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East Sutton Park Manor and Church, Kent, England photos by Paul Lauff

 

East Sutton Park Manor photos by Paul Lauff

     
Stained glass and stairs seen as you enter the main front door Close up of Newel posts and original tile floor Close up of Newel posts and original tile floor
Filmer ancestry and history of the property from the days of William the Conqueror plaques hang on the wall in the front public room entrance. Filmer ancestry and history of the property from the days of William the Conqueror plaques hang on the wall in the front public room entrance. The front door closed with its sturdy hardware.
Buttons used to call the Butler and Maid near the front door. Where family portraits once hung Where family portraits once hung

 

East Sutton Park Manor Grounds photos by Paul Lauff

Parking area view from front door of the old Manor building The main entrance into the prison grounds and parking area. View to the right as you enter the prison grounds.
The Manor Kitchen Garden Some cattle raised on the grounds A closer view of some of the cattle on the grounds
The purebred Saddleback Pigs that are raised for food and making sausages to sell to the public The purebred Saddleback Pigs that are raised for food and making sausages to sell to the public One of the "Rescue" horses that are taken care of on the grounds.
   
The old "Halfway House" outside the main entrance.    

 

East Sutton Park Manor Church photos by Paul Lauff

     
First view of church as you enter the public gate Front door of church. Weathervane can be seen at top. Almost to the front door
Looking to right of front door Stone wall with cemetery and the East Sutton Manor building in background. nice view from public lane
The "falcon rising" weathervane can be seen in this picture. Hedge enclosing church yard on the public access Public lane access to the church
Interior view Interior view Wonderful shot of the top of a memorial
These photos show the outside of the church, inside and several of the gravestones in the church yard.

Almost all of the tombstones in the church yard are unreadable just as shown.

Zoom in on photos to see detail and writing on the memorials on the church walls.
Roof beams in open ceiling    
Large photo for detail to show Large photo for detail to show interior view
The famous almost life size floor brass of Sir Edward and Elizabeth Argall with their 18 children. The only infant memorial seen inside the church  
     
     
     

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