place Downe - Bridges - Ligonier - Luttrell - Combe 1620+ Built by John Downe (d. 1656). John Bridges built a new house ca. 1720. Sold to Sir John Ligonier 1750 (d. 1770). Sold 1782 to Henry Luttrell, Earl of Carhampton. Sold 1807 to Harvey C. Combe. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. Know now as Cobham Park. COBHAM sur Painshill Park Hamilton - Hopkins - Luttrell 1750+ Charles Hamilton, 6th earl of Abercorn started improvements ca. 1750. In 1775 sold to Benjamin Bond Hopkins who built the house ca. 1785. Owned by the Dowager Countess of Carhampton - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Owned by Robert Hibber t (1798); then William Moffat (1802); then Henry Lawes Luttrell, Earl of Carhampton (d. 1821). J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 217. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 47. CROWHURST sur Crowhurst Place Gainsford - Churchill 1450+ Altered ca. 1639. 17 cent. plan shows a library. Sold 1723 to Duchess of Marlborough. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. CROYDON sur Addiscombe Smyth 1702 Thackeray lived here after 1821. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. W. Angus, Seats of the Nobility, 1787. CROYDON sur Archbishop's Palace Ecclesiastical Palace med Had a library by ca. 1480+. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. CROYDON sur Haling House Gage - Heydon - Parker - Hamond - Parker-Hamond 1550+ Heydons from 1627-1707; passed to William Parker. Owned by parker-Hamonds to 1850. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. CUDDINGTON sur Nonsuch Park Farmer 1802 Built by Samuel Farmer. Farmers to 20 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, IV, 1841, 410. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 214; II, 1853, 252. DORKING sur Beechworth Brown - Tucker - Peters med Owned by Brown family 1437-1690. Bought by Abraham Tucker in 1727. Bought by Henry Peters in 1798. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Also known as Betchworth Castle. DORKING sur Bury Hill

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Walter - Grimston - Barclay 1755 Built by James Walter (d. 1780). Passed by marriage to Viscount Grimston. Sold 1812 to Robert Barclay. Barclays since then. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, V, 1841, 107. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 15. DORKING sur Deepdene Howard - Burrell - Hope 1652+ Built by Charles Howard (d. 1713). Rebuilt by Charles Howard 1780+. Sold 1791 to Sir William Burrell. Sold 1806 to Thomas Hope who altered and enlarged the house. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. D. Watkin, Thomas Hope, 1769-1831. London, 1968. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 218. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 53. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 104. Contents sold Sep. 12-14, 17-19, 1917. DORKING sur Denbies Tyers - King - Denison 1750? Owned by William Joseph Denison, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, V, 1841, 90. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 246. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 9. A. Sproule, Lost Houses, 1982, 110. DORKING sur Milton Court Evelyn 1611+ Old house bought by George Evelyn in 1599 rebuilt by Richard Evelyn. Evelyns to 1864. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, V, 1841, 107. DORKING sur The Rookery Malthus - Fuller 1760+ Built by David Malthus. Thomas Mlathus born here 1766. Sold 1768 to Richard Fuller. Fullers to 1893. EAST HORSLEY sur East Horsley Towers Muschamp - Fox - Lovelace 1570+ Numerous owners. Enlarged 1847. Large Library. John Locke MSS. Owned 1853 by Earl of Lovelace. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 111. Contents sold Nov. 1-4, 1926. EFFINGHAM sur Effingham Place Court Turgis - Urry 1580+ Owned by Thomas Turgis 1647; 1705 William Urry; Thomas Urry (d. 1776). Complex history since 1776. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. EPSOM sur Durdans Coke - Berkeley - Turner - Dalbiac - Blackman - Heathcote 1620+ Owned by Sir Robert Coke 1635. Passed to George Berkeley. Coke's library remained at house till 1682 when George Berkeley gave them to Sion College. Sold 1702 to Charles Turner. Pulled down 1747. New house bought by Mr Dalbiac 1764. 1799 George Blackman. 1819 Sir Gilbert Heathcote. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. Library sold June 26-30, Jult 24-25, 1933. ESHER sur Claremont Pelham - Clive 1700? Thomas Holles Pelham, Earl of Clare, from 1710. Bought by Robert Clive (d. 1774). The home of Princess Charlotte. Then Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburg Saalfeld. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 105. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold Oct. 25-28, 1926. ESHER sur Manor House Wolsey - Pelham 1528+ Rebuilt by Wolsey in 1528. Rebuilt by Henry Pelham - designed by Kent - 1729. Pulled down by John Spicer 19 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. EWHURST sur Baynards Manor Woolley - Bayninge - Evelyn - Onslow - Thurlow 1580+ Sold by Sir Francis Woolley 1607 to Edward Bayninge. Several changes in ownership. Richard Evelyn 1629. Owned by Arthur Onslow, who lived at Knowle. Sold to rev Thomas Thurlow who rebuilt the house 1832+. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. FARNHAM sur Farnham Castle North med Belonged to the See of Winchester from 1660. Owned by Brownlow North, Bishop of Winchester (d. 1820). J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. O. Manning, Surrey, III, 1814, 134. FARNHAM sur Moor Park Westbroke - Ashton - Cotton - Temple - Bacon 1550+ Robert Ashton 1587; 1632 Sir Francis Clarke; 1686 Sir William Temple (d. 1699). Passed to Nicholas Bacon 1770. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. Country Life, 106, 1949, 1578. FARNHAM sur Tilford House Abney - Tayler - Ware 1690+ Bought 1760 by Mrs Elizabeth Abney; left to Rev Thomas Tayler; passed to Martin Ware 1831. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. GATTON sur Gatton Park

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Wood - Monson 1808+ Old manor house pulled down by a Mr Petrie. Built by Sir Mark Wood. Enlarged by Lord Monson (d. 1841) ca. 1830. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. T.G.W. Henslow, Gatton Park, 1914. E.W. Brayley, History, IV, 1841, 311. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 225. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 97. GODALMING sur Busbridge Busbridge - Eliot - Walter - Webb - Monro med Busbridge family till ca. 1540; then Eliot to 1710; purchased 1710 by John Walter (of Barbados); then Philip Carteret Webb (d. 1770?); then to Sir Robert Barker; then Henry Hare Townshend; in 1823 purchased by Robert Monro. Owned by Robert Monro - J. P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Large library. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, V. 1841, 217. G.F. Prosser. Surrey Seats, 1828, 69. GODALMING sur Peper Harow Brocas - Brodrick med In the Brodrick family, Viscounts Midleton, from ca. 1700. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. O. Manning, Surrey, 1809, 33. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, V, 1821, 231. GODSTONE sur Felbridge Hall Evelyn - Boone - Clayton 1750+ Evelyns from 1588. Charles Boone (d. 1735). Sold 1751 to Sir Kenrick Clayton. Claytons to 20 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. GODSTONE sur Marden Park Evelyn - Clayton - Wilberforce 1550+ George Evelyn 1588. Sold to Robert Clayton 1672. Sir Robert Clayton was Lord Mayor of London in 1707. William Wilberforce lived here. Rebuilt after 1850. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. GODSTONE sur Titsey Place Gower 1750? William Leveson Gower. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 69. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, IV, 1841, 204. [Anon] Titsey Place. Derby: English Life, [1995?] GREAT BOOKHAM sur Bookham Grove Brodrick - Grant - Dalbiac - Dawnay 1740? Built by Thomas Brodrick, Vice-Admiral (d. 1769); bought by Sir Alexander Grant. Sold ca. 1770 to a Mr Dalbiac; 1775 to John Dawnay, 4th Viscount Downe (d. 1780). J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 179. GREAT BOOKHAM sur Polesden Lacey Geary - Sheridan - Bonsor 1631 Original house belonged to Castleton, Rous and Moore families; in 1747 sold to Francis Geary, who enlarged the house (d. 1796); then Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Bought in 1818 by Joseph Bonsor and rebuilt. J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Owned by National Trust. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 31. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, IV, 1841, 471. GREAT BOOKHAM sur Slyfield House [Manor] Slyfield - Breton - Shiers 1550+ Bought by Henry Breton 1614. Sold 1614 to George Shiers (d. 1642). Rebuilt by George Shiers ca. 1620. Conveyed to Exeter College, Oxford, in 1715. Let since then. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, IV, 1841, 473. GUILDFORD sur Loseley House [Park] More 1562+ Built by Sir William More. More-Molyneux families. Panelled library. Estate papers and MS. cat. of library (1676) in Folger Library. [Anon] Losely Park, 1960. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 177. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. O. Manning, Surrey, I, 1804, 98. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 25. HORNE sur Bysshe Court Bysshe - Turgis - Newland - Bulkeley - Ewart - Willett 1620+ Bought by Edward Bysshe (d. 1655) in 1629. Bought by Thomas Turgis 1674. Robert Bulkeley (d. 1787) 1769. Sold to John Ewart in 1788. He demolished the house and built a new one - bought by Willett Willett ca. 1810. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. LEIGH sur Leigh Place Copley - Bristowe - Budgen - Dendy 1450+ Owned by Copleys from 16 cent. Passed to Robert Bristowe 1651. 1706 passed to Edward Budgen. Thomas SmithBudgen sold to Richard C. Dendy, who rebuilt the house in 1810+. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. O. Manning, Surrey, II, 1809, 183. LIMPSFIELD sur New Hall Gresham - Cleeve - Bourchier 1570 Built by Sir William Gresham (d. 1578). Gresham,s to 1706. Bourchier Cleeve ca. 1750. Demolished ca. 1780. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. LITTLE BOOKHAM sur Manor House Maddox - Pollen 1620+

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Pollen family from ca. 1720 to 20 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. MICKLEHAM sur Mickleham Hall Stydolf - Tryon - Chapman - Hopkins - Talbot 1620+ Acquired by Tryons ca. 1680. Sold 1766 by Charles Tryon to Anthony Chapman. Sold 1775 to Benjamin B. Hopkins. Sold 1779 to Charles Talbot (d. 1798). Talbots to 1871. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. MITCHAM sur Hall Place Worsfold 1707 Owned by J.T. Worsfold 1729. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. MITCHAM sur Manor House Cranmer 1720+ In Cranmer family since 1656. Built by John Cranmer, son of Robert Cranmer (d. 1665) who bought the house in 1656. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. NORBURY sur Norbury Park Stidulph - Tryon - Chapman - Lock - Sperling 1775+ Built by William Lock. Owned by Henry P. Sperling - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 219; 2nd Series, I, 1854, 246. G.F. Prosaser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 11. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, IV, 1841, 449. OCKHAM sur Ockham Park King 1734 Rebuilt by Peter King, 1st Baron King of Ockham, in 1734. Altered 1820+. In King family since 1710. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, II, 1841, 116. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 71. OCKLEY sur Ockley Court Bax - Tash - Calvert 1620+ Acquired by Edward Bax 1694. Several owners to 1744. Sold 1744 by Nathaniel Bax to Thomas Tash (d. 1770). Passed to Charles Calvert (d. 1833). VCH Surrey, Vol. III. OXTED sur Barrow Green Hoskins 1620+ Bought by Charles Hoskins (d. 1657) in 1622. Hoskins family from 1622. 17 cent. library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 106. PEPER HAROW sur Manor House Brodrick 1765 George Brodrick, 3rd Viscount Midleton started new house 1765; finished by his son George in 1775. Old house pulled down. In Brodrick family from 1713 to 1907. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. PETERSHAM sur Ham House Vavasour - Murray 1610 Built by Sir Thomas Vavasour. Owned by the Murrays, Earls of Dysart. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Owned by National Trust. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. J.A.E. Roundell, Ham House. London, 1904. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 223. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1729. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. Library sold May 30-31, June 20-21, 1938. PIRBRIGHT sur Manor House Child - Dayrolles - Halsey 1620+ Owned by Sir Richard Child. Sold 1739 to Solomon Dayrolles. SAold 1784 to Henry Halsey. Halseys to 20 cent. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. PUTTENHAM sur Shoelands House Packington - Leigh - Caryll - Ludlow - Simmonds - Long 1618 Built by Thomas Packington, a tenant. Sir Thomas leigh (d. 1677); John Caryll; Henry Ludlow 1767; Giles Strangways sold to Francis Simmonds; sold 1823 to E.H. Long. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. PYRFORD sur Manor House Clinton - Wolley - Mainwaring - Parkhurst - Onslow 1575 Built by Edward Clinton, Earl of Lincoln. Passed to Sir John Wolley 1589 )d. 1596). Sold 1609 to Sir Arthur Mainwaring; 1628 to Sir Robert Parkhurst; 1677 to Denzil Onslow. Pulled down 1776. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. RICHMOND sur Asgill House Asgill - Osbaldestone - Keane - Cohen 1758 Built by Sir Charles Asgill. Owned Whitshed Keane; in 1852 by Benjamin Cohen. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 154. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. RICHMOND sur Richmond Lodge Royal Residence 1650? Kew. ROEHAMPTON sur Bessborough House Ponsonby 1710?

