A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland: With Descriptive and Historical Letterpress, Volume 6
Francis Orpen Morris
W. Mackenzie, 1880 - Castles
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afterwards ancient ASTLEY BARON CLINTON Baronet Bart BENNET born April born August born December born March born October BRASSEY brother Chetwynd CLIFTON CLIVE coheiress of Sir COLLINGWOOD Colonel created a Baronet CUTHBERT COLLINGWOOD daughter and heiress daughter of Henry daughter of John daughter of Sir daughter of Thomas daughter of William death decease descent died unmarried DOUGLAS Dunster Castle EARL OF DALHOUSIE EARL OF TANKERVILLE EARL OF WINCHILSEA EDWARD elder eldest daughter father FINCH GATHORNE HARDY GREY HALL HAMILTON High Sheriff HILL HOLKER HALL Honourable Howick HUGH FORTESCUE James JOHN WALLOP June Kent Knight Lady married Elizabeth married Mary Moreton Corbet Nuneham Courtenay PARK Peerage POCKLINGTON POWIS reign RICHARD CORBET Royal second daughter second EARL September SIR HENRY SIR RICHARD Sir Thomas sons South Dalton Spaldington STAFFORD HENRY NORTHCOTE succeeded SUNDORNE third EARL tower TREFUSIS Vavasour VERNON VISCOUNT WALTER wife WILLIAM CAVENDISH Yorkshire
Page 79 - ... buildings are enclosed by an irregular court, surrounded by a moat. The entrance to the keep is through an elegant sculptured arched door-way, leading to a flight of steps, over which an apartment, called the dungeon-room, is shown as the place where Edward II. was barbarously murdered. This building is flanked by three semicircular towers, and a square one of later construction. The various apartments contain a good collection of portraits, many of them executed in a very superior style. During...