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Reference number

SM 46/4/3


[2] Survey plan dated 1800


Survey plans of four floors and of house and grounds


J Scale of 6 feet to an Inch and Scale 18 feet to an Inch


as above, Ground Floor, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor and 3rd Floor, Plan of the Chateau / belonging to / Thomas Pipon Esqre Lieut Bailff, Grounds, House, Laundry, Coach / House, Stables and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 00/00/1800
    J Mills, R.M.D. 1800

Medium and dimensions

Pen and pink wash, with single ruled border on wove paper, partly pricked for transfer (494 x 753)


local surveyor - J. Mills ?


The plans show the house with five windows to the front (except for basement floor) and four windows at the back correspnding with the elevations that follow,



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