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Built by Brabazon Ponsonby. Contents sold 1801. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. ROEHAMPTON sur Downshire House Hill 1770+ Built by Wills Hill, 1st Marquis of Downshire. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. ROEHAMPTON sur Mount Clare Clive - Dick 1750? Owned by George Clive (1772). Bought in 1780 by Sir John Dick - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. Country Life, 77, 1935, 90, 118. ROEHAMPTON sur Roehampton House Weston - Agar - Ellis 1600+ Belonged to Richard Weston, Earl of Portland (ca. 1625). Then owned by Christian, Countess of Devonshire (d. 1674). Rebuilt ca. 1760, designed by James Wyatt. Owned by Henry Welbore Agas Allis, Viscount Clifden - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. I II, 1826. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. ROEHAMPTON sur Roehampton House Cary - Keppel - Drake 1710+ Thomas Cary; William Keppel, Earl of Albemarle.; William Drake. Owned 19 cent. by the Earls of Leven. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. SANDERSTEAD sur Sanderstead Court Atwood - Wigsell - Lushington 1520 Bought by Harman Atwood 1618. Atwoods to 1759. Passed to Thomas Wigsell. Rebuilt 1676. Owned by Gresham family 1520-1591; Attwood family. Rebuilt 1720. Stephen Rumbold Lushington. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. SELSDON sur Selsdon House [Park] Smith 1790? George Smith, M.P. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, IV, 1841, 105. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 265. SHALFORD sur Bradston Brook House Gibson 1791 Built by Thomas Gibson. Owned 1855 by George Carew Gibson. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 15. SHALFORD sur Dibnersh Duncombe 1620+ Sold to Robert Austen in 1755. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. SHALFORD sur Shalford House Austen 1600+ In the Austen family since ca. 1500. Henry Austen from 1769 modernised the house. owned by Henry Edmund Austen - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Large library. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, V, 1841, 138. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 259. SHIRLEY sur Shirley House Maberly 1721 Built by John Claxton. John maberly, M.P. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. STOKE D'ABERNON sur Manor House Vincent - Smith 1550+ Rebuilt by Sir Francis Vincent 1758+. Sold to Hugh Smith ca. 1820 (d. 1831). VCH Surrey, Vol. III. STREATHAM sur Streatham Place Thrale - Piozzi 1720? Samuel Johnson stayed there 1766-82. Large library. Mrs Thrale/Piozzi. Demolished 1863. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 37. THORPE sur Hall Place Leigh - Leigh-Bennett 1580+ Acquired by Sir Francis Leigh 1627. Pulled down 1810 by Rev John Leigh-Bennett. New house built 1815, and called Thorpe Place. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. TWICKENHAM sur Strawberry Hill Walpole 1750? H. Walpole, A Description of the Villa. Strawberry Hill, 1774. A.T. Hazen, A Catalogue of Horace Walpole's Library. London, 1969. P. Sandby, Select Views, I, 1783. Contents sold April-June, 1842; March, 1861; July-August, 1883; May-June, 1923. WALTON sur Burwood Park Latton - Frederick 1720? John Latton (d. 1727). Bought by Frederick family. Owned 1855 by Sir Richard Frederick. Library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 13. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, II, 1850, 360-63. Owned by Sir John Frederick (d. 1755). Sir Thomas Frederick (d. 1770).

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WALTON-ON-THE-HILL sur Manor House Carew - Hallowell med Owned by the Carews to 1828. Passed to Admiral Sir Benjamin Hallowell (d. 1834). Several times altered. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. WAVERLEY sur Waverley Abbey Coldham - Aislabie - Hunter - Thomson - Nicholson 1560+ Owned by John Coldham 1623. Sold 1720 to John Aislabie. Rebuilt 1725, designed by Colen Campbell. Bought by Thomas O. Hunter 1747. Rebuilt ca. 1833 by George Nicholson after a fire. Owned by John Tomson 1796-1832. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 16. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 109. WEST CLANDON sur Clandon Park Weston - Onslow med Onslow family since ca. 1640. Owned by Thomas Onslow, Earl Onslow - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. C.E. Vulliamy, The Onslow Family, 1528-1874. London, 1953. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 23. WEST HORSLEY sur Horsley Place Hildyard - Currie 1710+ Hildyard family ca. 1660. Owned by William Currie - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. E.W. Brayley, History of Surrey, II, 1841, 98. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 192. WEST HORSLEY sur West Horsley Place Berners - Raleigh - Nicholas 1500+ Owned by John Berners translator of Froissart. Owned by Carew Raleigh. Sold to Sir Edward Nicholas (d. 1669). Library. MSS purchased by BM in 1879 - Eg. 2533-62. Many papers went to Sir John Evelyn at Wotton. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 192. WIMBLEDON sur Eagle House Bell - Betenson - Ivatt - Bond 1613+ Built by Robert Bell (d. 1640). Sold 1647 to Sir Richard Betenson; 1700 to Richard Ivatt; 1766 to George Bond. A school in 1789. VCH Surrey, Vol. IV. WITLEY sur Rake House Bell - Smith - Meale - Woods - Durrant 1602 Built by Henry Bell. Passed to his nephew Antony Smith; then Antony Smith Meale; Thomas Woods 1748; sold by Thomas Woods in 1836 to Thomas Durrant (d. 1879). VCH Surrey, Vol. II. WOKING sur Sutton Place Weston 1523 Granted to Sir Richard Weston 1521. In Weston family to 1857. Large library, probably built by John Weston (1652-90) - plan in VCH. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 225. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 21. O. Manning, Surrey, I, 1804, 136. WONERSH sur Wonersh Park Gwynn - Chapple - Norton 1620+ Owned by Richard Gwynn (d. 1701). Rebuilt by Sir William Chapple ca. 1720. Passed to Fletcher Norton 1740, Speaker 1770, Lord Grantley 1782. In Norton family to 1884. Large library built by Sir Fletcher Norton ca. 1800. VCH Surrey, Vol. II. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 246. G.F. Prosser, Surrey Seats, 1828, 73. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, V, 1841, 150. WOTTON sur Jyes Park Steere 1750+ Owned by the Steeres since 18 cent. Lee Steere (d. 1784). VCH Surrey, Vol. III. WOTTON sur Leith Hill Place Millett - Folliott - Hull - Wedgwood 1580+ Owned 1664 by Mary Millett. Altered by General Folliott (d. 1748_ ca. 1730. A school 1788-1824. Owned 1847 by Josiah Wedgwood. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. O. Manning, Surrey, II, 1809, 161. WOTTON sur Wotton House Evelyn 1575? Acquired by George Evelyn 1579. Drawing of house by John Ecveleyn dated 1640. Remodelled 17 & 18 cents. Evelyn's library was there in 1911. VCH Surrey, Vol. III. E.W. Brayley, Surrey, V, 1841, 33. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 176. O. Manning, Surrey, II, 1804, 145. SUSSEX ALBOURNE sus Albourne Place Fane - Juxon - Fagg med Enlarged 1640 by John Juxon. Mildmay Fane 1626. Sir John Fagg 1665. Remodelled 1750+. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. ARDINGLEY sus Wakehurst Place Culpeper - Liddell - Peyton 1590

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Built by Sir Edward Culpeper (d. 1630). Fire in 1696. Partially demolished 1845. Sold 1694 to Dennis Liddell. Rev Charles Liddell (d. 1757). 1776 Joseph Peyton (d. 1804). VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. J. Nash, Mansions, I, 1839. Contents sold July 1-5, 1890. ARUNDEL sus Arundel Castle Howard med Home of the Dukes of Norfolk. J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. F.W. Steer, Arundel Castle Archives, Chichester, 1968-. Library catalogues I, p. 23. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 1. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd series, IV, 1828. MS. cats. at Arundel Castle. G.W. Eustace, Arundel. London, 1922. Mark A. Tierney, The History and Antiquities of ... Arundel. London, 1834. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 87. Beauties of England, II, 1787, 319. ASHBURNHAM sus Ashburnham Place Ashburnham 1665 Built by John Ashburnham. Rebuilt ca. 1810+, designed by George Dance. Owned by George Ashburnham, Earl of Ashburnham - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. Earlier house ill. in W. Watts, Seats, 1770. Ashburnhams to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 161. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Library sold June 25-July 3, 1897; Dec. 6-11, 1897; May 9-14, 1898. BATTLE sus Battle Abbey Webster med Owned by Sir Godfrey Vassal Webster - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. English Heritage. The Handbook to Battle Abbey. Battle, [1850?]. M.E.C. Walcott, Battle Abbey. Battle, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 180. BATTLE sus Beaufort Murray - Lamb 1770 Built by James Murray, Governor of Canada (d. 1795). Passed to John Lamb; Sir James B. Burges = Lamb. Owned 1853 by Sir Charles M. Lamb. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 93. BATTLE sus Normanhurst Brassey 1720+ In the Brassey family since 1720+. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. BINDERTON sus Binderton House Smyth - Peachey 1677 William Smyth (d. 1623) in 1605. 1774 Sir James Peachey, Baron Selsey. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. BOSHAM sus Manor House Berkeley 1650+ Berkeleys to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. BRIGHTLING sus Socknersh Manor Colyn - Collins - Luxford - Holloway 1610+ Colyn family to 1753. Left to George Luxford; Thomas Luxford. Sold 1792 to John Holloway. Holloways to 1835. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. BURTON sus Burton Park Goring - Biddulph 1740+ Original house (ca. 1570) burned in 1739. Owned by John Biddulph - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Contents sold Sep. 25-26, 1919. BURWASH sus Batemans Brittan 1634 Built by John Brittan. Home of Rudyard Kipling. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. [Anon] Bateman's, Sussex. London, 1956; London, 1965. CLAPHAM sus Michelgrove Shelley - Walker - Howard med Built by Judge Shelley ca. 1540. Richard Walker (ca. 1800). Owned by Bernard Edward Howard, Duke of Norfolk J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. CUCKFIELD sus Cuckfield Park Bowyer - Herdley - Sergison 1580+ Remodelled 1738; enlarged 1848. Built by Henry Bowyer (d. 1589). 1606 passed to Sir Thomas Herdley. 1693 Charles Sergison (d. 1732). Sergisons to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. VII. M. Holt. Cuckfield Park. Derby: English Life, 1976. DONNINGTON sus Manor House Palmer - Colebrooke - Page - Crosbie 1677 Nathaniel Palmer 1682. Sold to James Colebrooke 1723. 1726 John Page (d. 1779). General John G. Crosbie ca. 1800. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. EASEBOURNE sus Cowdray Park [House] Owen - Fitzwilliam - Browne 1492 Built by Sir David Owen 1492. Bought by Sir William Fitzwilliam 1529. sir Anthony Browne 1542. Burned 1793. In late 19 cent. Home of the Earls of Egmont. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. VCH Sussex, Vol.

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IV. A.A. Dibben, The Cowdray Archives, Chichester, 1960-64. 2 pts. Home of the Viscounts Montague to 20 cent. Rebuilt 1875. D.G.C. Elwes, Mansions of Western Sussex, 1876, 77. ERIDGE sus Eridge Castle Nevill 1600? R. Gunnis, Eridge Castle and the Family of Nevill. Tunbridge Wells, [1955?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 225. ETCHINGHAM sus Havemere Walshe - Busbridge - Temple - Lade - Snepp 1616+ Robert Walshe 1559. Sold to John Busbridge (d. 1615). Passed briefly to Temple family. Sold to Sir John Lade. Passed to John Snepp 1835. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. FOREST ROW sus Kidbrooke Neville - Abbot 1744 Built by William Neville, 14th Baron Abergavenny. Sold to Charles Abbot, Speaker of the House in 1810. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 18. GOODWOOD sus Goodwood House Caryll - Lennox 1600? Passed to Charles, 1st Duke of Richmond ca. 1710. Owned by Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Still owned by the Duke of Richmond. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. G. Bonney. Goodwood. Derby: English Life, [1951]. GUESTLING sus Broomham Ashburnham 1580+ Richard Ashburnham; Denny Ashburnham (d. 1697). Ashburnhams to 20 cent. Altered 1750+. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. GUESTLING sus Great Maxfield Browne - Medley - Shuckburgh 1580+ Owned by Sir Anthony Browne. Passed to Thomas Medley (d. 1728) 1719. Passed to Sir George Shuckburgh. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. HALNAKER sus Halnaker House Morley - Stanley - Acland - Lennox med John Morley 1587. Sir William Morley (d. 1701). James Stanley, Earl of Derby (d. 1752); Sir Thomas D. Acland. 1765 Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. HAMSEY sus Coombe Place Bridger - Shiffner 1600+ Richard Bridger (1620-98) bought in 1657. Remodelled 1730+. Library. Passed to Shiffners ca. 1789. Shiffners to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. HARTING sus Lady Holt Caryll 1689 Built by John Caryll (d. 1736). Demolished 1770. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. HARTING sus Up Park Caryll - Jolliffe - Fetherstonhaugh - Tankerville 1690 John Caryll (d. 1711). Bought by John Jolliffe 1757. Bought 1761 by Sir Matthew Fetherstonhaugh. Sir Harry Fetherstonhaugh. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. J. Kip, I, 1715. HERSTMONCEUX sus Herstmonceux Castle Fiennes - Dacre - Naylor 1440 Modified 17 cent. Library in 15 cent. East & West Libraries. Bought by George Naylor 1708; Francis naylor (d. 1775). Passed to Rev Robert Hare. Sold to Thomas R. Kemp 1807. Bought 1819 by John Gillon. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. HUNSTON sus Manor House Bisshopp 1660+ Bisshopps to 1828. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. HURSTPIERPOINT sus Danny Park Goring - Shaw - Campion 1593 Rebuilt by George Goring. 1660 John Shaw. Sir John Shaw (d. 1721). Remodelled 1728+. Sold ca. 1798 to William J. Campion (d. 1855). VCH Sussex, Vol. VII. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854. IFORD sus Swanborough Manor House Caryll - Sackville med Altered 15 & 16 cents. Owned by Thomas Caryll (d. 1566). 1584 sold to Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst. Sackvilles to 1879. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. W.H. Godfrey, Swanborough Manor House. [Oxford, 1936.] LEWES sus Beechland Blaauw 1835 Built by William H. Blaauw, FSA. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 38. LEWES sus Glynde Place Walley - Trevor - Brand 1579+

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[Anon] Glynde Place, Derby, [1974]. Altered by the Bishop of Durham ca. 1750. Library? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 164. LEWES sus Sheffield Park Holroyd 1750? Seat of the Earls of Sheffield. MS cat. (1870?). BL Add. 54175. Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Contents sold Mar 8-10, 1954; June 14-21, 1971. P.J. Radford. Sheffield Park. Derby: English Life, 1978. LODSWORTH sus Manor House Browne med Acquired by Sir Anthony Browne 1547. Same owners as Cowdray Park. MADEHURST sus Dale Park Thomas - Kemp - Smith 1784+ Built by Sir George Thomas. Owned by John Smith, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. MARESFIELD sus Maresfield Park Newnham - Shelley 1580? John Newnham; passed to Sir John Shelley, 5th Bart.. Owned 1854 by Sir John V. Shelley, MP. Large library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 206. NORTHIAM sus Brickwall White - Frewen 1580+ Rented by John Frewen from John White 1583. William White (d. 1666); bought by Stephen Frewen. Frewens to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. PARHAM sus Parham Park Bishop 1580+ Altered in 1710 by Sir Cecil Bisshopp, 2nd Bart. Owned by Cecil Bisshopp, Lord de la Zouche - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 38. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. V.M. Tritton. Parham Park. Derby: English Life, 1972; 1981. PETWORTH sus Petworth House Egremont 1600? Much remodelling in 17c. In the 1830s Turner used to paint in the library. National Trust. J.P. Neale, Views, IV, 1821. PLUMPTON sus Plumpton Place Mascall - Springett 1568 Acquired by John Mascall 1539. Remodelled 1600; 1750+. Passed to Thomas Springett (d. 1639) 1620. Rev Anthony Springett (d. 1735). Passed to James Pelham 1736. Pelhams to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. RACTON sus Lordington House Pole - Fenner - Jermyn - Peckham - Phipps 1550+ Poles to 1609. 1630 Sir John Fenner sold to Philip Jermyn (d. 1654). Bought by Richard Peckham (d. 1718); Thomas Phipps 1734; Admiral Sir Phipps Hornby (d. 1867). VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. RACTON sus Racton Manor Gunter - Nicholl - Legge 1580+ Rebuilt 1623 by Gunter family. Passed to Gunter Nicholl ca. 1720. William Legge, Earl of Dartmouth 1755. Legges to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. ROGATE sus Fyning Manor Bettesworth - Bilson - Unwin - Ridge 1570+ Acquired by Peter Bettesworth 1572. Passed to Thomas Bilson 1640. Sold by John Unwin 1757. Richard Ridge 1783. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. SLINDON sus Slindon House Kempe - Radcliffe - Eyre 1580? Anthony Kempe 1555-97. He rebuilt the house. James B. Radcliffe, Earl of Newburgh. 1814 Francis Eyre. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. National Trust. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. D.G.C. Elwes, Mansions, 1876, 203. SOMPTING sus Sompting Abbotts Pye - Alderton - Willes - Crofts 1600+ 1647 Edmund Pye sold to Henry Alderton. Young Willes 1730. John Crofts (d. 1776). Crofts to 1879. Remodelled ca. 1750. Rebuilt 1856. VCH Sussex, Vol. Vi. STANMER sus Stanmer Park Pelham 1724 Thomas Pelham, Earl of Chichester. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 192. Country Life, 71, 1932, 14. STEDHAM sus Stedham Hall Coldham - Grey - Fuller - Peachey - Utterson - Taylor 1550+ Bought 1611 by William Coldham. Passed 1684 to Thomas Grey; Dowse Fuller. Sold to John Peachey 1741. John Utterson 1799. Sir Charles W. Taylor 1808. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV.

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STEYNING sus Gatewick House Farnfold - Mawer - Barnard - Comber - Goring 1580+ Farnfolds to 1649. Robert Mawer 1675. Barnard 1675. 1799 Richard Comber. 1855 John Goring. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. STOUGHTON sus Stansted House Lumley - Barwell 1686 Built by Richard Lumley, 1st Earl of Scarborough. Rebuilt 1781 by Richard Barwell, designed by James Wyatt. Burned 1900. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. STREAT sus Streat Place Dobell - Lane 1608 Built by Walter Dobell (d. 1625). Dobells to 1834. Bought by Henry C. Lane 1834. VCH Sussex, Vol. VI. SULLINGTON sus Barns Farm Shelley med Owned by Richard Shelley 1623. Shelleys to 19 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. Vi. TICEHURST sus Whiligh Courthope 1586 Built by John Courthope. Courthopes to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. TREYFORD sus Manor House Aylwin - Peachey 1550+ Sold to William Aylwin 1571. Sold 1766 to James Peachey. Peacheys to 1838. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. TROTTON sus Trotton Place Foster - Bettesworth - Alcock - Radcliffe 1600+ Anthony Foster (d. 1643). Lawrence Alcock (d. 1723) in 1701. Numerous owners after 1779. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. TWINEHAM sus Hickstead Place Stapley - Wood - Davidson 1480+ Remodelled 1610+; 1750+. Richard Stapley 1542. 1762 James Wood (d. 1806). VCH Sussex, Vol. VII. J.A. Brent, The Hickstead Place Archives, Lewes, 1975. WARNHAM sus Warnham Court Tredcroft 1829 Built by Henry Tredcroft (d. 1844). VCH Sussex, Vol. Vi. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 67. WEST DEAN sus West Dean Park Bulstrode - Peachey 1720? Henry John Peachey, Lord Selsey. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Country Life, 170, 1981, 1378, 1462. Now a college. WEST GRINSTEAD sus Knepp Castle Burrell 1750+ Built by Sir Charles Burrell, designed by John Nash. Burned 1904. VCH Sussex, VI. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 179. WEST GRINSTEAD sus Manor House Shirley - Caryll - Burrell 1600+ John B. Caryll sold 1749 to Merrik Burrell MP (d. 1831). Pope knew the Carylls (John d. 1736). Remodelled 1750+. VCH Sussex, Vol. Vi. WESTBOURNE sus Manor House Lumley - Dunk - Barwell - Way - Dixon 1663 Owned by Lumleys to 1721. George Dunk, Earl of Halifax (d. 1771); 1781 Richard Barwell (d. 1805). Rev Lewis Day; Charles Dixon 1829. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. WESTFIELD sus Crowham House Farnden - Baker 1630+ Owned by Peter farnden (d. 1681); john Baker ca. 1700; Edward Snow (d. 1768) 1740; Robert Moseley 1769; sold 1824 to Benjamin Smith. Smiths to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. IX. WISTON sus Wiston House Shirley - Fagg - Goring 1575+ Completed 1620+. Built by Sir Thomas Shirley. 1649 sold to John Fagg MP (d. 1701). Passed to Sir Charles M. Goring (d. 1769). Gorings to 20 cent. VCH Sussex, Vol. Vi. WITHYHAM sus Buckhurst Park Sackville 1590+ Medieval house replaced 1590. Rebuilt ca. 1780 by the 5th Earl. The Sackville family were Earls DeLaWarr. Owned 1853 by George J. Sackville West. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 162. WIVELSFIELD sus Great Ote Hall Godman - Shirley - Tanner 1550+ Thomas Godman (d. 1559). 1718 passed to William Shirley. Sold 1803 to William Tanner (d. 1831). VCH Sussex, Vol.

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VI. WOOLBEDING sus Woolbeding House Aylyng - Gray - Mill - Spencer - Ponsonby 1550+ Willaim Aylyng (d. 1583). Edmund Gray; Sir John Mill; 1791 Rev Sir Charles Mill sold to Lord Robert Spencer; passed to George Ponsonby. VCH Sussex, Vol. IV. Country Life, 102, 1947, 328. WARWICKSHIRE ALCESTER war Coughton Court Throckmorton med Rebuilt by Sir Robert Throckmorton ca. 1780. Sir George Throckmorton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. National Trust. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J. Lees-Milne, Coughton Court, [1946]; 1973. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 45. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, 24. ALLESLEY war Allesley Park Mapleton - Bree 1680+ Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, I, 1854, 153. W. Smith, History of the County of Warwick, 1830, 169. ALVESTON war Alveston House Peers - Roberts 1689 Built by Thomas Peers. Sold to Henry Roberts in 1810. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ALVESTON war Baraset House Harding 1810+ Built by William Harding who gave it an Indian name. Demolished 1920. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 106. AMINGTON war Amington Hall Repington - A'Court 1820+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ANSLEY war Ansley Hall Ludford 1580+ Tudor with early Georgian additions. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 132. Nicholls, Leicestershire, IV, ii, 1811, 1017. ANSTY war Ansty Hall Taylor - Adams 1680+ The Taylors here until 1744 when the heiress married Clarke Adams. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 244. ARROW war Ragley Park [Hall] Conway - Seymour 1680 Built by Francis Conway, Viscount Conway. Owned by Francis C.I.S. Seymour Conway, Marquess of Hertford. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. [Anon] Ragley Hall. Derby: English Life, [1958]. J. Kip, I, 1715. H.J.S. Yarmouth. Ragley Hall. Derby: English Life, 1993. H.E.C.S. Hertford. Ragley Hall. Derby: English Life, 1989; 1984. ASTLEY war Astley Castle Grey med The castle was dismantled ca. 1555. Rebuilt in 16 cent. Seat of the Dukes of Suffolk. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 85. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses. 1878, 16. W. Smith, History ... Warwick. 1830, 148. ASTON war Aston Hall Holt - Watt 1635 Built by Sir Thomas Holt. Holt line ceased in 1782. Owned by James Watt. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. Alfred Davidson, A History of the Holtes of Aston. Birmingham, 1854. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Nash, Mansions. IV, 1849. Aston Hall. Derby: English Life, [1953]. ATHERSTONE war Atherstone Hall Bracebridge 1720+ Built by Abraham Bracebridge. Demolished in 1963. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 129. ATHERSTONE war Caldecote Hall Purefoy - Abbot - Fenton 1810+ Rebuilt 1810+. Large library. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 122. ATHERSTONE war Merevale Hall Dugdale 1550+ Owned by Dugdale Stratford Dugdale (Sir William Dugdale) - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. F.O. Morris,

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Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 17. BADDESLEY CLINTON war Baddesley Clinton Hall Brome - Ferrers med Begun by John and Nicholas Brome. Passed to the Ferrers family in 1517. National Trust. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.P. Haworth, Baddesley Clinton. London, 1983. H. Norris, Baddesley Clinton. London, 1897. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 13. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses. 1878. BAGINTON war Baginton Hall Bromley - Davenport 1710+ Built by William Bromley, Speaker of the House. Earlier house destroyed by fire. The rebuilding was paid for by Parliament. Destroyed by fire in 1889. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd series, II, 1855, 130. W. Smith, History, 1830, 139. BARTON-ON-THE-HEATH war Barton House Overbury 1580+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BILLESLEY war Billesley Manor Lee 1620+ Built by Sir Robert Lee. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Contents sold Dec, 10-13, 1962. BILTON war Bilton Hall Boughton - Addison - Bridgeman-Simpson - Apperley 1620+ Bought from William Boughton in 1711 by Thomas Addisonm the essayist. Leased in 19 cent. to C.J. Apperley, the sporting writer. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BIRDINGBURY war Birdingbury Hall Wheler - Biddulph 1630+ Much remodelled. Left by Sir Charles Wheler to the Biddulphs in 1687. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BRAILES war Brailes House Sheldon 1570? Owned by Sheldon family since 1530. Elizabethan Manor house replaced in 1822 by Edward R.C. Sheldon. Owned by his son Henry J. Sheldon in 1853. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 171. BRANDON war Brandon Lodge Grey - Beech 1770+ Built by Lord Grey of Ruthin. Owned 1853 by James Beech. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 244. CASTLE BROMWICH war Castle Bromwich Hall Devereux - Bridgeman 1620+ Built for the Devereux family. Bought by the Bridgemans in 1657. Altered in 1825 and 1840 by the 2nd Earl of Bradford descendant of the Bridgemans. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878. W. Smith, History, 1830, 363. CHARLECOTE war Charlecote House [Park] Lucy 1558+ Built by Sir Thomas Lucy. Rev. John Lucy. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. National Trust. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. A. Fairfax-Lucy, Charlecote and the Lucys, 1958. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 253. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848 S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, 27. CHESTERTON war Chesterton House Peyto - Verney 1650+ Built by Sir Edward Peyto. Demolished in 1802, when John Peyto Verney moved to Compton Verney his preferred seat. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. CHURCHOVER war Coton House Grimes 1785+ Built by Abraham Gimes, designed by Samuel Wyatt. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. COLESHILL war Maxtoke Castle Dilke - Fetherston-Dilke med In the Dilke family since 1598 (Thomas Dilke). Owned by William Dilke - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 178. S. Jones, Views, 1829. COMPTON WYNYATES war Compton Wynyates Compton med The Comptons here since Edward I. Their London house was Canonbury House. Became Marquesses in 1812. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. [Anon] A General History, [1950?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 48. J. Nash, Mansions, III, 1841. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, 29-30. COVENTRY war Combe Abbey Craven med Much demolished. Owned by Coventry Corporation. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, 18.

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EATHORPE war Eathorpe Hall Vyner - Clonmell 1780+ Sold to the 6th Earl of Clonmell in 1858. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ELMDON war Elmdon Hall Spooner - Lillington - Alston 1785 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Smith, History, 1830, 375. ERDLINGTON war Pype Hayes Hall Bagot 1780+ Remodelling of an earlier house. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ETTINGTON war Armscote Manor Halford - Yorke 1630+ George Fox was arrested here in 1673. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ETTINGTON war Ettington Park Shirley med Transformed ca. 1858. Now a hotel. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Contents sold Oct. 29-31, 1946. FARNBOROUGH war Farnborough Hall Holbech 1684+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. FILLONGLEY war Fillongley Hall Adderley - Norton 1825+ Seat of the Lords Norton. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 131. GRENDON war Grendon Hall Chetwynd 1725+ Modified in 1725 for Walter Chetwynd; again in 1825 for Sir George Chetwynd. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HENLEY-IN-ARDEN war Barrells Knight - Catherlough 1750+ Belonged to the Earl of Catherlough 18 cent. Destroyed by fire in 1933. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HONINGTON war Honington Hall Parker - Townsend 1680+ Built for Henry Parker. In Townsend family since ca. 1690. Owned by Gore Townsend - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Now owned by Benjamin Wiggin. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KINETON war Compton Verney Verney 1751 Rebuilt by John Peyto in 1751. Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 7. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KINETON war Foxcote Hall Canning 1720+ Built for Francis Canning ca. 1720. Owned by Francis Canning - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. KNIGHTLOW war Guy's Cliffe Greatheed - Percy 1750+ In Greatheed family since 1750. Owned by Bertie Greatheed - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 255. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 53. KNIGHTLOW war Offchurch Wise 1780? Owned by Rev. Henry Wise - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LADBROOKE war Ladbroke Hall Ladbroke - Palmer 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LEA MARSTON war Hams Hall Adderley 1760 Charles Bowyer Adderley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Demolished. P. Reid, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 67. LEAMINGTON war Newbold Comyn Hall Willes med P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. LONG COMPTON war Weston Park Philips 1827 Built by Sir George Philips, 1st Bart. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. D.H. Trumble. Weston Park.

