Locko Park

near Derby, Derbyshire - Drury-Lowe family


"Locko, the seat of William Drury-Lowe, is one of the most charmingly situated mansions in the Midlands. It stands in a well wooded deer park about five miles from Derby, and has a magnificent sheet of water at a picturesque distance in front.

The family of Lowe is of considerable antiquity in the county of Derby. The first of whom we have any distinct record is Lawrence Lowe, who was a man of great learning, and held the office of Recorder of Nottingham in 1480. His descendant, John Lowe, purchased Locko Park from the Gilbert family in 1746. When both he and his brother, Richard, died without issue, the estates passed to his second cousin, William Drury, who assumed the additional surname and arms of Lowe in 1790."

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Window Mounted Window Mounted and Framed

Window mounted (UK mainland)34.95
Window mounted (Europe)37.95
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