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Titchfield Abbey is a medieval abbey and later country house, located in the village of Titchfield near Fareham in Hampshire, England. It was closed in 1537 by Henry VIII of England later the building was converted into a mansion by Thomas Wriothesley, a powerful courtier. Later in the sixteenth century the abbey was home to Henry Wriothesley, who was a patron of William Shakespeare. In 1781 the abbey was abandoned and partially demolished to create a romantic ruin.

Fareham, Hampshire. Cleo, chipped, missing since Good Friday and so dearly missed!!! Anybody in Fareham around the area near the town and the gillies please check any sheds in case she is stuck. If you spot her please please direct message me we miss her so so much

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Lord and Lady Lee of Fareham in the Great Hall at Chequers - Philip Alexius de Laszlo (1920)