* Fortified manor house.
* Rebuilt a number of times.
957 Lands granted to Wulfstan by King Eadwig.
1039 c: Passed to Turchill the Dane.
1042 c: King Edward gave the lands to Earl Waltheof, Lord of Conington.
1075 Earl Waltheof, Lord of Conington, died and Countess Judith held the lands.
1109 Inherited by Maud, Judith’s daughter, and it passed to her husband, David, son of Malcolm III, King of Scotland.
1124-1153 Held by David I, King of Scotland.
1165 William The Lion, King of Scotland, held the lands.
1185 William The Lion, King of Scotland, transferred the lands to his brother, David.
1219 John le Scot, David’s son, inherited the lands.
1237 John le Scot died and his sister Isabel inherited the lands.
1346 Isabel’s son, John, died and his daughters inherited the lands.
1353 c: The lands went to Agnes, who had married Hugh de Wesenham.
1477 The last male family member of the de Wesenham family died and the lands went to the children of the sisters. One daughter had married William Coton.
16th C South wing.
1612 c: Owned by Sir Robert Coton who rebuilt it with material from Fotheringhay Castle.
17th C East wing.
1752 Remained in the hands of the Coton family.
18th C In ruins.
1830 Engraving by E. Byrne.