Hutton Hall, Guisborough

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Hutton Hall was built in 1866 for Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease, the son of Joseph Pease one of the key players in the Stockton & Darlington Railway
Hutton Hall, Guisborough
Pease became first Baronet of Hutton Lowcross and Pinchinthorpe in 1882.

In 1902 a Bank crash forced the Pease family to sell the Hutton Hall estate, this photo is from the sale catalogue

During the Spanish Civil War the Hall was used to house Basque refugee children.

2 thoughts on “Hutton Hall, Guisborough

  1. Ruth Pennyman of Ormesby Hall brought the Basque children over to this area, we had an exhibition at Ormesby Hall a few years ago and some of the children stayed in this area, their grandchildren came along to the exhibition.

  2. I am trying to locate a farm on the Pinchinthorpe estate in c 1712 which was described in the newspaper advert as being at Bleakmonby. Does anyone know where this would be please?

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