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Palmer's Farm in Winter


Watercolour drawing of Palmer's Farm, formerly called Mary Arden's House, in winter, about 1900, by William Wells Quatremain (1857-1930).

The house was first referred to as Mary Arden's House in 1798. Since 2000 however, it has been known as Palmer's Farm, following new research. The red-brick cottage to the south-west (previously called Glebe Farm) is where Mary Arden is believed to have lived.

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    CC-BY-NC-ND Image Courtesy of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust