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Audley Collection

"Audley: A Tapestry of History and Charm" Step into the world of Audley, where history comes alive through its remarkable landmarks and events

Background imageAudley Collection: Garnerins balloon and parachute

Garnerins balloon and parachute

Background imageAudley Collection: Garnerin balloon with parachute

Garnerin balloon with parachute
Garnerins balloon with a parachute below, and a French flag waved from the cage. He ascended from North Audley Street, landing 10 minutes later in the parachute near St Pancras Church -- claimed to

Background imageAudley Collection: The arrival of Lord and Lady Braybrooke at Audley End House. Date: 1866

The arrival of Lord and Lady Braybrooke at Audley End House. Date: 1866

Background imageAudley Collection: Lion Lodge Audley End Suffolk Postcard Published

Lion Lodge Audley End Suffolk Postcard Published
Lion, Lodge, Audley, End, Suffolk, postcard, published, by, Guy, Saffron, Walden, 1915, , 13974466

Background imageAudley Collection: St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street Stalls

St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street Stalls
A photograph of some oak stalls and screens inside St. Mark's Church at North Audley Street, London. The church was designed by architect John Peter Gandy

Background imageAudley Collection: St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street Organ Case

St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street Organ Case
An architectural drawing of a large, decorative organ case inside St. Mark's Church at North Audley Street, London. The church was designed by architect John Peter Gandy

Background imageAudley Collection: Shops, at Audley, Cheshire (engraving)

Shops, at Audley, Cheshire (engraving)
5213327 Shops, at Audley, Cheshire (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shops, at Audley, Cheshire, Mr W White, Architect)

Background imageAudley Collection: Staffordshire ST7 8 Map

Staffordshire ST7 8 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Staffordshire ST7 8

Background imageAudley Collection: Banquet held at Audley End House. Date: 1852

Banquet held at Audley End House. Date: 1852

Background imageAudley Collection: Lord T. Audley, (1488-1544), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Lord T. Audley, (1488-1544), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Lord T. Audley, (1488-1544), 1830.Thomas Audley, 1st Baron Audley of Walden (1488-1544) English barrister and judge, educated at Magdalene College and Middle Temple

Background imageAudley Collection: Bricklayer and Artisan, 1928, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Bricklayer and Artisan, 1928, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Bricklayer and Artisan, 1928, (1945). British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) laying bricks for the wall of a house on his estate at Westerham in Kent

Background imageAudley Collection: Thomas Audley, 1St Baron Audley Of Walden, C. 1488

Thomas Audley, 1St Baron Audley Of Walden, C. 1488

Background imageAudley Collection: Audley Mansion

Audley Mansion

Background imageAudley Collection: Elizabeth, Lady Audley, c1538 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Elizabeth, Lady Audley, c1538 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Elizabeth Audley de Gray, c1538 (1945). Elizabeth Audley de Gray (1610-1654), daughter of Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset and Margaret Wotton, Marchioness of Dorset

Background imageAudley Collection: The south gates, Dukes Place, near Aldgate, London, 1793

The south gates, Dukes Place, near Aldgate, London, 1793. Dukes Place was a house built in the 16th century by Sir Thomas Audley, Lord Chancellor, on the site of the former Holy Trinity Priory

Background imageAudley Collection: Lady Audley, 16th century, (1910)

Lady Audley, 16th century, (1910). Portrait after Holbein of Elizabeth, Lady Audley wearing the Transition style of headdress, a combination of the coif and the kennel

Background imageAudley Collection: West End riots: shops damaged by rioters, 1886

West End riots: shops damaged by rioters, 1886
The damage caused by rioters to Messrs T. Goode and Co, a large china ware shop on South Audley Street, during the 1886 West End riots

Background imageAudley Collection: Audley End / Essex / 1909

Audley End / Essex / 1909
Audley End, Essex: a view from across the river Date: 1909

Background imageAudley Collection: Thomas Baron Audley

Thomas Baron Audley
THOMAS, BARON AUDLEY Lord Chancellor of England Date: 1488 - 1544

