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Wootton Hall, Ellastone

Wootton Hall, near Ellastone, was a large stone house originally built for the Davenport family which was extensively rebuilt in about 1837. Jean Jacques Rousseau stayed here for a year in 1766. It ...

Wootton Lodge, near Ellastone

Wootton Lodge was built as a hunting lodge by Sir Richard Fleetwood between about 1580 and 1610. It was badly damaged during the Civil War and much of the interior was restored in about 1700. Sir Oswald ...

Wootton Lodge, near Ellastone

Wootton Lodge was built as a hunting lodge by Sir Richard Fleetwood between about 1580 and 1610. It was badly damaged during the Civil War and much of the interior was restored in about 1700. Sir Oswald ...

Wootton Lodge: lithograph

'Wooton Lodge, Staffordshire.' Showing the four storey Elizabethan house looking down from a hill across the road to the courtyard in front. There are steps leading up to the front door, with a landscaped, ...

Wootton Lodge: sepia drawing

'Wooton (dic) Hall, Staffordshire, the Seat of Lady Bromley,' [or Rev. W. D. Bromley]. Back view of the Hall showing the soldier architecture. The house is shown in the middle distance among trees.'J. ...

Wootton Lodge: steel engraving

Showing three storeys of the house on a raised plateau, from the ground below at the side of the house. The front entrance door is shown and a part of the court-yard wall at the front. There is dense ...

Wootton Lodge: water colour painting

Distant view showing the house standing on a cliff above trees. There is parkland in front, and the sombre background of a storm.Anonymous, [L. J. Wood].

Wootton Lodge: water colour painting

'Wootton Lodge.' Showing the front of the stately Elizabethan house of four storeys, with an array of chimneys. There are hills in the background, and a landscaped garden in the foreground (in a circular ...

Wootton Lodge: water colour painting

'Wootton Lodge.' Showing the side of the Lodge from the ground below. Three storeys of the building are shown, standing on a raised plateau. There are hills in the background.[Probably executed in ...

Workers at Charnes Hall, Eccleshall

A group photograph of workers who were removing rendering from the half timbered external walls of the hall. In this photograph are: R. Furber, G. Smith, F. Parton, A. Simpson, Mr Merricks, Tom Merricks, ...

Wrottesley Hall

A gardener tending the lawn in the grounds of Wrottesley Hall. Wrottesley Hall was the seat of Lord Wrottesley. The Hall was built in 1696, with an estate of 2,319 acres. The hall was gutted by fire ...

Wrottesley Hall: engraving

'To Sir John Wrottesley Bart., this South East View of Wrottesley, is inscribed by his obliged humble Servt. S. Shaw,' [south west view]. Showing a four storey house at the top of a hill. There is a ...

Wrottesley Hall: painting

'Wrottesley.' Showing the front of the house from the park. It is a three storey building with a central entrance and wings [late 17th century]. There are large trees on the left in the foreground.Anonymous, ...

Wrottesley Hall: sepia drawing

'Wrottesley Hall, Staffordshire, [Seat of ] Sir Jno. Wrottesley Bart.' North west view from the grounds, showing the front block of the three storey house, and also part of the back premises.'Cornelius ...

Wrottesley Hall: steel engraving

'Wrottesley Hall, Staffordshire. Seat of Sir John Wrottesley Bart.' North west view from the grounds showing the front block of the house, and also the back premises. Taken from an almanac.[Taken from ...

Wrottesley Hall: steel engraving

'Wrottesley Hall, Stafforde., the Seat of Sir J. Wrottesley Bt.' South west view showing a four storey house at the top of a hill. There is a central entrance block with two wings [late 17th century]. ...

Wrottesley Hall: steel engraving

'Wrottesley Hall, Staffordshire. Seat of Sir John Wrottesley Bart.' North west view from the grounds showing the front block of the house, and also the back premises. Taken from an almanac.[Taken from ...

Wrottesley Hall: tracing in sepia

'Bird's Eye view of the Old Manor House at Wrottesley, Co, Stafford, [from a parchment map, date 1633]. It shows the moat and the palisading surrounding it, the gatehouse and the gabled hall. Anonymous.['Presented ...