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Title:Tackbeare Manor
Originator:Glubb, A. de C.
Date:1926 - 1927
Summary:Tackbear Manor House, now partly demolished, believed to have been built mainly by Richard Gilbert in 16th century in form of letter E. Remaining features include arms of Gilbert and Rolle in the drawing room and those of Gilbert and Kniveton in a bedrooom, as well as some plasterwork. At the time of Domesday it was held by Bernard the Priest of the Earl Mortain. In the time of King Edward held by Aluric. The manor was part of the endowment of the Convent of St. Mary de Graces in the Tower of London in the time of Edward III. Account of the history of the manor.

Associated Monuments (2)

MDV10Bridgerule East, St Bridget's Parish Church (Building)
MDV7122Tackbear Manor House, Bridgerule (Building)