Ronald Charles Manus Nall-Cain (1928 - 1961)
Ronald Charles Manus Nall-Cain
Hon. Ronald Charles Manus Nall-Cain was born on 15 August 1928.1 He was the son of Arthur Ronald Nall Nall-Cain, 2nd Baron Brocket and Angela Beatrix Pennyman.1 He married Elizabeth Mary Stallard, daughter of Richard John Stallard, on 15 December 1950.2 He died on 15 March 1961 at age 32.
s He was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England. He was educated at Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Berkshire, England.2 He was educated at Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.
Children of Hon. Ronald Charles Manus Nall-Cain and Elizabeth Mary Stallard
Charles Ronald George Nall-Cain, 3rd Baron Brocket+2 b. 12 Feb 1952
Hon. Richard Philip Christopher Nall-Cain+2 b. 5 Apr 1953
Hon. David Michael Anthony Nall-Cain3 b. 17 Dec 1955
New Brocket Hall
The estate was sold to Sir Matthew Lamb in 1746 by Thomas Wiinnington . This era was an eventful time Sir Matthew engaged one of the leading architects of the day Sir James Paine and asked him to build a new Brocket hall and Paine did just that. Sir Matthew died around 1765.
James Paine (1717–1789) was an English architect.Essentially a Palladian, early in his career he was Clerk of Works at Nostell Priory, and worked on many other projects in the area including Heath House in the village of Heath in between Nostell Priory and Wakefield.From the 1750s, he had his own practice, and designed many villas, usually consisting of a central building, often with a fine staircase, and two symmetrical wings.
LAround this area had several manors,Symonshyde, Benstead, Heron, and Chewells around the time of Henry III (1207 to 1272 ) these mannors merge and become ‘Watershyppes’Early evidence suggests the house dates back to 1239 and was owned by Simon Fitz Ade. They were also known as FitzSymon.