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Adlington Hall, Cheshire

Adlington Hall, Cheshire

the home of the Leghs of Adlington.

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Published by English Life in [s.l.] .
Written in English

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  • Legh, -- family, ofAdlington.

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    Genealogy profile for Robert Legh, of Adlington Hall Robert Legh, IV ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Robert Legh, IV ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living s: Matilda de Leigh, Isabel de Belgrave, of Belgrave, Sir Robert Legh, Knt., of Adlington.


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One of the most beautiful country homes in England, Adlington Hall lies in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, set in glorious gardens and surrounded by the impressive and picturesque acre Adlington estate.

More about us. ADLINGTON HALL CHESHIRE: THE HOME OF THE LEGHS OF ADLINGTON. Paperback – January 1, by No : No Author. Visit Adlington Hall We’d love to see you. Our home, architecture, gardens and history are here for you to enjoy. We welcome pre-booked private group visits any time throughout.

Visits to the House. The highlight of any visit to the house is The Great Hall. Here you’ll find the Great Organ, arguably one of England’s most important 17th Location: Mill Lane, Adlington, Macclesfield, SK10 4LF, Cheshire.

Maps OS 6" to 1 mile: Cheshire sh 1st edition published OS 25" to 1 mile: Cheshire sheet1st edition published Archival items The Adlington Hall Cheshire book papers are held at Adlington Hall Hall. They include plans of Adlington ofearly C19, and Adlington Hall lies in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, set in glorious gardens and surrounded by the acre Adlington estate.

One of the most beautiful country homes in England, the Hall reflects both the history of English architecture and the year story of a single family, the Leghs.

Adlington Hall, the home of the Leghs of Adlington, sincewas built on the site Adlington Hall a hunting-lodge which stood in the Forest of Macclesfield in The two oak trees still stand and support the east end of the hall, which was built between and Adlington Hall There Cheshire book a house here as early aswhen the Legh, or Leigh, family built a hunting lodge in the forest of Macclesfield, and the Legh family have remained owners ever since.

The current house is a product of the 14th century, begun in. ADLINGTON HALL IS CURRENTLY CLOSED Adlington Hall and Gardens One of the most beautiful country homes in England, Adlington Hall reflects both the history of English architecture and the year story of a single family, the Leghs.

Origins and The Norman ConquestLocation: Mill Lane, Adlington, Macclesfield, SK10 4LF, Cheshire. Successive generations of De Leghs carried out additions and alterations at Adlington, but the Hall still retained its ancient splendour.

It was quadrangular in shape, and was in early times surrounded by a moat. The Great Hall was built between andand there were additions in typical black-and-white half-timbered Cheshire style, in Get in touch with Adlington Hall and Gardens.

Find our contact details and get in touch with a member of our team today. Adlington Hall and Gardens, Mill Lane, Adlington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 4LF. Phone: Phone us: Email us: [email protected] View in Google Maps.

ENQUIRY FORM. Name*. Adlington Hall & Gardens is conveniently situated between Wilmslow and Prestbury in the Cheshire countryside and is ideal for individual, family or groups days out/5(73).

ADLINGTON HALL ESTATE The Wigan Corporation have decided to purchase the Adlington Hall estate, Lancashire, which consists of acres, and includes Adlington Hall, the ancient seat of the Clayton family, as well as Adlington Lodge and Worthington Lodge, situate on the land, for the sum of £4, The estate is onFile Size: KB.

When important decisions demand a clear head, room to breathe and inspirational surroundings, you’ll find just the right meeting room and conference facilities at Cheshire’s Adlington Hall. With a choice of 3 unique, historic and self-contained areas, our Cheshire conference venue provides space for private, board room level discussion, product launches and Cheshire book for up to Location: Mill Lane, Adlington, Macclesfield, SK10 4LF, Cheshire.

Overview One of the most beautiful homes in England, Adlington Hall, home of the Leghs from was built on the site of a Hunting Lodge in the Forest of Macclesfield in Two oaks, part of the original building, remain rooted in the ground supporting the east end of the Great Hall.

Hotels near Adlington Hall: ( km) Mottram Hall ( km) White House Manor ( km) Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa ( km) Farm Cottage, Hall Moss Farm, Hall Moss Lane, Bramhall, SK7 1RB.

( km) Best Western Plus Manchester Airport Wilmslow Pinewood Hotel; View all hotels near Adlington Hall on Tripadvisor/5(73). Adlington Hall was a Georgian country house, now demolished, in Adlington, Lancashire, England, between Wigan and Chorley.

The house was constructed in of red brick and stone on rising ground. It consisted of two storeys, having a seven bay frontage with a central three bay pediment. History [ edit ]Town or city: Adlington, Lancashire.

ADLINGTON HALL near Macclesfield, Cheshire, was orginally built as a Hunting lodge before the Norman Conquest and early in the thirteenth century it was granted to the Norman family of "de Corona". In Thomas de Corona gave Adlington to his sister Ellen and her husband for the remainder of their lives, thence passing to Robert de Legh.

Adlington Hall, Cheshire, England. Adlington Hall is a country house in Cheshire, England. The oldest part of the existing building, the Great Hall, was constructed between and ; the east wing was added in Adlington & District History - Old photos and more.

likes. Bringing you information on the local history of the parishes of Adlington, Anderton, Heath Charnock and ers: Adlington is a civil parish in Cheshire East, contains 50 buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as designated listed these, one is listed at Grade I, the highest grade, two are listed at Grade II*, the.

