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Lesbury Parish Sheet 39 Plan 3

< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
Hips Burn Hips Burn Mr Thomas Reay 3 chains North A Small Mountain Stream
Hips Burn Mr Robert Simpson of Hipsburn flowing in an Easterly direction
Hips Burn Mr George Tate until it enters the River Aln
near Alnmouth
A "hip" in Scotland is the name of
the fruit? of the Wild rose briar
CoastGguard Station Coast Guard Station Mr Thomas Reay 4 chains E of Two houses in Alnmouth for the
Coast Guard Station Mr Robert Simpson Church for the use of the men employed on the
Coast Guard Station Mr George Tate Coast Guard Service one of which
is the property of the Duke of Northd
the other is public property.
The ground both stand on is the
Duke of Northumberland’s to whom
the "Customs" pay some small
acknowledgement yearly
The Hall The Hall Mr Holland in Alnmouth The largest and most respectable
The Hall Mr Reay Village Mansion in Alnmouth Village
The Hall Mr Flintoff it has small pleasure grounds
& Gardens attached

Note: Unsigned

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Transcribed by CTW and PW

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