2 edition of Hunlokes of Wingerworth Hall found in the catalog.
Hunlokes of Wingerworth Hall
Edwards, David G.
Hall, belongs to the Hon. F.G. Hunloke. W. Hall occupies the site of an ancient baronial mansion, which was garrisoned by the parliamentarians in Stubbing Court is the seat of T. H. Pedley, Esq. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Lichfield. Value, £ Patron, the Bishop of L. Hall took up the challenge in his book The Scientific Revolution, (). Alfred Rupert Hall (he never used his first name) was born near Stoke-on .
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Find Wingerworth Parish Hall in Chesterfield, S Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions. Search for local Halls near you on on: Parish Rooms, New Rd, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, S42 6TB, Derbyshire. See entry for Sutton Hall: HUNLOKE: ff pedigree of: HUNLOKES: of Wingerworth ff HUNT: of Overton and Ashover ff with pedigree: HUNT: of Ashover and Aston ff pedigree of, with others: HURT: ff .
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Wingerworth Hall and Estate History. Wingerworth Hall near Chesterfield in Derbyshire began as a small hall in aboutrebuilt as a much grander residence in the ’s and Wingerworth Hall was finally demolished in due to insufficient family wealth.
There is a. Wingerworth Hall History. Wingerworth Hall History in a nutshell. By the time of the Domesday Book Wingerworth is documented as Wingreurde at which time it was owned by the crown. Whatever the case, the Hunlokes became the dominant family in Wingerworth, when the manor was purchased, being involved for years and over eleven.
The expenditure on the new Hall was significant and so improvement of the parkland fell to Sir Thomas' son the 4th Baronet, another Henry (b. - d). The expense of construction had depleted the family fortune but despite this the Hunlokes continued to pay for new buildings on their estate including a new schoolhouse in The Hunloke Baronetcy, of Wingerworth in the County of Derby, was a title in the Baronetage of was created on 28 February by King Charles I for Sir Henry Hunloke, of Wingerworth, near Chesterfield, e was a loyal royalist who had been knighted by the King on the battlefield of the Battle of Edgehill the previous year.
The baronetcy passed from father to son. Wingerworth Hall, demolishedwas the ancestral home of the Hunloke family in the village of Wingerworth, Derbyshire, was built on an elevated site and completed in by an unknown architect.
The house was in the rare style of Hunlokes of Wingerworth Hall book Baroque peculiar to England. The rectangular building was on three floors raised above a semi-basement, thus causing to the principal.
Wingerworth Hall was a larger version of Smith’s typical ‘flat top’ style of house: three stories, well- proportioned, with quoins at the angles, astylar – no giant order of pilasters (as one might expect) – and a flat roof hiding behind a balustrade liberally punctuated by substantial stone urns.
Wingerworth Hall had been built in on the site of a previous manor house owned in medieval times by the Brailsfords and later by the Curzons of Kedleston, and the design, which was said to have imitated Chatsworth, was attributed to the architect and master mason, Francis Smith of.
The family lived at Wingerworth Hall - I have never found any trace of the hall on my walks. Just a footprint of what the estate might have looked like in its heyday.
It grew from a small hall in the s. By the time we reach the new hall had been completed. It must have been somewhere around where I walked over the Trickett Brook.
Location: Wingerworth: County: Derbyshire: Year demolished: Reason: Insufficient wealth. Work in Progress As I searched the British Newspaper Archive for my 19th century Froggatts who held hereditary farm tenancies in Baslow from the Dukes of Devonshire I came across sad stories concerning two young ladies who rather mysteriously had connections with the 6th Duke of Devonshire.
I just had to find out more. They. The average house price in Wingerworth Hall Estate, Wingerworth, Chesterfield S42 is £, Find average house prices, current average values and other historic property data with the UK's largest data-driven property portal.
VICTORIAN VILLAGERS: Some Aspects of Wingerworth in the Nineteenth Century. David G. Edwards. Revised This series of articles, originally published in Wingerworth Bulletin and now revised, aims to give pen-portraits - so far as is possible from the limited sources available - of some of the families who lived in Wingerworth in Victorian times.
Wingerworth had then only a few. In a book by David G. Edwards, The Hunlokes of Wingerworth Hall, (Wingerworth, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, ), he lists Anne Hunlock's father as Nicholas I, s/o Nicholas II, s/o Thomas I and Alice Brycher.
However, in "The Hunlokes of Wingerworth Hall. Hunstanworth Village Hall Book Group. 26 likes. Hunstanworth Village Hall Book Group - meeting monthly to discuss books, eat cake and have fun!Followers: Full text of "The Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire" See other formats.
Wingerworth Landscape A Historical Guide. by David G Edwards. A comprehensive guide to the history Wingerworth, it’s people, buildings, shops, roads and railways, agriculture and woodland, education and recreation.
A excellent book with full References and Bibliography. With 16 black and white photographs from Wingerworth’s’s past. Price:???. He wanted to build the independent chapel against the wishes of the catholic Hunloke family of Wingerworth Hall.
He had to use stone from local quarries and had to borrow money from outside the area. The Hunlokes have gone but the chapel remains.
Salem Chapel one Hunlokes gone. David Edwards in his book The Hunlokes of Wingworth Hall, 2nd edition,Wingerworth Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England writes: "Henry bequeathed various other sums of money. The major amounts bestowed were 20 pounds to his daughter Anne Benedicke and his son Henry Feiles (?), neither of whom is mentioned in any other sources consulted.
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Harkworth Hall - Kindle edition by Johnson, L.S. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking /5(40).View of Wingerworth Hall, Derbyshire, Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts.Das Erbe (Daringham Hall, #1), Die Entscheidung (Daringham Hall, #2), and Die Rückkehr (Daringham Hall, #3)Author: Kathryn Taylor.