Walter Williams And Mary Beauclerc Brown Plaque Photo

Walter Williams and Mary Beauclerc brown plaque - Pinner House. Possibly 17th Century with facade completed 1721. The home,   1788-1811, of the Rev. Walter Williams, Vicar of Pinner, and his wife, Mary   Beauclerc, Great Grand Daughter of Charles II and Nell Gwynn.

Walter Williams And Mary Beauclerc Brown Plaque Map


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