Minster Lovell Hall - Built in the 1440's by Lord William Lovell

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Minster Lovell Hall

Below are two photographs of the remains of Minster Lovell Hall in the Oxfordshire village of Minster Lovell. There is also a short video clip of Minster Lovell Hall available for download (QuickTime format). In the second photograph you can see St. Kenelm's Church. Below the two photographs, you will see an image of how Minster Lovell Hall may have looked.

Minster Lovell Hall was built by Lord William Lovell in the 1440's and was further extended by his son, Lord Francis. The last resident was Thomas Coke who moved to a new house in Holkham in Norfolk, leaving Minster Lovell to be dismantled in 1747.

The remains of Minster Lovell Hall

The remains of Minster Lovell Hall. You can also see St. Kenelm's Church in the background

This is what Minster Lovell Hall may have looked like

Click here to view a short video of Minster Lovell Hall
QuickTime movie player required, download here


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