Astley of Melton Constable, 1236-1936.

by Hastings, Delaval Astley Sir, Baron.

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Briston is a village, civil parish and electoral ward in the English county of Norfolk. The village is 11 miles (18 km) east north east of the town of Fakenham, miles ( km) west south west of Cromer, miles ( km) north north west of the city of Norwich, and miles ( km) north north east of nearest railway station is at Sheringham for the Bittern Line which OS grid reference: TG Early Origins of the Melton family. The surname Melton was first found in Norfolk, where the name is associated with the village of "Melton Constable."Roger Longsword held the village for a Bishop William, who in turn was granted the manor and estates by King William. Melton Constable Community Association. likes. Community group putting on events and raising money to improve our ers: The Bath House is a Grade II* listed building in Melton Constable, Norfolk, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos .

Sir Isaac Astley, of Melton Constable, Bt Tbomas Bemey, of Swardestoe. Humphrey Rant [4] William Coke, of Grodwick. Gregory Gawsell, of Watlington Hugh Audley, of Old Buckenham. Sir Ralph Hare, 1st Baronet of Stow Bardolph Cbarles Gameys, of Boyland Hall, Morningtborpe. Parish church and mausoleum of the Astley family formerly of Melton Constable Park. Nave, crossing and sanctuary; mausoleum with family tribune above forms south transept; north transept Materials, details and plan suggest pre date. Born in Melton Constable Norfolk on 20 Jul to Sir Jacob Astley 1st Bt Hillmorton and Blanche Wodehouse(4thcousin9xremoved)//'. Philip Astley married Elizabeth Bransby and had 7 children. He passed away on 07 Jul in Melton Constable, Norfolk, Of Birth: Melton Constable Norfolk. Research genealogy for Bridget Astley of Melton Constable, Norfolk, England, as well as other members of the Astley family, on Ancestry®.

The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth; With Charleston and Southtown Volume 2 [Palmer, Charles John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth; With Charleston and Southtown Volume /5(2). Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Elizabeth Wickingham ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s Of Birth: Suffolk, England. Astley Briston. This photograph originates from a press photo archive. PERSONAL GIFT. Astley Briston Astley Briston, Melton Constable, Thurning. 01/05/ Photo size: xmm (x inches) Can I use this photograph in a publication I am doing, such as book, documentary or Seller Rating: % positive. Captain Francis Blake Delaval (27 December – 9 December ) was a Royal Navy officer and Member of Parliament.. He was the son of Edward Delaval (related to the Delaval baronets) and his wife Mary, daughter of Sir Francis Blake of Cogges (related to the Blake baronets).He inherited Seaton Delaval Hall from his uncle Admiral George Delaval, and Ford Castle from his mother's family.

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She married Thomas Astley of Melton Constable, Norfolk (Octo) as his second wife in about and was the mother of his son John (cAugust 1,) and probably of Ann, Elizabeth, and Margaret Astley, who had been born by view all 13 Thomas Astley, of Melton Constable.

The tower of Melton Constable church also features in one of the scenes where Ted Astley of Melton Constable is working on the land. The church contains a number of memorials to the Astley family.

Sir Jacob Astley, the Royalist commander, is famous for his prayer on the battlefield at Edgehill: 'O Lord, Thou knowest how busy I must be this day; if I forget Thee. Astley of Melton Constable and Seaton Delaval, baronets and later Barons Hastings: Quarterly, 1st, azure a cinquefoil pierced ermine within a bordure engrailed or; 2nd, argent, a lion rampant gules, ducally crowned or; 3rd, gules two lions passant argent; 4th, or a maunch gules.

The quarters represent successively the Astley, Constable Author: Nick Kingsley. ASTLEY, Sir Jacob, 1st Bt. (), of Melton Constable, Norf. and Hillmorton, Warws.

Published in 1236-1936. book History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. B.D. Henning, Available from Boydell and Brewer. Astley Astley, Sir Albert Edward Delaval, 21st Baron Hastings Astley of Melton Constable, [] Ketton-Cremer, Robert Wyndham and Yaxley, David Three generations: Astley family correspondence (Civil War ).

[ISBNLarks Press, ] List of. The Astley Baronetcy, of Melton Constable in the County of Norfolk, was created in the Baronetage of England on 21 January for Isaac Astley.

The title became extinct on his death in The Astley Baronetcy, of Hillmorton in the County of Warwick, was created in the Baronetage of England on 25 June for Jacob Astley, nephew of the.

The eldest of these sons, Thomas De Astley, inherited Hill Morton, but died j. and was s. by his brother, Ralph De Astley, of Hill Morton and Melton Constable.

From whom we pass to his lineal descendant, (fifth in succession), John Astley, esq. of Hill Morton and Melton Constable, who s: Walter (William) de Astley, Isabel (Unk MN) de Astley. Melton Constable Hall is a large (grade 1 listed) country house in the parish of Melton Constable, Norfolk, England designed in the Christopher Wren style and built between and for the Astley family who owned the estate from until The core of the house is.

MELTON CONSTABLE. This lordship was granted by the Conqueror to William de Beaufo Bishop of Thetford, to be held of him as a lay fee, and in his own right, (with many other,) being his lord chancellour, &c. out of which 4 freemen of King Herold were expelled, and Roger de Lyons held it of the bishop, with Anschetel the provost, with 3 carucates of land; 2 villains and 32 borderers belonged to.

