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2nd May, 1551
Marriage settlement between;
1) Andrew Noell of Whytwell (Rutland) Esq
2a) Dame Anne Tyrrell, widow
2b) Guy Crayfford esq and others

Timeline item 14: 1895 - Charles James Phillips, well-known brewer, buys the estate. As the primary local employer, he donates the unusual four-faced clock to the church to ensure his workers arrive on time

"Catalogue of auction for ""Longcliffe Farm"" Old Dalby. Sale of 87 acres, 1 Rood, 9 Poles, by direction of Major H. Blount, M.C.
Auction Assembly Rooms, Norman Street, Melton Mowbray, Tuesday 7th February 1956, 3pm."

Hand drawn map of the Army Depot by Chris Chellis, c.1950

A written account of his memories of 1950s Queensway and the Army Depot by Chris Chellis

News article on Old Dalby village from 1970s by Jill Goodman

Excerpt from The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester (John Nichols, 1800) Vol. III pt. 1: East Goscote Hundred, pp. 242-258, describing Dalby on the Woulds (Old Dalby)

Kelly's Directory. Leicestershire 1941
Old Dalby - overview of village life, to include private residents, occupation and commercial activity

Charter - Public Record Office of King Edward giving "The Right to Hunt" in Old Dalby - original charter, Latin transcript, English translation

Article from 1961 on the history of Old Dalby, in two parts
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