Hi Listers (and especially Bruce)
Property sales can provide useful information to researchers even when the
property is of the most humble variety. Often Estate Agents particulars
will give information not found elsewhere.
Occasionally one can find an absolute stunner. North Luffenham Hall, the
workplace of Thomas MOFFATT in 1841, is one such example. It is here:
The property came up for sale in 2012. These sale particulars are
outstandingly thorough and give, as well as the usual description of the
property, maps and plans, etc., a history of the house which adds a smidgeon
more to the TM story so far.
[For listed buildings a useful website to explore is that of Historic
England which used to be known as English Heritage:
Here the building is found by searching
*Luffenham Hall* (drop the *North*). Each part of the Hall is listed and
Enjoy Luffenham Hall!