Stokesay

Stokesay Castle, a fortified manor house just south of Craven Arms, Shropshire. From the Norman Conquest until 1241, the area was held by the Lacy family, a powerful dynasty with lands in the Welsh Marches. On the death of the last male heir, Walter de Lacy, it was left to the husbands of his two granddaughters to divide the family estates. The manor of Stokesay went to John de Verdon. He went on crusade, leaving his property in the hands of a tenant. This tenant sold the manor in 1281 to Laurence of Ludlow. The main construction of Stokesay Castle was undertaken by Laurence of Ludlow, based in Shrewsbury, the richest local wool merchant of his generation.

Stokesay Castle with the two giants with white borders

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Stokesay Castle with the two giants and the last dragon

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Stokesay Castle customised for birthday or anniversary gifts

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Stokesay Castle

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Stokesay Castle and the monster raven

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Stokesay Castle & a pair of red kites

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