The Lacock Estate spreads beyond the boundaries of Wiltshire and can be discovered far to the north in the county of Shropshire. Like many great estates this was due to the marriage of different families. The Davenport family owned various lands in Shropshire, including the manor of Worfield (north of Bridgnorth), due to the marriage of William Davenport and Jane Bromley. The manor in Worfield was eventually passed to their eldest son, Henry Davenport. Henry Davenport built Davenport house at Worfield in 1726 which was designed by the architect, Francis Smith of Warwick.
Henry Davenport's son William by his second wife, Barbara Ivory, inherited the Lacock estate which meant that many of the deeds of Shropshire properties became part of the Lacock collection. Later Shropshire deeds would have been retained by Sharington Davenport and passed down through that line of the family.