J R Firby York

Wilksy

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Location
East Riding
Had a quick look, 4th earl Norfolk was liz the firsts cousin, married well about three times, led the English army in Scotland, then balls’d up by trying to marry Mary queen of Scot’s and long story short was executed and his assets seized, this all 1500’s, much of his estate restored to his great great great grandson frankie Howard
 

glasshouse

Member
Location
lothians
Had a quick look, 4th earl Norfolk was liz the firsts cousin, married well about three times, led the English army in Scotland, then balls’d up by trying to marry Mary queen of Scot’s and long story short was executed and his assets seized, this all 1500’s, much of his estate restored to his great great great grandson frankie Howard
See, i knew he was a wrong un
 
According to its website, the estate is 8800 acres, 2700 acres of woodland/parkland and the remaining 6100 acres is farmland.
A lot of the farm land is tenanted, there are some very good tenant farmers on the estate. There is a large in hand farm that is contract farmed by a local farming family who again do a very good job.
 

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