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Sheet 32 Plan 16 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
Broadroom End Broadroom End Mr B Stephenson Boulmer On HW Mark north A headland on the Coast of
Broadroom End Mr W Stephenson Boulmer of Seaton Point Longhoughton Parish
Broadroom End Mr J Stanton Boulmer this name may originate from its
being necessary from the broad expanse
of Rocks on the foreshore rendering it
advisable for Ships to stand out well to sea
alias give this point Broadroom
Bally Carrs Bally Carrs Mr B Stephenson South of Broadroom A portion of the foreshore of
Bally Carrs Mr W Stephenson End Longhoughton Parish consisting
Bally Carrs Mr J Stanton of very flat Rocks & medium
sized boulders ie Carrs is
one of the local synonyms
for Rocks-
Brady Carrs Brady Carrs Mr B Stephenson South east of A portion of the foreshore of
Brady Carrs Mr W Stephenson Broadroom End Longhoughton Parish consisting
Brady Carrs Mr J Stanton of flat table like Rocks, from
this feature being so near Broad-
-room End it may be that Brady
is a corruption of Broadroom
but the local pronunciation in this &
all other cases is adhered to, and
my informants are old men conversant
with the Coast for more than 60 years
[#] Marmouth Skears See 32/12

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