John Stokoe (1756-1836)


John Stokoe (1756-1836) was a Newcastle-based builder and architect. His most famous building is Moot Hall in Newcastle. Stokoe also designed the Sunderland Exchange and the Low Light and High Light in North Shields. His son, William Stokoe, worked with him in many of the buildings by Stokoe of Newcastle.

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The Moot Hall

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The Guildhall

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High Light, North Shields

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Moot Hall, Newcastle
- Overview About Moot Hall Map Street View Moot Hall on Castle Garth in Newcastle was built between 1810 and 1812, designed by John Stokoe, as Northumberland County Court and Prisons. ...
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Low Light, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The "New" Low Light on North Shields Fish Quay was built 1805-1808 by Trinity House and first lit in 1810.[1]. In conjunction with the High Light in ...
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High Light, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The "New" High Light, on Tyne Street, North Shields was built in 1807, designed by John Stokoe for Trinity House, and first lit in 1810.[1]. In conjunction with the Low Light on the North Shields Fish Quay, the ...
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Sunderland Exchange
- Overview Map Sunderland, 197 High Street East. Originally built as the Sunderland Exchange in 1812-1814, designed by John and William Stokoe of Newcastle; builder George Cameron of Esk. Later the building ...

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