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The Rectory Teversham

The Rectory, Teversham

History of the Rectory Teversham

Listed building

Rectory built in 1819 by James Webster for Rev. John Brocklebank to replace an earlier house, fragments of which may have been incorporated in the present building.

The Old Rectory Teversham


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