Blaydes House


Blaydes House

Blaydes House is a Georgian house in High Street, Kingston upon Hull, England. It is associated with the Blaydes ship-building family. The house is now the home of the University of Hull's Maritime Historical Studies Centre.

External links

* [http://www.hull.ac.uk/mhsc/mhschome/mhschome.htm Maritime Historical Studies Centre]
* [http://www.aa42.com/BlaydesSummary.htm aa42.com Blaydes summary] concerning ship-building in Hull, and especially the history of the Blaydes family

Note

A different 'Blaydes House' also appears to be on the List of Registered Historic Places in Kentucky (Pendleton County to Woodford County)


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