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Sheet 19.8 Traces 1 to 6
Parish of Doddington

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Low Humbleton Low Humbleton Revd W Proctor On Sheet Five cottages on the road side
Mr R. Brown 19.8 immediately North of Humbleton
Mr Jas Lillie Village, They are situated lower
down the hill or brae, hence the name-
Humbleton Humbleton Revd W Proctor On Sheet A Village and Township about a mile
Mr R. Brown 19.8 west by North of Wooler. The property
Directory. Tythe Map &c &c of M. Cully & J.G.L. Blenkinsope Esqr
it is in a very dilapidated and ruinous
State, many of the houses being tumbled
down, and others roofless, and the road-
sides marred with the loose rubbish & stones.
Noble Lands Noble Lands Mr Wm Davidson (Farmer) On Sheet A smal farmsteading near the road
Mr R. Brown 19.8 side and a little to the west of Humbleton
Directory Burn, one mile from Wooler. The buildings
are nearly new, the property of M. Cully Esqr
Lowburn House Lowburn House Mr Wm Davidson On Sheet An old farm steading now converted into
Mr R. Brown 19.8 cottages, for farm servants, situated
Mr J. Short at the place where the road crosses the
Humbleton Burn, one mile from Wooler
towards Cornhill & Coldstream-
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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