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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
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BOULMER HAVEN Boulmer Haven Mr B Stephenson Boulmer between Marmouth A fine natural Haven nearly enclosed within
Boulmer Haven Mr W Stephenson Boulmer Skears and Natural Breakwaters. the Fishermen of
Boulmer Haven Mr J Stanton Boulmer The Torrs Boulmer have always a safe anchorage
within it as at the lowest spring tides
there is 6 feet of Water at its entrance
alias the Mar Mouth.
Mar Mouth Mar Mouth Mr B Stephenson between North & The Natural Way out & in to Boulmer
Mar Mouth Mr W Stephenson South Reins Haven-
Mar Mouth Mr J Stanton
Marmouth Scars Marmouth Skears Scars Mr B Stephenson between Brady Flat Rocks extending south from Boulmer
Marmouth Skears Scars Mr W Stephenson Carrs & Boulmer Haven to Brady Carrs, they are in places
Marmouth Skears Scars Mr J Stanton Haven a good deal broken up with loose boulders
lying on them. Skears is one of the local
Synonyms for Rocks but it evidently
is a Vulgarism of Scars
South Reins South Reins Mr B Stephenson South of Flat rocks forming the south & eastern
South Reins Mr W Stephenson Mar Mouth natural breakwater of Boulmer Haven
South Reins Mr J Stanton
John Stewart
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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