Acton Reynald Hall

near Shrewsbury, Shropshire - Baronet Corbet


"In Domesday Book, this estate is given as belonging to one Rinaldus.

The family of Corbet removed to it when their ancient residence of Moreton Corbet Castle was destroyed by Cromwell's soldiers about the year 1644.

The present house was built in 1601 and completed in 1834. It is built in the Elizabethan style, and stands on a gentle eminence sheltered from the north by a background of hills.

This family is stated to be derived from Hugh Corbet, or Corbeau, living in Normandy in 1040. His second son Roger held no fewer that twenty-four lordships in Shropshire."

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