Preston Patrick Hall

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    "A late-14th-century house with 15th- and 17th-century alterations.1 The upper room on the right was used as a courtroom for the Court Baron: several Quakers, including Thomas Camm, appeared there for non-payment of tithes. Thomas Machell says: Here I saw preston Hal which giues Name to that family — an old rambling house with slender tower ouer the Gate; the Lower Rooms all pavd with Cobbles..." Image by Meg Twycross, 1 April 2003, in The Journeys of George Fox 1652 - 1653, Lancaster University.
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    Lancaster University - The Journeys of George Fox 1652 - 1653
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    Link: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/quakers/links/pp_hall.html
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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