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Parish of Brinkburn Sheet 54 Plan 2

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Remains of Remains of Hodgsons History 25 Chains SW The remains of an ancient stone
Brinkburn Priory Brinkburn Priory of Brinkheugh structure in the cathedral form founded
Augustine Augustine in the Reign of Henery 1st and dedicated
Foundd $Temp$ Henry I. Founded Temp H I. to St Peter by William de Bertram.
Brinkburn Priory Mr Leighton Thistlyhaugh It is pleasantly situated on a small
Brinkburn Priory Mr Stoker Brinkheugh peninsula formed by the River Coquet
and entirely surrounded by wood.
It has lately undergone considerable
repairs and is now in fair preservation
Near the south-west angle of the church
stands a dwelling house supposed to
be situated on the site of a range of houses
erected about the time the monastery
was built. It is a handsome stone
structure with offices and garden attached
and the property of Mrs Cadogan
Alfred Brittain

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