Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Tudor House

Just a quickie - this building deserves some real good photos taking so I will go back and try and get some!
It's the Tudor House on Fore Street, the oldest house in Taunton, parts of it date back to 1350. It belonged to Sir William Portman who was responsible for escorting the Duke of Monmouth to London for his execution after the Monmouth Rebellion!
I would love to spend the night in there, I bet it is so creaky and spooky!

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Blogger Ame said...

OOOOOOOOOOOO and things that go "BUMP" in the nite? OOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

I don't think I want to sleep by myself tonite now!


Have any experience with firearm training?

4:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Writing from America....my mom worked at Upton's (department store) in this building during WWII, she has many wonderful stories about it. We were there last summer and it is beautiful. Lovely town, Taunton. She also lived in the barracks of Somerset Light Infantry, #10. The gentleman that bought the "keep", Robert Holland, invited us up to the top..what a wonderful experience for us and her!

5:55 PM  

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