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Parish of Doddington
Sheets 10.16,11.15

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Doddington North Moor Doddington North Moor Revd Wm Proctor On Sheets This name applies to all that land
Mr John Cock 10.16 covered with rough pasture on each side of
Mr Robt Cock 11.13 the road to Berwick, from Doddington to the
14.4 Coalburn northward, and from Coal Law
15.1 on the E. to Roughton Lynn on the West.
15.2 it formerly included the whole farm of
15.5R Wrangham – which is said to have been stolen taken
15.6 illegally from the Moor – and hence got the
name of Wrangham –
Coalburn Houses Coalburn Houses Mr John Cock On Sheet A few cottages near the roadside 2 1/2
Mr Robt Cock 15.1 miles N of Doddington occupied
Mr George Cock by a few Miners & pitmen –
Doddingtonmoor Doddingtonmoor Mr Blackden Heatherslaw On Sheet An old colliery on Doddington Moor
Colliery Colliery Mr Thomas Ford 10.16 at a short distance from the parish
(Disused) (Disused) Mr Ormston Ford boundary dividing Ford and Doddington,
the working of this Pit has been
stopped, the machinery removed and
the buildings are fast falling to
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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