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Site of Aintree Hall, Aintree Lane, Aintree

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Former site of Aintree Hall, Aintree Lane, Aintree. (1) The earliest possible reference to Aintree Hall is a diary entry of 16th January 1712 which records a visit to Doctor Lathaoms housing, Aintry House. (2-4) The building is recorded on the Molyneux estate plan of Aintree of 1769, as No...

Coin hoard of William III guineas, Guinea Gap, Poulton-cum-Seacombe

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A hoard of William III guineas was apparently found in 1850. The area took the name from this discovery. (1)

17th century coins, found on the beach at Leasowe

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A collection of 17th century coins, found on the beach at Leasowe. (1) Dr Hume exhibited a curious little box, the property of Sir Edward Cust. It contains two guineas of 1670, a large gold bodkin, a Dutch silver coin of 1666 and a farthing of James II. These were all found on the beach at...

Site of Wallasey Hall, Church Hill, Wallasey

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Former site of Wallasey Hall, Church Hill, Wallasey, a 17th century building. (1) Above the rectory stood the Old Hall, a stone building of a type common in Wirral, with square mullioned windows and stone copings to the gables. A stone originally over the door, now in the Rectory garden, b...

Wallasey Old Rectory, Church Hill, Wallasey

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Wallasey Old Rectory, Church Hill, Wallasey, built in 1632. The building was renovated in the 1980s with a new extension added to the north. (1-2) The previous rectory had been a thatched building though had a brave parlour. This was replaced with a stone building by Dr Snell in 1632. The...

Site of Spital Old Hall, Spital

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Former site of Spital Old Hall, Spital, a late 17th century house. It was substantially extended in the 1850s. (1-2) The hall was built by the Briscoe family, a date stone over the door read B A and E (or T) over the date 1689. (3) The house was demolished in the mid 20th century.

Hollin Hey Farm, off Old Garswood Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield

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Hollin Hey Farm, off Old Garswood Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield. (1) From the National Heritage List for England: SJ 59 NW SENELEY GREEN OLD GARSWOOD ROAD (north side) 4/3 Hollin Hey Farmhouse (formerly listed under Downall 7.12.66 Green Road) G.V. II Farmhouse. Inscription on lintel TG 1680,...

Memorial Chapel, Harkirke, Burying Ground Plantation, Crosby Hall, Little Crosby

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Memorial Chapel, Harkirke, Burying Ground Plantation, Crosby Hall, Little Crosby. The chapel was built in 1889. Within it there is a stoop of unusual design made of soft yellow sandstone. The bowl is loose from the pedestal and bears the date 1668 and the initials TW and RI. Miss Margaret...

Site of Lawtons Barn, Leasowe Road, Wallasey

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Former site of Lawtons Barn, Leasowe Road, Wallasey. (1) Lawtons Barn had a date stone which read I H 1698. The barn is said to have been a tithe barn. (2) The building is recorded on the Tithe map of 1842 as No. 160, owned by Robert Vyner and occupied by Samuel Harrison. (3-4) The buildin...

No. 3 Village Road, West Kirby

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No. 3 Village Road, West Kirby, a late 17th century house. Rendered white, sandstone two storey building with stone beam supports beneath the roof and a decorative string course at roof level. The date stone reads I T A 1699. Previously Listed Grade III: Date 1699. Roughcast to local sands...