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John Rolls, 1st Baron Llangattock - Biography
... They lived at The Hendre and they also had a house South Lodge which was at Rutland Gate in London ... However, there were no children of the marriage, and The Hendre eventually passed out of the hands of the Rolls family in the 1980s, having passed through the Harding-Rolls line of the family ... Duke and Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary) stayed with Rolls at the Hendre ...
Baron Llangattock
... Baron Llangattock, of the Hendre in the County of Monmouth, was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... The family estates, including The Hendre in Monmouthshire, passed to Lord Llangatock's only sister, Eleanor Rolls ... They had no children and The Hendre estate passed to the Harding-Rolls family, descended from Patricia Rolls, sister of the first Baron ...
Hendre-Ddu Tramway
... The Hendre-Ddu Tramway was an industrial narrow gauge railway built in 1867 to connect the Hendre-Ddu Slate quarry to Aberangell station on the Mawddwy Railway ...
The Hendre - Mansion - Description
... The Hendre, a handsome mansion of brick and stone, in the Norman and Tudor styles." The house is constructed of red brick, dressed with Bath stone and comprises a ... house to power the mechanisms which made The Hendre in Lord Llangattock's time a throughly forward-looking estate." In his book, "Black Mountains The Recollections of a South Wales Miner", David Barnes notes his ...
The Hendre
... The Hendre (a farmer's winter residence literally meaning old home) is Monmouthshire's only full-scale Victorian country house, constructed in the Victorian Gothic style ... The Welsh word hendre comes from the old Welsh custom of having two residences one down in the valley, which was used in winter (hendre) and the other homestead ...