KNOWLE LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY
There is insufficient space for more than a few of the many significant people worthy of inclusion in this list of notable Knowle residents. It has therefore been necessary to be very selective. The Lords of the Manor and the Knowle and incumbents will eventually be included, together with a select number of people who have left their mark on the village.
Above: The tomb of Queen Eleanor of Castile in Westminster Abbey. Edward I granted Knowle and twenty one other manors to the Queen in dower.
Right: Canon John Howe, the last perpetual curate and first Vicar of Knowle.
|The Guild House|
|The Red Lion|
|Paterson Court (Old School)|
|Milverton Farm (Petrol Station)|
|Kixley Lane Cottages|
|Far End & The Cottage|
|Milverton House & Milverton Crescent|
|Berrow Cottage Homes|
|Knowle Library (Chester House)|
|Greswolde Arms Hotel|
|Grimshaw Hall 1560 - 1765|
|Grimshaw Hall After 1765|
|Malthouse Row (Nos 19 to 25)|
|The Wilson Arms|
|Knowle Lodge (Knowle Surgery)|
|The Olde House|
|Knowle Picture Playhouse (Johnsons Cars)|