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Henry Edmunds

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Owner of the Cholderton Estate. He is the great-grandson of Henry Charles Stephens, who founded the estate in order to develop his multiple interests in arable agriculture, aboriculture, architecture and in breeding purebred stock.

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Henry Edmunds

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Henry Charles Stephens - bust

The bust is in the entrance to Stephens House.

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