Fulbourn Manor

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Fulbourn Manor is the sole surviving manor of the Five Manors of Fulbourn.

It was built in 1788 [1] or maybe earlier. An account from 1495 states that Richard Berkeley and his wife Anne Berkeley settled a debt of 1,000 marks with four manors of Fulbourn, which were stated as Zouches, Manners, Shardelowes and Fulbourn[2].

It was largely rebuilt around 1910 by Dudley Newman[3]. Reconstruction preserved part of the 18th century building.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parks & Gardens UK - Fulbourn Manor House, Fulbourn, England Record Id: 4107".
  2. ^ "Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 2nd Edition".
  3. ^ "Fulbourn Manor Estate: An Archaeological Survey - T. Malim".

Coordinates: 52°10′57″N 0°13′24″E / 52.182631°N 0.223436°E / 52.182631; 0.223436