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The Bright Young People at a party Featured Acton Print

The Bright Young People at a party

A group of Bright Young Things at Captain Macheacan's fancy dress party where guests were instructed to come as a living celebrity. Standing from left: Richard Wyndham as a sculptor Frank Dobson, Stephen Tennant as Queen Marie of Romania, Elizabeth Ponsonby as Iris Tree and Cecil Beaton. Seated from left, Brian Howard, Mrs Sachaverel Sitwell as a sculptor's model, Inez Holden and Harold Acton. At the front is Talullah Bankhead as tennis player, Jean Borotra. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Death Plaque of Corporal Henry Leonard Amess Featured Acton Print

Death Plaque of Corporal Henry Leonard Amess

Death Plaque in the name of 290043 Corporal Henry Leonard Amess, 1st/10th (T.F.) Battalion, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment). Born Hammersmith, London. Enlisted Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex. Residence - Acton, Middlesex. Died 30.11.16. E. Carter Preston

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

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London vicar wishes to sell his house, believed to be haunted by monks ghost. The Featured Acton Print

London vicar wishes to sell his house, believed to be haunted by monks ghost. The

London vicar wishes to sell his house, believed to be haunted by monk's ghost.
The Rev C V Camplin Cogan, Vicar of St Gabriel's Church, North Acton, wishes to sell his house, which is believed reliable authority to be haunted.
A monk is said to be buried under the Tudor the pavement near a front room window, and it is he who is believed to haunt the house.
Though the vicar himself is sceptical, Mrs Camplin Cogan maintains that she has often heard his footsteps paddling up and down the front hall and staircase. The house was once the residence of Richard Cromwell, son of Oliver Cromwell, and the ground round it is honey cones with underground passages.
There are two dungeons in the building.
Photo shows, the haunted vicarage at North Acton.
31 December 1937

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