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Sheet 61 Plan 9 Parish of Corsenside

< List of Names
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The Vicarage East Woodburn Common Revd William Kell About 13 chains W. A good stone building with offices and and
Mr Hindmarsh of Townfoot garden attached the property of the vicar of Cosrsenside
The Vicarage Mr Miller for the time being at present occupied by the Revd
The Vicarage William Kell the present vicar of Corsenside
The Vicarage
Townfoot Revd William Kell About 13 chains E. A good Farm House with two cottages and offices
Mr Hindmarsh of The Vicarage attached the property of Mr Thomson and in
Townfoot Mr Thomson the occupation of Mr William Walton
Alder Hall Townfoot Mr William Walton About 26 chains N.E. A small Farm House with two cottage dwellings attached
Mr Thomson of The Vicarage the property of Miss Hutchinson and in the occupation
Alder Hall Mr Charlton of Mr Nesbitt and two other tenents
Alder Hall
Hot Heads Alder Hall Revd William Kell About 19 chains S.E. A rocky promontory clothed with ancient indigenous
Mr Charlton of the Vicarage trees and Brush wood abruptly sloping towards the
Hot Heads Mr Walton North where it terminates in scattered bushes and
Hot Heads loose stones
Hot Heads
Edw. Gillespie
Sapper Royal Engineers

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