Overview

Hampton Court Palace


Related Overviews

Thomas Wolsey (1472—1530) royal minister, archbishop of York, and cardinal

patte d'oie

Mollet family

Charles Bridgeman (d. 1738) landscape gardener

See all related overviews in Oxford Index » »

 

'Hampton Court Palace' can also refer to...

Hampton Court, Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court palace

Hampton Court palace

Hampton Court palace

HARVEY, Charles Offley (1888 - 1969), Chief Steward of Hampton Court Palace, since 1962

FIRMINGER, Walter K. (1870 - 1940), Chaplain to the King at Hampton Court Palace since 1926

MOORE, (James Newton) Rodney (1905 - 1985), Chief Steward, Hampton Court Palace, since 1975

FINCH, Karen Solveig Sinding Møller (born 1921), Founder, 1975, and Principal, 1975–86, Textile Conservation Centre, Hampton Court Palace, subseq. at Winchester College of Art, Southampton University

PHILLIPS, William James (died 1963), Organist and Choirmaster at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, 1930–56; Member of Council and Examiner, RCO, 1930; Professor Lectr and Examiner in Harmony, Composition, History, etc., at the Guildhall Sch. of Music, 1921; Lectr in Practical Harmony at London Day Training College, 1917; Conductor Bermondsey Univ. Settlement, 1917; Hon. Fellow Guildhall School of Music, 1926; Vice-President, Union of Graduates in Music, 1926; Chairman, London Musical Competitions Festival, 1930

Maclean, Charles Hector Fitzroy (1916 - 1990), Royal Victorian Chain, 1984; PC 1971; JP; 27th Chief of Clan Maclean; a Permanent Lord in Waiting, since 1984; Scots Guards, Major, retired; Lord Lieutenant of Argyll since 1954; Lord High Commissioner, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1984 and 1985; Chief Steward of Hampton Court Palace, since 1985; Lieutenant, Royal Company of Archers (Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland); President, Argyll T&AFA

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing these subjects:

  • Lifestyle, Home, and Garden
  • British History

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

(Middx.). Royal residence, situated on the banks of the Thames, south‐west of London. Started by Cardinal Wolsey in 1514, Hampton Court was confiscated in 1529 by Henry VIII, who subsequently added the great hall and a new court where the present Fountain Court is, and remodelled the Chapel Royal and the Clock Court. From 1689 Sir Christopher Wren started work on the new Fountain Court, with its east and south frontages to the garden, and on a new range of the Clock Court. Wren's buildings are classical essays in brick and stone. William III's Privy Garden was restored in the 1990s.

Subjects: Lifestyle, Home, and Garden — British History.


Reference entries

See all related reference entries in Oxford Index »


Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.