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Landscape Engraving of Brancepeth Castle, Durham. View from the southwest. (Image from 1728)

Notes about the Image:
To William Belasyse Esqr. Owner of this Castle
This Prospect is humbly Inscribed by
Yr. very Obedt. Servts.
Saml. & Nathl. Buck. [BOTTOM LEFT]
THIS Castle was built by the Bulmers a family of Reputation, who
had their Residence here for several Generations, til Male issue failing in
Bernard de Bulmer. Geoffrey Nevil, married Emma his only Daughter
and brought this Town with other great Possessions into the Family of y Nevils
Sr. Nicholas & Sr. Ralph Cole had their seat here, also Sr. Hen Balasyse. [BOTTOM RIGHT]
[Caption on Illustration]

Structures identified:

  • Brancepeth Castle ( [EXTANT], Brancepeth, DURHAM) view details of this structure
Image details:
THE SOUTH-WEST VIEW OF BRANCEPTH CASTLE, NEAR DURHAM. - Robinson Library - Special Collections Department , Collection Reference Number: C342



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