The Stuarts of Highcliffe

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The Stuarts of Highcliffe

£7.95

Highcliffe became a Stuart place in or around 1775 when John Stuart Short 3rd Earl of Bute built himself  a house called High Cliff on the cliff top overlooking Christchurch Bay. The house went out of the family when Lord Bute died. Years later his grandson, Lord Stuart de Rothesay, bought the land back and built himself what is now known as Highcliffe Castle.

The Stuarts of Highcliffe tells the stories of the principal members of the Stuart family who belonged to this place including Charlotte Lady Canning and Louisa Marchioness of Waterford and ending with General Edward Stuart Wortley and his children Rothesay, Louise and Bettine.

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Dimensions 234 x 156 x 6 cm

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