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Toll House, Newton Manor Lodge, Town Street

History of Newton Manor

Listed building:

Toll-house, now lodge house. Early C19, extended c.1850. Gault brick and Welsh slate roof with coped gables, ornamental cresting and elaborate central ridge stack.

1901 (census): The Lodge

William Cro, 73, retired foreman, b Essex

Martha, 67, b Herts


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