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First Steps in Family History

First Steps in Family History

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First Steps in Family History

Gloucester’s Best Kept Secret

Gloucester’s Best Kept Secret

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Gloucester’s Best Kept Secret

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Robert Catesby, one of the leading figures in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, once owned the Chastleton estate near Moreton in the Marsh. He was forced to sell the estate shortly before the plot in order to pay a huge fine for his part in the Essex Rebellion. He was shot on 8 November 1605 at Holbeche House, Staffordshire.<br/><br/>The current Chastleton House (a National Trust property) was built between 1607-1612 and was owned by the same family for almost 400 years. It is regarded as one of England's finest and most complete Jacobean houses.<br/>

Robert Catesby, one of the leading figures in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, once owned the Chastleton estate near Moreton in the Marsh. He was forced to sell the estate shortly before the plot in order to pay a huge fine for his part in the Essex Rebellion. He was shot on 8 November 1605 at Holbeche House, Staffordshire.

The current Chastleton House (a National Trust property) was built between 1607-1612 and was owned by the same family for almost 400 years. It is regarded as one of England's finest and most complete Jacobean houses.

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