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Stanlawe Grange at Aigburth. by Charles R. Hand

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Published by Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire in Liverpool .
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Coordinates Stanlawe Grange in Aigburth, Liverpool, England, is the remains of a 13th-century monastic grange Little remains of the original cruck frame structure. It has been constantly changed and now is a small sandstone structure. Stanlawe Grange, a late 13th century cruck building and granary. Some original features of the grange have survived dating from , however, the building has been modified significantly with alterations carried out in the 15th, 16th, 17th and 20th centuries. Stanlawe Grange was the grange for the Cistercian monks at Stanlaw Abbey (also spelt. 46/25 (Stanlawe Grange and The Granary) G.V. II* 2 houses. Late C13 cruck building with later work including C15, C16, C17 and modern - it was a grange of Stanlaw Abbey. Front red sandstone with new windows and dormers, with. ★ Stanlawe Grange. Stanlawe Grange in Aigburth, Liverpool, England, the remains of a 13th century monastic Grange. Little remains of the original construction of the oak frame. It is constantly changing and now is a small building of Sandstone.

Stanlawe Grange Upper Barn (medieval) was possibly used for mass in the post-reformation period, as suggested by a decorative window at the south east end. It was demolished in (8) Stanlawe Grange, Abbot’s Grange/ Aigburth Hall, first documentary reference made in , thought to have been the home of Adam de Gerstan, marked on. Coordinates: 53°21′58″N 2°55′01″W  /  °N °W  / Stanlawe Grange in Aigburth, Liverpool, England is the remains of a 13th century monastic grange. Little remains of the original cruck frame structure. It has been constantly changed and now is a small sandstone structure. External links.   Hi All The existing structure of Stanlawe Grange on the north side of Aigburth Hall Avenue close to Aigburth Road was originally a medieval cruck (oak beam) and sandstone farm building that was converted in the 's to residential use. It is the oldest existing structure in the city of Liverpool. The building was in existence at least as far back as , it seems, according to a record . Stanlawe Grange at Aigburth Charles R. Hand. A Stanley coffer, Reginald Threlfall Bailey. The recently discovered plans of old St. Nicholas’s Church, Liverpool Henry Peet. Early plans of Liverpool. Dame Mary Moore W. Fergusson Irvine. Impressions of armorial seals of Cheshire gentry, made by Elias Ashmole in J. Paul Rylands.

STANLAWE GRANGE AT AIGBURTH By Charles R. Hand Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. I hope to show these images on a future post. Robert the Evangelical Churchman. I found a short biography in the Liverpool Library Archives in a publication called ‘Protestant Search-Light’ of which he was the editor. This. St Austin's Roman Catholic Church Aigburth Road Grassendale Garston Liverpool L19 0NU Aigburth is a very old centre of Catholicism, the Church having land and a chapel at Stanlawe Grange and Aigburth Hall until the Reformation, but in the s provision for local Catholics in this predominantly rural district was very poor. The only surviving evidence that the monks were once in South Liverpool is Stanlawe Grange. This stands at No. 2 Aigburth Hall Drive, in Grassendale, and was built around , as a large, cruck-frame barn for the storage of livestock and produce; and with accommodation for 3 or 4 monks. Stanlawe Grange was once part and parcel of a cluster of buildings which included Aigburth Hall. Aigburth Hall once stood across the road, on a site now occupied by s semi-detached houses. Unfortunately, much of the original Hall, and some barns, is lost.