6 edition of history of the Holtes of Aston, baronets found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alfred Davidson. With illustrations from drawings by Allen E. Everitt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||12031642|
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A history of the Holtes of Aston, baronets; with a description of the family mansion, Aston Hall, Warwickshire by Davidson, Alfred, of AstonPages: A History of the Holtes of Aston, Baronets; With a Description of the Family Mansion, Aston Hall, Warwickshire Paperback – 10 January by Alfred Davidson (Author)Author: Alfred Davidson.
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A history of the Holtes of Aston, baronets; with a description of the family mansion, Aston Hall, Warwickshire /Author: of Aston. Alfred Davidson. A lithograph of this portrait forms the frontispiece to Davidson's 'A History of the Holtes of Aston.' A half-length duplicate portrait by Van Somer was () in the possession of Mr.
Charles Holte Bracebridge of Atherstone Hall, Warwickshire, a grandson of the last baronet. Sir Thomas Holte, 1st Baronet (c.
– 14 December ) was an English landowner, responsible for building Aston Hall, in the parish of Aston in "Holte End" stand of Villa Park, the stadium of Aston Villa Football Club, sits on land originally part of the Aston Hall gardens and is named after Thomas Holte.
InEveritt completed a series of drawings of Aston Hall, in Warwickshire, which were used to illustrate Alfred Davidson's History of the Holtes of Aston, Baronets, with a description of the family mansion (see bibliography).
He also illustrated John Thackray Bunce's History of old St. Martin's (), the parish church of ality: English. A history of the Holtes of Aston, baronets, with a description of the family mansion, Aston Hall, Warwickshire the younger daughter of Sir John Harpur, Bart., of Calke, Derbyshire, she is described by a local paper of (Calke, Warwickshire, United Kingdom - ).
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The medieval open fields, Church Parke, Crosse Field and Farther Field lay west of Aston Hall, and Lozells Wood was the common waste where the local peasants had rights of pasture.
The first documentary evidence of this manor is found in the Domesday Book where it is listed as Estone, a name which derives from the Old English est tun, 'east farm'. The Bedingfeld, later Paston-Bedingfeld Baronetcy, of Oxburgh in the County of Norfolk, is a title in the Baronetage of was created on 2 January for Henry Bedingfeld, a cavalier, in recompense for his losses in the Royalist cause during the Civil War, when he fought as a Captain in King Charles 1st's armies, and Interregnum years, computed at £47, 18s 8d, or well over £.
Hi, Can any one help me find the children of Elizabeth Holte, of Aston Hall, who married James MacKenzie, a Doctor from Worcester.
Elizabeth was bornso there is a good chance that my ancestor, Mary MacKenzie, who would have been born aroundmay be thier daughter.
The History Of Aston Township by: Paul L. Dougherty, Historian, Ruth M. Ross of the Aston Township Historical Society Aston was first settled in as a municipality and was incorporated as a township in In it became a first class township.
Prior toAston was known as Northley. Early History of the Holte family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Holte research. Another 97 words (7 lines of text) covering the years,,and are included under the topic Early Holte History in all our PDF Extended History products.
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Genealogy profile for Sir Thomas Holte, 1st Baronet of Aston Thomas Holte, MP, 1st Baronet of Aston (c - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Thomas Holte, MP, 1st Baronet of Aston (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.Holt is a name whose history is connected to the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain.
The name is derived from when the Holt family once lived near a grove or woods. The surname Holt originally derived from the Old English word holt which meant a "wood" or "grove.".
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