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Parish of Doddington

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River Till River Till County Map On Sheet A river which has its source or rise in
Whites Directory 14.11 the Eastern part of the Cheviot Hills
14.12 in the Parish of Ilderton about 4 miles
14.16 South of Wooler
not written 15.13R
20.1 From this point it proceeds in a N.Easterly
direction for about 4 miles to Haggis Hall, where it receives the waters of the
River Beamish, it then proceeds Northwardly for about 4 miles to Lyham;
at this point it turns westward for about 4 miles to near Weetwood Hall
where it receives the "Wooler Water"- it then proceeds in a generally
N.W. direction for about 2 Miles where it receives the water of the
River Glen, which river is formed by the united streams of the
River Beaumont Water and College Burn, from this point it
Continues in the same general direction, past Ford, Etal &
enters Norham Parish near to New Etal & empties itself into the
River Tweed about a mile West of Twizell Castle
R. Burnaby
Major RE
30 June 1860
W. Beatty

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Transcribed by PW and CTW

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