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Lydiate Hall & its associations

Thomas Ellison Gibson

Lydiate Hall & its associations

in two parts antiquarian and religious.

by Thomas Ellison Gibson

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Published by The author in [Great Britain] .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationxliv, 333p., 4 leaves of plates
Number of Pages333
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13673298M

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The original Lydiate Hall was built by Laurence Ireland sometime in the s. He had exchanged his land at Garston (near Liverpool) for estates at Lydiate and Maghull. The original hall he built was a single range, possibly made of stone. He was also responsible for the construction of St Catherine's Church, known locally as Lydiate Abbey (see here).

Lydiate Lydiate Hall & its associations book & its associations by Thomas Ellison Gibson,The author edition, in EnglishPages: He was a diligent antiquary and author of the work frequently quoted in this account—Lydiate Hall and its Associations, issued in He also edited the Cavalier's Note Book, Crosby Records, and N.

Blundell's Diary. Edmund Powell, appointed inmust also be mentioned. The Lydiate Estate, Hall, Chapel and Inn – Pamela & David Russell () The Victoria Country History of Lancashire – W Farrer & J Brownbill (Eds) (Reprint, ) Lydiate Hall And Its Associations – T E Gibson () Lydiate and Maghull In Times Past – John K Rowlands () Nomenclature of the West Derby Hundred – Pamela B Russell ().

Lydiate Hall and its Associations. Ballantine, Hanson & Co. The Victoria County History of Lancashire. The Weld-Blundell Papers. Merseyside Records Office. Lydiate Manor. Lancashire Records Office. dd/in/63/39 dd/in/53/31 dd/in/53/ Coordinates. Lydiate Hall was a 16th-century hall in Lydiate, Merseyside, hall was a black-and-white half-timbered house, and was similar in design to Speke hall was accompanied by a private chapel.

It was a known Catholic house during the time of Elizabeth I of England, and the building contained at least three priest hall became a ruin in the early 20th century, and is now.

Lydiate Hall About The Ireland family that worshipped at St Catherine's Chapel (also in Lydiate) lived here after Lawrence Ireland built the hall circa and his initials can be seen carved into the doorway, from the hall.

Books and journals Gibson, Fr T E, Lydiate Hall and its Associations, (), O'Hanlon, D, St Catherines Chapel Lydiate; A Preliminary Review, (), Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of national importance.

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Brick and stone; part of roof remains, with stone slates; timber-framed hall now demolished completely. Basic L. The skylights in the Hall shared a similar fate, and the hail and rain came down in such quantities, that the interior was literally deluged ; the water which accumu- 50 lated on the roof, rushed down the staircases with the noise and rapidity of a torrent, bearing even articles of furniture on its course.

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