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Monograph of Aston Hall, Warwickshire
William Niven (architect)
The Holtes of Aston, Warwickshire, whose estates were situated near Birmingham. Sir Charles Holte, a personal friend of King Charles I, who built the mansion known as Aston Hall, at which place he entertained the king after the disasterous battle of Edge Hill. Aston Cantlow is a village in Warwickshire, England, on the River Alne 5 miles ( km) north-west of Stratford and 2 miles ( km) north-west of Wilmcote, close to Little Alne, Shelfield, and Newnham. It was the home of Mary Arden, Shakespeare's the census, it had a population of 1,, being measured again as at the y: England.
Birmingham (England) -- History. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Birmingham (England) History; Narrower terms: Birmingham (England) -- History -- Dic. C of E Aston – Bishop Ryder Memorial Church (St Mary’s) Formerly in Gem Street (O.S. GR SP ) Consecrated in The church was demolished in A parish was assigned out of St Martin’s Birmingham in In the parish and benefice of St Mary, Birmingham, and in [ ].
chief stone of the new workhouse for the Aston Union has been laid. The entrance building, with a frontage of ft., has a bold archway in the centre; to the left (or male side) of which is a corridor leading to the clerks' offices, waiting room, and a board room, 34 ft. by 18 ft.; and beyond are the rooms for the male probationers and tramps, with all the requisite closets. Sir William Harcourt. Late 15th century. This is very similar to that of Sir Thomas and the one drawn by G. Hollis. Below left is the row of shield holding angels from the tomb chest.: William Holt () & Jane sandstone Below right are the arms from the back panel.: Edward Brandwood (), daughter, Mary Birch (), Sarah Brandwood (), Samuel Birch (), Elizabeth Brandwood (
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in book 21 of the history of Rome, by Livy, is re- manor of Aston in the archives of Aston Hall, Warwickshire. The motto of the family, granted by Henry V, to. The manor-house, Aston Hall, stands on a rising ground, at the end of a fine avenue, in the NE outskirts of the town; is a noble edifice in the Tudor style, built in the time of James I.
by Sir Thomas Holt; gave entertainment to Charles I. prior to the battle of Edge-Hill, and was forced to surrender afterwards to the Parliamentarian forces.
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Monograph of Aston Hall, Warwickshire, geometrical drawings and views: With a brief historical sketch and description, by William Niven | 1 Jan Unknown Binding. Will of Robert Horne or Holte, Gentleman of Aston Juxta Birmingham, Warwickshire 13 July PROB 11/ Will of Dame Anne Holte, Widow of Aston Hall, Warwickshire 16 March PROB 11/ Will of Sir Charles Holte of Aston, Warwickshire 11 February PROB 11/ Will of Sir Clobery Holte of Aston, Warwickshire 02 August PROB 11/ : Aston Hall, Warwickshire.
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Aston Hall is a Grade I listed Jacobean house in Aston, Birmingham, England, designed by John Thorpe and built between and It is a leading example of the Jacobean prodigy house. Inthe house was bought by Birmingham Corporation, becoming the first historic country house to pass into municipal ownership, and is still owned by Birmingham City ect: John Thorpe.
A History of the Holtes of Aston, Baronets with a Description of the Family Mansion, Aston Hall, Warwickshire: Davidson, A: Books - or: A Davidson. Aston Hall: | | | Aston Hall | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.
Well worth a visit - Aston Hall An extravagant Jacobean stately home built for Sir Thomas Holte, Aston Hall was the largest house built in Warwickshire at that time of great rebuilding and one of the last such to be built in England. Building started in and the hall was more or less compIeted by Monograph of Aston Hall, Warwickshire: geometrical drawings and views with a brief historical sketch and description by William Niven (Book).
Aston was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in as "Estone", having a mill, a priest and therefore probably a church, woodland and Church of SS Peter & Paul was built in mediæval times to replace an earlier church. The body of the church was rebuilt by J.
A. Chatwin during the period to ; the 15th century tower and spire, which was partly rebuilt inbeing.Little Moreton Hall in Cheshire is claimed to be one of the finest examples of 16th-century half-timber work in Britain.
As might be imagined, the lovely old house contains traces of secret : Trevor Holloway.Aston family, baronets, of Aston Hall This page summarises records created by this Family The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to .