Sawbridgeworth, Hyde Hall 1903

Sawbridgeworth, Hyde Hall 1903

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Memories of Sawbridgeworth

5th Birthday Here With My Grandparents

My grandparents Mr & Mrs Edward Turner used to live here and run this pub. I had my 5th birthday here so that would make it July 1958, a couple of years before the photo. I'm not sure when they moved in or out.

A memory of Sawbridgeworth

Best Time At Great Hyde Hall

I loved my time spent at Great Hyde Hall. I was a flrinty as we came and joined Chantry Mount at Bishop Stortford and must say they all made us feel very welcome, then we all moved to Great Hyde Hall. Can ...Read full memory

My Secondary School

I attended this all girls school when my mother died in 1964. I remember when I first saw it, it made me feel very important as it was a very large and a had a grand entrance. The girls spoke very posh as it seemed ...Read full memory

Hyde Hal L

I lost both my parents, and was sent away to boarding school, which was Hyde Hall. I remember the day I arrived because it was thick snow, and I had to walk all the way from the station with my welfare officer and then up the ...Read full memory

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History

Hyde Hall was probably given to Geoffrey de Mandeville after the Norman Conquest. It passed down through the Jocelyn family, whose monuments can be seen in the church of St Mary the Great. Hyde Hall was extended in 1806 and completely refurbished in 1869. When part of the property was sold in 1983 for £80,000, Hyde Hall was described as 'a magnificent mansion enjoying 40 acres of maintained ground'.