ⓘ Rochford Hall

                                     

ⓘ Rochford Hall

Rochford Hall is a manor in Rochford, Essex, England. During the reign of King Henry VIII, it belonged to Thomas Boleyn, who was then Viscount Rochford, and it was the marital home of his daughter Mary Boleyn, sister of Anne Boleyn, and Marys second husband, Sir William Stafford. It is now privately owned by Rochford Hundred Golf Club where it acts as the clubhouse and is a Grade I listed building.

                                     
  • Rochford is a town in the Rochford district of Essex in the East of England. It is about 43 miles 69 km from Central London and approximately 21 miles
  • Grade I listed buildings: Stoke Rochford Hall and the twin - dedicated St Mary and St Andrew s Church. Stoke Rochford church was originally dedicated to
  • Stoke Rochford Hall is a large house built in scenic grounds, with a nearby golf course, next to the A1 in south Lincolnshire, England. The parkland and
  • Rochford consists of two hamlets, Lower and Upper Rochford A civil parish in the Malvern Hills District near Tenbury Wells, in the county of Worcestershire
  • Rochford founded May 1878 is an unincorporated community in Pennington County, South Dakota, United States. It is not tracked by the U.S. Census Bureau
  • Jane Boleyn, Viscountess Rochford nee Parker, c. 1505 13 February 1542 was the wife of George Boleyn, 2nd Viscount Rochford brother of Anne Boleyn
  • or demolished. These included a Public Hall Anglican Church, Presbyterian Church, and tennis courts. Rochford Post Office opened on 10 March 1863 and
  • to, the Easton Hall Cholmeley and the Stoke Rochford Hall Turnor families. The church is in the ecclesiastical parish of Stoke Rochford with Easton, and
  • ancestor Sir Edmund Turnor. The Turnor s gained possession of the Stoke Rochford Hall and estates from the Harrison family though this marriage. In 1824 Turnor
  • mile 1.6 km east from the A1 road. It is in the civil parish of Stoke Rochford The village has no church, but is part of the North and South Stoke with
  • James Banyard was born in the market town of Rochford Essex. His father, John Banyard, worked at Rochford Hall as a ploughman James also became an agricultural
  • George Boleyn, 2nd Viscount Rochford c. 1503 c. April 1504 17 May 1536 was an English courtier and nobleman, and the brother of queen consort Anne