The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Boyne House    Mount Ephraim  Tunbridge Wells  

Books and other documents
PublishedTitle, author and references
1840New Guide for Tunbridge Wells by John Colbran and edited by James Phippen ⇒ p. 77

Historical records

1839Tunbridge WellsTunbridge WellsBoyne HouseColbran's Tunbridge Wells

1840HistoryBoyne HouseColbran's Tunbridge Wells

Boyne House was built by Lord Viscount Boyne, who called it Somerville in compliment to his lady, but it was afterwards named from his lordship. It was the residence of the queen and the Duchess of Kent the last time they honored the town with a visit.

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