Morden Hall

Guilden Morden

 

Medieval manor house and moat. Had an oratory and a chapel.

Owned by Thomas de Hayguilden.

 

1375                            Licence granted to Bishop Arundell to celebrate Divine Offices in the chapel.

1381                            Destroyed during the Peasants Revolt.

1381                            After: A new house was built.

15 C                            Alterations undertaken by the Haselden family.

16 C                            Alterations.

1620                            c: Refurbished by Thomas Hayes.

17 C                            Late: Alterations.

18 C                            Early: Alterations.

1806                            Bought by Philip Yorke, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke.

1834                            Philip Yorke, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke died.

1960’s                         Owned by Cambridgeshire County Council and tenanted out as a farm.

1972                            Filed Investigation.

20 C                            Alpaca Farm.

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