Denby Grange

near Wakefield, Yorkshire - Baronet Lister Kaye

"Denby Grange is seated in a rich and fertile valley, through which winds the river Colne, and bounded by high hills, richly cultivated. This seat stands in the parish of Kirkheaton, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, and at the distance of seven miles from Wakefield.

Sir John Kaye, of Woodsome, Yorkshire, was advanced to the dignity of a Baronet by King Charles the First in 1641. He served that monarch as Colonel of Horse, and suffered much during the civil wars, but survived the usurption of Cromwell, and witnessed the restoration of Charles the Second to the throne.

The second son of the second Baronet was George Kaye of Denby Grange, and, dying in 1707, his son succeeded to the property of his two uncles, Christopher Lister, and Sir Arthur Kaye; he assumed the name of Lister in addition to his own, and became the fourth Baronet."

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Window mounted (UK mainland)34.95
Window mounted (Europe)37.95
Window mounted (Rest of the World)39.95
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