Rugby. Church Street

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Date:1900

Description:Large town houses in Church Street, Rugby. House with stone porch known as "The Moat", probably built by Count Wratislaw, d.1853. Afterwards occupied by John Darby, horsedealer, then by Captain Beatty. House demolished 1901. 1900

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Donor ref:RUG, Chu 7, img: 5786 (3/5265)

Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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