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Ref. No: MMPC-Q1020002                                                                                      OS Ref: TQ448541
Location: QUEBEC HOUSE      WESTERHAM      KENT
Archive date: August  1935    Archive Author: Unknown     New date: April  2008    New Author: Eric Hartland
Info: Quebec House is a National Trust property. It is a furnished 17th Century home of General James Wolfe - with exhibits of the Battle of Quebec. He spent the first 11 years of his life here. His parents rented the house - then known as Spiers - in 1726 and James was born a year later. The house was renamed Quebec House to commemorate General Wolfe.

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