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Parish of Bedlington
Sheet 72 Plan 7

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Hepscott Burn Hepscott Burn Mr William White North side of Burnt A stream flowing by the vllage of Hepscott
Hepscott Burn Mr William Brown House Wood & Blue House from which it derived the its name, loses it at
Hepscott Burn Mr William Thompson Wood Blue House Wood & takes the name of Willow
Burn as far as the boundary of Sleekburn Township
& from that to its junction with the River Blyth
is known by the name of Sleekburn Burn
Burnthouse Wood BurntHhouse Wood Mr William White 1550 Links West from This derives its name from being situated along
BurntHhouse Wood Mr William Brown Blue House Wood the Farm of Burnt House & is the property
BurntHhouse Wood Mr William Thompson of the Earl of Carlisle
Netherton Letch Netherton Letch Mr Lishman South side of Trace 2 A small stream flowing in an easterly direction & about
Netherton Letch Mr Thomas Hall 30 chains below its Junction with the Green Letch
Netherton Letch Mr Swan falls into the Willow Burn between the Blyth
& Tyne Railway & Choppington Colliery
Bluehouse Wood BlueHhouse Wood Mr William White 1550 Links East of The property of the Earl of Carlisle
BlueHhouse Wood Mr William Brown Burnt House Wood & known by this name from its situation along
BlueHhouse Wood Mr Thomas Hall the Farm of Blue House
J. Considine
Sapper Royal Engineers

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