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Middleton Hall, near Wooler

Middleton Hall in Earle, near Wooler, was built in 1807. The hall was built on the site of a medieval basstle house and Middleton Hall (sometimes referred to as Mydleton Hall) was a medeival township.[1] Todays Middleton Hall is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. See: Middleton Hall Township.

Earle Historic Buildings and Monuments in Earle Civil Parish Wooler Middleton Hall Township, 1848 Grade II Listed 1807 Earle Civil Parish
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Middleton Hall

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- "Also known as, or recorded in historical documents as; Mydleton Hall In the civil parish of Earle....A survey of 1541 mentions that in the township of Middleton Hall are two …

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MIDDLETON HALL - Earle - List Entry
- "House. Dated 1807 for the Greenwich Hospital Commissioners. Rendered with ashlar dressings and Scottish slate roof. 2 storeys. Main block 3 x 2 bays with lower wings projecting to side …

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Middleton Hall (Earle)
- "Middleton Hall was built in 1807 by the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital, for their local agent George Hughes....."

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- Overview About Wooler Timeline Map Street View Wooler is an historic market town and parish in Northumberland, situated on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, and the Cheviot Hills. …


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List number: 1370920
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N1612
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9888025498


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