2 edition of history of the Vyne in Hampshire found in the catalog.
history of the Vyne in Hampshire
Chaloner William Chute
Hampshire The Vyne The Vyne is a 16th-century estate and country house outside Sherborne St John near Basingstoke in Hampshire, England 19/05/ EnglandSeller Rating: % positive. From him the Vyne passed into the female line. William John, who succeeded to the property in , kept the pack of fox-hounds till his death, thirty-four years afterwards. The estate passed again through the female line, to the father of the present owner.
OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages color frontispiece, 55 plates (some color ; including portraits) 30 x 23 cm: Contents: Maiolica, its technique and origin --The Netherlands in the sixteenth century --History of the Netherlandish maiolica potteries --The tiles at the Vyne in Hampshire --Other Netherlandish maiolica tiles --Early Antwerp maiolica and kindred wares --Later. Tuck's Gift New Hampshire's Temple of History. The story of the creation of the New Hampshire Historical Society’s landmark headquarters building and of its benefactor Edward Tuck.
Brief history from Wikipedia: “The Vyne is a 16th-century country house outside Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England. The Vyne was built for Lord Sandys, King Henry VIII‘s Lord Chamberlain. The house retains its Tudor chapel, with stained glass. HISTORY OF HAMPSHIRE WRITTEN IN BY GERTRUDE HAWLEY Transcribed and contributed to Illinois Genealogy Trails by Laurie Selpien, © In , the Hampshire Register ran a contest on who could write the best History of Hampshire. Miss Gertrude Hawley, was the winner of the $10 prize offered by the Register for the best history of the.
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The Vyne is a beautiful Tudor house built in for William, Lord Sandys, Lord Chamberlain to Henry VIII. The house later passed to the Chute family, who still own it today, though it is now cared for by the National Trust.
Among the highlights are a superb Tudor chapel and an ornately decorated Palladian staircase, as well as the. A History of the Vyne in Hampshire: Being a Short Account of the Building & Antiquities of that House, Situate in the Parish of Sherborne, St. John Co., Hants, & of Persons who Have at Some Time Lived There: Author: Chaloner William Chute: Publisher: Jacob & Johnson, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: 1 Sep Length: 5/5(1).
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Free shipping for many products. Excerpt from A History of the Vyne in Hampshire The Roman Vindomis; An account of some ancient Roman roads and stations, in the South of England Vindomis (the Vyne) - Calleva (Reading) - Venta Belgarum (Winchester) - A description of history of the Vyne in Hampshire book Roman antiquities found near the Vyne the ring of Senicianus Silchester5/5(1).
Internet Archive BookReader A history of the Vyne in Hampshire; being a short account of the building & antiquities of that house, situate in the parish of Sherborne, St. John co., Hants, & of persons who have at some time lived there.
The Vyne in Hampshire has been home to lords and ladies for five centuries. Over the years it's been visited by Tudor kings, been lived in by a Speaker for the House of Commons and sheltered in by Second World War evacuees.
Read on for the brief history. The Vyne, near Sherborne St John, was. A History of the Vyne in Hampshire: Being a Short Account of the Building and Antiquities of That House, Situate in the Parish of Sherborne, St.
John at Some Time Lived There (Classic Reprint) [Chute, Chaloner William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A History of the Vyne in Hampshire: Being a Short Account of the Building and Antiquities of That House5/5(1). Get this from a library. A history of the Vyne in Hampshire; being a short account of the building & antiquities of that house, situate in the parish of Sherborne, St.
John co., Hants, & of persons who have at some time lived there. [Chaloner William Chute]. A history of the Vyne in Hampshire being a short account of the building & antiquities of that house, situate in the parish of Sherborne, St.
John co., Hants, of persons who have at some time lived there. This book, "A history of the Vyne in Hampshire", by Chaloner William Chute, is a replication of a book originally published before A history of the Vyne in Hampshire; being a short account of the building & antiquities of that house, situate in the parish of Sherborne, St.
John co., Hants, & of persons who have at some time lived there by Chute, Chaloner William, A history of the Vyne in Hampshire being a short account of the building & antiquities of that house, situate in the parish of Sherborne, St.
John co., Hants, of persons who have at some time lived there. This book, "A history of the Vyne in Hampshire", by Chaloner William Chute, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so.
the vyne is a great place to go walking no matter what the weather, great place for all seasons, lovely little cafe to with home made cakes, nice little shop, friendly staff.
Great for all the family and can go into the house for abit of history/5(1K). New Hampshire History Curriculum, Book 1, Grades K-6 Price: $ Add to Cart. New Hampshire History Curriculum, Book 2, Grades Price: $ Add to Cart. New Hampshire Then and Now Price: $ Add to Cart.
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A history of the Chute family and their connection with The Vyne, their stately home in Hampshire for over years ‘The Vyne’ in Hampshire is one of the National Trust’s most popular properties. Buy The Chutes of the Vyne: An Illustrated History of the Chute Family and Their Year Connection with Stately Home The Vyne at Basingstoke in Hampshire by Chute, Francis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(4). History of England; Sources. Encyclopædia Britannica, "Hampshire".Victoria County History of Hampshire: the local history of the county, organised by volumes; part of British History Online.
Further reading. John Britton; Edward Wedlake Brayley (), Beauties of England and Wales, 6, London: Vernor & Hood, hdl/yale (includes Hampshire). The history focuses on the NH area but its stories spread all over the northeast colonies. Religious persecution in MA forcing people north in search of freedom, relations with the Indians after they were nearly wiped out by diseases, and of course the exploration of the white mountains by Reviews: 1.
Historical timeline of The Vyne Shedding light on success, wealth and heroism alongside death, notoriety and falls from grace, for the first time, the ever-evolving chapters of The Vyne’s history are now available to explore in this visual on: Vyne Road, Basingstoke, RG24 9HL, Hampshire.
The book also contains a history of each of the 28 clipper ships built in the District of Portsmouth between & The Postal History Of New Hampshire: The Post Offices And First Postmasters From To Smith, Chester M., Jr.
& John L. Kay (Postal History Literature, ). The Vyne - National Trust, Bramley, Reading, United Kingdom. 4, likes talking about this 35, were here. Surrounded by beauty steeped in history/5().Hampshire County. Lying just to the west of the great Valley of Virginia, Hampshire County, West Virginia has a rich and varied history.
Once home to numerous tribes of prehistoric native Americans, the area was nearly empty and used only for a seasonal hunting ground when the white man first arrived. William John Chute, who lived at The Vyne between andwas the owner of the book and is believed to have drawn the sketch when he was The National Trust has identified it .