2 edition of History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates. found in the catalog.
History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates.
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Compton Wynyates: a Grand Country Residence. The Comptons have lived at Compton Wynyates since the early thirteenth century, and there is certainly documented evidence of a house on the site in This early medieval house was probably completely dismantled and replaced in the late fifteenth, and early sixteenth, centuries.
William Bingham Compton authored the book History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates, which was published in by J. Lane and Bodley Head Ltd of London in a limited edition of only copies. Personal life.
As Earl Compton, he became engaged in to divorced actress Miss Daisy Markham. A History of the County of Warwick, Volume 5 () pp 60–67 from British History Online Compton Wynyates – An anonymously written guide book. Published by the Marquess of Northampton circaduring the short period that the house was open to the public.
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humphreys, piccadilly, w to her who for eighteen years shared and loved this home, and who was the centre of its beauty and pe acefuln ess. Compton Wynyates is a country house in Warwickshire, England, a Grade I listed Tudor period house, an example of Tudor architecture, is constructed of red brick and built around a central is castellated and turreted in parts.
Following action in the Civil War, half timbered gables were added to replace damaged parts of the building. It is entitled History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates, by William Bingham Compton, 6th Marquess of Northampton.
A limited edition of copies of this family history was privately published in London in The page book has yet to be digitized or otherwise made available online in an electronically searchable format. Sir Thomas Compton; Birth: ; Death: ; Thomas Compton was a knight.
He served in the house of commons. His burial is in Compton Wynyates in the village of Stratford upon Avon. Note: Thomas Compton is the son of Henry Compton and Francis Ann Hastings.
He was born in Compton Wynyates and was educated at s: Henry Compton, 1st Baron Compton, Frances Compton, Lady. Buy History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates. by William Bingham Compton, 6th Marquess of Northampton: (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: 6th Marquess of Northampton: William Bingham Compton.
The photographs indicate he may have been gardener for the Compton Wynyates estate; further evidence of this came with the offer of a book, ‘The History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates’, (declined as we have a good copy) with a handwritten note in the flyleaf, ‘to Fred Goode’.
The following article was originally written for the English Historical Fiction Authors blog and published February If you enjoy English history and haven’t visited the blog, check out the EHFA site here. The English Civil War was a time of divided loyalties, where brother fought against brother and neighbours faced each other on a bloody field.
The English Civil War was a time of divided loyalties, where brother fought against brother and neighbours faced each other on a bloody field. But there was one Royalist family that was united in their staunch loyalty to the King: The Comptons.
The Comptons had estates in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, and Compton Wynyates, in Warwickshire. The castle is the principal subject of Compton Wynyates. COMPTONS For a discussion of this and other coats of arms, see Compton Wynyates, p. 28 citation infra. This one is the most distinguished of the Comptons, traceable to Sir William Compton.
The royal lion here was conferred by Henry VIII. Compiled by: Stephen Laurence ComptonSpouse: Mary (Beaumont) Compton. William Bingham, 6th Marquess of Northampton Compton, History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates (n.p.: privately, ).
Hereinafter cited as History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates. BP [S37] BP volume 1, page See. William Bingham Compton, 6th Marquess of Northampton, DSO (6 August – 30 January ), known as Earl Compton from towas a British peer and soldier.
Northampton was the eldest son of William George Spencer Scott Compton, 5th Marquess of Northampton, and his wife Mary Florence (née Baring). He was educated at Eton College and Balliol College, Oxford, where he.
The following pedigree has been derived from an excerpt of William Bingham Compton, The History of Compton Wyngates, London, (obtained from Catherine Thorsen of Colorado); William Marquis of Northamption [notated in pencil in the original in the Library of Congress as William George Spencer Scott Compton], Compton Wynyates, Humphreys Pub.
I also have a copy of Compton Wynyates, a history of the famous English castle and also of the family, which contains information which largely corroborates the lineage.
Comptons are an ancient family, traceable to theAnglo-Saxon Alwyne, circa (ca.)a contemporary to King Edward the Confessor, in the times before surnames. "Compton. Date: History: The Compton family was established at Compton Wynyates (Warwickshire) in the 13th century and purchased Castle Ashby (Northamptonshire) in The castle is the principal subject of Compton Wynyates." European Comptons: The following pedigree has been derived from an excerpt of William Bingham Compton, The History of Compton Wyngates, London, (obtained from Catherine Thorsen of Colorado); Delton Blalock, British and American Comptons, ; a genealogy by James H.
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Compton, which would attach him to the royal line. See Compton Wynyates for that genealogy, as well as Blalock, as follows. The following pedigree has been derived from an excerpt of William Bingham Compton, The History of Compton Wyngates, London, (obtained from Catherine Thorsen of Colorado); William Marquis of Northamption.
