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Southwick Hall, Northamptonshire

Southwick Hall, at Southwick (pron "Suth-ick"), N of Oundle, Northamptonshire.
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Southwick Hall.
Photo 2006 by R. Neil Marshman. See terms of use.
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The Knyvett family are found in Southwick in 1194.
Southwick Hall was built early 1300s by Knyvett, known as "Knyvett's Place".
It was inherited 1442 by John Lynne through marriage.
George Lynne re-built the South Wing, late 1500s.
It was inherited by George Lynne.
It was purchased by the Capron family 1840, who still own it and live there.
Open to the public.





Southwick Hall.
From 1885 map.



Southwick village and Southwick Hall (to NE of village). Satellite image.
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From Google Maps.
See street view across field and entrance.



Plan of Southwick Hall.
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From [VCH, Northamptonshire, 1906].



Southwick Hall. The S front. Photo c.1905.
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From [VCH, Northamptonshire, 1906].






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