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Family treasures: Burghley Hall  Lettice sent her sons Robert and Walter Devereux to live at Burghley house to complete their education.

Family treasures: Burghley Hall Lettice sent her sons Robert and Walter Devereux to live at Burghley house to complete their education.

Burghley House, the home of Lord Burghley.  It was his home in Stamford away from the court of Queen Elizabeth I.  It took 32 years to build it!

Burghley House, the home of Lord Burghley. It was his home in Stamford away from the court of Queen Elizabeth I. It took 32 years to build it!

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Gosford House, Longniddry, East Lothian. Family seat of the Charteris family. Recently home of the late Rt. Hon. David Charteris, 12th Earl of Wemyss; 8th Earl of March, chief of the name & arms of Charteris. Built by 7th Earl of Wemyss 1790|1800, to plans by the architect Robert Adam. The 8th Earl knocked down the wings, which his grandson, the 10th Earl, rebuilt in 1891 to designs by William Young. Built in the neoclassical style. During WWII the British Army occupied the house.

Gosford House, Longniddry, East Lothian. Family seat of the Charteris family. Recently home of the late Rt. Hon. David Charteris, 12th Earl of Wemyss; 8th Earl of March, chief of the name & arms of Charteris. Built by 7th Earl of Wemyss 1790|1800, to plans by the architect Robert Adam. The 8th Earl knocked down the wings, which his grandson, the 10th Earl, rebuilt in 1891 to designs by William Young. Built in the neoclassical style. During WWII the British Army occupied the house.

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