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Quorn Features and Articles

A number of articles have been written specifically for this museum website. Others have been donated by villagers or have been transcribed from historical accounts. All features and articles are detailed below.

Note that in some cases the document formatting relates to a printable version, so some pages may appear transposed.

 A prince that lived in Quorn!  A prince that lived in Quorn!
During the 1930s Sardar Taj Mohamed Khan Odho, a young Indian prince lived on Chaveney ...... cont.
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 A history of Quorn Baptist Church  A history of Quorn Baptist Church
This booklet detailing the history of Quorn Baptist Church was written by Wilfred Mee and ...... cont.
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 Quorn Camp, Wood Lane  Quorn Camp, Wood Lane
Quorn Camp was situated off Wood Lane, on land belonging to Quorn House, which used to be ...... cont.
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Total: 38 artefacts returned over 13 pages

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