Bonehill House in the snow, Fazeley

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Date:1890 - 1900 (c.)

Description:Bonehill House, near the north end of Drayton Park, was the seat of Mrs. Peel, relict of the late Edmund Peel, Esq., who died in November 1850 a few months after his brother Robert Peel. The Peel family’s business was founded in calico printing mills at Fazeley, Staffordshire and in Lancashire.

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Image courtesy of: Mr John Wedrychowski

Donor ref:Fazeley house rear (208/44974)

Source: Mr John Wedrychowski

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