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Thonock Hall
Thonock Hall
Thonock Hall

Perhaps originally built in the mid-Georgian period, Thonock Hall near Gainsborough was re-cased and stuccoed in the 1830s. Home to the Bacons, baronets, it fell into disrepair after the death of Sir Hickman Bacon in 1945 and was demolished in 1964.

Undated posted published by W. F. Belton of Gainsborough

Thonock, Thonock Hall, Sir Hickman Bacon, W F Belton
Thonock Hall
Thonock Hall
Thonock Hall

This was originally a mid-Georgian house, which was re-cased and stuccoed in the 1830s.

It was built for the Hickman family (who had moved out of Gainsborough Old Hall).

The last occupant of note was Sir Hickman Beckett Bacon, an eccentric who died in 1945.

The house was demolished in 1964.

Thonock, Hall, Hickman, Sir Hickman Beckett Bacon