I don't wish to be rude but you are all barking up the wrong tree. If you would like a scanned photograph of the Hall please send me your e-mail addresses. It is a building of several phases, the oldest being half timbered and dating from the early 1600's I believe.
The Mawdesleys (various spellings) of Mawdesley in Lancashire sold the hall before moving to Heskin Hall.
The last male of the main line, the Rev Thomas Mawdesley, died at Heskin Hall in 1735 leaving two daughters, an Anne who married but died without issue in 1807 and Margaret who married a Mr Robinson and did have children.
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