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Sheet 64 Plan 14 Parish of Morpeth

< 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
Hell’s Kettle Hell’s Kettle Mr Ernshaw 50 Chains N West of A deep portion of the
Hell’s Kettle Mr Jobling Park House River Wansbeck, known by this name
Hell’s Kettle Mr Coxen
East Mill East Mill Mr Ernshaw 47 Chains N West of A large Corn Mill
(Corn) (Corn) Mr Jobling Park House belonging to the Earl of Carlisle
East Mill Mr Jobling
East Mill Mr Coxen
Bore Hole Bore Hole Mr Jobling 38 Chains NWest A Chalbybeate spring of great
Bore Hole Mr Lamb of Park House Magnitude, owing its origin to a trial
Bore Hole Mr Ernshaw that was made here for coal, it is
considered by medical men to be
a restorer of health to scorbutic
& other invalids
Quarry Bank Quarry Bank Mr Coxen 52 Chains North A steep ascent bank on the road to Longhirst known by
Quarry Bank Mr Lamb West of Park House this name
Quarry Bank Mr Ernshaw

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