Normanton Hall, Southwell, Normanton, Nottinghamshire

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Tree: The Full Family Tree
Notes: Until the early 20th century most of the land in the valleys was owned by a few aristocratic families, particularly the Finch family, the Earls of Winchilsea and Nottingham, who lived at Burley on the Hill and the Heathcote family, the Earls of Ancaster, who lived at Normanton Hall.
Both estates were broken up and sold, but farming continued to be the main occupation of the area. Normanton Hall, located right on the southern edge of what was to become Rutland Water, failed to reach its reserve at the auction in 1924 and it was eventually demolished.
The adjacent stables survived and after being a prisoner of war camp in WW2, and later farmer’s barns, they were converted to a hotel thanks to their unique location on the south shore of Rutland Water.

Location : Latitude: 53.08522580311749, Longitude: -0.9416592121124268


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   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Census   Person ID   Tree 
1 GOODALE, Elizabeth  31 Mar 1901Normanton Hall, Southwell, Normanton, Nottinghamshire I15850 The Full Family Tree 
2 TAYLOR, Frederick  31 Mar 1901Normanton Hall, Southwell, Normanton, Nottinghamshire I1576 The Full Family Tree