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Darley Hall, the seat of Robert Holden Esquire

James Peller Malcolm and J Baker1770/1810

Derbyshire Record Office

Derbyshire Record Office
Matlock, United Kingdom

Engraved by James Peller Malcolm (1767-1815) from a drawing or painting by J Baker (probably dated to the late eighteenth century), this print shows Darley Hall at Darley Abbey near Derby. The hall was extended by Derby architect Joseph Pickford in the 1760s. In the 1830s it became the home of the Evans family who owned cotton and paper mills in Darley Abbey, now part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. It was demolished in 1962.

Details

  • Title: Darley Hall, the seat of Robert Holden Esquire
  • Creator: James Peller Malcolm, J Baker
  • Date Created: 1770/1810
  • Location Created: Darley Abbey, Derby, England
  • Subject Keywords: Houses, Derwent Valley Mills, World Heritage Sites

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