Great Witchingham Hall

near Reepham, Norfolk - Viscount Canterbury

"Witchingham Hall is an Elizabethan structure, but the centre of the building is of anterior and ancient date. Early in the eighteenth century considerable additions were made to the residence and about fifty years ago Mr Tompson made still more extensive alterations; his son, Mr Kett Tompson, completed the edifice as it now appears.

Witchingham Hall is the property of Viscount Canterbury, who succeeded to it by the will of his brother-in-law, the late Mr Kett Tompson. The family of Lord Canterbury has a common descent with those of Lord Manners and the Duke of Rutland."

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