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Hengistbury Headadded to the borough inwas the site of a much older Palaeolithic encampment. The act, together with the Inclosure Commissioners' Award oftransferred acres into the hands of five private owners, including James Harris, 1st Earl of Malmesburyand Sir George Ivison Tapps. A few years later, inthe first official residents, retired army officer Lewis Tregonwell and his wife, moved into their new home built on land purchased from Tapps.
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These early attempts to promote the town as a health resort meant that by the time Tregonwell died inBournemouth had grown into a small community with a scattering of houses, villas and cottages. He hired the young local architect Benjamin Ferrey to develop the coastal area on the east side of the stream. Despite enormous investment, the town's share ,esbians the market remained modest. Granville was the author of The Spas of Englandwhich described health resorts around the country, and as a result of his visit he New West Bromwich transexual a chapter on Bournemouth in the second edition of his book.
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The fields south of the road crossing later Bournemouth Square were drained and laid out with shrubberies and walks. Many of these paths, including the Invalids' Walk, remain in the town today.
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In the town had a population of 17, but bywhen railway connections to Bournemouth were at their most developed, the town's population had risen to 60, and it had become a favourite location for visiting artists and writers.