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William Walrond, 1st Baron Waleran, as painted by Sir Hubert von Herkomer.
William Walrond, 1st Baron Waleran, as painted by Sir Hubert von Herkomer.
Walrond caricatured by Lib in Vanity Fair, 1886
Walrond caricatured by Lib in Vanity Fair, 1886
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Bradfield House, east front. In the centre is the mediaeval great hall; the projecting gables are from circa 1600, left the drawing room, right the "S
Bradfield House, east front. In the centre is the mediaeval great hall; the projecting gables are from circa 1600, left the drawing room, right the "Spanish Room". The smaller projections in the angles of the corners are left: the original entrance porch, right: the "Oriel Room"
Great Hall, Bradfield House, Devon, looking toward the north gable wall showing the arms of King James I and a crudely executed wall-painting of two s
Great Hall, Bradfield House, Devon, looking toward the north gable wall showing the arms of King James I and a crudely executed wall-painting of two soldiers. The Walrond arms can be seen painted on the window splays to the right The door in the back wall leads to the "Spanish Room" via the internal porch. The door to the right leads to the "Oriel Room"
The Parlour or "Spanish Room", Bradfield House, Uffculme, Devon. Showing inner porch
The Parlour or "Spanish Room", Bradfield House, Uffculme, Devon. Showing inner porch
Tomb chest in Bradfield Chapel, north aisle, Uffculme Church, Devon, probably of William Walrond (1610–1669)
Tomb chest in Bradfield Chapel, north aisle, Uffculme Church, Devon, probably of William Walrond (1610–1669)