London market dating from 1682
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This bollard seems to have stood on this busy street corner for nearly two centuries and must surely bring credit upon generations of drivers who failed to knock it down. Beyond this point the ground belonged to the Guild of Artillery.
At the time of the Restoration of King Charles II in 1660, the head of the family was created a baronet, of Bosworth, a title which became extinct with the death of Sir Wolstan Dixie, 13th and last Baronet, in 1975.
The parkland of the present house was bought by Sir Wolstan Dixie, Lord Mayor of London, in 1589, and the main house was built during the reign of William and Mary by his brother's descendant Sir Beaumont Dixie, 2nd Baronet, who had inherited the estate in 1682.
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