The image attached is "Bay Window in Hall, Bramhall, Cheshire" by Joseph Nash. The print was originally published in "The Mansions of England in the Olden Time" in 1841.
Bramall Hall is one of the classic Cheshire Black and White timber framed houses and it was home to the Davenport family for three centuries. It was built in the 15th century, enlarged in the 1590s and 1609 to form a quadrangle. One side of the quadrangle was demolished in the late 18th century and the house was extensively restored in 1833. It is now owned by Stockport, England, and is open to visitors throughout the year.
William DAVENPORT was born in 1472 in Bramhall, Cheshire. He died in 1541 in Bramhall, Cheshire. Bramall Hall is surrounded by 70 acres of beautiful parkland, Bramhall Hall is a superb example of a Cheshire Black and White timber-framed manor house, dating from the 14th century. It was enlarged in the 1590s and 1609 to form a quadrangle. One side of the quadrangle was demolished in the late 18th century and the house was extensively restored in 1833. It is now owned by Stockport and is open to visitors throughout the year.
well-known Stockport hatting firm. When the lease expired the contents were sold and the Furniture dispersed of. The Hall was now owned by a Manchester property development firm and remained empty until 1883 when it was purchased by Charles Henry Nevill.
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Note 1: About the elder William DAVENPORT of BROMHALL, from George Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, incorporated with a republication of King's Vale Royal and Leycester's Cheshire Antiquities (2nd ed., revised and enlarged by Thomas Helsby, Esquire: George Routledge and Sons, Ludgate Hill, London, 1882), vol. 3, p. 825:
"Inq. p. m. 33 Hen. VIII. William DAVENPORT of BROMHALL, Esquire held lands in Sydenhall, and c. as in the preceding inquisitions; and lands in Dockenfield, Hale, Macclesfield, Upton, and Weston, and held also the manor of Bromhall from Edward, Earl of Derby, George BOOTH, esq. and Robert Chauntrell, gent. as of their manor of Dunham (Masey, in socage) by the render of XXXVIIIs. IVd.; Val. XLI£. XIIs. XId. Died Oct. 29, anno p'd'to. William DAVENPORT son and heir [aged 20 years, 10 months, and 29 days, who had been married to Margaret, daughter of George BOTHE, for three years.] Val. tot. [£96. 18s. 5d., not] LXXV£. IIs. VId."
"Blanche, daughter of Sir John WARBERTON of ARLEY, kt. living a widow, 1542."
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