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Wangye House was situated in Chadwell Heath, on the borders of Dagenham and Ilford, at the site of Chadwell Heath Station. Its origins are obscure but thought to date from the 1300s when it was referred to as Wanghou. It appears to have been conveyed to Barking Abbey in 1366, becoming part of the Abbey’s demesne and subject to the Manor of Barking. The rent from Wangye formed part of the income of the Cellaress of Barking Abbey.
watercolour on paper
H 12.3 x W 17.1 cm
Drawing & watercolour