2 edition of history of the Old Hall and Manor at Clopton, Northamptonshire.. found in the catalog.
history of the Old Hall and Manor at Clopton, Northamptonshire..
Brian L. Giggins
by The author
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||147|
This 10 bed freehold end terrace house is located at Clopton Manor, Clopton, Kettering NN14 3DZ and has an estimated current value of £1,, Unnamed road has 58 properties on it with an average current value of £,, compared to an average property value of £, for NN The Manors of Suffolk: The hundreds of Babergh and Blackbourn Volume 1 of The Manors of Suffolk: Notes on Their History and Devolution, with Some Illustrations of the Old Manor Houses, Walter Arthur Copinger: Authors: Walter Arthur Copinger, Harold Bernard Copinger: Publisher: T.F. Unwin, Original from: Princeton University: Digitized.
Skulking Dudley Coppice, Clopton, East Northamptonshire Clopton is a small village and civil parish located in East Northamptonshire, close to the Cambridgeshire border. The village stretches along the north side of the B and was recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Clotone'. At the time of the census, the parish's population was people. NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Clopton, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place. They may well include the names of other locations or areas: For cities, the associated administrative units will usually include parishes, especially ecclesiastical parishes, one of whose names is the name of the.
(Data from Inventory of Archaeological Sites in Central Northamptonshire HMSO ). and beyond. The village now known as DENTON has had a number of different names in years gone by. In the Domesday Book, prepared following a countrywide statistical survey of England in , the name appears as Dodintone. Loddington Hall, Northants – a selective chronology. Robert De Baud, or le Baud, Sheriff of Northamptonshire - possibly built original medieval Hall. (or earlier) Kinnesman or Kynnesman were owners or tenants. Syers owned the Hall. It was remodelled, the wings on the original hall were redeveloped, and the kitchen was moved from east wing to west, with a lowered floor.
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Manors. The manorial history of CLAPTON or CLOPTON in the years succeeding the compilation of Domesday Book is difficult to unravel, the confusion arising from the fact that Eustace the Sheriff of Huntingdonshire held part of Clapton in chief of the King and part as a tenant of the Abbey of Peterborough.
The Manor of Clopton was granted to the eponymous family in the 13th century and in was owned by Hugh Clopton then Lord Mayor of London. In the late 16th century Joyce Clopton daughter of William Clopton (), (a recusant Catholic), and heiress to the estate, married Sir George Carew (later Baron Carew and Earl of Totnes).
They had no issue, and the estate fell to their nephew, Sir John. Liveden House is the ruin of a Tudor mansion, built by the Treshams. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Peterborough. Value, £* Patrons, G. and W. Shedden, Esqs. The church is neat and good; formerly had a tower, which was destroyed by lightning; and.
RATTLESDEN CLOPTON GREEN TL 95 NE 3/87 Clopton Hall - (formerly listed as Clopton Hall and stables) - II Former manor house, late C16 core with alterations of. Details. CLOPTON GRUNDISBURGH ROAD TM 25 SW (West Side) 8/19 Clopton Hall 16/3/66 - Northamptonshire. book. The Manor House is a Grade II listed building in Old, Northamptonshire, England.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos. A discovery for everyone Learn about Northamptonshire's rich and varied history.
Learn about the built heritage and historic environment of Northamptonshire. Learn about important events and movements that took place across Northamptonshire.
Learn about local heroes and people who played an important role in Northamptonshire’s history. Brockhall Manor, or Brockhall Manor Farm as it was known until recently, stands on the other side of the lane through the village and is as delicious a sight as any small manor house in England.
The Brodies have been tenants here since and bought the house and acres when the Thorntons sold nearly 40 years ago. Old Woman. Location: Cold Ashby - East bound from Long Buckby towards Cold Ashby Type: Haunting Manifestation Date / Time:h Further Comments: Returning home in stormy weather after a night shift, a driver spotted an old woman in his headlights walking towards him.
She was bend over, as if she had a bad back, and held a shawl close to her head. Her clothing looked as if it was from. Name: Location: County: Year lost: Reason: Available info: Bedfordshire: Ampthill House: Ampthill: Bedfordshire: Su: Images: Battlesden House [I] Battlesden. The manor of Clopton, Northants., had been in the keeping of Dudley’s family since the 14th century.
His father had been rewarded with a baronetcy at the Restoration for services to the Royalist cause, a distinction which elevated the family to the forefront of the Northamptonshire gentry.
In the manor of Old Stratford and the borough were granted, as part of an exchange of lands, by Nicholas Heath, Bishop of Worcester, to John Dudley, Earl of Warwick and afterwards Duke of Northumberland.
(fn. An extract from the book "The Manors of Suffolk" showing the pages covering the history of Clopton can be seen in the exhibition of local history in Clopton Church. Whites Directory of lists the villages and towns of the Suffolk Hundreds and, for Clopton, lists a shoemaker, blacksmith, wheelwright and thirteen farmers.
Clopton was recorded in the Domesday Book as Clotone. King John House, north-east of Clopton Manor, was originally the Stables to the former Clopton Hall. The Church of St Peter was built in. Clopton is a small village and civil parish located in East Northamptonshire, close to the Cambridgeshire border.
The village stretches along the north side of the B and was recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Clotone'. At the time of the census, the parish's population was people. The Village Church of St Peter was built in about by Richard ct: East Northamptonshire. Fine & Country Tel +44 (0) [email protected] 2 Mercers Row, Northampton NN1 2QL.
Clopton Hall Clopton Hall Clopton | Kettering | Northamptonshire | NN14 3DZ. Clopton Hall is about three miles north of the site of Chiperley Manor, Chipley Priory, and the Church of the Blessed Mary. To add to the confusion, there is also a house called Clopton Hall near the site of Chiperley Priory and Chiperley Manor.
Cloptons did not live at this Clopton Hall, either. Generation No. 2 2. Clopton, a village and a parish in Northamptonshire, on the verge of the county, 3½ miles E of Thorpe station on the L.
& N.W.R., and 4¾ ENE of Thrapston. Post town, Thrapston, which is the money order and telegraph office. Acreage, ; population, The living is a rectory in the diocese of Peterborough; gross yearly value, £ The manor is one of the hidden gems of Northamptonshire.
Over eight hundred years old and with a huge history dating back to the Viking period, it offers a. Built from an early 13th-century hall, Prebendal Manor is the oldest manor in Northamptonshire.
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Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Full text of "The manors of Suffolk; notes on their history and devolution, with some illustrations of the old manor houses" See other formats.Kentwell Hall is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk, includes the hall, outbuildings, a rare-breeds farm and gardens.
Most of the current building facade dates from the midth century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of Architectural style: English perpendicular.In Manor Road, Clopton, with fields on two sides, and easy access from the B, Clopton Village Hall is an excellent venue for many activities.
The hall is large, light and airy with doors leading directly from the main hall to outside grass area. The hall has central heating, a wooden floor, a stage.