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19th century map of manor
Domesday record (where applicable)
Documented history (where applicable)
Solicitor's letter of introduction
The Gazette - public notice
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Bond Street. A street name that oozes luxury. A prestigious piece of London that stretches between Oxford Street and Piccadilly, which hosts extremely expensive residences and, of course, gorgeously chic shops. Fashion houses, auctioneers, jewellers, and art dealers all enjoy an immense sense of satisfaction when they have an address on Bond Street. But how…Read More
It’s glitzy. It’s glam. And it’s way up there in the prestige stakes. With hopping on a plane now something everyone can do, notwithstanding the current pandemic, just how have the airlines kept something back that’s a bit special? We thought we’d investigate. In the beginning The first commercial airline actually began in January 1914.…Read More
The Royal Yacht Britannia; such an iconic symbol. The Queen even shed a tear publicly when the vessel was retired in 1997. In some ways, therefore, it’s no surprise that the recent sad passing of Prince Phillip has prompted discussions for a new royal yacht. He was the Duke of Edinburgh; and she now sits…Read More
The title is a quote from a man whose vision, innovation, and creativity has delighted worldly and wealthy shoppers for generations. Harry Gordon Selfridge arrived in the UK from Chicago, noted its failings on the shopping front, and spotted an opportunity. And being the man of vision and means that he was, he set to…Read More
Malcolm Campbell was a determined man, no two ways about it. He demanded much of himself, his machines, and his mechanics. On Wikipedia he’s described as a British racing motorist and a motoring journalist, but in reality he was a lot more than that. And through his ever evolving iterations of Blue Bird (the vehi…Read More