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Sapphire in the Snow
 
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    Deans Court in Wimborne Minster, Dorset is built on the foundations of the nunnery. Converted into a Deanery in 1043 it became a private house during the Reformation. The Hanham family are the... Deans Court in Wimborne Minster, Dorset is built on the foundations of the nunnery. Converted into a Deanery in 1043 it became a private house during the Reformation. The Hanham family are the lords of the Manor of the Deanery. Some heirs have been explorers, clergy, judges and in the armed services. Wives have not always been meek. One was sent to the Tower of London! Another spurned the town after an argument. Lavishly Illustrated. More
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  • A complete history of Colehill, the high ground above Wimborne Minster. Settled on in Neolithic times in preference to the river valley Colehill was sparsely populated until the mid...
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