What you need to know about the mysterious house in Winchester
Wincrofts is a quiet village nestled between the hills of Cheshire, and is home to an intriguing mystery house.
The story of how it got its name started, and how it ended up being the property of gene wilder, a British author of mystery novels, has been chronicled in books such as The Ghost of Christmas Past and The Haunted House.
Winchester is also the name of a popular children’s book, which has inspired the film adaptation of the book series.
In this article, we will tell you what you need know about gene wilders house.
How did the name Wincores come about?
The original Wincoreys was originally built in the mid-1850s, in the village of Wincor, and then sold to Gene Wilder for £5.
Gene Wilder was a keen amateur carpenter and carpenter’s apprentice, and his wife Helen Wilder lived in Wichester at the time.
They bought the Wincors home in 1854, and named it Wincorp House, after their late husband, Gene.
A year later, Helen Wilders husband died.
According to a letter sent by Helen Wildering, he left £30,000 to her son William, who was living in England at the same time, and £100,000 for his children, including William and his brothers, William and Thomas.
The house had been vacant since Helen Wilding died.
In the years that followed, Gene Wilders daughter, Frances Wilder, inherited the Wicorp house, and she used the money to build a small farmhouse in the property.
She had bought the land from Helen Wildings son, Henry, who had been working on it for about ten years, and was selling it.
So Gene Wildership bought the house in 1855, and renamed it Wicoreys House, the same as the book.
What was the story behind the name ‘Wincor’?
Gene Wilders father was an amateur carpenter, and he was not well known in the local community.
He was a poor labourer, who spent his days making tools, and doing manual labour.
He spent his money on horses, and cattle.
He lived a life of hard work, and worked hard, and lived his life to the full.
His father lived alone, and did not want his son to be a farmer.
It was in 1857, that Henry Wilders first came to Wincourts town to visit his family, when he was ten years old.
He saw a man named Henry Wilder sitting on a porch, selling some tools.
Henry Wilder came to meet his father, and they had a short conversation.
Then Henry Wilden’s father, a fellow carpenter, asked him why he was selling the tools.
Henry Wilders response was: “We do not sell the tools for money, we buy them for the joy of the labour we do.
We can sell them for our own profit, and for the enjoyment of the farm, and the children we have here, and also for the pleasure of the women we have.”
Henry did not buy the tools from his father’s house, but from a neighbouring house that Henry and his father owned.
This prompted Henry Wildinger to ask his father what his son would want.
“‘Well then,’ said Henry Wilding, ‘I shall buy you one’.” Henry’s father was impressed by his son’s honesty, and asked Henry to send him a list of houses to buy. “
And so, on 20th January, 1857 was born Wincowys House. “
‘Well then,’ said Henry Wilding, ‘I shall buy you one’.” Henry’s father was impressed by his son’s honesty, and asked Henry to send him a list of houses to buy.
And so, on 20th January, 1857 was born Wincowys House.
Where does the name gene wildener come from?
Gene Wildener was born in Cheshire in 1865, to an English father and Scottish mother, and grew up in a rural part of England.
When he was six, his mother died.
His father was then left with the farm and was unemployed.
For two years, he worked in the mines, but was unable to make enough money to buy his own house.
In 1868, Gene’s father married, and settled in an area of Wales called Caerphilly.
Gene’s mother died in a car accident, in 1875.
Upon his return to Cheshire as a young man, Gene was employed by a carpenter.
However, he was dissatisfied with the work, so he applied for work in a factory in Wrexham, which he soon found.
At the age of 21, Gene returned to Chessey, and moved to the town of Wrexby.