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.Living the History: NEWBURY CASTLE - The Where and and the Where Not!

.Living the History: NEWBURY CASTLE - The Where and and the Where Not!

Purple sunshine on the Kennet canal across the water from Hampstead Marshal

Purple sunshine on the Kennet canal across the water from Hampstead Marshal

Historic Old Newbury - Wayne Marshall Chase (Images-of-New-England) James, Nicholas, and William Noyes

Historic Old Newbury - Wayne Marshall Chase (Images-of-New-England) James, Nicholas, and William Noyes

Ethelfleda (scourge of the Vikings), with her young nephew Athelstan (destined to be the first King of all England) at her side.

Ethelfleda (scourge of the Vikings), with her young nephew Athelstan (destined to be the first King of all England) at her side.

All that remains of Ludgershall Castle, once owned by William Marshal's father, John.  William would have visited this as a child.

All that remains of Ludgershall Castle, once owned by William Marshal's father, John. William would have visited this as a child.

View from top of Pembroke castle

View from top of Pembroke castle

Wallingford Castle was a major medieval castle situated in Wallingford in the English county of Oxfordshire adjacent to the River Thames. Established in the 11th century and described as "one of the most powerful royal castles of the 12th and 13th centuries". Wallingford has a rich history of royal residents and site of strategic battles including Empress Matilda, King John, Henry III, Edward II and III, and Simon De Montfort, all on family tree.

Wallingford Castle was a major medieval castle situated in Wallingford in the English county of Oxfordshire adjacent to the River Thames. Established in the 11th century and described as "one of the most powerful royal castles of the 12th and 13th centuries". Wallingford has a rich history of royal residents and site of strategic battles including Empress Matilda, King John, Henry III, Edward II and III, and Simon De Montfort, all on family tree.

Framlingham Castle, setting for several of Elizabeth Chadwick novels

Framlingham Castle, setting for several of Elizabeth Chadwick novels

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