Madingley Hall Madingley Cambridgeshire th century Madingley Hall was built by Sir John Hynde in and occupied by his descendants until the s It is surrounded by parkland It was the residence of his descendents until the s Queen Victoria rented the Hall in for her son Edward the future King Edward VII to live in while he was an undergraduate in Cambridge University From Imperial Cricket edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd London
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