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Beck House in Giggleswick: the house and its builder

Hoyle, R. W. (2019) Beck House in Giggleswick: the house and its builder. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 91 (1). pp. 131-143. ISSN 2045-0664

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1080/00844276.2019.1624423

Abstract/Summary

Beck House in Giggleswick has been largely overlooked by local and architectural historians. Its architectural quality raises the question of when it was built and by whom. Whilst offering a description of the house, this paper draws on the title deeds and other materials to show that the builder was almost certainly one Charles Nowell (d. 1749), a gentleman with connections to the legal and gentry circles of north Craven and who may have been a lawyer himself. The house was probably erected soon after Nowell’s acquisition of the site in 1720. Parallels are explored.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Humanities > History
ID Code:84701
Publisher:Taylor & Francis

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