Background imageAudley Collection: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Mary Elizabeth Braddon
MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON - British writer (Lady Audleys Secret amongst many others) Date: 1837 - 1915

Background imageAudley Collection: St. Marys Russian Hospital for British Officers, Mayfair

St. Marys Russian Hospital for British Officers, Mayfair
St. Marys Russian Hospital for British Officers, South Audley Street, Mayfair. The sign on the corner reads (rather wonderfully): " Motors please do not hoot" ! Date: circa 1910

Background imageAudley Collection: Margaret Dss. Norfolk

Margaret Dss. Norfolk
MARGARET duchess of NORFOLK (nee Audley) second wife of Thomas Howard, fourth duke. A magnificent portrait, showing the duchess standing in front of a tapestry. Date: 1540 - 1654

Background imageAudley Collection: Lithograph of Andr魊acques Garnerins parachute descent

Lithograph of Andr魊acques Garnerins parachute descent
Lithograph of Andre

Background imageAudley Collection: Audley End House, Essex, begun by Lord Thomas Howard 1603. Mansion as it appeared in 1781

Audley End House, Essex, begun by Lord Thomas Howard 1603. Mansion as it appeared in 1781. Hand-coloured engraving

Background imageAudley Collection: Garnerins balloons

Garnerins balloons
Five illustrations of An exact representation of M. Garnerins Balloons with an accurate view of the ascent and descent of the parachute

Background imageAudley Collection: Anne Jane Lady Audley

Anne Jane Lady Audley
ANNE JANE, baroness AUDLEY (nee Donnelly) wife of George, 19th baron. (So far as we know, she is not the heroine of the play Lady Audleys Secret ) Date: ? - 1855

Background imageAudley Collection: Food / Banquet / Iln / 1852

Food / Banquet / Iln / 1852
Grand dinner in the Hall at Audley End

Background imageAudley Collection: Audley End / Essex / 1688

Audley End / Essex / 1688
Audley End, Essex

Background imageAudley Collection: Thos Howard Suffolk

Thos Howard Suffolk
THOMAS HOWARD, earl of SUFFOLK statesman who suffered from an extravagant and ambitious wife, for which he was fined. His seat was Audley End. - with his autograph

Background imageAudley Collection: Audley End House

Audley End House
A summer cricket match in front of Audley End House, near Saffron Walden, Essex, England. Erected 1603 to 1616 on the site of the former Benedictine abbey of Walden


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"Audley: A Tapestry of History and Charm" Step into the world of Audley, where history comes alive through its remarkable landmarks and events. From Garnerin's daring balloon flight with a parachute to the Lion Lodge at Audley End Suffolk, this quaint village holds tales that captivate hearts. Immerse yourself in the beauty of St. Mark's Church on North Audley Street, adorned with stalls and an exquisite organ case. Its timeless elegance echoes through generations, leaving visitors in awe. Transporting us back to 1866 is the grand arrival of Lord and Lady Braybrooke at Audley End House. The air filled with excitement as they graced this magnificent estate with their presence. Intriguing engravings take us on a journey to Shops at Audley, Cheshire - bustling hubs where stories unfolded amidst daily life. Meanwhile, Staffordshire ST7 8 Map invites exploration beyond borders, revealing hidden gems waiting to be discovered. A banquet held at Audley End House in 1852 showcases opulence and fine dining fit for royalty. Guests indulged in sumptuous feasts while creating memories that would last a lifetime. Delve deeper into history as we encounter Lord T. Audley (1488-1544), whose legacy remains shrouded in mystery yet continues to intrigue historians today. His story unfolds like a captivating novel waiting to be unraveled by curious minds. Lastly, we meet Bricklayer and Artisan from 1928 (1945), anonymous creators who left behind their mark on this picturesque village through their craftsmanship and dedication. Audley is not just a place; it is an embodiment of heritage woven intricately into every corner. Let its charm envelop you as you explore its rich tapestry of stories that have stood the test of time.