Madresfield

Madresfield is a village and civil parish in the administrative district of Malvern Hills in the county of Worcestershire, England. It is located about two miles east of Malvern town centre at the foot of the Malvern Hills and is less than two miles from the River Severn. Surrounded by farms and common land, it has a clear view of the entire range of the Malvern Hills, and is part of the informal region referred to as The Malverns.

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Earl Beauchamp
... The Earls Beauchamp were descended from Richard Lygon (pronounced "Liggon"), of Madresfield Court, Worcestershire, who married the Hon ... Their descendant, William Lygon (1642-1721), also resided at Madresfield ... The ancestral family seat of the Lygon family was Madresfield Court, near Malvern, Worcestershire ...
Madresfield Court - The Elmley Foundation
... Madresfield Court has never been sold or bought in all its long history, instead simply remaining in the hands of the Lygon family ... Madresfield Court is currently (2009) the home of Rosalind, Lady Morrison, niece of the 8th and last Earl Beauchamp ... and a variety of black table grape, are named Madresfield Court ...
Henry Payne (artist) - Stained Glass and Painting
... Andrew’s, Roker, St Martins, Kensal Rise, St Mary's, Madresfield and J ... Between 1902 and 1923 he worked on the wall paintings of the chapel at Madresfield Court near Malvern in Worcestershire ... Georgie Gaskin and Charles March Gere, Madresfield Court is "not only Payne's most important scheme of decorative painting, but probably the most famous of all such Arts ...
Madresfield Court
... Madresfield Court is a country house in England, in the village of Madresfield near Malvern in Worcestershire ... Distinguished collections of furniture, art, and porcelain are housed at Madresfield, which was rated by Sir Simon Jenkins among the 50 best in his book on 1,000 historic houses ...
Madresfield Court - An Inspiration For Brideshead and Royal Safehouse?
... Madresfield was the home of the 7th Earl Beauchamp ... to evacuate Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret of the British Royal Family to Madresfield in the event of a successful German invasion following the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940 ... the whole UK government would move to Worcestershire with the Royal family residing at Madresfield ...