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Warrant to Execute King Charles IA scan of a print of a postcard of a facsimile of the Warrant to execute King Charles I. First signature is John Bradshawe of Marple Hall.55555
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Marple Hall Clock TowerAs the caption says, Marple Hall Stables and Clock Tower with a particularly good view of the Sun Dial now in Memorial Park in its original position.55555
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Judge John Brabshawe's Bible BoxJudge John Brabshawe's Bible Box, now owned by Marmaduke Alderson.55555
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Marple Hall Date StoneThis is a photograph of a postcard which probably dates from the late 1950s, after the hall was demolished. From the Marple Civic Society Archives. 55555
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People at Marple HallBetty Tunstall, right, in the grounds of Marple Hall with a friend called Joan who'd obviously been in the wars!55555
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Toilets on Recreation GroundStone from the Hall was used to build many things around Marple, including these toilets.55555
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Marple Hall CottagesCottages attached to the stables at Marple Hall. Provided by Janet Holmes.55555
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Marple Hall Ante RoomA fascinating view down the corridor to the Ante Room at Marple Hall with glimpses of other rooms off to each side, 1902.55555
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Marple Hall Ante RoomA tantilising view of the Ante Room at Marple Hall looking down the stairs from the Drawing Room in 1902.55555
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Marple Hall from the fieldsThis image of cows in the fields around Marple Hall looks like a painting. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Marple Hall c1940Cicely Alderson outside Marple Hall in 1940. Provided by Marmaduke Alderson.55555
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Winnington Family Coat of ArmsThe Winnington family, of Offerton, coat of arms from the hall in possession of Marple Hall School. Catherine, daughter of Ralph Winnington married Henry Bradshawe II in 1594 and was mother to John and Henry Bradshawe.55555
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