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Thursday, 26 February 2015

The Hyde, Ingatestone. Seat of the Disney Family

John Disney, collector of classical antiquity, lived at The Hyde, Ingatestone in the mid nineteenth century, The property was burnt down in 1965.

Some photographs: 

A print of the Entrance Hall and Staircase of The Hyde
The Hyde, Ingatestone - early twentieth century

The Hyde, from an old postcard

The Hyde, viewed from the driveway

Inside The Hyde, Ingatestone

The Staircase, The Hyde

The Hyde, during the years it was a school
The Essex Society for Archaeology and History's Morant Lecture will be held on Friday 20 March 2015 at Ingatestone Parish Church.

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