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Derby: English Life, [1964]. LOWER EATINGTON war Lower Eatington Hall Shirley med In Shirley family since 11 cent. Evelyn John Shirley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. E.P. Sirley, Lower Eatington. London, 1869. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 45. MERIDEN war Meriden Hall Baldwin 1720+ Built by Martin baldwin. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. MIDDLETON war Middleton Hall Willoughby med P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Smith, History ... Warwick, 1830, 372. MONKS KIRBY war Newnham Paddox Feilding 1750+ Seat of the Earls of Denbigh. Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J. Kip, I, 1715. NUNEATON war Arbury Hall Parker - Newdegate 1580+ Remodelled ca. 1771. Owned by Charles Newdigate Newdegate (d. 1816). P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. Gordon Nares, Arbury Hall. London, 1969. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 13. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 41. [Anon] Arbury Hall. Derby: English Life, 1985. OFFCHURCH war Offchurch Bury Knightley - Aylesford 1528 Original house built by Sir Edmund Knightley. Owned by Mrs Knightley, widow of John W. Knightley (d. 1814) J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 113. PACKINGTON war Packington Hall Fisher - Finch 1760+ Built ca. 1700 by Sir Clement Fisher - known as the Old Hall. Owned by Heneage Finch, Earl of Aylesford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 111. Country Life, 2, 1897, 98. PACKWOOD war Packwood House Fetherston 1575+ National Trust. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. PRESTON ON STOUR war Alscot Park West - Alston - Roberts 1750? James West (d. 1773) had a great library. The Lansdowne MSS. in BM. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. II, 1819. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 20. Jones, Views, II, 1829. Library sold March 29, 1773. RADWAY war Arlescote Manor Cooper - Goodwin - Loveday 1580+ Remodelled ca. 1680. The Lovedays acquired the house 18 cent. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. RADWAY war Radway Grange Miller 1712 Rebuilt by Sanderson Miller, the author of Rococo Gothick. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 16. Country Life, 82, 1937, 12. RATLEY war Upton House Jenkins - Motion 1695+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. National Trust. SALFORD PRIORS war Salford Hall Alderford - Stanford 1580+ Occupied as a nunnery 1807-38. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Country Life, 30, 1911, 932. SHUSTOKE war Blyth Hall Dugdale 1630? Seat of the Dugdale family - where Sir William Dugdale wrote his History of Warwickshire, and where he died in 1685. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Niven, Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, 8. SHUSTOKE war Shustoke Park Croxall 1680+ Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. SOLIHULL war Malvern Hall Lewis 1720+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. STIVICHALL war Stivichall Hall Gregory 1755+ Built by Arthur Gregory, designed by Henry Flitcroft. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. STONELEIGH war Stoneleigh Abbey

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Brandon - Hill - Leigh med Granted in 1538 to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. Sold to Sir Rowland Hill. The Leighs have been here since 1571. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 50. STRATFORD-ON-AVON war Clopton House Hodgson - Clopton 1670? Built by Sir John Clopton. Owned by John Clopton. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 220. Sale of contents Oct. 6-8, 1930. STRATFORD-ON-AVON war Wellcombe Combe - Lloyd 1580 Built ca. 1580 for William Combe. Bought by John Lloyd in 1775 and subsequently rebuilt. Owned by George Lloyd - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. Also called Welcombe Lodge. S. Jones, Views, 1829. STRETTON-UNDER-FOSSE war Newbold Revel Skipwith 1730? Built by Sir Fulwar Skipwith. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. S.M. Stanislaus, Newbold Revel. Exeter, 1949. STUDLEY war Studley Castle Goodricke - Walker 1830+ Built by Sir Francis Lyttleton Holyoake Goodricke - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. Contents sold Dec 7+, 1863. SUTTON COLDFIELD war Four Oaks Hall Luttrell 1696+ Built for Simon Luttrell, Lord Irnham. Remodelled 1740. Demolished. Owned by Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. TANWORTH-IN-ARDEN war Umberslade Park Archer 1695+ Built by Andrew Archer. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. UPPER SHUCKBURGH war Shuckburgh Hall Shuckburgh 1700+ Drastically remodelled in 1844. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WALTON war Walton House Mordaunt 1800? MS cat. (1850?). BL MS Add. 54172. Seat of the Mordaunt family. Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 53. WARMINGTON war Warmington Manor Cooper 1600+ Built by Richard Cooper. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Country Life, 100, 1946, 1002. WARWICK war Warwick Castle Rich - Greville med In the Greville family since 1759. Owned by Henry Richard Greville, Earl of Brooke & Warwick - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 104. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WARWICK war Warwick Priory Lloyd 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WELLESBOURNE war Wellesbourne Hall Granville 1760+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 191. WHITLEY war Whitley Abbey Wheeler - Hood - Ward 1580? Also known as Whitley Court. Originally owned by the Wheeler family. Owned by Henry Hood, Viscount Hood - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. Demolished. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Earl of Dudley. WISHAW war Moxhull Hall Hacket - Noel 1630? In the Hacket family since 1630. Large library acquired by John Hacket, Bishop of Coventry (d. 1670). Rebuilt 1750. Owned by Mrs Hacket - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 90. WOOTTON WAWEN war Edstone Hall Phillips 1820+ Built by John Phillips. Replaced in 1930. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Contents sold July 23-24, 1979. WOOTTON WAWEN war Wootton Hall Smyth 1687

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P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WORMLEIGHTON war Manor House Spencer 1506+ Damaged in the Civil War. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WROXALL war Wroxall Abbey Wren 1690? Built by Sir Christopher Wren. Owned by Christopher Robert Wren - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. IV, 1821. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 155. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. WESTMORLAND AMBLESIDE wes Dove Nest Pedder - Hemans 1809+ Built by Edward Pedder. Mrs Hemans lived there. A large cottage. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. AMBLESIDE wes Wanlass How Brooks 1841 Built by James Brooks. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. APPLEBY wes Appleby Castle Clifford - Tufton med Owned by the Cliffords till the death of Lady Anne; then passed to her son-in-law Thomas Tufton, 6th Earl of Thanet. Remodelled 1686. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 163. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 41. M. Holmes, Appleby Castle. Appleby, 1974. ASBY wes Gaythorn Hall Bellingham - Bagot 1580+ Modified 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BARBON wes Barbon Manor Shuttleworth 1580+ Bought by Sir Richard Shuttleworth. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BEETHAM wes Ashton House Hudson 1740+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BEETHAM wes Beetham House Hutton - Wake 1772 J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BOLTON wes Eden Grove Tinckler 1810+ Once called Whitfield Brow. Earlier house vaanished. Now a school. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BROUGH wes Hellbeck Hall Metcalfe 1775+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BROUGHAM wes Brougham hall Brougham 1780+ Added to by 1st Lord Brougham ca, 1830. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 159. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. BURNESIDE wes Burneside Hall Burneside - Bellingham - Lowther 1570+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. BURNESIDE wes Tolson Hall Bateman - Cropper 1638+ Remodelled 1810+. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CALGARTH wes Calgarth Hall Philipson 1580+ Added to in 17 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CASTERTON wes Casterton Hall Carus-Wilson 1811+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLAPPERSGATE wes Croft Lodge Brancker 1780+ Modified by James Brancker a Liverpool sugar merchant in 1827. Now flates. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country

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Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLIBURN wes Cliburn Hall Cliburn 1567+ Rebuilt by Richard Cliburn in 1567. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CLIFTON wes Clifton Hall Wybergh 1500+ The Wyberghs moved to Borran's Hill in Cumberland. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CRACKENTHORPE wes Crackenthorpe Hall Machell 1470+ Owned by the Machells til 1928. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. CROSSTHWAITE wes Cowmire Hall Briggs - Fleming 1580+ Added to by Richard Fleming ca. 1680. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. DALTON wes Dalton Hall Hornby 1812+ Built by Edward Hornby, M.P. for Preston. Robinson, Guide, 1988. Seat of Hornby family. Cat. 1877 - LB.31.b.5526. ELTERWATER wes Elterwater Hall Robinson 1830+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. GRASMERE wes Allan Bank Crump 1805 Built by John Gregory Crump, a Liverpool merchant. Briefly occupied by Wordsworth. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HEVERSHAM wes Heversham Hall Buskell - Wilson med Acquired by the Buskell family after the dissolution. Sold by Jasper Buskell to Wilsons of Dallam. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HOFF wes Barwise Hall Sudwick - Dobson 1579+ Built by Sir John Sudwick; added to by Reginald Dobson in 1676. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. HUGILL wes Reston Hall Bateman 1743 Built by Robert Bateman, a merchant who made his fortune in Leghorn. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KENDAL wes Abbot Hall Wilson 1759 Built by Col. George Wilson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KENDAL wes Helme Lodge Crewdson 1824 Built by William Dillworth Crewdson, a Kendal banker. Designed by Francis Webster. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KILLINGTON wes Killington Hall Pickering - Kitson med Partly ruined. Thomas Kitson rebuilt part of the house in 1640. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKBY LONSDALE wes Rigmaden Park Wilson 1825+ Built by Christopher Wilson, banker, of Abbot Hall. Designed by Webster. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 253. KIRKBY LONSDALE wes Terry Bank Conder 1603+ In the Conder family since 1603. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKBY LONSDALE wes Underley Hall Nowell - Thompson 1807 Built by Alexander Nowell - Nowells of Read. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 73. KIRKBY LONSDALE wes Whelprigg Gibson 1687+

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Bought by Joseph Gibson of Barbon. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 185. KIRKBY STEPHEN wes Hartley Castle Musgrave med Demolished by Sir Christopher Musgrave in 1720 to repair his other seat Edenhall. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKBY STEPHEN wes Wharton Hall Wharton - Lowther med Seat of the Whartons since medieval times. Acquired by the Lowthers ca. 1731. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. KIRKBY THORE wes Kirkby Thore Hall Wharton med Altered in 16 cent. and 17 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LEVENS wes Heaves Gandy - Brandreth 1818+ Rebuilt by James Gandy. Now a hotel. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LEVENS wes Levens Hall Redman - Bellingham - Graham - Bagot med Owned by the Redman family to 1562; then Sir Allan Bellingham; then in 1686 sold to Sir James Graham. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. A. Bagot, Levens Hall, [1950?] F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 49. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 49. A.D. Bagot. Levens Hall. Derby: English Life, [1953]. LEVENS wes Nether Levens Preston - Wilson med Preston family till 1694; then the Wilsons of Dallam Tower. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LITTLE STRICKLAND wes Low Hall Crackanthorpe 1570+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. LOWTHER wes Lowther Castle Lowther med Numerous alterations and additions. Originally called Lowther Hall, but changed ca. 1810. Designed by Smirke ca. 1802-11. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 28. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717; III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, II, 1880, 65. Contents sold Apr 15+, 1947. MAULDS MEABURN wes Flass Dent 1780+ A new house was built in 1851 - nothing is known about the earlier house. In the Dent family since 16 cent. They made their fortune out of the East Indies and China. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MAULDS MEABURN wes Meaburn Hall Vernon - Lowther med Belonged to the Vernons until 1602 when it passed to the Lowthers. They abandoned it ca. 1750. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MIDDLETON wes Grimes Hill Moore 1680+ Demolished 1938. Altered 1836. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MIDDLETON wes Middleton Hall Middleton med Ruined by the 18 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MILBURN wes Howgill Castle Lancaster - Crackanthorpe - Sandford med Added to in 17 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MILNTHORPE wes Dallam Tower Wilson 1720+ Built by Daniel Wilson, M.P. for Westmorland. Altered 1826. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. MORLAND wes Morland Hall Atkinson - Markham 1580+ Remodelled ca. 1810. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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NEW HUTTON wes Hill Top Brunskill 1780+ Remodelled ca. 1820. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWBIGGIN wes Newbiggin Hall Crackanthorpe med Home of the Crackanthorpes since medieval times. Remodelled 1844. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. NEWBY wes Newby Hall Lowther 1620+ In the Lowther family till recent times. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. OLD HUTTON wes Blease Hall Bateman 1600+ Built by Roger Bateman. Partly demolished. Now a farmhouse. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ORMSIDE wes Ormside Hall Barton - Pickering - Hilton med The Barton family till 1580+; then passed to Sir Christopher Pickering; then the Hilton family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. ORTON wes Orton Hall Burn - Goodwin 1780+ Built for Richard Burn, historian of Westmorland and Cumberland. Now flates. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PATTERDALE wes Patterdale Hall Mounsey 1600+ Rebuilt ca. 1800 by John Mounsey. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. PATTON wes Shaw End Shepherd 1802 Built by Matthew Shepherd, designed by Francis Webster. In the Shepherd family since 1639. Recently damaged by fire. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. POOLEY BRIDGE wes Waterfoot Salmond 1820+ Built by Major Gen. James Salmond of Bengal. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. RAW HEAD wes Raw Head Sleddall med Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. RYDAL wes Rydal Hall Fleming 1580+ Extended in 17 cent. by Sir Daniel Fleming. Now a conference centre. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. SIZERGH wes Sizergh Castle Strickland med J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 162. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. J. Nash, Mansions, IV, 1849. STOCKBRIDGE wes Stockbridge Hall Lancaster - Lowther 1600+ Became a farmhouse in 17 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. TEMPLE SOWERBY wes Acorn Bank Dalston 1600+ National Trust. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. UNDERBARROW wes Cunswick Hall Leyburne 1540+ Demolished. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WARCOP wes Warcop Hall Warcop - Braithwaite - Stevenson - Preston - Wild 1570+ Added to in 1746 and again in 1850. Bought by Sir Thomas Braithwaite from the Warcops in 1590. In 1740 bought by Rev. George Stevenson. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WHITBARROW wes Whitbarrow Lodge Farrer 1820+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988.

