Cobham Park

Cobham Park is a former country house and estate, situated to the north of Downside, Surrey, England which was formerly the seat of John Ligonier, 1st Earl Ligonier. It was later the home of Harvey Christian Combe, who was Lord Mayor of London and a partner in the Combe Delafield and Co. brewery. The estate, with the exception of the main house, still belongs to the Combe family.

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Cobham Park - History
... Earliest records of a house on the site of Cobham Park date back to the 12th century when it was known as "Downe Place", and there are records of ... In around 1750, John Ligonier, 1st Earl Ligonier occupied and bought Cobham Park and entertained William Pitt the Elder at a party shortly thereafter ... Ligonier appears to have used Cobham Park as a place of retreat and leisure (apparently he had a harem of four young girls) ...

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