|Bure Haven Estate|
Plan 50-203 showing entrance road to estate
The history of a mansion and estate
Photograph of Bure Homage House at Mudeford
A history of Bure Homage mansion and the estate
Photograph of map
Copy of a photograph, undated
Map of Mudeford area showing location of Bure Homage
History of a mansion and estate
Letter of recollections of Mr. David Bowcott about his National Service at Bure Homage
6 various copies of titles of documents. Reference to the General Plan, timber & cultivation. The Plan of Bure Homage & Gardens A.R.P.. The General Plan of Bure Farm. Plans and particulars of Bure 1804. Plan of the small Meadows at Stroud. of Timber on Bure Homage.
19C Bure Homage mansion, south front. Demolished 1957
Baroness Feucheres etching of Bure Homage. South front showing grounds with stream and bridge. Sophie Daws originated from a poor fishermans family on the Isle of Wight, she married Baron de Feucheres in 1818. Sophie is alleged to have murdered her the Duc de Bourbon in 1830 (acquitted), she purchased Bure Homage from Lord Stuart of Rothesay soon after and redesigned the house in the French style with Corinthian columns. She died in London in 1840 aged 50.
Plan of the south elevation of Bure Homage, seat of the Baroness de feucheres. The Baroness (nee Sophie Daws) redesigned the house in the French style with Corinthian columns after purchasing the property from Lord Stuart de Rothsay in the 1830s
Drawing of Bure Homage, north front, used for the auction sale of the property on 6 June 1839. Sale organised by Mr Geo. Robins.
Entrance Elevation Bure Homage’, a seat of the Baroness De Feucheres (nee Sophie Daws, married 1818, died 1840 in London). Ratable value of property in 1840 172 per annum, estate of 30 acres sold for 9500 in 1840
Ground floor plan of Bure Homage, Design B, a seat of the Baroness de Feucheres. Approx 1840
Site plans (2 large 1 small) of Bure Homage Hants, for sale by Daniel Smith & Son 1834
Painting ‘Lady Stuarts Bure’. View shows garden bench with Bure Homage house in distance. ? watercolour.
Part letter from R. Mc D. O’Donnell to Allen White, undated, re Bure Homage
Reverse print of the ground floor plan of Bure Homage. (see 14A/6)
Plan of Bure Homage Estate, Parish of Christchurch, which will be sold by auction by Mr Geo. Robins at the Auction Mart London on Thursday June 6 1839
Bure Homage Estate, Charles Stuart Esq, copies of papers ‘Timber in the Stroud Meadows’, names of fields & plantings
Copy of a picture from an auction sales catalogue by Madeley, tithe, 3 Wellington Street, Strand. Caption says Bure Homage, north front, for Sale by Auction by Me Geo. Robins, at the Auction Mart on the 6th June 1839. Large house shown surrounded gardens.
Probably copy of picture from auction sales catalogue for house sale by auction on 6 June 1839. Picture by Madeley, tith, 3 Wellington Street, Strand. Caption says: Bure Homage, the seat of hte Baroness de Feucheres. Scene shows a large house park like grounds, in the foreground is a stream flowing under a small bridge.