DiCamillo Companion

Uffington House

  • Built / Designed For: 1st Earl of Lindsey

    Collections: The 1st Earl of Lindsey, Robert Bertie, took possession of what is now known as the Cheapside Hoard in the 1630s in his role as treasurer of the East India Company (Kris Lane has speculated that the hoard may have been brought back to England from the East Indies in 1631, having been assembled by a Dutch jeweler named Gerald Polman). The Cheapside Hoard is today in the collection of the Museum of London. The 1st Earl didn't live to see the construction of Uffington; he died during the Civil War at the Battle of Edgehill in 1642.

  • Architect: Unknown (designed by an unknown architect)

    Date: Circa 1845
    Designed: Additions to House

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  • Country Life: XVI, 992, 1904.

  • Title: Lincolnshire Houses
    Author: Thorold, Henry
    Year Published: 1999
    Reference: pg. 195
    Publisher: Norfolk: Michael Russell (Publishing) Ltd.
    ISBN: 0859552543
    Book Type: Hardback

    Title: Destruction of the Country House, The
    Author: Strong, Roy; Binney, Marcus; Harris, John
    Year Published: 1974
    Publisher: London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.
    ISBN: 0500270052X
    Book Type: Softback

    Title: No Voice From the Hall: Early Memories of a Country House Snooper
    Author: Harris, John
    Year Published: 1998
    Publisher: London: John Murray
    ISBN: 0719555671
    Book Type: Hardback

  • House Listed: Demolished

    Park Listed: Not Listed

  • Past Seat of: Robert Bertie, 1st Earl of Lindsey, 17th century.

    Current Ownership Type: Demolished

    Primary Current Ownership Use: Demolished

  • House Open to Public: No

    Historic Houses Member: No