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Edward Pauncfort

Edward Pauncfort

Tory MP. Early in the 1700s he moved into Lauderdale House and took a great interest in Highgate. He became the treasurer and one of the governors of Highgate School and its Chapel. In Southwood Lane he built 12 alms-houses and a school house for charity girls.

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Edward Pauncfort

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Pauncfort Alms Houses

Founded by Sir John Wollaston in 1658.

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