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Kemnal Manor (Chislehurst, England)

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    • Chomehole (Chislehurst, England)
    • Cunehale (Chislehurst, England)
    • Kemenhole (Chislehurst, England)
    • Keming Hall (Chislehurst, England)
    • Keminghole (Chislehurst, England)
    • Kimehole (Chislehurst, England)
    • Kimenhale (Chislehurst, England)
    • Kymenhole (Chislehurst, England)
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    • found: Work cat.: Allen, T. Kemnal Manor Chislehurst, 2007:p. 4 (Kemnal Manor, one of the earliest substantial houses in the Chislehurst area; the property was originally called Chomehole; at various early times it was also called Cunehale, Kimehole, Kimenhale, Kymenhole, or Kemenhole; up to 1871 it was referred to as Keminghole, Keming Hall, or Kemnal; in 1871 the house was named Kemnal Manor; naming a house "Manor" was fashionable at this time, regardless of whether it had ever been a true manor)
    • found: Chislehurst website, 22 Sept. 2008:Kemnal Manor page (One of the earliest houses in the area, it was first mentioned in deeds in 1250; Kemnal Manor was requisitioned for military use during World War 2 by the War Office and became the headquarters for the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME), remaining as such until 1961; the house was abandoned after REME left, and in 1964 was destroyed by fire, the remains later being pulled down for safety reasons; the northern part of the Estate was sold by the Trustees of Stuart Kemnal's will to the London Dock Labour Board and was later developed into a sports ground, however, the rest of the estate has remained empty and since been designated as part of the Green Belt)
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    • 2008-09-23: new
    • 2009-03-24: revised
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