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Walton Hall

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Walton Hall, Chesterfield
... Walton Hall is a late 18th century country house, now a farmhouse, situated at Foljambe Avenue, Walton, Chesterfield ... The house occupies the site of the former manor house known as Walton Hall, which was the seat of the Foljambe family in the 16th and 17th centuries ...
Browns Wood
... Coordinates 52°01′00″N 0°42′01″W / 52.0166°N 0.7002°W / 52.0166 -0.7002 Walton Walton Population 11,923 OS grid reference SP854388 Civil parish Walton Unitary authority ... of Central Milton Keynes and just east of Simpson, mostly along Walton Road in the modern Walnut Tree district ... H9 Groveway grid road severs a few of its houses into Walton Hall and the V10 Brickhill Street separates the Manor Farm into Walton grid square, where it was ...

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