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The Kitchen Garden at Glynde Place

A plan of the kitchen gardens, c 1757

Kitchen gardens plan, c 1757

The text reads:

(at top of plan)
The Kitchen Garden at Glynde Place

NW planted, but 1 cherry has failed.

(below plan)
Within, near 200 ft wide.

NE side 274½ft
SW side 272ft 7in
The cross wall divides the Ground in the middle
The Quarters will be about 83ft by 53 reckoning the Middle Walk to be 10ft, the Side Walks 8ft, the Borders under ye walls 4ft, the Cross walks and the Walls 8ft and the other Cross walks 7ft wide.
The Melon Ground is in the Corner towards the North, as dotted.

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