Hoar Cross Hall

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Description:Hoar Cross Hall was built between 1862 and 1871 by Henry Clutton. It was begun by Hugo Meynell-Ingram just before his marriage in 1863 to Emily Charlotte, daughter of Sir Charles Wood, Bt. On 26 May 1871 Hugo Meynell-Ingram was killed in a hunting accident, and his widow had the Church of the Holy Angels built in his memory.

The Meynells left Hoar Cross Hall in 1952. The Hall was purchased by William Bickerton Jones and his wife Gwyneth in 1970. In 1989 it was purchased by businessman Steve Joynes and opened as a health spa resort which opened in April 1991.

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Donor ref:p.2019.21.0062 (37/40202)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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