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Haslington Hall

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Haslington Hall is a country house located in open countryside 1 km east of the village of Haslington, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. Early history It is difficult to trace the early history of the hall, because all early documents relating to the hall were kept in a bank vault in Manchester that was destroyed in 1940 during World War II bombing. The manor of Haslington was acquired by the Vernon family as a consequence of the 14th-century marriage of Sir Thomas Vernon to Joan Lostock, heiress of Haslington. The house was built by Admiral Sir Francis Vernon in 1545, and contains parts of the original medieval manor house, which are said to date back to 1480. Additions and alterations were made to it in the 16th, 17th and 19th centuries. It is claimed that some of the timbers used in the early phase of construction were salvaged fro
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