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West Humble next to Box Hill
Sadly Lionel was not able to develop the site and to see his dreams for the area realised because of his tragic death in a plane crash on 28th March 1933, only a few weeks after he had acquired the estate.
Archived are 3 books of photographs of the exterior and interior of
The Dibdin Family seems to have special connections to this area, especially T.C.Dibdin who lived nearby at Betchworth and who created the Frontpiece for the book about Juniper Hall and Fanny Burney.
There are in existence three volumes titled "Leladene" of pictures of the outside and the contents of the property.