© philip medlicott 2021

Medlicott

Hamlet

The hamlet of Medlicott is near Church Stetton and sits on a rise at the foot of the Long Mynd range of hills, as shown in the picture above, as seen from the west. There are three main farms, The Upper Hall Farm, the Hall Farm and the Lower Hall Farm.
A sketch of the old Medlicott manor house by Hubert James Medlycott drawn on the 28th September 1901 is shown here. Parts of the house dated back to the 15th century.
The next picture shows the manor house from the other side and is taken from a local publication. The house was demolished around 1967. A prominent feature of the old house was the big chimney, which was immensely strong.
This picture shows a view of Medlicott from the south east.
Nearby Wentnor church, which has many old Medlicott graves and hatchments with the Medlicott crest.

© philip medlicott 2021

Medlicott

Hamlet

The hamlet of Medlicott is near Church Stetton and sits on a rise at the foot of the Long Mynd range of hills, as shown in the picture above, as seen from the west. There are three main farms, The Upper Hall Farm, the Hall Farm and the Lower Hall Farm.
A sketch of the old Medlicott manor house by Hubert James Medlycott drawn on the 28th September 1901 is shown here. Parts of the house dated back to the 15th century.
The next picture shows the manor house from the other side and is taken from a local publication. The house was demolished around 1967. A prominent feature of the old house was the big chimney, which was immensely strong.
Nearby Wentnor church, which has many old Medlicott graves and hatchments with the Medlicott crest.