Hursley House
Hursley is a tiny village in the county of Hampshire in southern England, with a population of just a little over 800 inhabitants.

It was first settled with the building of a castle here in 1138. 

Today, Hursley is primarily known as the location of the historic Hursley House.

People Born in Hursley

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Hursley in People's Lives

Isaac Newton: I retired to Cranbury Park here in 1715, at the age of 73, though this certainly did not mean that I retired from my duties as Master of the Mint at the Royal Mint, which I remained passionate about. I installed a sundial here and enjoyed the serenity of the English countryside. Though I did not pass away here, I mainly lived here until my death in 1727.

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