Category:Clifton Maybank

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English: Clifton Maybank is a hamlet in west Dorset, England. In 1546 a large house was built on the south side of Yeovil for Sir John Horsey, which became the manor of Clifton Maybank (sometimes named Clifton Maubank); much of this was dismantled in 1786 - some of the building being transferred to Montacute House - and today just one part of the original Tudor building remains, with a facade added in 1906. No plan of the original building has been discovered.The village has a population of 63 (2001).
Clifton Maybank 
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village in United Kingdom
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Instance of village,
civil parish
Location West Dorset, United Kingdom
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50° 55′ 16″ N, 2° 36′ 07″ W

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