Whitnash Manor

Whitnash Manor | Image courtesy of Gary Stocker.
Whitnash Manor
Image courtesy of Gary Stocker.
Description of this historic site

Whitnash Manor, a manor house which was originally built during the Post Medieval period but largely rebuilt during the Imperial period. It is situated on Whitnash Road, Whitnash.

Notes about this historic site

1 Of 17th century origin. Rebuilt late 19th century. Brick except for one gabled timber-framed bay.
2 In 1086, it was held by Humprey of Hascalf Musard, an ancestor of the Hastang family. In Edward The Confessor’s time, it was held by Alured. In 1279, Thomas De Hasley held it of Robert De Hastang, and it included a watermill (WA 1486). It went to Thomas Savage in 1346, Benedict Medlea in 1483, Robert Pole in 1604, and was brought in 1802 by the Second Earl of Warwick. There is a record of another manor owned by Baldwin Freville in 1400, which was sold in 1499 to Benedict Medley, thus combining the two manors.

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