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Sheet 32 Plan 12 Parish of Longhoughton

< 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
North Reins North Reins Mr B Stephenson North of Mar Flat Rocks forming the North East
North Reins Mr W Stephenson Mouth natural breakwater of Boulmer
North Reins Mr J Stanton Haven
Boulmer Steel Boulmer Steel Mr B Stephenson between the Torrs Roughish flat rocks covered in places
Boulmer Steel Mr W Stephenson & Longhoughton Steel with Boulders they extend from the
Boulmer Steel Mr J Stanton Torrs northward to the natural
crevasse that divides them from
Longhoughton Steel
"Steel" is a word often occurring in foreshore
Names in this locality
The Torrs The Torrs Mr B Stephenson between Boulmer A natural Whinstone dike running east
The Torrs Mr W Stephenson Steel and & west through the Sandstone (it
The Torrs Mr J Stanton North Reins may be remarked that all foreshore Rocks
The Torrs in this Parish except this feature are
Sandstone) formerly this was an excellent
Natural breakwater to Boulmer Haven
from all Northerly Gales but it was sadly
mutilated at the enclosing of the Common
making roads &c &c it is still of some service
and the Duke of Northumberland has given
orders that no more stones are to be taken
from it
John Stewart

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Transcribed by PT and CTW

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