Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.
From 1903 to 1914,
Sir Nevile Wilkinson
at Mount Merrion House,
He planted on the lawn there cuttings from the cedars at Wilton, "to celebrate their coming and the birth of their eldest daughter" [Wilkinson, 1925].
These do not survive.
The Cedars of Lebanon on the S lawn at Wilton House.
On the RHS is part of the W end of the house.
(Left) See full size.
(Right) See full size.
The Cedars of Lebanon on the E lawn at Wilton House.
This is looking E (the E facade of the house is behind the camera).
On the LHS is the Millennium Fountain.
Photo 2003. See full size.
Aerial view of Mount Merrion.
The tall tree is in centre-right (on grass behind the stables).
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