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© Mr Richard K. Evans FRPS

IoE Number: 172227
Photographer: Mr Richard K. Evans FRPS
Date Photographed: 30 July 2001
Date listed: 14 April 1951
Date of last amendment: 14 April 1951
Grade I

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KNOLE PARK1614KnoleTQ 55 SW/4/8214.4.51I

KNOLE PARK 1. 1614 Knole TQ 55 SW/4/82 14.4.51 I 2. Seat of Lord Sackville. Late Cl5 and Jacobean. Built by Thomas Bouchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. Presented to the National Trust together with 52 acres. References: Country Life vol XXXI Nos 772, 826, 862; vol LXIII Nos l34, 197. "Knole" by V Sackville-West, 1923. Guide:- A Tipping, 1922. H I Triggs, 1901. J A Gotch, 1894, M Jourdain, 1926.

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