Cholmondeley Castle

near Malpas, Cheshire - Marquis of Cholmondeley

"Cholmondeley Castle is situated about four miles from Malpas, and eight from Nantwich, in the county of Chester. Here was an ancient hall, which in its turn was succeeded by another then modern one, built in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. During the civil wars Cholmondeley House was used as a garrison, first by the Cavaliers, and then by the Roundheads.

The family of Lord Cholmondeley derives from Hugh, Baron of Malpas, whose son, Robert, left a daughter and heiress, Lettice, who married Richard le Belward, and their descendant, Robert le Belward, having had the lordship of Cholmondeley bestowed upon him, fixed his residence there and assumed his surname therefrom."

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Window Mounted Window Mounted and Framed

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