|List of Names
as written on the Plan
|Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
|Authority for those modes of
|Descriptive Remarks, or other
which may be considered of Interest
|Right Hon., The Earl of Tankerville
|A considerable hill at the head of
|McKenzie’s History Northumberland p 391.
|Chillingham Park on the top of which
|Tythe Map & Vicar of Chillingham
|there is an irregular entrenchment, or
|& Camp (remains of)
|Camp said to be of British origin.
|Whites Directory Vol.II. P 502
|Lord Tankerville gives the former Spelling
|which is generally used in the district.
|Mr Wm Hardy. bailiff to Ld Tankerville
|A small plantation near the southern boundary
|Jno Mechie Gamekeeper Hebburn Lodge
|wall of Chillingham Park
|White’s Directory Vol:II P.502
|A good farmhouse & hamlet also a town
|List of Co Voters
|ship, about 1 mile S.E. of Chillingham,
|Rev Mr Dodd. Vicar. Chillingham
|the property of Lord Tankerville
|Mr Wm Hardy, bailiff to Ld Tankerville
|All these authorities give the name
|Mr Wm Boyne Farmer Hebburn Bell,
|as Hebburn, But Lord Tankerville
|Mr Thos Smith Farmer Newtown
|gives it Hepburn and has caused
|Mr Whellans Hist. Northld p 681
|the finger posts on the estate to be altered
|Tythe Map of Chillingham.
|to Hepburn, as the correct name.
|Estate map in Mr Boyne’s possession.
|See Parish name List P.5
Corporal Royal Engineers
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Transcribed by JMCN and SW
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