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Trinity Farm, Dry Drayton

History of Trinity Farm

Trinity Farm, Dry Drayton OS 1886

The Chivers family bought Trinity Farm in 1945. Trinity College had acquired it in 1876. The farmhouse was still standing in 1903 but in 1945 the farmhouse and others buildings were demolished or reduced in size.



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