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WINDERMERE wes Belle Isle Curwen 1782+ Bought by Isabella Curwen of Workington. Still owned by the family. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WINDERMERE wes Calgarth Park Watson 1789 Built by Richard Watson, Bishop of Llandaff. Now flats. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 109. WINDERMERE wes Elleray Wilson 1799+ Bought by John Wilson Professor at Edinburgh University. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WINDERMERE wes Rayrigg Strickland - Philipson - Fleming med Seat of the Stricklands. Rented by William Wilberforce 1787-88. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WINDERMERE wes Storrs Hall Legard - Staniforth 1781 Built by Sir John Legard. Sold to Rev. Staniforth early 19 cent. Broken up late 19 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. W.H. Pyne, Lancashire Illustrated, 1831, 88. WITBY wes Smardale Hall Smardale - Warcop - Dalston med Passed to the Dalston family 16 cent. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WITHERSLACK wes Halecat House Stanley 1810+ J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. WITHERSLACK wes Witherslack Hall Broughton - Stanley med Acquired by the Stanleys ca. 1480. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. YANWATH wes Yanwath Hall Sutton - Threlkeld - Dudley - Lowther med Acquired by Sir John Lowther in 1654 from Christopher Dudley. J.M. Robinson, Guide to the Country Houses of the North West. London, 1988. Country Life, 14, 1903, 126. WILTSHIRE BRADFORD-ON-AVON wil Belcombe Court Yerbury med Enlarged by Francis Yerbury (1706-78). Owned by the Yerburys to 1859. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. Some contents sold Oct. 7-8, 1964. BRADFORD-ON-AVON wil Bradford Priory Rogers - Methuen - Tugwell - Saunders 1450+ Sold by Hugh Rogers to Paul Methuen in 1657. Methuens to 1763. 1763 Tugwell; 1811 John Saunders. A convent after 1848. Demolished. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. BRADFORD-ON-AVON wil Hall's Manor Hall - Pierrepont - Divett Owned by the Halls to 1720. Let from 1726 - Evelyn Pierrepont, 2nd Duke of Kingston (d. 1773). Passed to Philip Medows 1789 - he changed his name to Pierrepont. Earl Manvers in 1806. Manvers Papers in Nottingham UL have archives of house. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. BREAMORE wil Breamore House Hulse 1575+ Bought by the Hulse family in 1768. Rich in 18c collections. Some books. BROMHAM wil Spye Park Baynton 1530+ Built by Sir Edward Baynton. Burned 1645. Rebuilt 1650+. Visited by Evelyn in 1654. Rebuilt 1850. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. BROUGHTON GIFFORD wil Manor House Horton - Roberts - Hobhouse 1622 Built by Sir John Horton (d. 1667). John Roberts 1758. Sold 1789 to Sir Benjamin Hobhouse. Converted to two houses ca. 1810. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. CALNE wil Bowood Park

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Fitzmaurice - Petty 1720+ Built by John Petty, Earl of Shelburne; designed by Robert and James Adam. Owned Henry Petty, Marquess of Lansdowne - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Owned by the Petty family since 1660. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 92. S. Jones, Views, 1829. CASTLE COMBE wil Castle Combe Scrope 1450+ In the Scrope family since medieval timesa. Owned 1854 by George Poulett Scrope. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 245. CHARLTON wil Charlton House [Park] Howard 1600? Designed by Inigo Jones. Owned by the Earl of Suffolk (the 4th Earl?) - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. S. Jones, Views, 1829. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. CHIPPENHAM wil Corsham House [Court] Halliday - Hungerford - Methven - Methuen 1582 Built by William Halliday in 1582+. Methuen ca. 1760. Also later called Corsham Court. Owned by Sir Edward Hungerford (d. 1711). Owned by Paul Methuen - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. John Britton, An Historical Account of Corsham House, 1806. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 216. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, II, 1825. J. Britton, Beauties, II, 1801. CHIPPENHAM wil Sheldon Manor Hungerford med Library in the 15c wing. Hungerford/Gibbs families. Country Life, 34, 1913, 638. CHISELDON wil Burderop Park Stephens - Calley 1740+ Orig. house built 1618 by William Calley (d. 16410. In Calley family to 1967. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. IX. CLIFFE-PYPARD wil Cliffe House Goddard med Owned 1853 by Horatio N. Goddard. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 130. COMPTON-BASSETT? wil Compton Park Penruddocke med In Penruddocke family from medieval times. Owned 1853 by Charles Penruddocke. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 1-4 . CUMBERWELL wil Manor House Button - Steward - Walker - Cooper - Taunton 1720 Rebuilt by Heneage Walker. Buttons to 1679; Charles Steward (d. 1698); John Walker (d. 1703); Heneage Walker (d. 1731). Sold to John A. Cooper ca. 1770. Passed to Taunton. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. DEVIZES wil New Park Estcourt 1780+ Designed by James Wyatt. Owned by Thomas Grimston Estcourt, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Estcourt had another mansion at Estcourt in Gloucestershire. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DONHEAD wil Donhead Hall Weekes - Kneller - Wyndham - Du Boulay 1650+ Also called Belknap. Sold by Knellers to Charles Wyndham in 1825. Owned 1854 by John Du Boulay. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 13. EARL STOKE wil Earl Stoke Park Brouncker - Paulet - Pitt - Heathcote - Delme - Smith 1791 Old house demolished 1785. Numerous changes in ownership. After the Paulet, the house owned by Peter Delm‚; then Joshua Smith. Bought by Taylor in 1820. Library. Owned by George Watson Taylor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Thomas Pitt 1724; George Heathcote 1725; Peter Delm‚ 1737; John Smith 1780. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. EAST COULSTON wil Baynton House Godolphin - Evelyn - Long 1658 Built by Francis Godolphin. Owned by William Godolphin (d. 1781). Bought by William Evelyn. Bought 1796 by William Long. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. ERLESTOKE wil Erlestoke Park Delm‚ - Smith - Taylor 1786 Acquired by Joshua Smith, MP. ca. 1780. Bought by the Taylors 1820. Library. Owned 1853 by Mrs Watson Taylor. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 234. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1802. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, V, 1822. FONTHILL wil Fonthill Abbey Gifford - Beckford - Farquhar 1755+ Original house burned in 1755. Owned by William Beckford; sold to John Farquhar in 1822. J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. J. Rutter, A Description of Fonthill Abbey. Shaftesbury, 1822. J. Britton, Beauties of Wiltshire,

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III, 1825, 328. Contents sold Oct. 1-11, 1822; Sep. 9+, 1823. HARDENHUISH wil Hardenhuish House Colbourne - Hawkins - Clutterbuck 1780? Built by vColbourne family. Christopher Ansstey died here in 1815. Owned 1855 by Edmund L. Clutterbuck. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 4. KEEVIL wil Talboys Berry - Talboys - Watts - Chamberlaine 1500+ Built by Thomas Barkesdale, Owned by Edward Berry ca. 1680 - Berrys to 1749. Thomas Talboys (d. 1765). Passed to James Watts ca. 1810; then Chamberlaine. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. LACOCK wil Lacock Abbey Sherrington - Talbot - Grosett med Sherrington family after the dissolution. Owned by John Rock Grosett, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. National Trust. J. Britton, Beauties of Wiltshire, III, 1825, 235. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold July 28-29, 1947. LAKE wil Lake House Duke 1580+ Rebuilt by George Duke 1580+. In the Duke family to 1897. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VI. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 63. LIDDINGTON wil Manor House Talbot - Churchill 1580+ Owned by the Talbots to 1720, when bought by Duke of Marlborough. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. IX. LITTLECOT wil Littlecot Park Darell - Popham - Leybourne 1530+ Many changes made. Owned by General Edward Leybourne Popham - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. LYDIARD TREGOZE wil Lydiard Park St John 1743 Rebuilt 1743 by John St John (d. 1748). Contents sold in 1824 - rest in 1943 when acquired by Swindon Corporation. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. IX. [Anon] Lydiard Park. [Swindon, 1966?] Country Life, 103, 1948, 578. MELKSHAM wil Place House Brouncker - Selfe - Jenkyns - Heathcote 1550+ Built by Henry Brouncker. Sold to Isaac Selfe 1657 - Selfes to 1757. Passed to Richard Jenkyns; Heathcotes 1806. Demolished. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. NORTON BAVANT wil Manor House Bennett 1641+ Built by Thomas Bennett. Remodelled ca. 1700; altered 1774. Owned by Bennetts to 1858. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. POTTERNE wil Blount's Court Longe - Frampton - Stancomb 1809 Built by William Stancomb on site of older house. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. RAMSBURY wil Ramsbury Manor Jones - Burdett 1675+ Designed by John Webb, nephew of Inigo Jones. Owned by Sir Francis Burdett, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Country Life, 22, 1907, 198. REDLYNCH wil Newhouse Gorges - Eyre - Jeffreys 1580+ A Y-shaped house, designed by John Thorpe. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. SALISBURY wil Longford Castle Gorges - Bouverie 1591+ Built by Sir Thomas Gorges. Owned by William Pleydell Bouverie, Earl of Radnor - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Burned ca. 1810. C.J. Richardson, Old English Mansions, IV, 1848. J. Britton, Beauties of Wiltshire, I, 1801, 95. SALISBURY wil Trafalgar House Nelson 1733 F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. STEEPLE ASHTON wil Manor House Paulet - Greenhill - Bennett - Smith 1620+ Sold by William Paulet (d. 1629) to John Greenhill (d. 1618); sold to John Bennett 1624; Robert Smith ca. 1730; sold by John Smith to Richard Long 1799. In Long family to 1963. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. STEEPLE ASHTON wil Rood Ashton House Long 1550+ Bought by Edward Long 1597. Remodelled 1770+; altered 1836. Ruined by 1900. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII.

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STOURTON wil Stourhead Hoare 1721+ Designed by Colen Campbell for Henry Hoare. Large library especially rich in topography. Catalogue published in 1840 (754 pp). Copy in the BL. Colt Hoare's collection of Italian books given to the BM in 1825. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 90. S. Jones, Views, 1829. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. STRATFORD-SUB-CASTLE wil Mawarden Court Herbert - Hill - Pitt - Caledon 1645+ Owned by the Chapter of Salisbury. Leased to Sir William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1570). Built by Philip Herbert (d. 1650). Robert Pitt 1724. Pitt family to 1805. Then leased to Lord Caledon. Became the Vicarage in 1849. Altered ca. 1810. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VI. SWINDON wil Swindon House Goddard med Goddards from 1580 to 1898. Thomas Goddard (d. 1598); Ambrose Goddard (d. 1854). VCH Wiltshire, Vol. IX. WARDOUR wil Wardour Castle Arundell med Greatly enlarged by Sir Matthew Arundell ca. 1575. Owned by James Everard Arundell - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Large library. J. Britton, Beauties of Wiltshire, I, 1801, 253. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 166. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WARMINSTER wil Byne House Wansey 1755 Built by John Wansey. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. WARMINSTER wil Longleat House Thynne 1580+ Completed in 1580. Substantial library with books going back to the 15c. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. D. Thynne, Longleat. London, 1949. D. Burnett, Longleat. London, 1978. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 166. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717; III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Kip, I, 1715. D. Coates. Longleat. Derby: English Life: [1960]; [1968]. WEST LAVINGTON# wil Manor House Dauntsey - Danvers - Bertie - Palmer - Churchill 1560+ Rebuilt ca. 1670 by Sir John Danvers. Owned by James Bertie, Earl of Abingdon, 1681. Bought 1766 by the Duke of Marlborough. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. WEST TOCKENHAM wil Tockenham House Button - Walker - Walker-Heneage 1630+ Last Button died in 1712. Rebuilt by Heneage Walker (d. 1731) ca. 1720. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. IX. WESTBURY wil Bratton House Ballard 1750+ VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VIII. WHADDON wil Seend Green House Sumner - Seymour - Webb - Bruge 1620+ VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. WHADDON wil Whaddon House Long 1580+ Long family from 1555. Burned 1835. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. WILTON wil Wilton House Herbert 1550+ Where Sydney wrote his Arcadia. Many alterations by Wyatt ca. 1800. Owned by George Augustus Herbert, Earl of Pembroke & Montogomery - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Large library. Library sold June 25-26, 1914; March 15-17, 1920. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VI. 8th Earl had a large library ca. 1710. T.J.P. Lever, The Herberts of Wilton. London, 1967. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 181. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717; III, 1725; V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WINSLEY-CUM-TURLEIGH wil Turleigh House Kent - Long 1550+ Enlarged ca. 1620; rebuilt ca. 1750. Thomas Kent (d. 1703); Longs from 1731. Walter Long (d. 1807). VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VII. WOODFORD wil Heale House Green - Hyde - Frampton - Bowles 1680+ Orig. house belonged to the Greens. Owned by Sir Lawrence Hyde 1600 (d. 1643). Robert Hyde MD (d. 1742). Matthew Frampton (d. 1742). William Bowles, Canon of Salisbury (d. 1788). Bought by Capt Gilbert Heathcote (d. 1831); Rev Samuel Heathcote. Samuel Johnson stayed with William Bowles for three weeks in 1783. Enlarged 1810+. VCH Wiltshire, Vol. VI.

