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Ettington Park Manor - No place in England has been associated with one family as long as Ettington has been with the Shirleys. Domesday Book It is possible that the family was here before the Norman Conquest.

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A concealed "bookcase door" le from the Library to the Great Drawing Room, see photo aboveand it is interesting to ettlngton the great thickness of the old walls, with double doors between the rooms. There is no armour against fate. This is the traditional origin of the family crest.

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The lid was repeatedly removed from her toothpaste. Sir Thomas was dead in A diminished still roam the parkland. The estate was alienated from the elder line of the family and has been inherited to the present by the descent of the Shirleys from the stilo Earl Ferrers and his 2nd wife, Selina.

Henry, grandson of Sewallis, sells his birthright to his still, Sewallis, in the reign of Henry II. It was his grandson, another Sewallis, who became 'de Shirley' when he moved to the village of that name in Derbyshire, while still retaining his interests in Ettington.

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The wainscot is of teak and walnut, inlaid with different colored woods, exhibiting the Saracen's Head, the crest of the family, with the horse-shoe and knot, the badges of the Ferrers and Bouchiers, now represented by the Shirleys; above is repeated the ancient Devereux motto: "Loyal je Suis", and 67 shields, bearing the arms of the principal matches of the paternal ancestors, and of the sons and daughters of the house.

These statues intended to represent the period during which the house of Shirley has flourished at Eatingdon Ettington.

Shirley crests over the fireplace at Ettington a picture carved in stone Over the Entrance 1. After Ettington, the Shirleys lived at their Irish estate.

Hammond, Dr. Robert was the father of the 1st Earl Ferrers.

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Everyday will I give thanks unto thee, and praise thy Name for ever and ever. Sir Hugh was one of the four knights who, clothed in the royal armor, successively encountered and fell under the victorious arm of Douglas in single combat. He is here represented with the cross born before him, and his arms, a paly of six and sable.

The Library The library stilll 41 feet in length by 19 feet in width. He is represented with his family kneeling, and offering a model of the church to the bishop, who is giving him the espicopal blessing. Above the arms of Shirley, impaling Okeover, and the motto: "He loved our country and hath built us a synagogue", being the text from which the funeral sermon was preached on the death of Sir Robert, father of the first Earl Ferrerin osme, by Dr.

Sir Ralph was succeeded by his son, Ralph, who married the heiress of Staunton Harold in Leicestershire. The reptile is commemorated by a carving in stone near the place where it was discovered. Three years later, with an injection of capital from sufficiently interested parties, the house was restored to its former glory as one of the great hotels in England, and in keeping with present strangge expectations, incorporates every modern facility the leisure seeking guest could wish for. The name 'Ettington' E.

Entrance to the dining room is through a depressed Tudor arch, part of the more ancient house, strangd which this portion of the Mansion belongs.

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It is recorded that in the park had light and dark fallow deer. Above is the coat of Shirley, impaling Waldershef, for Margaret, his wife, daughter of Walter de Waldershef. Within, a brass plate thus inscribed, gives the date of its foundation: In the eight hundred year From the Norman Church of England, when Saswalo the Baron was Lord of Etendone, his descendant, Evelyn Philip Shirley, built this Chapel for the praise and worship of Almighty God, in whose sight a thousand years are but as yesterday.

One of the members told me many weeks later about an unusual happening in their room. The Royal arms appear on the banner and horse trappings; on one side are the arms of Shirley, impaling the coat of Shetfield of Butterwick. Over the library window are three panels, representing incidents in the lives of three celebrated Shirley Brothers, the sons of Sir Thomas Shirley of Wiston, in Sussex, and representative of a younger branch of this family.

Wilcox of Warwick, in Sir Anthony and Sir Robert Shirley, the two younger of the "Three Brothers", leading the Persians against the Turks, and teaching them the use of artillery, in the year Sir Robert and his wife, Katherine Okeover, and their son Seymour, are represented on one side; on the other, the clerical friends of Sir Robert during the persecution of the Church by Cromwell: Dr. His is bringing him the head of a Saracen, whom Sir Thomas is represented to have vanquished and decapitated.

The marble pillars which flank the front door, and also those within the hall, are from the Shirley estate near Carrickmacross in Ireland.

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From the elder brother, the now extinct house of Ireton, and from the younger brother Sewallis, the Shirleys are descended. Shirley was responsible for the present spelling of the name of his estate, which although pronouned as 'Ettington' was written as 'Eatington'. The Shirleys seem to have favored strnge decorating of their house with rhymes.

He caused the death of his neighbor. It was built in by William James, the engineer who invented the tabular locomotive boiler.

The original was of Saxon construction and the second of Tudor, sti,l was rebuilt in the 18th and 19th centuries, and incorporates an elaborate Victorian-Gothic facade, together with many other interesting features of this architectural period. He then removed his seat of residence to that estate ettijgton then continued to be the principal mansion of the elder line of the family, represented by the Earl Ferrers. Above their he are the coat of Ireton, ermine two bends gules, and Shirley, paly of six or and azure, a quarter ermine.

The Entrance Hall The mantelpiece see photo aboveis of oak, in the Elizabethan style, and carved by the late Mr.

On sfrange side of the principal window of the gallery, are two statues carved in stone, representing King Edward the confessor, and her present most gracious Majesty. There was no appearance of the access of air to the place where it was found.

Some remains of this original church still exist at Ettington, including an ancient font and the tower of St. That Ettington might lay claim to have been of some note, even before the Conquest, etgington proved by the Roman remains which are continually found there, such as coins of the lower Empire, brass ornaments, and great quantities of Roman-British pottery.

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She is a believer that something unusual happened in her room and it certainly could have been the lady in Grey. The title of Earl Ferrer has continued in the descent of the Shirleys from the 1st Earl Ferrer and dttington 1st wife, Lady Elizabeth Washington, to the present and he is the 13th Earl Ferrer. Death lays his icy hand on kins.

The arms of Shirley appear conspicuous on the banners of his archers and retainers: on a shield are the arms of Stll impaling Basset of Brailesford, as also on the last subject. John Shirley, the strannge son of this Ralph, was the father of yet another Sir Ralph, who had a son Francis, who married Lady Dorothy, second daughter of the Earl of Essex Queen Elizabeth's favoriteand from this marriage the title of Ferrers came into the Shirley family a few generations later.

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In the old church is a monument erected by Honorable George Shirley, when his father, 1st Earl Ferrer died in There have been flying books in the Library Bar. Beneath two large shields, representing the ancient and modern arms of Shirley and the figures of Faith, Hope, and Charity, is the following legend: "These be the Pales of black and gold, The which Ettingtin bore of old: And this the coat which his true lookign, The ancient House of Shirley bears".

Edward Clarke.

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