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Encyclopedia > Ilam
This article is about the city of Ilam in Iran. For other meanings of Ilam, see Ilam (disambiguation)

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Ilam Homestead (177 words)
Ilam is named for Ilam Hall in Staffordshire, England, the birthplace of John Watts-Russell (1826-1875).
Watts-Russell sold Ilam in 1866 and is buried in the upper Riccarton Church graveyard.
Ilam Homestead burnt down in 1911 and was rebuilt by Edgar Stead.
GENUKI: Ilam (459 words)
"Ilam, nearly five miles NW by N of Ashbourn, and twelve miles ESE of Leek, is a small secluded village, picturesquely seated in the vale of the Manyfold, and within half a mile of its junction with the deepest, narrowest and most romantic part of Dovedale.
He resides at Ilam Hall, a large and elegent mansion, in the Tuscan and Gothic styles of architecture, with towers and turrets, erected on the site of the old hall in 1821, by the present owner, who purchased the estate from the late John Port, Esq, father of the present vicar.
Ilam Cross in the centre of the village was erected in 1840 in memory of Mrs Watts Russell.
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