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It is also reputed to be the home of a lovesick ghost by the name of Jarman. A planning inquiry last week heard all about Jarman when Berkhamsted Rural Council opposed a scheme to build a modern detached home alongside the ancient Manor House.
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Clifford White, for the council, explained the Manor House was reputed to be haunted by a lovesick ghost. Jarman, in the flesh, occupied the Manor House at the turn of the 19th Century. According to local legend he killed himself for the love of the heiress of Ashridge.
And in the years that followed, so the local story goes, the ghost of Jarman would be seen watering his white horses at the village pond. But present day residents of Little Gaddesden cannot recall seeing this unhappy-in-love ghost.
At the Manor House, now occupied by Miss Dorothy Erhart, he is reputed to make his presence felt by switching off lights. This story formed part of the Nostalgia column first published in the Watford Observer on February 14, Contact Nostalgia, by clicking here watfordnostalgia london. We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues.
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