Happy nevves from Sherborn and Sherborne Castle

relating the death of Colonel Lunsford, the Lord Paulet and divers other persons of quality the taking of divers prisoners and great store of armes from the cavaliers
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Lunsford, Thomas, -- Sir, -- 1610?-1653?, Winchester, John Paulet, -- Earl of, -- 1598-1675, Sherborne (Dorset, England) -- History, Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642
Other titlesHappy news from Sherborn and Sherborne Castle
Statementwritten in a letter from Dorchester to Master Nicholas Skinner ..., declaring the happy successe of the Parliaments forces, against the cavaliers betwixt Sherborne and Yeavell ; also a true copy of the last petition sent by both Houses of Parliament to His Majestie
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 247:E.116, no. 39
ContributionsEngland and Wales. Parliament
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination7 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18038479M

Happy nevves from Sherborn, and Sherborne Castle: relating, the death of Colonel Lunsford, the Lord Paulet, and divers other persons of quality, the taking of divers prisoners, and great store of armes from the cavaliers.

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British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate website. Sherborne Old Castle is a romantic 12th-century ruin set in beautiful grounds next to New Sherborne Castle. After withstanding two sieges during the Civil War, only the Southwest Gatehouse and parts of the castle, including the Great Tower and the North Range, now survive.

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In the early s, the castle was captured by Robert Earl of Gloucester during the Anarchy, when it was considered, 'the master-key of the whole. The Historic Library & Rare Book Collection at Sherborne School includes a local history section of books relating to Dorset and the surrounding counties.

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Sherborne Castle is located in the north of west Dorset – on the edge of the medieval town of Sherborne. Sherborne boasts two castles – the New, and the ruins of the Old; despite having over years of history, we (Sherborne Castle) are the ‘New’ Castle.

B, 3/4 mile from the town centre. Sherborne in general is a great place to visit - lovely town, great Abbey and two castles. Also good parking. Old castle is a ruin but very very romantic and with great views over new castle.

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The “Old Sherborne Castle” was built primarily as a fortified residence in the first half of the 12 th Century and was every bit a castle, with fortified entrance towers, big walls and ditches and, in those days, surrounded by water and wetlands.

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It was built by a Bishop from Normandy in the times following the Norman Conquest ( and all. Early Origins of the Sherborn family. The surname Sherborn was first found in Dorset where they held a family seat from early times at Sherborne, a market town that dates back to Saxon times.

Init was listed as Scireburnan and later as Scireburne in the Domesday name literally means "place at the bright or clear stream" referring to the adjacent River Yeo.

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Sherborne Castle and Gardens, Sherborne The Castle Gardens are open from 10am-5pm every Saturday and Sunday until 1st November, last admission 4pm. The Tea Room and Gift Shop are open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am – 4pm. Unfortunately the Castle will not be open during Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in & home of the Digby.

At the time of writing, the Castle Gardens are open every day from 10am – 5pm, last admission 4pm. The Tea Room and Gift Shop are open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11am – 4pm.

Find the ruins of Sherborne Old Castle. For history fans, you can still get your castle fix as Sherborne Old Castle has now re-opened after the lockdown. By the time of his execution, Ralegh's beloved Sherborn estate had been sold to Sir John Digby (), whose descendents still own it.

During the Civil War the original 12th century stronghold of the Bishop's of Salisbury was reduced to a ruin, and the nearby lodge, built by Ralegh inassumed the title of Sherborne Castle.

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sherborne (dorset, england) |. Sherborne Castle built by Sir Walter Raleigh incontains a fine collection of pictures, porcelain and furniture. Set in glorious lake lands and gardens it has been the home of the Digby family since The Castle is open to the public from April-October.

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Chose Sherborn Castle gardens to visit as we didn't have to pre-book online as is the case with so many other gardens now, due to Covid. We thoroughly enjoyed the walk around the lake, we were able to get some lovely views of both the castles, old & new/ TripAdvisor reviews.

When Sir Walter Raleigh was granted the lease to Old Sherborne Castle by Elizabeth I in he set about trying to improve the old medieval castle. This proved too expensive, so instead in he decided to replace what had originally been a hunting lodge with the rectangular building that now forms the core of the house.Just as it says on the tin!!

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