The History of  
Hinchingbrooke House    

the Hart of Hinchingbrooke

hyncel

wylton

oliver cromwell

edward montagu

pepys

fourth earl

5th-7th earls

Eighth Earl

ninth earl

headteachers

housetour

school

 

Hinchingbrooke House has a recorded history of eight centuries. It is a time capsule where we can read about the changes in English life. On these pages you can find out about some of the people who owned, lived or worked at Hinchingbrooke from the sixth to the twenty-first century. The people who lived here tell their story...

Hinchingbrooke House is open to visitors
on Sundays 2-5 from late May to late August

Adults £5, children £4, including tea and cakes. More details here

The House will not be open this year on Sunday 3rd August or Sunday 24th August but will be open on Summer Bank Holiday – Monday 25th August.

In 2015 Hinchingbrooke School will be 450 years old!
There will be a number of events to mark the occasion including a new and fully illustrated edition of the history of the school.
If you would like to ensure a copy for yourself please make a donation ( £50 with Gift Aid is suggested) to
Peter Downes c/o Hinchingbrooke School, Brampton Road, Huntingdon PE29 3BN

hyncel
 Hyncel, 6th century

 
Alice Wylton 1535

 
The Cromwells
 
Edward Montagu 1625-1672
 



Samuel Pepys
1633 -1703


 
John Montagu
4th Earl 1718-1797

 

George Montagu
9th Earl
1874-1962

GREY, D S., 2000-2014. The History of Hinchingbrooke House [online]. Cambridge, UK.
Available from: http://www.hinchhouse.org.uk [Accessed day, month, 2014]

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