Rothwell Wiki:Carlton

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Places in Carlton
Buildings Carlton Hall Farmhouse
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People from Carlton


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Name Built Type Heritage status
Carlton Hall Farmhouse
16th century Manor house Listed
Carlton Hall Farmhouse is a 16th century home and Grade II listed building in the village of Carlton. The home was formerly the manor house for the lords of Carlton and has had extensive alterations, particularly in the 18th century. The house was the birth place of Thurstan Hunt (c.1555 - 3rd April 1601), a Catholic priest, who was hung, drawn and quartered in Lancashire after being captured while attempting to rescue a fellow priest, and who was beatified by Pope John Paul II on November 22nd 1987.



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