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Osmondthorpe Old Hall, Osmondthorpe Lane

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LIE Osmondthorpe (browsing neg no 54)
Osmondthorpe Old Hall, Osmondthorpe Lane
c1910. View of a stone built house with shutters on the ground floor window. It was known as Osmondthorpe Old Hall. An earlier hall had been demolished and was rebuilt in 1814. Several families have been associated with Osmondthorpe Old Hall over the centuries including the Ibbetsons and the Skeltons. Osmondthorpe Old Hall, demolished in the 1930s, was situated on the east side of Osmondthorpe Lane and is sometimes confused with the mansion called 'Osmondthorpe Hall' which dated from the 1720s and stood off the west side. In 1886 part of the grounds were sold to the council by John Robinson, the last owner of Osmondthorpe Hall. The land was used to create East End Park. Osmondthorpe Hall was destroyed when it caught fire in 1924. Photo by Alf Mattison.

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