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Encyclopedia > Dunmow

Great Dunmow is a town in Essex, England. Originally the site of a Roman settlement on Stane Street, the town thrived during the Middle Ages. Many buildings survive from this period, including a sixteenth century town hall.


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Great Dunmow - White's Directory 1848 (1348 words)
The church of Great Dunmow parish is a large and handsome structure, in the decorated English and perpendicular styles, and is situated at Church-end, on the well-wooded banks of the Chelmer.
Dunmow Agricultural Society was established in 1835, and holds an annual ploughing match, and a show of fruit, vegetables, and flowers.
Dunmow Diocesan Commercial School, was established in 1845, for boarders and day scholars, in connexion with the Essex Board of Education, and under the patronage of the Bishop of Rochester, and the superintendence of the clergy.
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