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15-04-2006, 10:37 PM
Please can someone tell me if these are 2 different places or not!!
Someone I am researching was supposed to have been brought to this country at the beginning of the last century by the owner of shuskoke Hall but I can't find it on the local census.
15-04-2006, 11:17 PM
In what sense can't you find it?
In the 1901 census RG 13/2894 f 34 p 2 has Shustoke House and Blyth Hall on it - both well equipped with servants!
Is it one of those?
16-04-2006, 12:15 AM
The 1891 os map seems to show Shustoke Hall and Shustoke House as different places.
It is the Hall that I am interested in.
16-04-2006, 10:05 AM
Sorry can't help there. I'll pass to someone with the local knowledge. Have you tried the Record Office?
16-07-2006, 8:41 AM
Formerley the site of the Huntbach family's Shustkoe Farm, the house was built around 1680. The house is surrounded by a walled moat.
The home of the Croxall family, the principal landowners of Shustoke who reputedly moved here from the Old Manor House. It stood of the road to the south between Castle Lane and the railway bridge. The house suffered badly after being used as a billet during the 1939-45 War. Shustoke House was demolished in 1947.
24-09-2007, 11:16 PM
I have a copy of the 1871 Census record showing the Dugdale Family living at Blyth Hall, Shustoke, Warwickshire. Details Civil Parish: Shustoke, Town: Shustoke, Registration District: Meriden, Sub-regist district Coleshill, Enum. district: 11, Household schedule No: 63. I think Mr. William Dugdale was a solicitor/lawyer?:
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