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Northampton Market Square - 1819
Northampton Market Square - 2016
Take a look at this 18th century map and survey of Delapre Farm. It’s very faint but you can just see that Delapré is recorded as ‘in the Lordship of Hardingston belonging to Edward Bouverie’. Aren’t old maps just lovely? (NRO Ref: Map/1286) @DelapreAbbey #archives https://t.co/4R1KJPzX0t
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Originally built in the 15th century as the dovecote of the Lumley Manor Estate, it is the only building left from the manorial complex. The building retains remnants of a central open fireplace and approximately 400 nesting boxes. (NRO Ref: ZB/1280/18) https://t.co/0Uw8GUMtIS
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