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Parish of Bedlington
Sheet 72 Plan 12

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Court House Court House Revd R Taylor About 2 Chains SW A very good building used as a court house
Court House Mr Marshall of the Cross with Lockup & where the Petty Sessions are held
Court House Mr Fenwick Wilson on the first Friday of each month the presiding
Magistrates are Sir N.W.Ridley, W.W.Burdon
N.F.J.Sidney Esqr & others
Bedlington Hall Bedlington Hall Revd R Taylor About 5 Chains West of A very old building the date of erection or
Bedlington Hall Mr Fenwick Wilson the Court House its first proprietor cannot be satisfactorily
Bedlington Hall Mr Marshall obtained it has been used as a Union Workhouse
about 20 years since but is now divided into
several tenements occupied by Pit Men & &
Cross Cross Revd R Taylor About 7 Chains NW of A stone pillar standing about 10 feet high
Cross Mr Marshall St Cuthbert’s Church to denote the market place at the time
Cross Mr Swan markets was were held here
Felix Gillespie
Civil Assistant

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