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Broomfield Park

Broomfield Lane
Palmers Green
N13 4PL
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It is said that Broomfield Park was named after John Broomfield, a London Currier (purveyor of leather goods) who in 1566 sold the land to Geoffrey Walkeden. By 1599 the estate was in the possession of the wealthy London Alderman Sir John Spencer.
The 500 acres of land including Broomfield House were purchased by Joseph Jackson in the early seventeenth century and remained in the family until the owner Mary Jackson married William Tash (who in 1777 became part owner of Oakwood Park) in 1773. Mary Tash left the estate to her friend Louisa Powys in her will and it was eventually passed to the Powys family after the death of William Tash in 1816.



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