Capesthorne Hall is a country house near the village of Siddington, Cheshire, England. The house and its private chapel were built in the early 18th century, replacing an earlier hall and chapel nearby.

They were built to Neoclassical designs by William Smith and his son Francis. Read more about Capesthorne Hall's history and features. The Organ of Adlington Hall, Cheshire An introduction and recital by Jonathan Scott Music Performed: Henry Purcell () Round O – Abdelazer Z George Frederic Handel () Sonata.

Adlington Hall, Macclesfield: See 73 reviews, articles, and 53 photos of Adlington Hall, ranked No.6 on Tripadvisor among 26 attractions in Macclesfield/5(73). Hotels near Adlington Hall: ( mi) Mottram Hall ( mi) White House Manor ( mi) Shrigley Hall Hotel & Spa ( mi) Farm Cottage, Hall Moss Farm, Hall Moss Lane, Bramhall, SK7 1RB.

( mi) Best Western Plus Manchester Airport Wilmslow Pinewood Hotel; View all hotels near Adlington Hall on Tripadvisor/5(73).

Stuart Raymond, in Cheshire: A Genealogical Bibliography, Vol. 2 lists as a source Cheshire families: Legh of Adlington in Advertiser Notes and Queries, 1,The hall is now in two distinct parts. The north and east sides are from the 15th and 16th centuries and are half timbered.

APART from some periods spent abroad, Diana has lived with her family in Disley since the s. She plays an active part in local affairs, serving on the scout committee and leading the local branch of East Cheshire Hospice.

She has been a Disley Parish Councillor for nine years some of which time has been as : Macclesfield Express. Played by Anne Page. Recorded on 3rd and 4th September by kind permission of Mrs Camilla Legh as a project sponsored by Mander Organs and P H Music in memory of Noel Mander ().

Some. Stay Blackpool Presidents Ball at The Imperial Hotel This event is an end of season "Wrap Party" attended by anyone who is someone in Blackpool (and us). The President of Stay Blackpool Helen Mansell, Vice President Claire Smith & Company Secretary Peter Taylor and the Directors of Stay Blackpool put on a seriously phenominal bash!Author: Flower Design Events.

About Us A scattered village nestling in gorgeous countryside north of Macclesfield. Coal mining took place in the area and following the completion of the Macclesfield Canal in it could more easily be transported.

Adlington Hall is only open to the public on Summer Sundays and this is the first time we've been in the right place at the right time to see inside.

It really is quirkily beautiful, and very interesting architecturally - the Tudor building still very much in evidence, with a /5(74). The hall is mentioned in Cheshire Country Houses, by Peter de Figueiredo and Julian Treuhertz, Phillimore, Chichester, The Leghs had an Elizabethan mansion of which only the chapel remains.

The house was replaced by one designed by John Hope and built between and for Henry Cornwall Legh. Come and join us for a splendid day out at our new Cheshire Bazaar venue, an outdoor fair in the grounds of the historic hall, with a spectacular range of antiques, vintage & artisan stalls.

Entry: £3, Concessions £2, Under 16s Free. Hotel in Wilmslow ( miles from Adlington Hall) Just 30 minutes’ drive from Manchester, this hotel is nestled in the beautiful Cheshire countryside, next to the River Dean.

It boasts free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and free parking on site. Thomas Legh (–), the twelfth in succession, was twice High Sheriff of Cheshire ( and ) and a Colonel in the Royalist Army during the Civil War.

He lost Adlington Hall in December but regained it later. In February the house was again ge(s): English. Adlington Hall and Gardens, Macclesfield. 2, likes 3 talking about this 7, were here. Adlington Hall and Gardens is a premier location set in the Cheshire countryside just south of /5(77).

His only son died at Sevastopol and Adlington Hall passed to James Robert Browne Clayton the Claytons the hall was occupied in turn by John Gerrard, a cotton manufacturer and Benjamin Davies, owner of the Huyton the hall and acres of land were bought by Wigan /5(51).

Stuart Raymond, in Cheshire: A Genealogical Bibliography, Vol. 2 includes as a source Legh of Norbury Booths Hall, Cheshire, by J. Paul Rylands in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 4th. series 1,which contains family notes from a devotional book.

Adlington Hall and Gardens, Macclesfield. 2, likes 46 talking about this 7, were here. Adlington Hall and Gardens is a premier location set in the Cheshire countryside just south of /5(79). Adlington's original station building is now privately owned, although there are still shelters on both platforms.

Adlington Hall and Gardens are located a short distance from the station, as well as Adlington village shops. A customer help point is located on the Macclesfield platform.

Adlington railway station — can refer to:*Adlington (Lancashire) railway station *Adlington (Cheshire) railway station Wikipedia. Adlington Hall — is a manor house in Cheshire dating back to Saxon times.

It has been the home of the Legh family since It is a Grade I. My Legh ancestors: The following history on the Warren line includes segments from the book: "Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith" See also Wikipedia article "Leghs of Adlington.

" Hamon Legh of West-Hall in High Legh, in Cheshire, about the time of Henry is incontrovertibly clear from Domesday Book that the Saxon lords of High Legh were ejected at the Conquest, and .Adlington, Cheshire is a village and civil parish and home to Adlington Hall, a country house with a great hall that was constructed between and This latter village was ancestral home to the Leghs.

Early History of the Adlington family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Adlington research.Home of the Legh family sinceAdlington Hall is one of the oldest and most historic Cheshire houses.

The 2, acre Estate contains parkland landscaped in the 18th century in the style of 'Capability Brown' complete with ha-ha.