Sir Lord Knight John Wright (Baronet) Kelvedon ESQ. - Media Gallery - ~ Mary Green Manor. London

The Rank and Precedence of Baronets. 1835 Debrett's Baronetage of England by John Debrett via Google Books (PD-150) © Suzi Love

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Vavasour arms, from St. Leonard's Chapel at Hazelwood Castle, painted in gold.

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet (15 August 1771 – 21 September 1832) was a Scottish historical novelist, playwright, and poet, popular throughout much of the world during his time. This is his monument. Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland

Gåsevadholm Castle is a castle on an island in the Rolfsån river in Sweden. Sir John Maclean, 1st Baronet was the Lord of Gåsevadholm

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"Storm Tower", whose eight sides face the cardinal and sub-cardinal points of the compass, also built by in 1835 by the 10th baronet

Croft Castle, near to the village of Yarpole in Herefordshire. A building has been on the site from the 11th century and it has from this time been the home of the Croft family and Croft Baronets. The Croft family were closely linked to their neighbours the Mortimers of Wigmore and later Ludlow. The Battle of Mortimer's Cross took place on Croft lands nearby in 1461. The present building originated as a castle in the 14th century and has been much altered since. It was the home of a John…

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The Pitmedden Garden, as created by Sir Alexander Seton, Lord Pitmedden and 1st Baronet Pitmedden, was masterfully re-worked by the National Trust, and though no plan of the original survives, it is believed that the current design, based on Jacobean-Stuart-Styles, is fairly representative of what it would have been like, given the Seton's history for similar gardens of the time.

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