Eleven Estates Developed by Lionel Aglio Dibdin and his Partnership.
Archived are 10 maps showing the plan for the estates as
developed by Lionel Dibdin.
There is historical interest regarding Camilla Lacey and Broome Park surrounding the life of Fanny Burney and her French aristocrat lover and subsequent husband Monsieur dí Arblay. see Camilla Lacey.
There are in the archives 3 books of photographs of
the exterior and interior of the property
See more about Leladene on a dedicated website www.leladene.co.uk
Lionel's son, Peter Haycraft Dibdin was articled to the Partnership but was only just 20 when his father died so was not actually a Partner and, according to family hearsay, was left out in the cold. Within a couple of years he had left and was working in a Government department before joining the army in 1939.
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South of Betchworth
Bought in 1933, 2 weeks before death of Lionel Aglio Dibdin