Marton Hall postcard

Country: England

Region (County/State / Province): Shropshire


Contact: Steve Jackson

Study Description 

Marton Hall was the seat of the Atcherley family in the Shropshire parish of Myddle from the 1600s (when it was built by Thomas Atcherley II) until the early 1900s. It was demolished, and a new hall was built nearby, in 1913-14. I have researched the hall, its Atcherley occupants, and some of those to whom the house was let when the Atcherleys did not live there, as part of my Atcherley one-name or surname study. In making the property the subject of a formal house history / one-place study, I hope to expand my existing research and find out more about Marton Hall and its occupants, including the servants.


1600s to 1914


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