Dalham, Church of St Mary
Dalham is a village in Suffolk, west of Newmarket (and 8 miles west of Bury St Edmunds) at the border with Cambridgeshire: the latter county's easternmost point is at the road junction here. At the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 199.
A windmill stands at the west end of the village beside the county boundary.
- Main article: Dalham Hall
Dalham Hall stands to the north of the village. In 1901 the estate of Dalham Hall was bought by Cecil Rhodes. After he died in 1902 without taking possession, his brother Colonel Francis William Rhodes became the owner, and erected the village hall in his brother's memory.
Dalham Hall and its associated stud are now owned by the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
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- "Dalham Village Hall Commemoration Plaque by Colonel Frank Rhodes". http://www.dalham.com/plaque.jpg.
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