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Sheet 97 Plan 5 Parish of Newburn

< 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
Holy Saviour Church Holy Saviour Church Mr Gruffeth About 8 chains N.W. A very neat Church erected in the Year
(Chapel of Ease) Holy Saviour Church Mr Pears of Bells Close 1838 by the Vicar of Newburn as a chapel
Holy Saviour Church Mr Thompson of Ease also a School house erected at the
The Chapel of the Whellan’s Directory Same time Supported by the Scholars
Holy Saviour the School with a cottage and garden
(Chapel of Ease) are the gift of the Vicar
Holy Saviour Church Parish Name Book
(Chapel of Ease)
Bell’s Close Well Bell’s Close Well Mr D. Thompson About 6 chains N.W. An ordinary Spring Well principally used
Bell’s Close Well Mr. S Finney of Bell’s Close by the inhabitants of Bells Close
Bell’s Close Well Mr. J Stobard
Dean Well Dean Well Mr D. Thompson About 5 chains N.E. A Very good spring Well So called from
Dean Well Mr S Finney of Sugley House being Situated in Bells Close Dean
Dean Well Mr J Stobard
Felix Gillespie

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