4 edition of A short history of Ewell and Nonsuch found in the catalog.
A short bibliography: p. 114.Published December, 1931. Reprinted September, 1932.
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The area is primarily residential, but includes Wallace Fields Infants and Junior schools. Henry VIII obtained Cuddington, which was in existence by Domesday, from its owner Richard Coddington, in exchange for the manor of Ixworth in Suffolk. s but is often poorly referenced and is unlikely to be recorded here, or elsewhere, but some suggestions can be found.
An electricity sub-station constructed near the western edge of the monument to the west of the bypass is excluded from the scheduling. Some original features associated with the Tudor Little Park have been identified in the areas beyond the monument, within modern Nonsuch Park. The privy garden was embellished with Tudor knots, topiary and maze hedges, a central fountain and statuary representing royal emblems and heraldic subjects.
This is a later, mainly 18th century mansion 850m north east of the main palace buildings. Theses; 'grey' literature; in-house reports; unpublished works; etc.
Vicarage Lane, a south west-north east aligned trackway which runs along the north western edge of the western end of the monument, is thought to have formed part of the original access route into the medieval village.
and Summerson, John, 1982, The history of the King's Works, Vol. 1-21 Biddle, Martin, 1961, 'Nonsuch Palace' History Today Vol. Suites of rooms opened off from central staircases on each side of the courtyard. Immediately to the south west is a smaller, sub-square compartment on a slightly different alignment, thought to represent the Grove of Diana.1872, Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls of England and Wales Vol.
42-5 2002, Bulletin of the Surrey Archaeological Society No.
The north eastern half of the Wilderness has been disturbed by the buildings of Cherry Orchard Farm, a post-medieval farm demolished in the 1970s.
, 1931, A short history of Ewell and Nonsuch Epsom Clapham, A.