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Caversham Park is the site of the castle which later became the 'seat' of William Cadogan, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army. His titles included Viscount Caversham and Baron Cadogan of Reading.
Caversham was an ancient village which developed into a residential suburb of Reading. In fact, some of the earliest evidence of human life in the country has been found, in the form of stone axes, in graves at Caversham.
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