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Longhoughton Parish Sheet 32 Plan 7

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Station LonghoughtonStation Mr John Atkinson 29 Chains South Substantial buildings used
LonghoughtonStation Mr Joshua Tennant West of for the accommodation of passengers
LonghoughtonStation Mr Robert Geggie Blacksmiths Arms & Goods on the North Eastern Railway
Long Houghton Longhoughton Rev. Henry Bell On traces 2 & 5 A scattered Village consisting
Longhoughton Mr John Atkinson east of N E Railway of greens shops & public House and
Longhoughton Mr Joshua Tennant Several Cottages, it contains the ph
Long Houghton List of County Voters Church Vicarage &c and the whole
Long Houghton The Estate Plan is the property of the Duke of Northd
the greater part of this Village has
been recently rebuilt and improvements
are still going forward but not
advanced sufficiently for present insertion
St Peter’s Church Saint Peter’s Church Rev. Henry Bell 14 1/2 Chains South of A very plain building
(Vicarage) Saint Peter’s Church Mr Ralph Moorhouse Blacksmiths Arms dedicated to Saint Peter
Saint Peter’s Church Mr John Atkinson It consists of Nave, Aisle, Chancel & square
(Vicarage) The Parish Name Book Tower the latter is very strongly built, and
formed a good & strong place of refuge for the
Villagers in days gone by when such places
were needed in this locality

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