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Converted barn, Hall Cross
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The name of the hamlet would seem to originate in the practice of placing of stone crosses along the roads of the Fylde. There is one of these in Hall Cross at the end of Hillock Lane. Such crosses are thought to mark resting places for funeral processions where the burial place was to be in an adjacent parish to the deceased's own.
- "Photos of Hall Cross Farmhouse - Freckleton - Lancashire - England". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
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