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Bell Moor house, Hampstead

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On this site four cottages were built in 1810-20: Albion House, Bell-Moor, Hurst Lodge and Harrow Cottage. In 1820 Sir John Jackson, director of the East India Co., died in Bell-moor. In 1875-80 Thomas Barratt converted all four into one house, keeping the name Bell Moor.

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Bell Moor house, Hampstead

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