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Parish of Earsdon Townships of Seaton Delaval and Hartley

< List of Names
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Collywell Sands Colly Well Sands Mr John Forster In the east of the Parish This name applies to a small
Colly Well Sands Mr Wm Watson About 18 chains East of portion of land situated between
Colly Well Sands Mr Thos Davison Seaton Sluice Mill high and low water mark
Charley’s Garden Charley’s Garden Mr John Forster About 8 1/2 chains North A small island situated between
Charley’s Garden Mr Wm Watson of Colly Well high and low water mark, formerly
Charley’s Garden Mr Thomas Davison a man named Charley had a garden on
the top of this island, hence the name
The Ship Inn The Ship Inn Mr John Forster In the Village of Seaton An ordinary public house
The Ship Inn Mr Wm Watson Sluice, about 19 chains occupied by Mr James Chrisp
The Ship Inn Mr Mordue North West of Colly Well
John McMahon

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Transcribed by PW and CTW

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