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Adapted from Johannes Kip's engraving of the Jacobean Toddington Manor and Estate of the Tracy family.
The second Toddington Manor was built by Charles Hanbury, 1st Lord Sudeley.
To previous pageJohannes Kip was a draughtsman and engraver. He accomplished many portraits, views and book illustrations and his pictures gave a bird's eye view of several English country seats including Windsor Castle. His works are archaeologically significant for the information they now give us about this period of British architecture, landscape and design. He was born in 1653 and died in 1722. The Jacobean Toddington Manor and Estate dates from about 1620.