Architecture is in General Things.
Culture, General Things, Architecture, Prodigy House
In 1573 Thomas Gorges of Longford Castle (age 37) acquired the manor of Longford, Wiltshire [Map] which had been owned by the Servington aka Cervington family. In 1576 after his marriage to Helena Snakenbourg Marchioness Northampton (age 24) they commissioned the building of a house on the triangular Swedish style on the banks of the Wiltshire River Avon with money from a shipwreck of the Spanish Armada.
William Brereton 1st Baron Brereton: On 05 Feb 1550 he was born to William Brereton (age 30) and Jane Warburton (age 22). Before 25 Feb 1591 William Brereton 1st Baron Brereton (age 41) and Margaret Savage (age 42) were married. They were third cousins. On 11 May 1624 William Brereton 1st Baron Brereton (age 74) was created 1st Baron Brereton. On 01 Oct 1631 William Brereton 1st Baron Brereton (age 81) died. His grandson William Brereton 2nd Baron Brereton (age 20) succeeded 2nd Baron Brereton and inherited Brereton Hall, Cheshire. Elizabeth Goring Baroness Brereton by marriage Baroness Brereton.