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Weybridge Past Neil White

Weybridge Past By Neil White

Weybridge Past by Neil White

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A history of Weybridge

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Weybridge Past by Neil White

Weybridge was a sleepy, isolated rural village dominated throughout the Middle Ages by the great Abbey at Chertsey. King Henry VIII shattered its obscurity by building a Royal Palace at Oatlands, which brought the bustle of the Court for a century, until it was destroyed after the Civil War. "... a well-produced history of the area and has some interesting anecdotal stories. ... The photographs are excellent ..." Surrey & Hants News

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Weybridge Past by Neil White
Used - Very Good
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