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The House is thought to have been a workhouse in part of the 19th century.
The building was listed in 1984 with listing particulars as follows.
SP 84 NW HANSLOPE MARKET SQUARE 4/85 No. 2 (Stafford House) - GV II House. C17 altered. 2 storeys and attic. Coursed rubblestone. Coped gables ends. Modern interlocking tile roof. Flanking stacks, left hand one corbelled out at 1st floor. 4 small 2-light swept dormers. 3 bays of triple casements, doorway and one light casement between on ground floor. Timber lintel. Back has projecting 2 bays, 2 storey rubblestone wing. At rear of main block is C17 stack in stone with 2 diagonal brick shafts. RCHM II 137 MON 8.
The following photographs are available. Click on a thumbnail to view full image or click see larger images here.
Stafford House c1994
Stafford House 1940s
Stafford House from Church Tower, 1957
Stafford House 2006
The following people are associated with Stafford House:
|Name||Year of Birth||Year of Interest||Source||Occupation/Notes||Probability|
|Jane Woodland||1846||1891||Census||Shop Keeper||60%|
|Jane Woodland||1846||1901||Census||General shopkeeper||70%|
|Jane Woodland||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Sarah Jane Woodland||1846||1911||Census||Shop Keeper General Store||100%|
|Ann York||1856||1901||Census||General Shopkeeper||60%|
|Ann York||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Henry Yorke||1847||1911||Census||General Labourer||60%|
|Trustees Hanslop Poor||1779||Survey 1779||Owner||100%|
|Henry Clarke||1803||1851||Census||Master Wheelwright||50%|
|William Moss||1863||1891||Census||Factory Lab.||30%|
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