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WORCESTERSHIRE ABBERLEY wor Abberley Hall Walsh - Bromley - Moilliet 1660+ John Walsh ca. 1670 (d. 1682); Sir William Walsh (d. 1707), writer; Robert Bromley (d. 1803); John L. Moilliet 1836. Cat. 1882 - Cup.410.f.599. John L. Moilliet. Abberley Manor. London, 1903. ABBERLEY wor Abberley Lodge Walsh - Bromley 1560+ In the Walsh family from medieval times. Passed to Bromley family ca. 1720. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 5. ABBERTON wor Abberton Hall Laslett 1619+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 175. ASTLEY wor Glasshampton Winford 1705+ Built by Thomas Cookes Winford. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 40. BAYTON wor Shakenhurst Hall Wigley 1670+ Remodelled 1798. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BEOLEY wor Beoley Hall Sheldon - Holmes -Hornby - Mole 1660+ Built by William Sheldon (d. 1570). Earlier house vanished. Rebuilt by Ralph Sheldon (d. 1684). Remodelled 1791. Sold in 1788 to Thomas Holmes. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. VCH Worcestershire. BESFORD wor Besford Court Besford - Harewell - Sebright 1500+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BIRTSMORTON wor Birtsmorton House Nanfan - Coote - Monckton - Thackwell 1550+ Owned by John Nanfan (d. 1446); William Nanfan (d. 1612). Passed to Charles Coote 1771. Sold 1779 to Edward Monckton; 1795 to John Thackwell (d. 1808). Thackwells to 1911. VCH Worcestershire. BLOCKLEY wor Northwick Park Childe - Rushout 1730 Elizabethan house seat of the Childes. Rebuilt by Sir John Rushout. VCH Worcestershire. Library sold May 26-27, 1965; June 24-25, 1965; Oct 27, 1965; Nov 24, 1965. BREDON wor Manor House Washbourne - Hancock - Embury 1585 Sold by William Washbourne to William Hancock 1663. John Embury 1776. VCH Worcestershire. BRETFORTON wor Bretforton Manor Ashwin 1620+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. BRICKLEHAMPTON wor Bricklehampton Hall Woodward 1780+ Numerous owners. Rebuilt 1848 by Francis Woodward. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 55. BROADWAY wor Middle Hill Taylor - Surman - Boscawen - Savage - Phillipps 1724 Earliest house ca. 1724 owned by William Taylor; then Surman family; then Boscawen; then George Savage (1772). Enlarged ca. 1780. Owned by Sir Thomas Phillipps - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BROUGHTON GREEN wor Mere Hall Bearcroft 1560+ Seat of the Bearcrofts until 1977. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 143. F.O. Morris, Views, VI, 1880, 15. W. Niven, Old Worcestershire Houses, 1873, 7. CLENT wor Clent House Amphlett 1709 Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. COTHERIDGE wor Cotheridge Court Berkeley 1770+ Remodelled from an earlier house. Now flats. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Berkeleys to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 86. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 559. CROOME D'ABITOT wor Croome Court Clare - Coventry 1540+ Bought in 1563 by Sir Thomas Coventry. Rebuilt 1752. Adam's bookcases survive in the library. Owned by George

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William Coventry, Earl of Coventry - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. William Deane, An Historical ... Account. Worcester, 1824. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 8. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DAYLESFORD wor Daylesford House Hastings - Imhoff - Knight 1800? Owned by Warren Hastings. Inventory, 1837 - BL MS Add. 41610. Sale catalogue, August 22+, 1853. Other MS lists in Alston, Handlist of Library Catalogues, 1991. Passed to Sir Charles Imhoff who owned it to 1853. VCH Worcestershire. EARL'S CROOME wor Earl's Croome Court Jeffery - Marten - Dunne 1600+ Acquired by Thomas Jeffery 1547. Built by Thomas Jeffery (d. 1650). Bought by Rev William Marten ca. 1700. Passed to Thomas Dunne ca. 1740. Owned by Rev Charles Dunne ca. 1850. VCH Worcestershire. ECKINGTON wor Woollas Hall Hanford 1611+ Built by John Hanford (d. 1616). Hanford family from 1578 to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. Now flats. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 59. ELDERSFIELD wor Eldersfield Court Spiller - Lechmere 1680+ Acquired by Henry Spiller ca. 1650. Passed to Anthony Lechmere in 1715. Lechmere family to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. ELMLEY CASTLE wor Elmley Castle House Savage - Clavering-Savage 1550+ Built by Francis Savage (d. 1557). Savage family to 1776. Remodelled 1702. Passed to Robert Clavering (=Savage) 1776. VCH Worcestershire. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 384. ELMLEY CASTLE wor Park House Savage - Davies 1550+ Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. ELMLEY LOVETT wor The Lodge Townshend - Forrester 1635 Built by Henry Townshend (d. 1663). Demolished 1890. VCH Worcestershire. EVESHAM wor Abbey Manor Rudge 1840 P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. FECKENHAM wor Norgrove Court Cookes - Hemming 1660+ Built by William Cookes. Bought by Richard Hemming ca. 1845. VCH Worcestershire. FLADBURY wor Craycombe House Perrott 1791+ Built for George Perrott of the East India Company. The home of Francis Brett Young. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. GRAFTON MANOR wor Manor House Talbot 1525? Rebuilt 1567 by John Talbot (d. 1611). Burned 1710. The Talbots were a recusant family. VCH Worcestershire. GREAT MALVERN wor Madresfield Court Lygon med Built by Sir William Lygon. Lygons from 1420. Owned by William Beauchamp Lygon, Earl Beauchamp - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. VCH Worcestershire. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 117. GREAT WITLEY wor Witley Court Russell - Foley 1620+ Repeated rebuildings. Destroyed by fire in 1937. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. W. Angus Seats, 1787. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 95. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 85. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 465. HADZOR wor Hadzor House Amphlett - Galton 1779 Owned by Amphlett family to ca. 1820. Enlarged 1827 by Howard Galton. Galtons to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. HAGLEY wor Hagley Hall Lyttelton 1760? Built by George, 1st Lord Lyttelton on site of old house. Owned by Lyttelton family since 1565. Hagley MSS catalogued by HMC. VCH Worcestershire. [Anon] A Description of Hagley Park. London, 1777. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 174. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. G. Jackson-Stops. Hagley Hall. Derby: English Life, 1979; 1982.

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HAGLEY wor Harborough Hall Penn - Shenstone 1635+ Built by William Penn. Passed from daughter to Thomas Shenstone. VCH Worcestershire. HALESOWEN wor Halesowen Grange Leith - Burgh 1720+ Seat of the Lords Burgh. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HALESOWEN wor The Leasowes Shenstone 1750+ William Shenstone's house. Rebuilt 1820+. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. [Anon] A Companion to the Leasowes, Hagley, and Enville. London, 1789. W. West, Picturesque Views in Shropshire, 1831, 119. HANBURY wor Hanbury Hall Vernon 1740+ Drawings in house. Built by Thomas Vernon (d. 1721). Vernons from 1631 to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. National Trust. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. M. Gibbon, Hanbury Hall. London, 1967. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 210. HANLEY CASTLE wor Severn End Lechmere 1650+ Disastrous fire in 1896. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. E.P. Shirley, Hanley and the House of Lechmere. London, 1883. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 559. W. Niven, Old Worcestershire Houses, 1873, 41. HANLEY WILLIAM wor Hanley Court Newport - Wakeman 1720+ Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. HARTLEBURY wor Hartlebury Castle Episcopal Residence 1500+ Residence of the Bishops of Worcester from 16 cent. Rebuilt 1660+ by Thomas Westrowe. Bishop LLoyd 1699; Hurd 1788. Hurd's library still there. VCH Worcestershire. HARVINGTON wor Harvington Hall Yate - Pakington - Throckmorton 1590+ Enlarged 17 cent. Dilapidated by 1911. Demolished. VCH Worcestershire. HILLHAMPTON wor Hillhampton House Mucklow - Slaney - Foley 1600+ Sold by William Mucklow in 1654 ro Richard Slaney; sold to Thomas Foley 1670. Foleys to 19 cent. VCH Worcestershire. HINDLIP wor Hindlip House [Hall] Habington - Compton 1580+ Plundered 1651. Burned ca. 1810. Bought by John Habington (d. 1582); William Habington, the poet (d. 1654). Passed to Sir William Compton 1686. Compton family to 1853. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 81. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 588. HUDDINGTON wor Huddington Court Wintour 1584+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. INKBERROW wor Cookhill Priory Fortescue 1580+ Remodelled in 1763. Granted to Sir Nicholas Fortescue in 1542. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. IPSLEY wor Ipsley Court Huband 1660+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KEMERTON wor Kemerton Court Parsons - Hopton 1600+ Now a sanatorium. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. KEMPSEY wor The Nash Buck - Baker - Bentley - Temple 1598+ Probably built by John Buck. Sold 1620+ to Humphrey Baker. 1650 sold to Charles Bentley. 1738 sold to Sir William Temple (d. 1760). 1805 passed to John Dicken (=Temple). VCH Worcestershire. KYRE MAGNA wor Kyre Park Pytts - Childe 1586+ Bought and repaired by Sir Edward Pytts 1575 (d. 1618). Included a library. Altered 1780. Several Pytts were MPs. Pytts to 1832. Passed to William L. Childe. VCH Worcestershire. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 472. Library sold July 7, 1930. MARLBOROUGH wor Tottenham Park Bruce 1740?

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Designed by the Earl of Burlington on site of old house ruined in the Civil War. Owned by Charles Bruce Brudenell Bruce, Marquess of Ailesbury - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Library. MARTLEY wor The Noak Nash 1620+ Bought by James Nash ca. 1665. Nash family to 20 cent. Rebuilt 1853. Owned by Rev Treadway R. Nash, the Worcestershire historian. VCH Worcestershire. MOSELEY wor Moseley Hall Taylor 1800+ Burned in the riots of 1791. Rebuilt by John Taylor. Owned by Mrs Taylor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. NORTH CLAINES wor Bevere House Nash - Cutler 1760+ Built by Dr T.R. Nash, historian of Worcestershire. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781. OMBERSLEY wor Ombersley Court Sandys 1725+ Built by Samuel Sandys, 1st Lord Sandys. Later remodelling. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 123. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 216. Country Life, 113, 1953, 34, 94, 152. OVERBURY wor Overbury Court Martin 1740+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T. R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 559. PERSHORE wor Perrot House Perrot - Woodward 1760+ Built by George Perrot (d. 1780). Owned by Thomas Woodward, painter (d. 1852). VCH Worcestershire. POWICK wor Priors Court Lane - Goole 1570+ The home of John Lane who helped Charles II escape after the battle of Worcester. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. REDMARLEY D'ABITOT wor Down House Dowdeswell 1823 Old house pulled down 1823. Owned 1854 by George Dowdeswell, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 18. RIBBESFORD wor Ribbesford House Herbert 1535+ Lord Herbert of Chirbury lived here. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, I, 1781, 38. ROUS LENCH wor Rous Lench Court Rous - Rouse - Boughton - Rouse-Boughton 1520+ Partly demolished ca. 1810. Rous family from 1382 to 1729. Thomas Philipps changed his name to Rouse 1719 (d. 1768). Passed 1768 to Charles W. Boughton (=Rouse). VCH Worcestershire. W. Niven, Old Worcestershire Houses, 1873, 29. SALWARPE wor Salwarpe Court Talbot - Sharington - Gresley 1480+ Bought by John Talbot 1546. Passed to Sir Henry Sharington 1574. Then Talbots to 1738. Sold to Philip Gresley (d. 1825). Hardly modified over the centuries. VCH Worcestershire. SPETCHLEY wor Spetchley Park Sheldon - Berkeley 1508+ Rebuilt in 1815+. Large library. Passed from the Sheldon family to Rowland Berkeley (d. 1611). Owned by Robert Berkeley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Owned by R.J. Berkeley. P. Reid, Guide, II, 1980. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 13. Country Life, 40, 1916, 42. STANFORD-ON-TEME wor Stanford Court Salwey - Winnington 1620+ Destroyed by fire in 1882 - with loss of library. Part survives. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 365. STAUNTON wor Staunton Court Horton - Cooke - Lechmere 1580+ Probably built by Walter Horton. Sold 1636 to Thomas Cooke (d. 1641). Sold ca. 1720 to Nicholas Lechmere. Lechmeres to 20 cent. VCH Worcestershire. STOULTON wor Wolverton Hall Cooksey - Acton 1720+ P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. STOURBRIDGE wor Wollaston Hall Liddeatt - Wheeler - Addenbrooks 1550+

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John Liddeatt (d. 1639). Edward Liddeatt 1672. VCH Worcestershire. STRENSHAM wor Strensham Court Taylor 1824 Built for John Taylor. Destroyed by fire in 1974. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. VCH Worcestershire. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 392. TARBECK wor Hewell Grange Other - Windsor 1712+ Owned by Other Archer Windsor - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. T.R. Nash, Worcestershire, II, 1782, 403. TIDMINGTON wor Tidmington House Ingram - Walker - Wentworth - Snow 1600+ Owned by Ingrams from 1545 to 1625. Richard Walker 1636. 1716 Thomas Wentworth. 1750 passed to Snow family. Snows to 1888. Remodelled 1700+' again 1780+. VCH Worcestershire. UPPER ARLEY wor Arley Castle Lyttelton - Woodward 1580+ In the Lyttelton family to 1779. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. Contents sold Dec. 6-18, 1852. UPTON WARREN wor Badge Court Winter - Talbot 1630+ Left by Sir George Winter to his widow with reversion to Gilbert Talbot; thence the Earls of Shrewsbury. VCH Worcestershire. Earlier name Batchcott. UPTON-ON-SEVERN wor Ham Court Martin 1772 Built by the Martin family (Martins Bank), designed by Anhtony Keck. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. UPTON-ON-SEVERN wor Rhydd Court Lechmere 1700? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. WESTWOOD PARK wor Westwood Park Pakington 1560+ Built by Sir John Pakington. Damaged in Civil War. Rebuilt 1660+. The Pakington seat at Hampton Lovett destroyed in the Civil War. Remodelled ca. 1720. Pakington family to 1900. VCH Worcestershire. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 271. S.C. Hall, Baronial Halls, II, 1848. J. Kip, I, 1715. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 67. WICHENFORD wor Wichenford Court Washbourne - Skinner - Woodroffe 1670+ Now a farmhouse. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. VCH Worcestershire. WICK wor Wick House Hudson 1750+ Demolished. P. Reid, Guide to Country Houses, II, 1980. WOLVERLEY wor Wolverley Court Attwood 1580+ Owned by Attwoods to 19 cent. Rebuilt ca. 1810. VCH Worcestershire. WOLVERSHULL wor Wollashull Hall Hanford 1611+ Owned by Francis Hanford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. YORKSHIRE ACKLAM yor Acklam Hall Hustler 1665+ Built by Sir William Hustler. Remodelled 1845. Hustler family from 1637 to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 106. ALDBOROUGH yor Aldborough Manor Lawson 1830+ J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 128. Also spelled Aldburgh. Built by Andrew Lawson, MP. The original Lawson was Sir George Lawson (1530). ALLERTON MAULEVERER yor Stourton Thornton - Stourton 1700? Once owned by the Duke of York who sold it in 1789 to Colonel Thornton - then it was called Thornville Royal. Sold to Lord Stourton in 1805. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. ARMLEY yor Armley House Hopton - Gott 1800+ Designed by Smirke. Gardens by Repton. Owned by Benjamin Gott - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Jones, Views, 1829.

