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Parish of Bedlington
Sheet 72 Plan 8

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Willow Burn Willow Burn Mr Cowens 4 Chains South West A considerable stream flowing in an eas-
Willow Burn Mr Lishman from Willow Bridge terly direction & falls into the River Blyth between
Willow Burn Mr Thomas Hall Farm East & West Sleekburn. It is known in its course
along the Township of Sleekburn by the name of
Sleek Burn & from Blue House wood upward
by the village of Hepscott it is called Hepscott
Willow Bridge Willow Bridge Mr Cowens 6 Chains south of An old stone Bridge crossing the Willow
Willow Bridge Mr Lishman Willow Brdge Farm Burn & kept in repair by the County
Willow Bridge Mr Thomas Hall
Willow Bridge Farm Willow Bridge Farm Mr Cowens 6 Chains north from A good stone house, cottages & out offices
Willow Bridge Farm Mr Swan north Willow Bridge rented by the Proprietors of Barrington Collie-
Willow Bridge Farm Mr Thomas Hall ry & managed for them by Mr Cowens
Choppington Station Choppington Station Name on Board 50 Links south of A neat stone house the property of the
Choppington Station Mr John Scott the Lord Clyde (PH) Blyth & Tyne Railway Company and used for
Choppington Station Mr Cowens the accommodation of Passengers & Traffic
J. Considine
Sapper Royal Engineers

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