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Higham ferrers bede house.

Higham ferrers bede house.

Groby Old Hall is partly a 15th-century brick-built manor house and grade II* listed building located very near the site of Groby Castle in the village of Groby in Leicestershire. The Hall and Barony passed to the Greys by marriage after Sir Edward Grey married Elizabeth Ferrers, granddaughter and heir to the 5th Baron Ferrers, around 1432. The Grey family's most celebrated members were the two (or one and a half) Queens of England: Elizabeth Woodville and Lady Jane Grey.

Groby Old Hall is partly a 15th-century brick-built manor house and grade II* listed building located very near the site of Groby Castle in the village of Groby in Leicestershire. The Hall and Barony passed to the Greys by marriage after Sir Edward Grey married Elizabeth Ferrers, granddaughter and heir to the 5th Baron Ferrers, around 1432. The Grey family's most celebrated members were the two (or one and a half) Queens of England: Elizabeth Woodville and Lady Jane Grey.

Tutbury castle - home of William de Ferrers and  Sybil de Braose

Tutbury castle - home of William de Ferrers and Sybil de Braose

Holdenby house Northants UK

Holdenby house Northants UK

Boughton House, the Northamptonshire home of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry (Montagu branch of the family)

Boughton House, the Northamptonshire home of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry (Montagu branch of the family)

Marie Antoinette's Village, Versailles - France.  http://www.lonelyplanet.com/france/versailles

Marie Antoinette's Village, Versailles - France. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/france/versailles

17th century house, Higham Ferrers by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

17th century house, Higham Ferrers by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

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