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Plane Crash 1933
|Lionel and Cecily Dibdin were
returning from a short holiday just
after he had bought the estate,
Camilla Lacey, near Box Hill in Surrey.
On Tuesday, 28th March 1933, their plane, The City of Liverpool crashed in flames . The plane was on route from Cologne via Brussels to London and came down in Dixmude, Fanders, killing 15 people.