Nuneham Park

Oxfordshire, near Abingdon, Berkshire - Harcourt family


"Nuneham Park is well know to every Oxonian, beautifully situated as it is on the bank of the classic Isis, some three or four miles from the ever famous University of Oxford. The adjoining parish of Stanton Harcourt was in the ownership of the noble family of Harcourt - now represented by a branch of the equally noble one of Vernon - for more than six hundred years.

George Vernon, of Sudbury, who assumed the additional surname and arms of Venables on inheriting the estates of his maternal ancestors, was raised to the Peerage as Lord Vernon. He married, thirdly, Martha, daughter of Simon Harcourt, grand-daughter of Viscount Harcourt, Lord Chancellor. Their son, the Most Rev. Edward Venables Vernon, Lord Archbishop of York, on succeeding to the Harcourt estates, assumed the further surname of Harcourt."

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