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Backward glance Finding Canons Ashby This backward glance recalls another discovery of my teenage years.

Stokesay Castle is a fortified manor house in Stokesay, Ludlow, Shropshire, England. It was built in the late 13th century by Laurence of Ludlow, then the leading wool merchant in England, who intended it to form a secure private house and generate income as a commercial estate. Wikipedia

Stokesay Castle ~ used to be owned by my mom's family way back when. i cannot wait to visit this place!

Hunsdon House, Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, England | Hunsdon :

Hunsdon House is a historic house in Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, England, northwest of Harlow. Originally constructed in the century, it was most notably the estate of Henry VIII of England. It was also one of Queen Mary I favorite houses.

Wolfeton House (sometimes Wolveton House) is an early Tudor and Elizabethan manor house in Dorset, England.[1][2] It is situated amongst water-meadows north-west of Dorchester not far from the confluence of the rivers Frome and Cerne. It is near to the village of Charminster. The compact original courtyard section of the current building dates back to about 1480. Possibly dating back to Roman times, the house has been the country seat of several families, including the Mohuns and Trenchards.

Wolfeton House (sometimes Wolveton House) is an early Tudor and Elizabethan manor house in Dorset, England.[1][2] It is situated amongst water-meadows north-west of Dorchester not far from the confluence of the rivers Frome and Cerne. It is near to the village of Charminster. The compact original courtyard section of the current building dates back to about 1480. Possibly dating back to Roman times, the house has been the country seat of several families, including the Mohuns and Trenchards.

This is the house that inspired the one Henry owns. The main house with its charming beams is surrounded by a beautiful moat © Olly Hitchen

Ightham Mote - the main house with its charming beams is surrounded by a beautiful moat © Olly Hitchen

Downton Abbey scenes are done in Greys Court which became the family's home when there was a downturn in finances. It is a Tudor country house and associated gardens,  at the southern end of the Chiltern Hills at Rotherfield Greys, near Henley-on-Thames in the English county of Oxfordshire. It is owned by the National Trust and is open to the public.

Greys Court used as Eryholme in Downton. When it was a possibility Downton would be sold, Eryholme was where the family would move to renaming it as Downton Place.

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