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Foxdenton Hall L01059

"The Foxdenton heritage started in the early 1400's when Elizabeth Radcliffe married her cousin Robert Radcliffe and they built the first Foxdenton Hall as their home. William Radcliffe, the "Foxdenton Redhead", rebuilt the Hall in 1620. He was killed together with his son and heir, Robert fighting for his country at the Battle of Edgehill in 1642, and it was Alexander (Radclyffe) who was responsible for rebuilding the hall in 1700 as it is seen today. The last of the Radclyffes was Charles Robert Eustace who died in 1953 and brought to an end the long line of Radclyffes, who had lived in Foxdenton Hall." SEE http://www.chadderton-hs.freeuk.com/page2-fox-hall.htm
Also SEE
http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-212409-foxdenton-hall-chadderton

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Category:Architecture and Structures
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Keywords:Chadderton, Foxdenton, Hall, Lancashire, Oldham, architecture, buildings, family history, houses, radcliffe family, radclyffe

Foxdenton Hall L01059