Group    From 1669 

Bedford Estates

Categories: Property

The motto, Che Sera Sera, you should all know from the song (What Will Be, Will Be) and the animal is an antelope. This symbol is a much reduced version of some of the heraldry associated with the Bedford Estates.

Looking for a map showing the extent of the Bedford Estates, this is the best we've found.

More information about the Bedford Estates: "The Bedford Estates has owned, developed and managed much of Bloomsbury since 1669."

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Bedford Estates

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Bedford 1972

We believe that the crown and the 'B' are indicative of the Bedford Estates a...

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Thomas Ripley

Thomas Ripley

Master Carpenter. Designed the Ripley block of the present Admiralty building in 1726.

Person, Architecture, Property

1 memorial
Abney House and Park

Abney House and Park

The house was built in 1700 and we understand it was close to Stoke Newington Church Street (rather than set back in the grounds). Lady Abney inherited the Manor of Stoke Newington in 1701 from her...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Myddelton House

Myddelton House

This site was previously occupied by an Elizabethan red-brick building known as Bowling Green House. In 1613 Hugh Myddelton, constructed the New River, the course of which bisected the land around ...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Adam brothers

Adam brothers

The four Adam brothers: John (1721-1792, born Edinburgh), Robert - the important one, James and William, (1738-1822, suicide) together designed classical buildings. Father was an architect. Ini...

Group, Architecture, Property, Scotland

1 memorial
Cumberlow

Cumberlow

The house, Cumberlow, was at what is now the north end of Chalfont Road. It is shown on this 1895 map and the grounds seem to extend onto the neighbouring sheet, which covers the site of the Stanle...

Building, Property

1 memorial