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|Toddington, Bedfordshire, England|
It was a motte-and-bailey castle, made first of timber and later of stone, that dates from prior to the 13th century when it was listed as the stronghold of Sir Paulinus Pegure (Paul Pever). In records from 1597, it was referred to as "Toddington Conger Hill", most likely in reference to its use as a rabbit warren during the 16th century.
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