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SAHB008.jpg

Title:SAHB008.jpg
Description:Horner House Farm Newton Grange built 1662 rebuilt 1828 now demolished.Horner House is believed to have been named by one John Horner. The 1662 date stone is now part of Newton Grange boundary wall. There were two farms and a cottage with thirty acres of land, including a penfold. The Broadheads acquired it from Amos Ridal, it has been used as a joiner’s shop, a bakery and a slaughter house. The last occupants were Harry Newton and sons. The whole area became known as Horner House and still is, although the original farmstead has been demolished.
Date uploaded:21st January 2011
File type:JPG
Reference:SAHB008
Type:Photographs
Subject:Horner House
Location:Stocksbridge Area - Horner House

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