Market Bosworth

Market Bosworth

Market Bosworth is a place and a civil parish in Leicestershire, England with a population of 2,097 (2011). There are traces of settlement from the Bronze Age in the civil parish and also the remains of a Roman villa were discovered. William I. were two manors, the Anglo-Saxon nobles belonged to Robert de Beaumont, and this is recorded in Doomsdaybook. On May 12, 1285 Edward I granted the town of Bosworth the right to hold weekly Wednesday market, and the place took the addition of "Market" on. On 22 August 1485 the place was south the battle of Bosworth Field as the supposed final battle of the Wars of the Roses instead, was mortally wounded in Richard III. In the 16th century the manor of Bosworth Market changed hands several times until finally in possession of Wolstan Dixie, whose great-nephew Wolstan Dixie of Appleby Magna lived as the first member of the family in Market Bosworth. 1,601 from him the Dixie Grammar School gegründet.Im 17th century art began protected monument with the construction of the mansion Bosworth Hall a Grade II. The house is used as a hotel.

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