The house was demolished not long after it was built, some time between 1851 and 1906.
Early in history, one branch of the family settled in Kirkby. An important branch, which had their own coat of arms, and owned Kirkby Hall lands, which amounted to the largest farm in Kirkby.
Kirkby Hall 1959
The hall was demolished in 1968 to make way for the councils Civic Buildings.
There is very little information about Clock House, except where it was! (see the maps
section). This seems to have been held by a branch of the family who became known as the "Fazakerley's of Clock House". The house can be seen in the background of the this photograph of the brook.
Clock House Farm 1951
Probably the only original Fazackerley property that is still standing is Stock Cottage, in Haskayne. This is the oldest cottage in Lancashire and dates back to the 12th Century. The cottage is located in School Lane, about 10 miles up the A59 from Walton.