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Quebec House, Westerham

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Quebec House is the birthplace of General James Wolfe on what is now known as Quebec Square in Westerham, Kent, England. The house is listed Grade I on the National Heritage List for England since September 1954.
The house dates from the mid 16th century but much of the current appearance is from the 1630s. It was originally called Spiers but renamed in honour of Wolfe's death and victory at the Battle of Quebec in 1759. The house is now owned by the National Trust and open to the public with paintings and memorabilia relating to Wolfe's life.

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  • Home of General James Wolfe who won the Battle of Quebec for the British, claimed the territories of New France, that would later become Canada, this house was special having learned of the battle as....  more »
  • Approaching this elegant red brick house along a busman road was a novel experience : National Trust properties I've previously visited have tended to be substantial mansions in their own extensive...  more »
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