The Heraldry of Dutton Hall, a Tudor mansion that was shipped from Runcorn, Cheshire, and rebuilt brick-by-brick in Ashwood, West Sussex. The first two images are scans from the book Memorials of Dutton of dutton pubished in 1901, the second two images are recent photographs taken at Dutton Hall in its new location in West Sussex.
Above: Stained Glass window Dutton Hall. Dutton quartering Hatton.
Monday, 30 September 2013
The Heraldry of Dutton Hall
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