First page of a letter written on 7 December 1899 SNELSMORE NEWBURY 7 Dec 1899 Dear Sir, Just a line to say that ...
Charles Keyser had himself portrayed as a harpist in a mural to the right of the altar.
Catalogue record: AH.0182
Prominent figure at the bottom of the mural to the right of the altar.
Catalogue record: AH.0192
Charles Keyser had his two daughters, Muriel and x, his wife Mary Emma and his son Charles Norman all portrayed as celestial musicians in a mural to the left of the altar.
Catalogue record: AH.0183
This is probably the fourth Aldermaston Manor House, built in 1851 by Mr Daniel Higford Burr. He was riding by ...
To magnify the images above, click on the “plus” sign. Originally installed in the 1836 Manor House, the magnificent oak staircase ...
10 September 1847 – 23 May 1929 Lord of the Manor: 1893-1929 Aldermaston Court Charles Keyser bought Aldermaston Court in 1893, it is ...
Detail from the window commemorating Mr Higford Burr.
Catalogue record: AH.0156
Charles Keyser poses at the entrance to his beloved church- and the same view today
Catalogue record: AH.0411
Cover page of the Embouchure announcing the sale
Catalogue record: AH.0434
Sketch map of Aldermaston in 1893
Catalogue record: AH.0436
Enlargement of roof area in the above, 1893 photo to compare differences to the following, 2020 photograph.
Catalogue record: AH.0454
Catalogue record: AH.0437