Basing House

the story of Basing House and a guide to its ruins by John Holder

Publisher: Hampshire CC in [Winchester]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 59 Downloads: 965
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Statement[by John Holder, Chris Scott] ; illustrated by Stephen Beck, Peter Davies and David Thelwell ; designed by P. Davies.
ContributionsScott, Chris.
The Physical Object
Pagination59p. :
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17273083M

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The siege of Basing House near Basingstoke in Hampshire, was a Parliamentarian victory late in the First English Civil s the title of the event may suggest a single siege, there were in fact three major engagements. John Paulet, 5th Marquis of Winchester owned the House and as a committed Royalist garrisoned it in support of King Charles I, as it commanded the road from London to the.   The storming of Basing House Several fortified places, such as Basing House in Hampshire, were captured by storm. After besieging the place, the attackers began to dig trenches towards the walls. As they moved closer, batteries of cannon began to bombard the walls to create a breach. Once this was achieved, an assault was made. Book the Tower Hill Guest House - Stay at this 3-star guesthouse in Basingstoke. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and a terrace. Popular attractions Bombay Sapphire Distillery and Basingstoke Golf Club are located nearby. Discover genuine guest reviews for Tower Hill Guest House along with the latest prices and availability – book now. Apr 7, - Explore Kris Holland's board "Basingstoke" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Basingstoke, Hampshire, Michael church pins.

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The history of Basing House, in Hampshire: Containing an interesting account of the seige it sustained during the Civil War; with notices of of Winchester to summonses to surrender Unknown Binding – January 1, by Joseph Jefferson (Author) See all formats Author: Joseph Jefferson.

The Siege of Basing House Basing House was one of the iconic sieges of the English Civil Wars. Basing was the home of the Marquis of Winchester, a supporter of King Charles I. Parliamentary forces made three attempts to take Basing House, with first two sieges being broken before it fell at the third attempt.

In terms of the Civil War, Basing House was under siege between and Eventually it fell to Oliver Cromwell and his roundheads, but the people of Basing House didn’t give up easily. By they had already survived one attack Basing House book Parliament’s forces, in which even the women got involved – lobbing rocks and slate tiles down on the.

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Please bring I.D. Intimate, late - licensed, Funktion 1. Generals at the Siege of Basing House: The garrison of Basing House was headed by the Marquess of Winchester, the owner of Basing House and a senior Catholic member of the English nobility. From the introduction of the King’s troops into Basing House as the garrison the military commander was Colonel Rawdon until the withdrawal of the non-Catholic troops inwhen command fell on.

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Subjects: Basing House, Hampshire, Eng. Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, Hampshire (England) -- History. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. The Basing house grounds are also famous with local people for the apparent haunts of hooded monks, that seem to aimlessly wander around the now ruins.

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Basing House once enjoyed the notable distinction of being the largest private residence in England. It was built for William Paulet, 1st Marquis of Winchester, a rich and influential servant of the Tudor monarchs whose climb up the greasy and precarious pole of courtly politics began in the reign of Henry V Every step of the way your wedding celebrations become part of the rich never ending tale of Basing House creating memories you will cherish forever.

The romantic ruins, charming Jacobean Knot Garden, Tudor great barn and nearby river walk offer the perfect backdrop to create the most stunning memorable wedding and plenty of opportunities for photographs. Old Basing is perhaps best known for the ruins of Basing House which was built between and on the site of a Norman castle.

It was the home of the Marquesses of Winchester for several generations before being destroyed after a week siege during the English Civil War.

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Intimate, late - licensed, Funktion 1 equipped. The Civil War in Hampshire (): And the Story of Basing House George Nelson Godwin H. Gilbert and son, - Basing House, Hampshire, England - pages. In Basing House was commandeered by the military, and anti-aircraft guns were installed on the earthworks.

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Originally a Norman ringwork fortification, Basing House (formerly Basing Castle) was extensively rebuilt by Sir William Paulet into an elaborate Tudor mansion.

During the Civil War it was hastily re-fortified and became a key outpost surrounding the Royalist capital at Oxford. In September it was stormed by Oliver Cromwell where his troops massacred the garrison.

Hannah Dennison: I was born in a little village called Old Basing in Hampshire, England. Although the village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, its real claim to fame was the siege of Old Basing House that took place during the English Civil War.

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Speaker, and divers members in the House. The Fall of Basing House, F ollowing the defeat of Lord Goring at the battle of Langport and the capture of Bristol from Prince Rupert, the south-west of England was effectively closed to the King from mid-September In order to secure his position before advancing to complete the conquest of the west, General Fairfax sent Colonel Rainsborough to besiege Berkeley Castle, the only.

The siege and assault of the Catholic stronghold Basing House is distinctly the best thing in the book. The talent is obvious and for once, though it has to struggle to be heard through Jacob's. "Sieges determined the course of the English Civil Wars, yet they receive scant attention.

In contrast, the major set-piece battles are repeatedly analyzed and reassessed. As a result our understanding of the conflict, and of its outcome, is incomplete.

John Barratt, in this lucid and perceptive account, makes the siege the focal point of his study.A Description of the Seige of Basing Castle ; kept by the Lord Marquisse of Winchester, for the service of His Majesty: against, the Forces of the Rebells, under Command of Colonell Norton, Anno Dom.