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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S. R. Lamble

S. R. Lamble

Builder, active in 1891.

Person, Property

2 memorials
Stephen Kavanagh

Stephen Kavanagh

Builder active in 1897.

Person, Property

2 memorials
Sutton Dwellings

Sutton Dwellings

In 1917 The Church Missionary Society sold its college in Upper Street and the building was replaced with Sutton's model dwellings.

Building, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Tower Place

Tower Place

In an area known as 'The Warren', the Tudor manor house 'Tower Place' along with thirty-one acres of land was bought by the crown for use as ordnance stores.  The house was demolished (all but one ...

Building, Architecture, Property

2 memorials
St James's Gardens, W11

St James's Gardens, W11

RBKC and British History Online have a lot of information about the creation of this square, with plans and drawings.

Place, Architecture, Property

2 memorials