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This booklet is a practical guide to the clothing of the English Civil War. It contains patterns to use for re-creating the clothes of the common soldier. Also has brief descriptions of what the different groups were wearing at what time during the civil wars. Great booklet for the ECW living history.

History of Chawton House.

from his benefactor Thomas Knight is well documented. Thomas Knight and his new bride, Catherine, were on a tour of their recently inherited estates. When Thomas and Catherine failed to produce any heirs, they officially adopted the sixteen-year-old Edward in 1783 (Nokes 72-73). It is a little known fact that for over one hundred sixty years, the Knight family were also owners of a third estate... The owners of the three estates were affluent landowners and many served as members of Parliament. Financially savvy gentry expanded their estates by carefully considered marriages between important local families and sometimes through the consolidation of an estate by means of land exchanges. The Chawton estate dates to at least the late Saxon period. After the Norman Conquest william the Conqueror granted the estate to Hugh de Port, and Chawton remained a de Port possession for over 300 years. The estate passed down through the male line for 3 centuries, then passed through the female line for another two centuries until, in 1551, it was sold to John Knight, whose family had been tenant farmers at Chawton for centuries. John's son, also named John, replaced the medieval manor house with the attractive Elizabethan building we can see today. In 1524 William Knight had a lease of the ' cite of the Manor place ' and farm of Chawton, with the West Park, for which he paid 25. In April 1551, the land was sold for £180 to John Knight, whose family had been tenant farmers in Chawton since... The medieval manor house was replaced by John Knight’s grandson, also called John, with the largely Elizabethan house that can be seen today. Sir Richard had no children, and devised his estate to the grandson of his aunt Dorothy, who had married Michael Martin of Ensham in Oxfordshire. This grandson, Richard (Martin) Knight, his brother Christopher, and his sister Elizabeth, were all owners in succession, the last named for much the longest period. Following George’s death in 1648, his trustees managed his estate on behalf of his widow, Anne. In 1649 Anne purchased the reversionary interest of the Manor of Steventon in Hampshire from Thomas Brocas (Page 171-74). In 1650 she purchased the manor belonging to Edward Darcy in Epsom. Source: Jane Austen

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