The family resided here during part of the Common wealth,and James Compton, the son of Sir Henry Compton, died there on 28th July,and was buried at Withy ham, which circumstance disposes of the report that the house was destroyed in the time of Cromwell.
The last Court held by the Comptons was on January 13th,the year of the Restoration, and was the first act of the. History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates-by William Bingham Compton 6th Marquis of hed by JohnLaneIn this book is given the life of Spencer Compton, also his portrait,-from which 1 copy an extract."Soon after the election on ,Lord Northampton married asn his second wife, Miss'Anne Hougham,who had been a.
William Compton, 6th Marquess of Northampton ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article William Bingham Compton authored the book History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates, which was published in by J.
Lane and Bodley Head Ltd of London. Sir William Compton was born aboutthe son of Edmund Compton of Compton, Warwickshire. Edmund died on 2I April William, his son and heir, was then described as eleven years and more.' Edmund left him the reversion of the manor and advowson of Compton Wynyates, Warwickshire, a manor worth C5 p.a., and.
Compton Wynyates is settled – or, more accurately, centred – in an artificially levelled and terraced bowl below wooded ridges. From the road, through large gates, the house is visible at the end of a long curving drive. Exbury is a village in Hampshire, England. It is in the civil parish of Exbury and Lepe.
It lies just in the New Forest, near the Beaulieu River and about a mile from the Solent coast. It is best known as the location of Exbury House, built by the Rothschild family, and the famous Exbury Gardens.
- Explore danshamanbear's board "Family Coat of Arms", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Coat of arms, Arms and Compton wynyates pins. Inventories, Surveys and the History of Great Houses. Hence the present ground- floor dining room at Compton Wynyates is likely to be (with the other, obvious, piece of evidence, that it stands in the usual place, off the high end to the hall) the Parlour recorded in the inventory with five hangngs of tapestry ' stickes square.
From the tangle of the history of this period it is no easy task to seek to justly estimate the part played by Warwickshire in the history of the country at large.  But towards the end of Henry III.’s reign it was the scene of some of the most stirring and momentous episodes of the Barons’ War.
William Bingham Compton, The History of Compton Wyngates, London, ; William Marquis of Northamption [notated in pencil in the original in the Library of Congress as William George Spencer Scott Compton], Compton Wynyates, Humphreys Pub. Compton families4 but no more than a sentence or two to the ancestry of the town.
Some say, he once wrote, that the name comes from Warwickshire, others, from a Compton in Somersetshire. But he did not think enough of either suggestion to cite his authorities.5 It was 4.
Benjamin F. Wilbour, Little Comfton Families (Little Compton: Little Compton. Nell's brother-in-law Albert Andrew had also done research on both the ANDREW and COMPTON history.
Both steadfastly believed that our COMPTON line were the "poor cousins", somehow related to the aristocratic Comptons of Wynyates in Warwickshire, Baron Henry Compton and his son William Compton, Earl.
The best description of Compton Wynyates is in Compton, W. B., History of the Comptons (London, ), pp. 10 ff. 37 The Roll was exhibited at the British Museum in — Marks, Richard and Payne, Anne (compiled and ed.), British Heraldry from its Origins to c.catalogue of an exhibition at the British Museum (London, ), no Cited by: 2.
I would like to see the compton Coat of Arms myself and if you have some history on the Comptons of PA. I'm just starting out to find my grandmothers side of the family Her name was Margaret Elizabeth Compton she Married Leon Oscar Nicholas. If you know of anyone with any leads please pass on my e-mail address [email protected] thank you.
LMA, E/NOR/M//1,2: Ellmers, p William Bingham Compton (6th Marquess of Northampton), History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates,p Cromwell, pp–5: ODNB LMA, E/NOR/L/3/ Ogilby & Morgan's map, Robert Pye.
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Before touching on the other moated houses for which the county of Kent is famous, we must refer to Compton Wynyates in Warwickshire, on account of its similarity to Ightham. The following description by William Howitt of the Warwickshire home of the Comptons, is quoted by an able writer as equally applicable to both structures.
But there was one Royalist family that was united in their staunch loyalty to the King: The Comptons. The Comptons had estates in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire, and Compton Wynyates, in Warwickshire. Spencer Compton was the 2nd Earl of Northampton, born .That Birmingham should be regarded as the capital of a West Midland Region, For the Marquess of Northampton, see W.
B. Compton, Marquess of Northampton, History of the Comptons of Compton Wynyates (). Google Scholar. 1. See W. Tuckwell, Reminiscences of a Radical Parson () Google Scholar. Buy this book on publisher's site Author: Henry Pelling.The Comptons built and owned Compton Wynyates, a perfect Tudor brick manor house while Sir Stephen was the son of Stephen Fox, who built the brick church at Farley in south east Wiltshire.
Much renovation was carried out by the Rev. E.B. Martin, who was rector from to