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Brabyns HallA view of Brabyns Hall from the rear taken from beside the pond.55555
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Brabyns Hall - God SpeedA card signed by Fanny Hudson to Left. W Hughes of the 14th Welsh Fusiliers, who must have stayed at the Military Hospital from 2 December 1918 to 7 February 1919.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Brabyns Hall in WartimeBrabyns Hall was used as a Military Hospital during the Great War.55555
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Brabyns HallA view of the rear of Brabyns Hall from across the pond, which is still there.55555
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Woodsmans CottageWoodsmans Cottage in Brabyns Park, built in 1765.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Water Meetings CottageWater Meetings Cottage in Brabyns Park, built in 1800.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Brabyns HallAnother view of the rear of Brabyns Hall from across the pond.55555
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Brabyns Hall in WartimeA large crowd of casualties, nurses and staff at the rear of Brabyns Hall with Miss Fanny Hudson in her usual position at the heart of them all.55555
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Wright's FollyA picturesque view of Wright's Folly on the River Goyt in Brabyns Park.44444
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Military Hospital ExtensionTents must have been set up in the park to house additional WW1 casualties when the house was full.44444
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Brabyns Hall in WartimeCasualties are taken in through the front entrance of Brabyns Hall.44444
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Brabyns HallAn unusual side view of Brabyns Hall from Marple Local History Society Archives.33333
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