Terling Place
Coordinates: 51°48′08″N 0°34′15″E / 51.8021°N 0.57097°E
Terling Place is the Georgian family seat of Baron Rayleigh and the largest house in the village of Terling. It was built between 1772 and 1777 to the designs of John Johnson. The wings, a new porch, a two-storey Saloon (with a gallery, and a frieze based on the Elgin Marbles) and a Library were added between 1818 and 1824. The house was redecorated in 1850, when a conservatory was added.

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Terling Place - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terling Place is the Georgian family seat of Baron Rayleigh and the largest house in the village of Terling. It was built between 1772 and 1777 to the designs of ...
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Rayleigh (of Terling Place), John William Strutt, 3rd Baron - Britannica
in full John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh of Terling Place. born November 12, 1842, Langford Grove, Maldon, Essex, England died June 30, 1919, Terling ...
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Aerial view and pictures of Terling Place near WItham Essex
Terling Place, midway between Chelmsford and Witham in Essex is a regular view on Essex balloon rides. The family seat of Lord Rayleigh, this large Georgian ...
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Pronounce Names - Pronounce Terling place, How to pronounce ...
Pronunciation of Terling Place, How to pronounce Terling Place.
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STRUTT, John (1727-1816), of Terling Place, Essex | History of ...
STRUTT, John (1727-1816), of Terling Place, Essex. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964
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Rayleigh of terling place john william strutt 3rd baron - Encyclopedia ...
Rayleigh of Terling Place john william strutt 3rd baron article from Merriam- Webster's Concise Encyclopedia.
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Terling Place - Parks & Gardens UK
Terling Place is an 18th and 19th-century park and woodland covering 110 hectares, set within a larger agricultural estate. There are gardens around the house.
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Our History - Strutt & Parker Farms
... acquire land particularly in and around the village of Terling near Chelmsford, and by 1762 John Strutt had moved to the village where he built Terling Place.
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Sir Nigel Strutt - Telegraph
Feb 21, 2004 ... His great-grandson, John Strutt, of Terling Place, near Chelmsford, sat as MP for Maldon, as did the latter's son, Joseph Strutt, who in 1789 ...
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Terling Place - Terling - Wikimapia
Terling Place Home of the Baron Rayleigh/Lord Rayleigh who owns much of the village and surrounding farm land.
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Terling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
All Saints church, Terling, Essex - geograph.org.uk - 113307. ... now closed, was called the Rayleigh Arms, Lord Rayleigh being the title of the head of the Strutt baronage who live in the manor house, Terling Place. ... Oxford University Press.
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12, 1842, Langford Grove, Essex, Eng.—died June 30, 1919, Terling Place, ... He taught physics at Cambridge University (1879–84) and was secretary of the ...
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“Not merely wifely devotion”: Collaborating in the Construction of Science at Terling Place. Donald L. Opitz, DePaul University ...
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31, the hand-bell ringers were entertained at Terling Place by Lord and Lady ... of Terling Place, and .he new Senior Wrangler of Cambridge University; the sub- ...
Terling Place (The Gatehouse Record)
Terling Place has been described as a probable Palace. ... 2 East Anglia, Central England and Wales (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) p. 131
Rayleigh (of Terling Place), John William Strutt, 3rd Baron - Britannica
died June 30, 1919, Terling Place, Witham, Essex ... In 1908 he accepted the post of chancellor of the University of Cambridge, retaining this position until his ...
History of Terling, in Braintree and Essex | Map and description
Terling, Essex. Click on the map for other historical maps of this place ... GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, History of Terling, in Braintree and Essex ...
Rayleigh biography - MacTutor History of Mathematics - University of ...
Died: 30 June 1919 in Terling Place, Witham, Essex, England ... at the Reverend Warner's boarding school prepared Rayleigh for university and at this stage he ...
