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|25 Chains SW
|The remains of an ancient stone
|structure in the cathedral form founded
|in the Reign of Hen
|Foundd $Temp$ Henry I.
|Founded Temp H I.
|to St Peter by William de Bertram.
|Mr Leighton Thistlyhaugh
|It is pleasantly situated on a small
|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
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