Ruins

Anglezarke Moor contains many ruined farms, the remnants of which are slipping off the Ordnance Survey maps over the years as surely as the stones and timbers are fading on the landscapes.  There are quite a few properties listed here now, but do also check other sites such as http://www.white-coppice.co.uk/ which are on the fringes of the area.

The act of 1902 had a three-year window.

The act of 1902 had a three-year window.

The farms were all taken over by the Liverpool Corporation in the period 1902-1905, when they deemed it fit to destroy all properties within their water catchment area.

I’m looking to list all the ruins of Anglezarke Moor on the site.  Currently, the list is as follows:

If you have anything to add regarding this section, please get in touch!

Richard Skelton has painstakingly compiled a list from all the available mapping sources:

Abbots, Alance, Albion Villa, Bradley's, Brinks, Brown Hill Farm, Calico Hall, Cliff, Clump, Coppice Stile House, Coomb, Drinkwaters, Finch's Land, Gills, Gir' Nest, Great Hill Farm, Grimes, Grut, Heapey Moor Farm, Hempshaws (Higher and Lower), High Bullough, Higher Knoll, Hollinshead Hall, Jepson's, Keck, The Lord's Hall, Lyon's Den, Moor Edge, Moses Cocker's, Naylors, New Temple, Nightingale's, Old Brooks, Old George's, Old Isaac's, Old Kate's, Old Knowles, Old Lord's, Old Rachel's, Old Will's, Pall Mill, Parson's Bullough, Peewet Hall, Pendennis, Piccadilly, Pimms, Ratten Clough, Rough Lee, Siddow Fold (Gamekeeper's Cottage), Simms, Scott Hall, Solomon's Temple, Sour Mik Hall, Stone's House, Stoops, Turner's, White Hall, Wilcock's, Wilkinson Bullough.

There are also unnamed ruins that were rubble even at the time of the earliest available maps.  These will be explored in more detail, also.

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