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Gerrard's Bromley Hall

Gerrard's Bromley Hall, SE of Ashley, Staffordshire.
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Gerrard's Bromley Hall.
Print in The Natural History of Staffordshire, Robert Plot, 1686.
This is plate VI, on p.103, which is unfortunately missing in this copy.
This copy is from Staffordshire County Council. From William Salt Library.
See more images at Staffordshire County Council.

Gerrard's Bromley Hall was an Elizabethan mansion.
Built by Sir Gilbert Gerard around 1575.
Demolished 1750s.

Ancient farm buildings remain in the current "Bromley Hall" farm.

Site of Gerrard's Bromley Hall.
From old map. Surveyed: 1879. Published: 1889.

Surviving farm buildings and grand gateway at site of the demolished Gerrard's Bromley Hall.
Photo 2008 by Simon Huguet. From Geograph.

Surviving Elizabethan farm building at Gerrard's Bromley Hall.
Photo 2008 by Simon Huguet. From Geograph.

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