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Annette Lykknes, Donald Opitz, Brigitte van Tiggelen, 2012
W. Strutt to E.G.M. Balfour, Terling Place, October 29, 1870, TP. 44J.W. Strutt to E.G.M. Balfour, Terling Place, n. d. [June or July 1871], TP. 45 E.G.M. Balfour to J.W. Strutt, London, July 3, 1871, TP. 46E.G.M. Strutt to J.W. Strutt, Terling Place,  ...
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British Friesian Cattle Society, 1922
891 LORD RAYLEIGH. Terling Place, Withara, Chelmsford, Essex.— TERLING 66686 Terling Ross 18th., January 16, 1922 ; Terling Jan 12807 P.L, by Lavenham (imported) Gysbrecht 4077 d. , Terling Roes 7th. 12688, by Terling Jupiter's ...
The Later Tudors: England, 1547-1603
The Later Tudors: England, 1547-1603
Penry Williams, 1998
The Later Tudors, the second volume to be published in Oxford's authoritative series The New Oxford History of England, tells the story of England between the accession of Edward VI and the death of Elizabeth I. The second half of the sixteenth century was a period of intense conflict between the nations of Europe, and between competing Cathol...
Repositioning Victorian Sciences: Shifting Centres in ...
Repositioning Victorian Sciences: Shifting Centres in ...
David Clifford, 2006
Housing the Rayleigh scientific circle were three key estates: his own Terling Place; Whittingehame, home of his brother'in'law Arthur James Balfour (after! wards first Earl of Balfour) in East Lothian; and Hatfield, home of Balfour's maternal ...
The people's history of Essex: comprising a narrative of ...
The people's history of Essex: comprising a narrative of ...
Duffield William Coller, 1861
Near the village, some of whose houses have a quaint air of old antiquity about them, stands Terling Place, the seat of Lord Rayleigh, the owner of the manors and much of the lands of the parish. This manor was once, as we have already ...
Ben Franklin Stilled the Waves: An Informal History of Pouring Oil on Water with Reflections on the Ups and Downs...
Ben Franklin Stilled the Waves: An Informal History of Pouring Oil on Water with Reflections on the Ups and Downs...
Charles Tanford, 2004
Benjamin Franklin was the first to report the phenomenon of oil's power to still troubled waters and to speculate on why it happened. A century later Lord Rayleigh performed an identical experiment. Irving Langmuir did it with minor variations in 1917, and won a Nobel Prize for it. Then Langmuir's work was followed by a Dutch pediatrician...
The Decline of Life
The Decline of Life
Susannah R. Ottaway, 2007
60 ERO D/DRa/M76, “The Manor of Terling Otherwise Terling Place” Court Book. Another case with the identical outcome concerned Martha Winter in 1782. 61 ERO D/ACR 14/148. 62 DRO R/1204; PE/PUD: RE 1/5; Bettey, “Marriages of ...
The Periodic Table and a Missed Nobel Prize
The Periodic Table and a Missed Nobel Prize
Ulf Lagerkvist, 2012
In a relatively brief but masterful recounting, Professor Ulf Lagerkvist traces the origins and seminal developments in the field of chemistry, highlighting the discoveries and personalities of the individuals who transformed the ancient myths of the Greeks, the musings of the alchemists, the mystique of phlogiston into the realities and the laws g...
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WrongCake: Rayleigh (of Terling Place), John William Strutt, 3rd Baron
Strutt suffered from poor health.
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Strutt suffered from poor health.
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Churches and family tree: Terling, Essex
All Saints is a curious mix of old and new and is another church that has suffered from the attentions of the Victorians, added to which it "suffered much damage by enemy action during the world war 1939-1945". It does, however, contain three really good brasses to the Rochesters - Sir John d.
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John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh « GAIN11
John William Strutt, Third Baron Rayleigh Lord Rayleigh was born John William Strutt into a barony begun in 1821 on the occasion of King George IV's coronation. He was the eldest of seven children, born on the 12th November 1842. His father, John James Strutt, had been Second Baron for only six years, during which…
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