Beningbrough Hall

near York, Yorkshire - Dawnay family


"Beningbrough Hall stands on the site of a former mansion, the residence of the old family of Bouchier, now believed to be extinct, at least in that branch of it. The house, which is of brick with stone quoins, was built by Sir John Vanbrugh. The estate was left by the last proprietress to the Rev. William Henry Dawnay, Rector of Sessay and Thormanby, who succeeded his brother as sixth Viscount Downe.

This is one of the numerous families, not a few of them still existent, whose names are inscribed on the Roll of Battle Abbey. It has preserved an unbroken male descent from that day to this."

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