Place    From 1674  To 1902

Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

First documented in 1674, at its largest the farmland was bounded by High Road, Ballards Lane, Long Lane, Squire's Lane. The Cobley family owned it from 1680 to 1902 when it was sold, the buildings demolished and the land developed. the picture source is a local history report from 1927.

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Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

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Dickens at Cobley Farm

Returned from his first trip to America Dickens spent some time here in 1842-...

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Well Hall Pleasaunce

Well Hall Pleasaunce

Wellehawe as an area in Eltham was first recorded in 1401. It still contains a Tudor barn built by William Roper, the son-in-law of Sir Thomas More. Another main feature, used to be Well Hall (pict...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
John Bennet Lawes

John Bennet Lawes

Entrepreneur and agricultural scientist. Born at Rothamsted, Hertfordshire. He founded an experimental farm that eventually became the Rothamsted Experimental Station, and developed a superphosphat...

Person, Commerce, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
David Ashmore

David Ashmore

At the time of his death Ashmore was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Lordship Lane, SE22, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details. Andrew Behan...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy

1 memorial
Khadija Saye

Khadija Saye

Born London. Also known as Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye. Gambian-British photographer. Her photography explored her Gambian-British identity and was exhibited in the Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale ...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy, Africa

1 memorial
Market Gardens at Burgess Park

Market Gardens at Burgess Park

Our image is an extract from Stanfords 1862-71 map of London. Albany Road is the main road about a third of the way down; St George's Church is at the lower left; the present-day Chumleigh Gardens ...

Place, Food & Drink, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial