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Sheet 60 Plan 11 Parish of Corsenside

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Beacon Beacon Mr Hedley Dykehead 28 Chains N.E. A considerable hill of an oblong
Beacon Mr Anderson Coldtown of Maggys Well form rising to its summit on
Beacon Mr Rutherford Hareshaw Head the south side with a gentle
slope where it is crossed by a
road leading to Hareshaw Head
It consists principally of Heather
Maggy’s Well Maggys Well Mr Hedley 28 Chains S.W. of An excellent well of spring water
Maggys Well Mr Anderson Beacon which forms the source of a stream
Maggys Well Mr Rutherford extending in a Northerly direction
for about 6 Chains where it entirely
disappears. The origin of this
Well cannot be properly authenticated
Hareshaw Head Hareshaw Head Mr Hedley 76 Chains N.W. A stone building in a
Hareshaw Head Mr Anderson of Beacon good state of repair
Hareshaw Head Mr Rutherford with stables and garden attached
The property of the Duke of Northumberland
and in the occupation of Mr Rutherford
This house is built upon the boundary between
Bellingham & Corsenside J.S
John Garvey
Civil Assistant

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