Home Stretch – Roger Webb – Number 34 – New Ways

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Home Stretch – Roger Webb – Number 34 – New Ways

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Scrobb’s fort” or “the fortified place in the bushes”. Over the ages, the geographically important town has been the site of many conflicts, particularly between the English and Welsh. The Angles, under King Offa of Mercia, took possession in 778. As Caer Guricon it is a possible alternative for the Dark Age seat of the Kingdom of Powys. Shrewsbury Castle was built around 1074 by Roger de Montgomery. Today the Castle is home to the Shropshire Regimental Museum. Shrewsbury’s known history commences in the Early Middle Ages, having been founded c.

It is believed that Anglo-Saxon Shrewsbury was most probably a settlement fortified through the use of earthworks comprising a ditch and rampart, which were then shored up with a wooden stockade. The Welsh besieged it in 1069, but were repelled by William the Conqueror. Roger de Montgomery was given the town as a gift from William, and built Shrewsbury Castle in 1074, taking the title of Earl. This was mainly due to the wool trade, a major industry at the time, with the rest of Britain and Europe, especially with the River Severn and Watling Street as trading routes. Shrewsbury High Street, the building was built in 1596 for wealthy wool trader Robert Ireland. Shrewsbury’s monastic gathering was disbanded with the Dissolution of the Monasteries and as such the Abbey was closed in 1540. Sir Francis Ottley with his wife, Lucy, and children, Richard and Mary.