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MIDDLETON HALL

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Medieval moated monastic grange and fishpond complex surviving as earthworks. Site of chapel and Middleton Hall.
This is the site of Mid-Easton recorded in Domesday Book, a possesion of St Werburgh's Church, Chester. In 1236 it was granted to Norton Priory and became a monastic grange. A domestic chapel was extant there in 1425, and it is believed that this continued to function as such after the Reformation, until replaced by Middleton Hall.

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