Throwley Old Hall

Throwley old Hall standing on a flat head of open moorland with a southerly aspect, and a fine view down the Manifold valley. The Hall was an open well-lit residence built in the later fifteenth century by the Meverell family, The house was remodeled in the sixteenth century. The property passed by marriage in 1626 to Thomas, Lord Cromwell. It can be noted the ruin is similar to the fifteenth-century window heads lighting the day stair at Croxden Abbey

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