Wiltshire, Mottisfont Abbey

[D-0396] Wiltshire, Großbritannien
Wiltshire, Großbritannien
[D-0397] Wiltshire, Großbritannien
Wiltshire, Großbritannien
[D-0398] Wiltshire, Großbritannien
Wiltshire, Großbritannien
[D-0401] The name 'Mottisfont' is probably derived from the Old English motes funta, meaning 'spring near the confluence' or 'spring of the moot' or possibly 'spring of...
The name 'Mottisfont' is probably derived from the Old English motes funta, meaning 'spring near the confluence' or 'spring of the moot' or possibly 'spring of…
[D-0404] From Priory to Abbey The original building was a priory, founded by William Briwere in 1201. He was a trusted adviser to Richard the Lionheart, King John and...
From Priory to Abbey The original building was a priory, founded by William Briwere in 1201. He was a trusted adviser to Richard the Lionheart, King John and…
[D-0405] A colourful change After 400 years the family sold the estate in 1934 to Gilbert Russell, a descendent of William Briwere, and his wife Maude. Soon after the...
A colourful change After 400 years the family sold the estate in 1934 to Gilbert Russell, a descendent of William Briwere, and his wife Maude. Soon after the…