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Parish of Cramlington Township of Cramlington
Sheet 80 Plan 12

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Mechanics Institute Mechanics Institute Sign Board About 13 chains N.E. A Small plain house devoted for
Mechanics Institute Hugh Taylor Esqr of the Primitive Methodist that purpose by the Colliery Co.
Mechanics Institute Thomas J. Taylor Esqr Chapel It receives the Voluntary aid from
Messrs Lamb Maldie Taylor & Story
who contribute 1£ each per annum
towards the its maintenance
The Blue Bell Inn The Blue Bell Inn Sign Board About 9 Chains E by A plain Stone building the property
The Blue Bell Inn Mr Henderson N.E. of the Primitive of the Colliery Co. & occupied by Mr Henderson
The Blue Bell Inn Whellan’s Directory Methodist Chapel It is licensed to sell spritis &c
Blue Bell White’s Directory
East Cramlington Colliery East Cramlington Colliery Mr Little (under hewer) About 23 Chains The name apples to a shaft which
(Dicky Pit) (Dicky Pit) S.E. of The Primitive was sunk for the purpose of assisting
East Cramlington Colliery Mr Barron Methodist Chapel to convey the coal from different parts
(Dicky Pit) of the E. Cramlington works below by means of a powerful
East Cramlington Colliery Hugh Taylor Esqr engine on the surface
(Dicky Pit)
East Cramlington Colliery Whellan’s Directory
(Dicky Pit)
Methodist Chapel Methodist Chapel Hugh Taylor Esqr About 13 Chains S.by W. A plain stone building the property
(Primitive) (Primitive) of the Mechanics of the Colliery Company & occupied for
Methodist Chapel Mr Little Institute divine Service by the Primitive Methodist
(Primitive) Society
Methodist Chapel T. J. Taylor Esqr
Thomas Jordan
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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