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Western end of Lilleshall abbey. The Leveson family lived at a hunting lodge on the site in the 16th and early 17th centuries.
Western end of Lilleshall abbey. The Leveson family lived at a hunting lodge on the site in the 16th and early 17th centuries.
George Talbot 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, a major landowner who made important concessions to Leveson
George Talbot 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, a major landowner who made important concessions to Leveson
Vice Admiral Richard Leveson. Walter's son. Statue in St Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton.
Vice Admiral Richard Leveson. Walter's son. Statue in St Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton.
Christian IV of Denmark.
Christian IV of Denmark.
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Lilleshall Abbey
Lilleshall Abbey
King Stephen, who reigned 1135–1154. He permitted the suppression of St Alkmund's College in Shrewsbury to fund the foundation of Lilleshall Abbey.
King Stephen, who reigned 1135–1154. He permitted the suppression of St Alkmund's College in Shrewsbury to fund the foundation of Lilleshall Abbey.
Tombstone to the south of the abbey building. A desire to be buried in sacred ground was a major motive for donations to Lilleshall Abbey.
Tombstone to the south of the abbey building. A desire to be buried in sacred ground was a major motive for donations to Lilleshall Abbey.
Richard II stayed at Lilleshall with Queen Isabella in January 1398 on his way to parliament at Shrewsbury.
Richard II stayed at Lilleshall with Queen Isabella in January 1398 on his way to parliament at Shrewsbury.