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Question 1: One of the main residential developments in the 1930s was the St. Helier estate, built by the London County Council (LCC) to house workers from inner ________ and named in honour of Lady St.

Question 2: It was held by ________ and its assets were: 3 hides; 1 mill worth £2 and 7 ploughs.
Ely CathedralSt Augustine's AbbeyBath AbbeyWestminster Abbey

Question 3: Admiral Mariot Arbuthnot[8] - Commander of the Royal Navy in North America during the ________.
American RevolutionMilitary history of the United StatesNew York and New Jersey campaignAmerican Revolutionary War

Question 4: Despite the rapid ________ development of nearby Wimbledon occasioned by the arrival of the new railways constructed in the mid 19th century, Morden remained a rural parish throughout the 19th century.
SuburbChicagoNew York CityLos Angeles

Question 5: In 1086, the ________ recorded the manor as Mordone, part of Wallington Hundred.
YorkshireSurreyDomesday BookEngland

Question 6: The Bait'ul Futuh, the largest mosque in Western Europe, built by the ________.
Khalifatul MasihMirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood AhmadAhmadiyya Muslim CommunityProphethood (Ahmadiyya)

Question 7: Alexander Maconochie - Founder of the ________ and penal reformer.
Bingham Baring, 2nd Baron AshburtonRoyal Geographical SocietyLaurence Dudley StampFrederick Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich

Question 8: Ethelstan the Etheling, son of ________, left "land at Mordune" to the abbey of Christ and St.
Æthelred the UnreadyCnut the GreatAlfred the GreatEdward the Martyr

Question 9: In the next fifteen years the population continued to grow, as most of the parish was covered in new ________ homes.
SuburbNew York CityLos AngelesLondon

Question 10: Little of the earlier rural character of Morden survived the ________ expansion, although the area has excellent provision of parks and playing fields, many of them created from remnants of the former country estates.
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