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Title: Goldsborough Hall, from the South East. - HLS05818

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Title

Goldsborough Hall, from the South East. - HLS05818

Subject

Architecture, Buildings, Gardens, Hall

Description

Slide 3 - Goldsborough Hall is mentioned in Domesday Book, and before the conquest, a Saxon thane named Merlesuam held the manor. It then came to the De Vescy family by whom it was granted in the 13th Century to the knightly family of Goldsborough, who derived their name from the Township.

The ancient family of Goldsborough held the manor and made Goldsborough its home for more than four centuries. No vestige of their Manor House remains, this being pulled down in 1587, and the present house erected. The view shows the Hall from the south east taken from the park.

Creator

George Hepworth

Source

Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society

Date

1905 , 1900s

Rights

PHDA - Hebden Bridge Local History Society

Identifier

HLS05818.tif

Citation

George Hepworth, “Goldsborough Hall, from the South East. - HLS05818,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed December 18, 2018, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/7214.

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