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The Glebe House & The Gertrude Jeckyll Garden

Mid 18th century house, home of John Rutgers Marshall family from 1771-1786; site of the election of first Episcopal bishop, in 1783. Gertrude Jekyll-designed garden only extant garden in North America by England's most influential garden designer of the late 19th early 20th century.

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Seabury Society for the Preservation of the Glebe House, Inc.

Hollow Road

P.O. Box 245

Woodbury, CT 06798

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(203) 263-2855

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Listing No. 5203

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Seabury Society for the Preservation of the Glebe House, Inc.

Hollow Road

P.O. Box 245

Woodbury, CT 06798

Phone:

(203) 263-2855

Email:

ghmgjg@snet.net

Phone: 203-263-2855

www.theglebehouse.org/

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