Swithland Hall

near Mountsorrell, Leicestershire - Earl of Lanesborough

"Swithland Hall is situated in a lordship of that name, containing about one thousand and eighty acres of land. It is situated two miles from Mountsorrel, five from Loughborough, and seven from Leicester. In the time of King Henry the Third this manor was the inheritance of Sir William de Wallies, with whose posterity it continued until the reign of Richard the Second, when it passed by marriage to Sir John de Walcote.

It subsequently became the property of Sir John Davers, whose daughter wedded the Honourable Augustus Richard Butler, second son of the Earl of Lanesborough, who thereupon assumed the name of Danvers."

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