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Parish of Alnham
Sheet 37.1

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Church Church) Revd.G.S.Thomson, Vicar On Sheet 37.1 A one storey structure, consisting
(Vicarage) (Ph) Alnham of nave, chancel, south porch, and a
Church) Ralph Carr Esqr. Hedgeley. tower facing the west, -and contains
(Ph) eighty-seven sittings. It is situated a little
Church) Mr H.G.Crisp, Farmer East of the Vicarage, and within the Church Yard.
(Ph) Prendwick The following appears in Whellan & Co.s History
of Northumberland Page 641:- "A very an-
cient structure, in the style of architecture
which prevailed during the early part of
the reign of Edward III, though some of the win-
dows are of more recent construction".
Dedicatory name Unknown.
Castle Farm Castle Farm Revd.G.S.Thomson, Vicar On Sheet A two storied house, with outbuildings,
Alnham 37.1 a garden, & a farm of land attached
Castle Farm Mr H.G.Crisp, Farmer united with the farm of
Prendwick Alnhamhouse – the property of
Castle Farm Mr H.H.Scott, Farmer, the Duke of Northumberland.
Alnham house.
John Callanan 2nd Corpl RE

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