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Arrowebrook Farmhouse, Arrowe Brook Lane, Arrowe

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Arrowebrook Farmhouse, Arrowe Brook Lane, Arrowe, a mid 18th century farmhouse, restored in the late 19th century. The building stands on a three course sandstone plinth and is brick-built. It is of two storeys, plus attics, with a slate roof and casement windows. It has two date stones, o...

Derbyshire House, Crank Road, Billinge (Higher End)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Derbyshire House, Crank Road, Billinge (Higher End). (1) The property is shown on Yates map of 1786. (2) It is labelled as Derbyshire House on the 1st edition 25 OS map of 1893. Note that while the CURRENT LISTING DESCRIPTION states that the house had a date stone reading TD 1702 (which wa...

Old Hall Farm, Moreton

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Old Hall Farm, Moreton, an early 18th century building. Rendered white, brick-built farmhouse with slate roof and brick chimneys. A date stone on the south front reads WDM 1719. (1-2) The house was built by Daniel and Mary Wilson. (3-4) The building was converted into offices in 1988.

PINFOLD FARM

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

See also 4395-011; -039 24.6.97 (AB-J)

Well House Farm, Frankby Road, Frankby

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Well House Farm, Frankby Road, Frankby, has a datestone that reads R Y E 1730. (1-2) The date stone may be referring to Robert Young, who married Elizabeth Tyson in 1723. (3) According to the Tithe map of 1844 and its apportionment, the farm at Plot No. 60 was owned and occupied at that ti...

Three Lanes End Farm, Saughall Massie

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Three Lanes End Farm, Saughall Massie, an early 18th century farmhouse. The farmhouse is of brick with sandstone quoins on a sandstone plinth. There is a brick string course at the first floor level. There was a date stone in the east gable which read D T K 1721. To the north and east ther...

Site of Arrowehouse Farm, Arrowe Boork Road, Arrowe

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Former site of Arrowehouse Farm, Arrowe Boork Road, Arrowe, an early 18th century house. (1) The house had a date stone which read F T F 1716. Below this was a second stone which read Restored 1899 W.O.N.S.. These initials stand for William Otho Nicholson Shaw. (2) The farm was demolished...

Site of Copper Works, Later Stanley Bank Farm, near Stanley Bank Way, Ashton-in-Makerfield

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Former site of a copper works, later the site of Stanley Bank Farm, near Stanley Bank Way, Ashton-in-Makerfield. (1-2) The facility was built in 1773 by Thomas Patten, this was the first copper smelting works to be established in St Helens. They were taken over in 1785 by the Mona Mine Com...

Site of Boxwood Farm, Greasby Road and Old Pump Lane, Greasby

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The former site of the mid 18th century, Boxwood Farm, at the junction of Greasby Road and Old Pump Lane, Greasby. (1-2) The farmhouse had a date stone reading T / Y/ M / 1734 carved in relief with a heart on either side of the Y. It was thought that the initials belonged to the Younge fam...

Site of Farmhouse of Smailes (Kings / Pear Tree) Farm, Kings Road, Higher Bebington

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The former site of farmhouse of Smailes Farm, also known as Kings Farm or Pear Tree Farm Kings Road, Higher Bebington. (1) The house had a date stone that read C / I / I / 1734, and was built by Charles Inglefield. (2) According to the Tithe map of 1844 and its apportionment, the Building...