Darlaston Hall: engraving

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Date:1830

Description:'Darlaston Hall, Staffordshire.' Showing a building on a hill above woodland and a river. The building has a central rounded bay, with two wings, and each section has a domed roof. 'Drawn by F. Calvert; Engraved by T. Radclyffe; Published by W. Emans'.


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1900s
Church Party from Darlaston Hall, Stone
Church Party from Darlaston Hall, Stone

James Meakin with his family in an open carriage known as a Landau; they are dressed ...

1920s
Bernard Meakin, Staffordshire County Cricket Club,
Bernard Meakin, Staffordshire County Cricket Club,

Born at Darlaston Hall near Stone on 5 March 1885, Bernard Meakin was a member of ...

1950s
Glasshouses, Darlaston Hall Estate, Stone,
Glasshouses, Darlaston Hall Estate, Stone,

The Darlaston estate was owned by Burton Abbey, but during the Reformation the estate ...

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Donor ref:SV-VII.72d (45/9366)

Source: William Salt Library

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