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Some images of buildings closely identified with the name Lobley

Lobley Hall

Lobley Hall

Nevendon Parish Church

South Hanningfield Parish Church


Lobley Hall, now a ruin, is a Grade 2 listed building.   In recent times, this 17th Century farmhouse has been used as stable, but in the 19th Century it was still a home to local farmers.  Although I have no record of a Lobley family having lived there, the house itself was built on land called 'Lobley' and the surrounding villages have yielded many of the earliest references to the name.  Go back to Lobley Origins for more information on Lobley Hall.

Nevendon Church, now sadly almost buried underneath the traffic on the main A127 road in Essex, was the scene of many baptisms, burials and marriages of my Lobley family in the 18th Century.