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Owthorpe deserted medieval village in Nottinghamshire aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Owthorpe deserted medieval village in Nottinghamshire England UK. Owthorpe was first mentioned in the written record in 1086 when the Doomsday book showed it to have 19 households. The Grade 1 listed Saint Margaret's Church appears in the record in 1299 and while some parts of the church date from this tie, much was rebuilt in the 17th century. The village had a Manor House Owthorpe Hall until t burned down in the early 19th Century.The Hall was home to John Hutchinson, a Parliamentarian officer during the civil war who signed the death warrant for Charles I.

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