MELTON CONSTABLE Near Thetford, Norfolk – Lord Hastings. This estate first came into the possession of the family of Lord Hastings by the marriage of Thomas, Lord Astley, with Editha, sister and co-heiress of Sir Robert Constable, Knight, the then owner.

Melton Constable was a railway station on the Midland and Great Northern Railway which served the North Norfolk village of Melton Constable from to Notwithstanding its rural location, the station became an important railway centre with lines converging from all directions providing connections to key East Anglian towns such as King's Lynn, Norwich, Cromer, Fakenham, Yarmouth and Area: North Norfolk.

The present nobleman, George Manners Astley, was born inand succeeded to the title in He married,Elizabeth, daughter of fifth Lord Suffield. BURGH PARVA, 4 miles S.S.W. of Holt, is a decayed parish, which, from time immemorial, has been united with Melton Constable.

Astley of Melton Constable, by Delaval Astley Hastings (Book) The Astley saga by John E Astley (Book) E. Astley & sons Limited, (Book). Melton Constable is a village and civil parish in North Norfolk (OS reference TG) covering an area of km2 ( sq mi) with, at the time of the Census, a population of It falls within the auspices of North Norfolk District Council.

TG 03 SW MELTON CONSTABLE MELTON CONSTABLE PARK. 3/63 Church of St. Peter. 6/3/59 I. Parish church and mausoleum of the Astley family formerly of Melton Constable Park.

Nave, crossing and sanctuary; mausoleum with family tribune above forms south transept; north transept Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Constance Astley of Melton Constable ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile.

We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to. This estate first came into the possession of the family of Lord Hastings by the marriage of Thomas, Lord Astley, with Editha, sister and coheiress of Sir Robert Constable, Knight, the then owner.

The present mansion was erected, in or about the yearby Sir Jacob Astley. It stands on an eminence, of gradual ascent for some miles around, and, having four fronts, has naturally a noble.

The Astley family gained the manor of Melton Constable through marriage in and a park was enclosed here in A medieval manor house, probably on a moated site, stood just to the south-east of the present hall, the building of which was started by Sir Jacob Astley, first Lord Hastings in the late s and completed around Melton Hall, the seat of Lord Hastings, erected by Sir Jacob Astley, is a spacious and handsome mansion of brick, with facings of stone, and contains many stately apartments, splendidly decorated; the grounds are tastefully laid out, and the park, measuring four miles in circumference, and well stocked with deer, is richly on: Melton-Constable (St.

Peter). Melton Constable Coordinates: 52°51′26″N 1°01′58″E  /  °N °E  /. Melton Constable. The ancient roots of the Astley family name are in the Anglo-Saxon culture. The name Astley comes from when the family lived in Warwickshire, where they founded the town of Astley. The name is local; a transliteration of the name is east leigh, or east wood.

Astley is a district chapelry, in the parish and union of Leigh, hundred of West Derby, S. division of Lancashire. MELTON-CONSTABLE-WITH-BURGH-PARVA form a fertile parish of acres, extending from 4½ to 6 miles S.W.

by S. of Holt, and 6½ miles E.N.E. of Fakenham. They had inhabitants, inbut only 75 inseveral families having emigrated to America.

The Melton Constable, Whitley Bay. K likes. The Melton Constable is a traditional roadside Pub, located above the harbour in the centre of the seaside village of Seaton Sluice/5(84). Melton Constable today. The estate remained in the Astley family until it was sold to the Duke of Westminster in There were several sales after this and the park and house were finally split in the mids.

Melton Constable Hall is listed Grade I (Historic England) and the gardens are listed Grade II* (Historic England). The farm, whose Back to the Garden outlet has been hailed the best farm shop in Norfolk, is near the 17th Century Melton Constable Hall, which was the seat of the Astley family, who inter-married with the Delavals.

But although his roots are in Norfolk, Lord. Private 1st/5th Bn Norfolk Regiment. Born Briston, Norfolk about Enlisted Melton Constable 8th November aged Died Gallipoli 21st August Son of Walter Henry and Mary Bussey, of 29, Colville Rd., Melton Constable, Norfolk. Commemorated Helles Memorial.

MELTON-CONSTABLE (St. Peter), a parish, in the hundred of Holt, W. division of Norfolk, 5½ miles (S. by S.) from Holt.

Melton Constable St Peter is an Ancient Parish in the Holt deanery in the Diocese of Norwich. Peter's in Melton Park, was first consecrated in and has a central Norman tower. The Melton Constable, Whitley Bay.

K likes. The Melton Constable is a traditional roadside Pub, located above the harbour in the centre of the seaside village of Seaton Sluice/5(85). Her correspondence from Seaton Delaval gives a vivid picture of the social life of the time.

She married Sir Edward Astley of Melton Constable, Norfolk, in Reference Entry. 97 words. Subjects: Painting ; Book Arts and Illustration ; 18th-Century Art.Melton Constable is a village and civil parish in the English county of covers an area of km 2 ( sq mi) and had a population of in households at the census.

The population had increased to at the Census. For the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of North village sits on fairly high ground south-west of grid reference: TGAstley missed the Parliament, and in and he came in for Maidstone, where he had taken up residence in aboutand which was near his main country seat.

Astley is not mentioned frequently by name in the extant records of the Commons, despite his long parliamentary career. In he served on the succession committee (31 Oct.).