Morning light on the trees that mark the northernmost edge of Brothers Water.
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17th Century Orton Hall
Orton Hall is a superb Jacobean Mansion built in 1662 standing in 7 acres of its own mature parkland. We have 3 suites, each with its own unique charm. All … more >>
This scholar and Freemason donated a collection of curiosities that became the basis for one of Britain's - and the world's - great museums.
The museum opened in the heart of Oxford in 1683
The museum is called the Ashmolean!
19 October, 1216
Death of King John
The unlamented John died at Newark, and was buried at Worcester Cathedral, the only king to lie there
This queen was the daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon
She followed Jane Grey to the throne
She was followed to the throne by her sister Elizabeth