ⓘ Felbrigg Hall

                                     

ⓘ Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall is a 17th-century English country house near the village of that name in Norfolk. Part of a National Trust property, the unaltered 17th-century house is noted for its Jacobean architecture and fine Georgian interior. Outside is a walled garden, an orangery and orchards. The house and grounds were bequeathed to the National Trust in 1969 by Robert Ketton-Cremer. The hall is Grade I on the National Heritage List for England. Most of the grounds are part of Felbrigg Woods, a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

                                     
  • around its Perpendicular church, St Margaret s Church, Felbrigg in the grounds of Felbrigg Hall a Jacobean mansion built in the early 17th century, a
  • south - west of Cromer in Norfolk. It is the main part of the grounds of Felbrigg Hall a National Trust property which is listed on the Register of Historic
  • Felbrigg is a village in England. Felbrigg may also refer to: Felbrigg Hall John Felbrigg MP for Ipswich UK Parliament constituency
  • landowner, biographer and historian. He bequeathed his family seat, Felbrigg Hall to the National Trust. Robert Wyndham Cremer was born in Plympton
  • was the half brother of William Windham. who was the local squire of Felbrigg Hall and one time member of parliament for Norwich and Secretary at War in
  • Ashe Windham 17 February 1673 - 4 April 1749 of Felbrigg Norfolk, was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1708
  • fetterlock or, a crest formerly belonging to the Felbrigg family of Felbrigg Norfolk, Felbrigg Hall having been the second earliest known home of the
  • From 1674 to 1675, Samwell designed the west wing of Felbrigg Hall and the original Eaton Hall but he did not live to see these last two projects to
  • Parliament 1832 1835 William Frederick Windham 1840 1866 heir to Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk William Wyndham disambiguation William Windom 1827 1891
  • William Lukin Windham, and a British Member of Parliament. He lived at Felbrigg Hall He represented the constituency of East Norfolk 1832 1835 as a Liberal