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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
How Burn How Burn Mr Clark 52 Chains NWest A small rivulet tributary to the
How Burn Mr Paterson of Park House River Wansbeck. It forms part of the
How Burn Mr Hudson Eastern By of the Parish
Hanna’s Quarry Hanna’s Quarry Mr Clark 12 Chains North of A large Quarry now in disuse out of from whence
Hanna’s Quarry Mr Paterson Park House the greater [???] part of the stones used
Hanna’s Quarry Mr Hudson the place the Viaduct across the River
in building the Viaduct across the River
Wansbeck was got the greater part of its
Wansbeck were obtained
Stones. The name is derived from the
surname of the person who first used
the stones out of it
Castle Park Castle Park Mr Clark See the pencil By A large District which in former days
Castle Park Mr Paterson given on the trace was the Park to Morpeth Castle
Castle Park Mr Hudson
Northstead Banks Northstead Banks Mr Clark 66 Chains East of Steep Wooded Banks on the South
Northstead Banks Mr Paterson Park House side of the River Wansbeck taking
Northstead Banks Mr Hudson their name from a farm house that
formerly was at their East end
John Stewart
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by EDA and LCA

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