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John Haverfield - Summary

Date of Birth: 1744

Date of Death: 1820

Gender: male

Occupation: Designer

Narrative:

John Haverfield was the son of John Haverfield, senior, who was the chief gardener of the royal gardens at Richmond and Kew, a post that his son also obtained. In addition to being a gardener, Haverfield was also an architect and played a key role in works at Abbey House, Wolsingham, Norfolk (1806-1816).

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