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ASKRIGG yor Coleby Hall Coleby - Wortley 1633 Built by John Coleby. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. ASKRIGG yor Nappa Hall Metcalfe - Robinson - Viner 1450+ Built by Thomas Metcalfe. Sold by Thomas Metcalfe ca. 1705. Passed to Thomas Robinson, 2nd Lord Grantham. Passed 1809 to Lady Mary Viner. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. BARNSLEY yor Wentworth Castle Wentworth - Fitzwilliam 1720? Home of the Earls of Strafford - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Known also as Wentworth Woodhouse. Remodelled 1780+. Neale, Views, V. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 254. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, I, 1715; IV, 1739. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. D. Hey. Wentworth Castle. Derby: English Life, 1991. BEDALE yor Bedale Hall Peirse - Beresford-Peirse 1700+ Bought by John Peirse 1657. Henry Peirse (d. 1824). Passed to Admiral Sir John Beresford = Beresford-Peirse. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. BEDALE yor Cowling Hall Raper - Robertson 1740+ Owned by Henry Raper 1706. Robertson 1792. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. BENINGBROUGH yor Beningbrough Hall Bourchier - Earle - Dawnay 1620+ Built by Sir John Bourchier (d. 1660). Passed 1768 to Giles Earle; 1827 to Rev William H. Dawnay. Daawnay family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J. Lees-Milne, Beningborough Hall. London, 1961. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 3. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 7. Contenst sold June 10-13, 1958. BESSINGBY yor Bessingby Hall Hudson 1807 Built by Harring Hudson (d. 1848). VCH Yorkshire East Riding. BIRSTALL yor Tong Hall Tempest - Plumbe 1702+ Built by Sir George Tempest. Large library. Owned by Colonel Plumbe - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. BOLTON-BY-BOWLAND yor Bolton Hall Pudsey - Dawson - Bolton - Littledale 1580? Owned by Pudsey family to 1728 when Ambrose died. Sold by Pudsey Dawson 1804 to John Bolton; resold 1833 to Mrs Mary Littledale, daughter of Pudsey Dawson. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 137. BOROUGHBRIDGE yor Boroughbridge Hall Lawson 1580+ Owned 1852 by Andrew Lawson - previous owners not yet identified. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 128. BOSSALL yor Bossall Hall Belt 1643+ Built by Sir Robert Belt. Belt family to 1889. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. BOYNTON yor Boynton Hall Strickland 1590? Built by William Strickland (d. 1598). Altered ca. 1700. |Remodelled by Sir William Strickland (d. 1735); 1765-80 by Sir George Strickland, designed by Carr. Stricklands to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. BRADFORD yor Bowling Hall Asheton - Tempest - Mason 1570+ Also spelled Bolling. Added to at different times. Owned by Thomas Mason - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Now a museum owned by Bradford Council. S. Jones, Views, 1829. BRANDSBY yor Brandsby Hall Cholmeley 1767 Built by Francis Cholmeley on site of old house. Cholmeley family from 1558 to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 125. BROUGH yor Brantingham Thorpe Smetheby - Shawe - Sykes 1570+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. BROUGHTON yor Broughton Hall Tempest 1580? In the Tempest family since 15 cent. Owned 1855 by Sir Charles R. Tempest. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 218. John Tempest (d. 1737). BROUNSHOLME yor Brounsholme Hall

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Parker 1602+ Owned by the Parker family since 15 cent. Old house pulled down in 1601 and rebuilt by Thomas Parker. Remodelled ca. 1800-13. [Anon] Brounsholme Hall, [1957?]. T.L. Parker, Description of Brounsholme Hall. London, 1815. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 232. BURTON AGNES yor Manor House [Hall] Griffith - Boynton med Remodelled 1470 by Sir Walter Griffith (d. 1481). Rebuilt 1601-10 by Sir Henry Griffith, designed by Robert Smythson. Remodelled 1720 by Sir Griffith Boynton (d. 1730). Passed on death of Sir Henry Griffith in 1654 to Sir Francis Boynton. Boyntons to 1899. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. E.I. Musgrave. Burton Agnes Hall. Derby: English Life, [1957]. CASTLE LEAVINGTON yor Red Hall Meriton - Pennyman - Caris 1603+ Built by George Meriton, Dean of York (d. 1624). Passed to the Pennyman family. Sold by Sir James Pennyman 1802 to Robert Caris. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. CATTERICK yor Kiplin Hall Calvert - Crowe - Carpenter 1625 Built by George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, des. Inigo Jones. Passed to Christopher Crowe 1722. Robert Crowe 1809. Passed to George D. Carpenter, Earl of Tyrconnel. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. G.B. Wood, Historic Homes of Yorkshire, 1957, 78. CAWTHORNE yor Cannon Hall Bosvile - Hewitt - Spencer - Stanhope 1680? Library formed by the "late" John Spencer. Owned by Walter Spencer Stanhope - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Museum owned by Barnsley Council CONSTABLE BURTON yor Constable Burton Hall Wyvill 1755+ Built by Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, des. by Carr. Wyvill family from 1575 to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 55. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. COSTON yor Coston Hall Skinner - Jolliffe - Lowe - Biddulph - Archer med Edward Skinner 1594. Richard Skinner (d. 1631). Passed to Thomas Jolliffe ca. 1660. Passed to Rebecca Lowe (d. 1791) in 1758; Biddulph family. Sold 1812 to Other Archer, 6th Earl of Plymouth. VCH Worcestershire. COTTINGHAM yor Hull Bank House Burton 1740? Built by Richard Burton (d. 1765). Now known as Haworth Hall. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. COXWOLD yor Newburgh Priory Bellasis 1600+ Owned by William Bellasis (d. 1603). Bellasis = Viscounts Fauconberg. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 265. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 185. CROFT yor Halnaby Hall Milbanke 1728 Large library. Acquired by Mark Milbanke (d. 1680). Probably built by Ralph Milbanke (d. 1748). Milbanke family to 1857. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. CUSWORTH yor Cusworth Hall Wrightson 1740 Owned by William Wrightson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. W. Angus, Seats, 1787. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. S. Jones, Views, 1829. DARLEY yor Darley Hall Bownes - Newman 1700+ Bownes (derived from Bohun) to 1820, when passed to William Newman. Owned by him in 1852. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 197. DENTON yor Denton Park Fairfax - Ibbetson 1660+ Twice rebuilt. Last time in 1800+, designed by Carr. Owned by Sir Henry Carr Ibbetson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. DOUNHOLME yor Walburn Hall Lascelles - Beckwith - Hutton 1570+ Passed to Roger Beckwith. Beckwiths to 1755. John Hutton. Hutton family from 1755 to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. DRIFFIELD yor Burton Agnes Hall Boynton 1595? Preservation Trust. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. [Anon]. Burton Agnes Hall, [1969].

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Archives sold July 28-29, 1947. DRIFFIELD yor Sledmere House Sykes 1751? Built by Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd Bart. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 124. Country Life, 1, 1897, 246. ESCRICK yor Escrick Hall Thompson - Lawley 1680+ Rebuilt by Henry Thompson (d. 1700) who bought the house in 1668 from the Knyvett family. Passed in 1820 to P.B. Lawley. Enlarged 1763 (designed John Carr); again in 1846. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. ESHOLT yor Esholt Hall Calverley - Stansfield - Crompton 1720+ Built by Sir Walter Calverley. Owned by Joshua Crompton - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. ESHTON yor Eshton Hall Bindless - Wilson 1825 Owned by Wilson family since 1646. Owned by Matthew Wilson - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Large library. C.J. Stewart, A Catalogue of the Library collected by Miss Richardson Currer. London, 1833. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 127. FARNLEY yor Farnley Hall Fawkes 1800+ Earlier houses demolished. Designed by Carr. Owned by Walter Fawkes - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Notable collection of Turners. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 81. FLASBY-WITH-WINTERBURN yor Flasby Hall Preston 1720? Med. house demolished 1718. Owned 1854 by Cooper Preston. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 87. FORCETT yor Forcett Park Shuttleworth - Michell 1720+ Probably built by Robert Shuttleworth. Passed to Michell 1785. Michells family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. FRYSTONE MONK yor Frystone Hall Crowle - Carr - Milnes 1780? Owned 1853 by Robert P. Milnes, MP. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 241; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 75. GILLING yor Gilling Castle Fairfax med Rebuilt 1585 by Sir William Fairfax (d. 1597). Remodelled 1710+. Fairfax family to 1871. VCH Yorkshire North Riding, vol I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 94. GLEDSTONE yor Gledstone Hall Hartley - Roundell 1715+ Passed to the Roundell family ca. 1710. Owned 1852 by Richard H. Roundell. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 54. GROTTON yor Grotton Hall Buckley 1575? Original house built ca. 1575. Rebuilt 1656 by John Buckley. Owned 1853 by Edmund Buckley, MP. In Buckley family from med. times. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 18. GUISBOROUGH yor Guisborough Hall Chaloner 1530? Bought by Sir Thomas Chaloner (d. 1565). Chaloners to 1825, when the house was demolished. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J. Kip, I, 1715. GUISBOROUGH yor Hutton Hall Pease 1800? F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. GUISELEY yor Hawksworth Hall Hawksworth - Carroll 1611? Many times altered. Owned by George Carroll - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HAREWOOD yor Harewood House Wentworth - Cutler - Boulter - Lascelles 1760+ Home of the Lascelles family (Earls of Harewood) since 1760. Designed by John Carr. Library. Neale, vol. V, 1822. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. R. Buckle, Harewood, [1959?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 69. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, V, 1771. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. E.I. Musgrave. Harewood House. Derby: English Life, [1953]. R. Buckle. Harewood. Derby: English Life, [1959]; [1966]. HAWNBY yor Arden Hall Tancred 1600+ Built by Ralph Tancred (d. 1602). Tancred family to 1900. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. HEATH yor Heath

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Smyth 1740? Built by John Smyth - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. HEDON yor New Hall Dawson - Iveson 1740+ Built by Jacob Dawson, Town Clerk. Bought 1769 by William Iveson, lawyer (d. 1786). VCH Yorkshire East Riding. HELMSLEY yor Duncombe Park Villiers - Duncombe 1713+ Large library. Owned by the Earl of Rutland; then George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham. Passed to Duncombe family in 1695. Owned by Charles Duncombe, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Remodelled by 1st Earl of Feversham in 1879 after a fire. VCH Yorkshire North Riding, vol I. [Anon] A Description of Duncombe Park. Kirbymoorside, 1812. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 31. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. S. Jones, Views, 1829. HEMSWORTH yor Hemsworth Hall Bradshaw - Wood - Wrightson - Greaves - Leatham 1600? Bought from the Bradshaws by Dr Henry Wood in 1769. Sir Charles Wood (d. 1836). Sold by Henry Greaves 1849 to Leatham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 117. HENDERSKELFE yor Castle Howard Howard 1699+ Designed by Vanbrugh. Built for the 3rd Earl of Carlisle. Owned by Frederick Howard, Earl of Carlisle - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Website: http://www.castlehoward.co.uk/ HESLINGTON yor Heslington Hall Eynns - Hesketh - Yarburgh 1568 Acquired by Thomas Hesketh 1601. 1692 passed to James Yarburgh. Yarburgh family to 1852. Orig. house built by Sir Thomas Eynns. Altered 1852. Now York University. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 154. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, V, 1822. HORNBY yor Hornby Castle St Quintin - Conyers - Osborne med Altered 1710; 1800. Library. Passed to the Osbornes, Dukes of Leeds ca. 1700. Owned by George William Frederick Osborne, Duke of Leeds - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1880. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold June 2-4, 1930. HOTHAM yor Hotham Hall Burton 1722? Bought by Burton family 1719. Enlarged 1823. HOUGHTON yor Houghton Hall Langdale 1760+ Built by Philip Langdale (d. 1814). Passed to Charles Houghton (=Langdale). Langdale family to 1950. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. Country Life, 138, 1965, 1734. HOVINGHAM yor Hovingham Hall Worsley 1750 Built by Thomas Worsley (d. 1778). Worsley family to 10 c. VCH Yorkshire North Riding, vol I. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 133. M. Worsley. Hovingham Hall. Derby: English Life, 1984. HOWSHAM yor Howsham Hall Wentworth - Cholmley 1580+ The Cholmley family acquired from Cholmley. Owned by Henry Cholmley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Catalogue of the library by William Tesseyman, 1791 – Bodley MS. Eng. Misc. c. 568. Library sold by Hollis & Webb, Leeds, 2 Nov. 1948. HUNMANBY yor Hunmanby Hall Lappington - Osbaldeston - Osbaldeston-Mitford 1610+ Enlarged 1663; remodelled 1700-20. Bought from Robert Lappington in 1665 by William Osbaldeston. Osbaldestons to 1835. Passed to Bertram Mitford = Osbaldeston-Mitford (to 1920). VCH Yorkshire East Riding. HUTTON MAGNA yor Hutton Hall Girlington - Tunstall 1580+ Probably built by Nicholas Girlington, who sold to Francis Tunstall 1614. Tunstall family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 15. INGLEBY ARNCLIFFE yor Ingleby Hall Mauleverer 1580+ Built by William Mauleverer. Rebuilt 1745 by Thomas Mauleverer, des. by Carr. Fire 1912. Mauleverer family to 1857. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. INGLEBY GREENHOW yor Ingleby Manor Eure - Foulis 1570+

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Bought from Ralph Eure by Sir David Foulis in 1608. Foulis family to 1876. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 137. J. Kip, I, 1715. KELFIELD yor Kelfield Hall Stillington 1590? Bought by Thomas Stllington 1577. Remodelled 1839. Complex history after death of Joseph Stillington in 1746. Estate split in 1812. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. KINGSTON-UPON-HULL yor Burton Constable Hall Constable 1580? Added to in the 18c. MS. cat 1791. Large library. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Watts (1779) records a library of over 10,000 vols. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 89. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 45. Watts, Seats, 1779. KINGSTON-UPON-HULL yor Wilberforce House Wilberforce 1656? Owned by Hull Council. A museum to the memory of William Wilbeforce. Country Life, 109, 1951, 265. KIPPAX yor Kippax Park Bland 1580+ Built by Sir Thomas Bland. Owned by Thomas Davison Bland - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. KIRKHEATON yor Denby Grange Kaye 1640+ Owned by Sir John Lister Kaye - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 228. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 81. KIRKLEATHAM yor Kirkleatham Hall Turner - Vansittart 1623+ Built by John Turner. Remodelled by Charles Turner ca. 1750. Passed 1812 to Henry Vansittart (d. 1844). VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J. Kip, I, 1715. KIRKLEATHAM yor Wilton Castle Bulmer - Lowther med Designed by Smirke, built ca. 1810. Owned by Sir John Lowther - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 336. KIRKLEES yor Kirklees Hall Armytage med Owned by Sir George Armytage - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 211. S. Jones, Views, 1829. G.B. Wood, Historic Homes of Yorkshire, 1957, 15. KNEDLINGTON yor Knedlington Manor Arlush - Terrick - Clarke 1570? New house built 1841 by Thomas Clarke. Old Hall still remained in 1850. Owned by Richard Terrick, Bishop of London, ca. 1750. The Clarke family from ca. 1800. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 242. LEDSTON yor Ledston Hall Witham - Wentworth - Lewys - Hastings - Wilson 1618+ Owned by Christopher Wilson - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. LEEDS yor Temple Newsam Ingram 1650? Built by Sir Anthony Ingram. Large library. Owned by Isabella Ann Ingram Shepher, Marchioness of Hertford - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Owned by Leeds Council. S.D. Kitson, Temple Newsam. Leeds, 1936. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 92. Contents sold July 26-31, 1922. LYTHE yor Mulgrave Castle Villiers - Phipps 1735+ Built by Catherine, wife of John Duke of Buckingham. Rebuilt by Henry Phipps, Earl of Mulgrave - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 65. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 133. MANFIELD yor Cliffe Hall Witham - Wilson 1720? Witham family from 1625 to 1824, when bought by John Wilson. Wilson family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. MARKET WEIGHTON yor Everingham Park Haggerston 1760+ Library. Owned by Lord Herries - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 88. MARSKE yor Marske Hall

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Pennyman - Lowther - Dundas 1625 Built by Sir William Pennyman. Passed to Lowthers in 1650. Bought by Lawrence Dundas 1762. Dundas family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 5. METHLEY yor Methley Park [Hall] Savile 1610+ Owned by the Savile family since medieval times. Owned by John Savile, Earl of Mexborough - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 146. MILNSBRIDGE yor Milnsbridge House Radcliffe - Pickford - Armitage 1780+ Owned by Joseph Armitage - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. MYTON yor Stapylton Hall Stapylton 1630+ Built by Brian Stapylton; bought 1614. Miles Stapylton MP (d. 1752). Stapylton family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. MYTON-UPON-SWALE yor Myton Hall Stapylton 1693 Stapylton family from 1660. Built by Sir Henry Stapylton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 23. NABURN yor Bell Hall Bell - Hewley - Baines 1600+ In 1566 passed to Richard Bell (d. 1617). 1662 sold to Sir John Hewley (d. 1679). Passed 1710 to Hewley Baines. Baines family to 1912. Rebuilt ca. 1680 by Sir John Hewley. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. NAFFERTON yor Nether Hall Pearson - St Quintin 1600? Bought by John Pearson 1658. Passed 1720 to Sir William St Quintin. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. NORTHALLERTON yor Lazenby Hall Carey 1610+ Robert carey (d. 1639). History obscure from 1661 - Sir Henry Carey (d. 1661). VCH Yorkshire North Riding. NUNNINGTON yor Nunnington Hall Holloway - Graham 1630+ Built by John Holloway soon after he bought the house (1628). Bough by Ranald Graham 1655 (d. 1685). Sir Richard Graha, Viscount Preston in 1681. 1785 sold by Sir Bellingham Graham. [Anon] Nunnington Hall, [1955?] Country Life, 63, 1928, 148. ORMESBY yor Ormesby Hall Pennyman 1670? Pennyman family from 1600 to 20 cent. Remodelled ca. 1750 by James Pennyman. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. M.D. Huebner, Ormesby Hall, [1963]. PUCKHILL yor Allerthorpe Hall Lascelles - Robinson - Harrison - Montagu 1608+ Sold by Sir Thomas Lascelles in 1590 to William Robinson. 1626 passed to Harrison family. 1743 Edward Montagu, Lord Rokeby. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. REIGHTON yor Reighton Hall Strickland 1710+ Rebuilt by Henry E. Strickland. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. RICHMOND yor Aske Hall Dundas 1600? In the Dundas family since 15 cent. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1880. RICHMOND yor Barningham Park Milbank 1670+ Remodelled 1790+. Library. H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. RIPLEY yor Ripley Castle Ingilby 1555+ Owned by Sir William Amcotts Ingilby - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. [Anon] Ripley Castle. Derby: English Life, [1960]. W. Wheater, Mansions of Yorkshire, 1888, 205. RIPON yor Newby Park [Hall] Weddell - Robinson - Ramsden 1721+ Owned by Lord Grantham; rented to John Charles Ramsden, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Now owned by Robin Compton. E.I. Musgrave, Newby Hall. Derby: English Life, [1952]; [1968]. J. Kip, I, 1715. ROTHERHAM yor Thrybergh Park Reresby - Savile - Finch - Fullerton 1830? Old Reresby house pulled down by Colonel Fullerton. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. J.B. Burke, Visitation, I, 1852, 249; 2nd Series, II, 1855, 122.

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ROTHERHAM yor Wentworth House Watson-Wentworth - Fitzwilliam 1760? Built by the Marquess of Rockingham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 109. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1739. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, I, 1880, 23. J.P. Neale, Views, V, 1822. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Charles Watson-Wentworth died in 1782. Large library. Owned 1854 by Earl Fitzwilliam (d. 1857). RUDSTON yor Thorpe Hall Wood - Hassell - Bosville 1750? Owned by the Wood family from 1557 to 1695, when conveyed to Thomas Hassell. Sold 1775 to Godfrey Bosville. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. RYTON yor Garforth Hall Garforth 1750+ Garforth family from 1623. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. SCRUTON yor Scruton Hall Gale - Coore 1705+ Built by Roger Gale. Thomas Gale, Dean of York, 1688. Passed to Coore family 1816. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. SEWERBY yor Sewerby Hall Greame 1810+ Rebuilt by John Greame. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. F. Johnson, Sewerby Hall and Park. Bridlington, [1975?] Books sold July 16-21, 1934. SHEFFIELD yor Oakes Park Bagshaw 1650? T. Bagshawe, Oakes Park, Sheffield. Derby, [1972]. Home of the Bagshawe family since 1699. William Bagshaw (d. 1702) author of several works (nonconformist). SILKSTONE yor Bretton Hall Wentworth - Beaumont 1720 Built by Sir William Wentworth. Owned by Thomas Richard Beaumont - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. SKELTON yor Skelton Castle Wharton 1794 Built on sire of old castle demolished 1788 by John Wharton. Wharton family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. SKIPTON yor Skipton Castle Clifford - Tufton med Passed by marriage to John Tufton, 2nd Earl of Thanet (d. 1664). Owned 1854 by Sir Richard Tufton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 235. SKUTTERSKELFE yor Skutterskelfe Hall Layton - Bathurst - Cary - Amherst 1600? Sold by the Laytons to Bathursts 1658. Owned by George Cary 1754. Passed to Sir Jeffery Amherst in 1767. Passed 1830 to Viscounts Falkland (Cary family). VCH Yorkshire North Riding. SOUTH CAVE yor Cave Castle Barnard 1820? Owned 1855 by Henry G. Barnard. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 135. SOUTH KILVINGTON yor Kilvington Hall Meynell med Meynell family from 12 cent. Rebuilt 1835 by Thomas Meynell. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 110. SPROTBROUGH yor Sprotbrough Hall Fitzwilliam - Copley 1665+ Owned by Sir Joseph Copley - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J. Kip, I, 1715. STAMFORD BRIDGE yor Aldby Park Darley 1726+ F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1880, 47. J.B. Burke, Visitations, I, 1852, 59. STAPLETON yor Stapleton Park Lascelles - Hodgson - Petre 1760? Built by Edward Lascelles, Earl of Harewood. Owned by Edward Petre - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. S. Jones, Views, 1829. STILLINGTON yor Stillington Hall Croft 1620+ Bought by Christopher Croft 1649; Stephen Croft (d. 1798). Remodelled ca. 1750. Croft was a friend of Sterne who threw the MS of Tristram Shandy into the fire in this house - rescued. Sterne was rector at Stillington from 1743. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. STUDLEY ROYAL yor Studley Park

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Tempest - Aislabie - Lawrence 1660? Owned by George Aislabie (d. 1674). 1808; William Lawrence. The Tourist's Companion (Ripon, 1818). G. Parker, Studley Royal. Ripon, [1910?] J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 90. S. Jones, Views, 1829. F.O. Morris, Views, V, 1880, 41. SWILLINGTON yor Swillington Hall Lowther 1804 Rebuilt ca. 1804. In Lowther family since 1660. Owned by John Lowther - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. J. Kip, I, 1715. SWINTON yor Swinton Park Danby 1517+ Owned by the Danby family since 1517. Owned by William Danby - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 98. S. Jones, Views, 1829. Library sold Oct 21, 1975. TADCASTER yor Becca Hall Markham 1680? Had the library of William Markham, Archbishop of York (d. 1807). Owned 1853 by William T. Markham. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 249. THIRKLEBY yor Thirkleby Park [Hall] Frankland 1780+ Built by Sir Thomas Frankland, designed by Wyatt. Frankland family from 1576 to 1871. S. Jones, Views, 1829. J.P. Neale, Views, V, 1822. THIRSK yor Thirsk Hall Stanley - Bell 1771 Library. Sold to Robert Bell 1723. Ralph Bell (d. 1735). Bell family to 1851. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. THIRSK yor Wood End Crompton 1740? Owned by Samuel Crompton, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. THORNTON DALE yor Thornton Hall Latimer - Cornwallis - Sandes - Hill 1590+ Built by Sir William Cornwallis. Passed to Sir William Sandes. Bought 1669 by John Hill. Hill family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 6. THORNTON STEWARD yor Danby Hall Scrope med Enlarged ca. 1570. Owned by Francis Scrope 1609. Scrope family to 20 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 244. THORNTON WATLASS yor Clifton Castle Hutton 1810+ Bought by John Hutton 1735. Rebuilt by Timothy Hutton (d. 1863). VCH Yorkshire North Riding. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 5. THORNTON WATLASS yor Thornton Watlass Hall Dodsworth - Smith - Smith-Dodsworth 1600+ Remodelled 1727. Passed 1821 on death of Frederick Dodsworth, Canon of WEindsor, to Sir Edward Smith = Dodsworth. Dodsworth family from 14 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. THORPE yor Bishopthorpe Palace Vernon med Owned by several Archbishops of York. Owned by Edward Venable Vernon, Archbishop of York. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. J.R. Keble, History. Leeds, 1905. S. Jones, Views, 1829. TICKHILL yor Sandbeck Park Lumley 1700? Owned by the Earl of Scarborough - W. Watts, The Seats of the Nobility. Chelsea, 1779. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. W. Watts, Seats, 1779. Country Life, 138, 1965, 880, 966. TOPCLIFFE yor Skipton Old Hall Clough 1690+ Clough family from 1600 to 1800. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. WAKEFIELD yor Nostell Priory Leigh - Gargrave - Winn - St Oswald 1620+ Built by Sir Rowland Winn ca. 1720. Owned by Charles Winn - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Owned by Lord & Lady St Oswald. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. V, 1866+. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 218. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, IV, 1767. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WATH yor Norton Conyers Norton - Musgrave - Graham med Remodelled ca. 1670; again in 1750+. Owned by the Graham family since ca. 1620. H. Montgomery-Massingberd,

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The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. G.B. Wood, Historic Homes of Yorkshire, 1957, 67. WELL yor Snape Castle Nevill - Cecil - Chaplin 1450+ Built by George Nevill, Lord Latimer (d. 1469). Passed to Thomas Cecil, 2nd Lord Burghley. Enlarged 1587. Passed 1793 to Charles Chaplin. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. WENSLEY yor Bolton Hall Scrope - Orde - Orde-Powlett 1600? Passed to Orde, Duke of Bolton ca. 1685. Thomas Orde-Powlett, Lord Bolton 1797. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. WETHERBY yor Bramham Park Benson - Fox 1710+ Built by Robert Benson. Owned by George Lane Fox, M.P. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. V, 1822. Still owned by Fox family. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, II, 1717. S. Jones, Views, 1829. WHITBY yor Abbey House Cholmley 1583+ Rebuilt by Francis Cholmley. Enlarged 1672 by Sir Hugh Cholmley. Cholmley family to 1857. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. WILTON yor Wilton Hall Hotham 1550+ Hotham family from 1375 to 20 cent. Probably built by John Hotham (d. 1609). VCH Yorkshire North Riding. WINESTEAD yor White Hall Maister 1815+ Built by Arthur Maister. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. WINESTEAD yor Winestead Hall Hildyard 1579 Built by Sir Christopher Hildyard (d. 1602). Remodelled ca. 1720 by Sir Robert Hildyard; again in 1741 by Sir Robert Hildyard (d. 1781). Demolished 1936. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. WOLD NEWTON yor Wold Newton Hall Hutchinson - Cadman 1809 Built by William Hutchinson. Bought by Cadman family 1844. VCH Yorkshire East Riding. WORSBOROUGH yor Worsborough Hall Edmunds - Martin 1620+ Owned by the Edmunds family 1620-1831; then William B. Martin. Thomas Edmunds (d. 1662); Henry Edmunds (d. 1719). Library from the beginning. J. Wilkinson, Worsborough, [1872]. J.B. Burke, Visitation, II, 1853, 102. YORK yor Thicket Priory Robinson - Dunnington 1560+ In the Robinson family until 1804 when it was bought by Joseph Dunnington. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. Contents sold May 27-28, 1954.

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