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Barton House, Stoke Newington

Building 

Categories: Property

The house is said (Hackney Gazette) to have been named for Joseph Beck's grandfather. Grace's Guide suggests that Beck and his family moved here between 1881 and 1891.  

At the time the house was number 97, but the site is now 233 Albion Road, and occupied mainly by a car park and a set-back, modern, low-rise health centre.

We were pleased to find the photo but we can find no details. The house was probably erected c. 1810-30. The car suggests to us that the photo dates from the 1960s, and the broken windows suggest that the photograph was taken because the building was about to be demolished.

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Barton House, Stoke Newington

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Joseph Beck at Barton House

Joseph Beck, 1828 - 1891, Chairman of the Clissold Park Preservation Committe...

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