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Parish of Morpeth Sheet 72 Plan 2

< 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
Clark’s Bog Clark’s Bog Mr Clark 28 Chains North A portion of marshy
Clark’s Bog Mr King West of Red House Ground thinly covered
Clark’s Bog Mr Charlton with Brushwood (this name
is derived from the tenant Mr Clark
whose ancestors have farmed this land upwards
of three Centuries. it this place is supposed to
be the site of the fish pond that was in
connection with Morpeth Castle)
Dunce’s House Dunce’s House Mr Cole 25 Chains North A couple of small farm houses
Dunce’s House Mr Charlton West from Red and cottage
Dunce’s House Mr Clark House with outhouses and gardens attac-
Duns House Mackenzie’s Hist. of the Co hed, the name is derived from a man
of this name who occupied the house upwards
of a century ago.
Hepscott Station Hepscott Station Mr Brown 19 Chains South A minor station on the Blyth [&]
Hepscott Station Mr Hudson East of Red House Tyne Railway (Morpeth
Hepscott Station Mr Hutchinson Branch)
Hepscott Station Board in front of station
John Davison
Sapper Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by EDA and LCA

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