Lutwyche Hall, Shropshire, England
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Lutwyche - Origins
The english surname LUTWYCHE, is of habitational or local origin, deriving from the name of  the place where the original bearer once lived or held land. In this instance the  surname derives from the place name "Lutwyche" found in Shropshire.....

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Early references to this name, or a variant in Englsih documents include, Henry de Lutwich and William de Lutwich of Shropshire, who are both recorded in The Hundred Rolls in 1273. Edward Lutwyche is recorded in the Registers of Oxford University in.....

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Lutwyche - Early references
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First mentioned in the Domesday Book, Lutwyche Hall is thought to be one of Shropshires finest country residences. It was recently put up for sale at a price in excess of 1 million. Once the home of the eminent Lutwyche family before passing into the hands of a series of private owners. Situated in beautifull and stunning countryside, on the B**** Much Wenlock - Church Stretton road, sitting opposite Wenlock Edge a huge limestone cliff, Lutwyche Hall is hidden from prying eyes by dense woodland. It surveys all before it on one side, a view of Hope Dale forest, and remains of an old Celtic hillfort thought to be from 500 BC. In the grounds of the Hall itself is part of the ancient Mogg Wood........

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Lutwyche Hall, Shropshire, England
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This site is dedicated to Louis Lutwyche 6th September 1930 - 7th November 2003, UK