The Village, Consall

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Description:The name Consall means 'Cuna's (from the Danish for king) hall'. The village was a former township in the ancient parish of Cheddleton and since the 13th century was part of the estate owned by the Draycott family. In 1866 the village became a separate civil parish. Just outside the village are Consall Old Hall, built in the 17th century, and Consall New Hall, built in 1810. There is a small chapel along the road to Consall New Hall, which was built for the local miners

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Creators: F. Frith & Co. Ltd. - Creator

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Source: Leek Library

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