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The house remained in Shakespeare's family until the death of John Barnard in 1674, who was the second husband of Shakespeare's grand-daughter Elizabeth. It was then sold to Sir Edward Walker who left it to his daughter, the wife of John Clopton, this meant the house was again owned by the family that built it.

Eventually, in 1759, the house was demolished by its new owner the Reverend Francis Gastrell.

13th Jun 2005

English, Geography, History

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Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

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