Hyde Hall, Denton

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Hyde Hall in Denton (grid reference SJ91809427) is Grade II* Listed Building and was home to a branch of the Hyde family of Denton and Hyde. The building was built partially in brick and stone and partially from timber. Below the Hyde coat of arms is an inscription dating the hall to at least 1625, and was probably originally built in the sixteenth or seventeenth century. In 1642 one of the residents of Hyde Hall, Robert Hyde, raised troops to aid the besieged Parliamentarians in Manchester during the English Civil War.[1] The hall is privately owned and is listed on the Buildings at Risk Register, rating its condition as "poor".[2]

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  1. ^ Mike Nevell (1991). Tameside 1066-1700. Tameside Metropolitan Borough and University of Manchester Archaeological Unit. pp. 72, 112, 136. ISBN 1-871324-02-5. 
  2. ^ "Hyde Hall, Town Lane". English Heritage. Retrieved 2008-06-20. 

Coordinates: 53°26′42″N 2°07′30″W / 53.44513°N 2.12492°W / 53.44513; -2.12492