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Parish of Bedlington
Sheet 72 Plan 12

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Bedlington Bedlington Whellan’s Directory In the NW of the Plan The parochial village, of considerable extent
Bedlington Revd R Taylor extending SE to the River consisting of Parish Church, Vicarage, Court House
Bedlington Mr Marshall Blyth Mechanics’ Institute Three dissenting Chapels 9 public
Bedlington White’s Directory houses a National School Market Cross and an Old Hall
Bedlington County Map the Village is pleasantly situated on an eminence
rising from the River Blyth and commanding a very fine
prospect, it was formerly registered as a market
town and belonged to the County of Durham but about
the end of the Seventeenth Century it was annexed
to Northumberland, it is upwards of 20 years
since any market was held here
Spring View Spring View Mr Adzhead In the SE of Bedlington A beautiful dwelling house with out
Spring View Mr Marshall houses garden yard & attached the property
Spring View Mr R Swan & residence of Mr Adzhead previous to
it becoming the property of Mr Adyhead it was
the Vicar’s Retreat but that name is now
becoming extinct & Spring View adopted
Felix Gillespie
Civil Assistant

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