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NONSUCH as the name suggests means ‘unparalleled’. Going back into time, one comes across Nonsuch in British History. In the county of Surrey situated in the South of England there is a school of some renown, built on the site of Nonsuch Palace, which belonged to Henry VIII (the famous Henry of 6 wives fame) back in the 16th century. The school emblem is a ‘Tudor Rose’. The closest town to the school is Ewell, in turn close to Epson, famous for the horse races.

Records have it that the present Nonsuch Estate is made up of five small estates namely Nonsuch Estate, Upper Droog Estate, Avoca Estate, Ibex Lodge Estate and Ripplevale Estate. Ripplevale Estate was merged with Ibex Lodge Estate in the late 1800’s and since then the composition of the present estate is related to the remaining four estates. Title Deeds reveal that land was first purchased in 1863. Thereafter, numerous proprietors owned the four estates. In the second half of 1924, the estates were brought under one umbrella and ‘The Nonsuch Tea Estates Limited’ came in to existence.


 


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