Winkfield Place, Berkshire
|Winkfield Place: garden front of the house while in use as a Red Cross Hospital in the Second World War. Image: Historic England.|
Horseheath Lodge, Cambridgeshire
|Horseheath Lodge: the house as altered in the 1830s. The top storey and most of the architectural decoration was removed when the house was remodelled c.1938.|
|Horseheath Lodge: the entrance front as remodelled c.1938.|
Batson family of Horseheath Lodge
Location of archives
Coat of arms
Can you help?
- Does anyone know more about the origins of this family? I would be particularly keen to trace the marriage of John Batson and Margaret Buckley and the baptism of their son Stanlake Batson.
- I am always interested to see additional images of the houses depicted in posts, especially early drawings, watercolours or photographs, if anyone has these. Can anyone provide a view of Horseheath Lodge before it was altered in the 1830s, or a view of the entrance front before it was reduced in size after 1938?
- I should be most grateful if anyone can provide photographs or portraits of people whose names appear in bold above, and who are not already illustrated.
- Any additions or corrections to the text above will be gratefully received and incorporated. I am always particularly pleased to hear from descendants of the family who can supply information from their own research for inclusion.