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10 Queen Edith’s Way, South Lodge

History of 10 Queen Edith's Way


Hugh Martin Leake, Sc.D

He seems to have been an authority on soil. There is a patent in his name filed in 1934 for a seed drill. In 1906 he published a paper on the soil properties of the Ganges Valley.


Hugh Martin Leake, b 1878, Indian Service retired (ARP warden)

Lois M F, b 1892


Alice M Allan, b 1909, servant


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