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Parish of Doddington and Chatton
Sheet 15.4 Trace 4
Sheet 15.13 Trace 1 to 6

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Camp Camp Revd W. Proctor On Sheet The remains of a Camp can be
(Remains of) (Remains of) Chas Rea Esqr 15.14 traced on the outside of Wood
only. This Camp is rather out of
the way and very little known.
Church Parish Church Revd W. Proctor On Sheet This is Doddington Parish Church.
(Per. Curacy) Chas Rea Esqr 15.13 The records of Dedication have been
Mr J Cairns lost, so that no account of the name
Church Parish Name List Page 1 of the Church can now be had –
(Per. Curacy) The church is very ancient and was
enlarged in 1838, it contains 210 Sittings.
The living is a perpetual curacy in the
Archdeaconry of Lindisfarne & Deanery of
Bambrough, income £200 – the Revd
Wm Proctor Incumbent
The Parsonage The Parsonage Revd W. Proctor On Sheet The residence of the Revd W. Proctor
Chas Rea Esqr 15.13 at Doddington. It is a fine large
Mr J Cairns house pleasantly situated near
the Ph church at the West side
of the Village of Doddington-
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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