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William Stokoe (1786 - 1855)

William Stokoe (1786-1855) was a Newcastle-based builder and architect, and son of John Stokoe (1756-1836), who he worked with.

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- Overview Map Hartford Hall is a large country house located by Hartford Bridge near Bedlington in Northumberland. The Hall was built in 1807 by William Stokoe for William Burdon (1764–1818), …
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William Stokoe - architect died April 1855 aged 69 years

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