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Caption for Abbotts Ann, the Village c1960: Duck Street forks to the right of the tree, Monxton Road to the left. King Charles I campled near the village with a force of 5,000. On Friday, 18 October 1644, the Cavaliers of Prince Maurice's Regiment spotted the Roundheads watching them and chased them to town in the 'Battle of Andover'. King Charles spent the night in the old White Hart Inn, then in Andover High Street, where the Danebury is now.

An extract from Andover Photographic Memories.

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