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Hough Hall

David Boyd Nov 18, 2015, 16:04 PM
Moston Hough Hall

Hough Hall is the oldest building in the Moston area and is situated on Hough Hall Road. The Hall was listed as a Grade II listed building on the 3 October, 1974] and was erected in approximately the 16th-17th centuries. HOUGH HALL was long the residence of a family named Halgh or Hough; the last of the line, Captain Robert Hough, took the king's side in the Civil War and had his estate sequestered. It was purchased in 1685 by James Lightbowne, and soon afterwards passed to the Minshulls of Chorlton. In or soon after 1774 it was purchased by Samuel Taylor, by whose representative it was sold about 1880 to the late Robert Ward, whose widow is the present owner and occupier
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