Low Hall

Low Hall 1900
Title Low Hall
Date 1900
Location Yeadon
Photo ID A029
Comment This ancient house is situated on Gill Lane, it is a Grade 11 listed building. It is possible it replaced an older home on the site. In 1624 the influential Marshall family of Yeadon built this house, in 1650 it was sold to William Sale for £800. Sale sold it back to the Marshalls eight years later, making a profit of £25.
Low Hall 1900

C467 – Low Hall, 1900.

Low Hall – 1900

Terrace garden of Low Hall with a profusion of plants and flowers, this image was on a glass slide taken by E E Slater.

Low Hall 1900

J392 – Low Hall, 1900.

Low Hall – 1900

This image was seen through the lens of local photographer E E Slater, it shows two lady guests escorted by a man wearing a top hat, they were attending a garden party held at Low Hall.
To the right is a terrace with more guests, in the background is a large greenhouse.

Low Hall 1900

K235 – Low Hall, 1900.

Low Hall – 1900

The following two images of the gardens at Low Hall, Yeadon.

Low Hall 1900

K236 – Low Hall, 1900.

Low Hall – 1900

As above.

Low Hall 1900

K235 – Low Hall, 1900.

Low Hall – 1900

The garden terrace at Low Hall.

Low Hall Undated

D177 – Low Hall, Undated.

Low Hall – Undated

An interior view of Low Hall which was home to the Lord of the Manor of Yeadon including the Marshall and Barwick families.s above.

Low Hall 1971

A030 – Low Hall, 1971.

Low Hall – 1971

An impressive porch in front of the house is believed to have been brought by William Sale from Esholt Priory after the Dissolution of the Monasteries, he put up a date stone “WS 1658”.

Low Hall 1971

A031 – Low Hall, 1971.

Low Hall – 1971

The house remained in the Marshall family, in 1876 it was restored by John Marshall Barwick. A descendant of the Marshall family was John Marshall who built the famous Egyptian style flax mill in Holbeck, Leeds, which is still standing.

Low Hall 1979

JH091 – Low Hall, 1979.

Low Hall – 1979

Line drawing of Low Hall with the arms of the Marshall and Barwick families who both had land and influence in the area.

Low Hall 2015

Y322 – Low Hall, 2015.

Low Hall – 2015

Historic Low Hall is located on Gill Lane, seen here are the impressive entrance gates.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Previous Comments:

Ian Tate
As a boy, I used to deliver papers to Low Hall. The long gravel drive and eerie atmosphere on approach used to hurry my exit ! There was a bust in a window above the entrance hall that I imagined was watching my every move? Scared the bejeebers out of me! Fabulous house though!
16 March 2022.

Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 16 May 2021.
Last updated: 17 March 2022.

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