Mrs. P. Patton

12 Christ Church Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12 Christ Church Road, Winchester, is near Winchester Cathedral, Hospital of St Cross, The Royal Green Jackets Museum, and The Gurkha Museum.
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    Old Basing, Winchester Cathedral & Leyton!

    A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jul 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Ethelred the Unready!). Anyway, we found Jan's childhood home - Manor House, Manor Lane Old Basing...great address, huh ?! A very old home, used by Oliver Cromwell, as his headquarters, during the Seige of Basing House; also used by Queen Elizabeth I, when she travelled from London to Winchester, as her overnight "B&B" ! Since Jan's parents had sold the property many moons ago, the garden had become filled with huge beautiful trees - and someone had then ...

    Empty Nest - Once Again

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 21, 2013

    ... easier, even knowing I will see her again in 28 days. Odd that every time she leaves, I feel a wrench and a tug on my heart strings and have to slam the door shut as she pulls away so she won't see me crying. Odd that it has never gotten any easier to send her out into the big, bad, wide world and hope that all goes well for her this time and nothing bad happens to her.
    I ...

    Austen, Arthur and Alfred

    A travel blog entry by luck_3 on Apr 14, 2013

    4 comments, 21 photos

    ... of both Arthur and the table are apparently factually proved.

    The Great Hall the round table is stored in is also an original and loads of exciting events occurred here such as Sir Walter Raleigh standing trial there in 1603 and the notorious Judge Jeffreys condemning supporters of the Duke of Monmouth to death here as part of the Bloody Assizes in 1685.


    A travel blog entry by docdavid on Nov 27, 2012

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    I visited Bramley - a small rural town in Hampshire, England. This is the town where my mother's father's ancestors (the Pearmans) originated.

    Daniel Pearman (22 Dec 1801 - 18 Sep 1881) was my great-great-grandfather. He was born in Bramley, and was sentenced to 7 years' transportation to Australia for poaching. He remained in Australia on completion of his sentence. None of his relatives emigrated.

    I visited St James' church which was the place where ...

    Crows hate magpies

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jun 18, 2012

    ... into the wheelbarrow gnome and sit there and eat peanuts together as fast as they can because as soon as a squirrel sees them, ATTACK. But the mice are quick and agile and when the older squirrel was chasing the younger squirrel away from the peanuts yesterday, the mouse ran out and grabbed some peanuts and was gone before the squirrel knew it. Gotta be fast to live in my garden!

    There is ...