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Lotherton Hall tour

Lotherton before 1903 extension

John Gascoigne purchased the farmland surrounding the hall in the 1540s but the hall did not become the property of the family until 1825 when both house and park were purchased by Richard Oliver Gascoigne. This view is taken prior to the 1903 extension during the time of Colonel Frederick R.T.T. Gascoigne and his wife, Mrs. Laura Gwendolen Gascoigne. The porch, on the west side of the building, left, was later used as a summerhouse. The photograph is dated later than 1896 as the porch was built here during alterations of that year. The bow facing south is part of the original Georgian villa once owned by Lamplugh Raper and purchased by Richard Oliver Gascoigne in 1825. Far right, on the east side, is the 1896 extension which incorporated the dining room. In later years this was substantially extended to the south. Colonel Gascoigne inherited Lotherton Hall in 1893 and made it into a family home. Mrs. Gascoigne created the gardens using her extensive knowledge of plants.

From the collection of Mr. Lawson Smith, the Gascoigne's agent, and given by his widow, Mrs. Smith.

Lotherton before 1903 extension
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