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Hugh Myddelton - N21 Hugh Myddelton - N21

Plaque: Hugh Myddelton - N21

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Formerly Bush Hill House
Sir Hugh Myddelton, engineer of the New River, lived here, 1609 - 1613.
London Borough of Enfield

Site: Hugh Myddelton - N21 (1 memorial)

N21, Bush Hill Road

This plaque is placed at the junction with Cunard Crescent in a new housing estate, this entrance being Halliwick Gate. Bush Hill House was also known as Halliwick House and was leased to Samuel Cunard, about 1850 -1878.

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Hugh Myddelton - N21

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Bush Hill House

Bush Hill House was built by Myddelton so that he could live close to the wor...

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Sir Hugh Myddelton

Goldsmith and entrepreneur.  Born Denbigh, Wales sometime 1555-60, younger br...

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New River

The so-called New River is actually an aqueduct built 1609 - 1613 from near W...

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Hugh Myddelton - N21

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Borough of Enfield

The northernmost borough of London. Formed by the amalgamation of the Municip...

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