[Bedlington 32 of 97]


Parish of Bedlington
Sheet 72 Plan 8

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Barrington Colliery Barrington Colliery Mr Edward Wm Taylor About 42 Chains An extensive Colliery with all necessary
(Henry Pit) (Henry Pit) East of Choppington acquirements workshops yards & also
Barrington Colliery Mr Edward Turner Station a number of cottages occupied by men
(Henry Pit) employed at this Colliery and is the
Barrington Colliery Mr John Hay property of J. Davison & partners
(Henry Pit)
Sleekburn Cottage Sleekburn Cottage Mr John Nicholson About 20 chains SE A very neat farm house with offices out
Sleekburn Cottage Mr Edward Turner of Barrington Colliery houses yards & attached the property of
Sleekburn Cottage Mr Wm Taylor Lord Barrington
Barrington Tile Works Barrington Tile Works Mr John Nicholson About 7 chains East A large brick & tile works with the
Barrington Tile Works Mr Edward Turner of Sleekburn Cottage necessary machinery also two dwelling
Barrington Tile Works Mr Wm Taylor houses adjoining on the East & West
the property of Lord Barrington
Felix Gillespie
Civil Assistant

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