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Engraving of Battersea Church and manor house, 1752

Engraving of Battersea Church and manor house, 1752
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The engraving shows a view of Battersea Church from the River Thames, looking towards Chelsea. Battersea Manor, London home of the St. John family is seen beside the church.

Year:
1752
Type:
Engraving
Credit:
Friends of Lydiard Park
Last updated on:
Sunday 29th August 2021

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