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Cuddie’s Well Cuddies Well Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A small spring E. of Dod Well; it
Mr J. Cock 15.9 formerly supplied the village, (till
Mr J. Cairns Dod well was enclosed,) it was Kept
in order by a person named Cuth-
bert, and now goes by his nickname
"Cuddie" –
TP Doddington Gate Mr Rutherford On Sheet A Toll Bar in the Village of Dod
Mr J. Cock 15.9 -dington on the Turnpike Road
Name Board from Wooler to Berwick-
National School National School Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A neat Stone building erected by
Mr Cairns 15.9R subscription in 1837. It will accom
Directory 15.13 -odate 120 Children the usual att-
endence is about 70-
Doddington Mill Doddington Mill Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A Corn Mill in the Village
(Corn) (Corn) Mr R. Burrell 15.9 of Doddington occupied by Mr
Directory R. Burrell, Miller, it is old
and a good deal dilapidated

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