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Prestwold and its church.

Philip White

Prestwold and its church.

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Published by David Dover in Loughborough .
Written in English


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Description Current benefice. St Andrew's forms part of a wider group of churches described as the Barrow and Wolds Group. The group is currently headed by a Priest-in-Charge who is aided by a number of lay readers. The church falls within the Loughborough Archdeaconry, and Akeley East Deanery. The legal name of the parish is Prestwold with y: England, UK.

Prestwold and its Hamlets in Medieval Times By George F. Farnham, F.S.A. Prestwold is situated in the hundred of East Goscote in the county of Leicester, at the western extremity of the wolds, about 2£ miles east by north from l,oughborough.

Ecclesiastically, the parish church of. The Church is of interest for being almost the sole reminder of the medieval village of Prestwold, destroyed in the enclosure of the estate and it is noteworthy that a previous restoration of had provided the Church with a nave in the classical style, with.

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To the west of the house stands the medieval parish church of St Andrew’s. It’s impossible to ignore the grandeur and luxury of Prestwold Hall, including its interior and decadent décor. The house is known for its striking marbled plaster work in the Italian style, due to the sheer scale and quality of the work.

History. Prestwold Hall was, for many years, the seat of the Packe family. Before that time, it was the home of the Skipwith family.

After the death of Major Robert Christopher Packe (born c) - one time Aide-de-camp to King George III - who was killed during the Battle of Waterloo, the hall passed to his nephew George Hussey Packe who held the hall and estate until his death in We look forward to getting to know Prestwold and its church.

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Prestwold was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Goscote and the county of Leicestershire. It had a recorded population of households in (NB: households is an estimate, since multiple places are mentioned in the same entry), and is listed under 2 owners in Domesday Book.

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Church of St Andrew is a Grade II* listed building in Prestwold, Leicestershire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos.

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Elias de Prestwold had issue two daughters who were his coheirs,Alice, the wife of John Poutrel, and Isabel, the wife of Thomas Hotoft. Church and school. Hoton church was the survivor of three chapelries of Prestwold church (the others were Burton and Cotes).

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