Here is a nice colour picture of Hyde Hall.
Hyde Hall (not to be confused with its surviving namesake, Hyde Hall Farm in Denton) was situated on the left bank of the river Tame.
Lord Sebastian Coe, the former MP’s great-great-great-great-grandfather was George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall.
Lord Coe discovered that his ancestor earned a fortune through
ownership of a Jamaican sugar plantation. However, this revelation
proved more bitter than sweet as the estate workforce comprised more
than 500 slaves.
More surprises were in store. Although George
was married to Catherine Hussey of Denore, Ireland, by whom he had two
children, he also fathered six illegitimate children by four other
women. His domestic arrangements in Jamaica were interesting, as it is
believed he lived jointly with his wife, Catherine, and his mistress,
Sophia, with whom he had an affair lasting 15 years.
returned permanently to Hyde in 1789-9 and became a patron of Denton
Chapel (Denton St Lawrence). During his tenure as a justice of the peace
in Cheshire and Lancashire, in 1811, he contributed to the suppression
of the Luddite disturbances.
The hall was demolished in 1857.
Thanks to Tameside.gov.uk For the information here.