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Sheet 87 Plan 16 Trace 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
Wallbottle Wallbottle Whellan’s & Co.s Hist. of Co County Map South side of A small Village containing a Wesleyan
Wallbottle Mr. Hedley Trace 5 & Primitive Methodist Chapels
Wallbottle Mr. Watson four Public houses school &c it is
Wallbottle County Map principally inhabited by Pitmen. the
Walbottle White’s Directory name no doubt originates from its proximity
Walbottle Whellan’s Directory to the Roman Wall, this name is derived
Walbottle County Register of the Electors for 1858 from being on the Wall, and Botle, the Saxon
word for abode, thus literally signifying
the abode on the Wall, sometimes spelt
New Row New Row Mr. Hedley 14 chains east of A row of Pit houses with gardens.
New Row Mr. Watson Small Burn
New Row Mr. Armstrong
Colliery Office Colliery Office Mr. Hedley in Wallbottle A small neat brick building used as
Colliery Office Mr. Watson an office, for transacting business
Colliery Office Mr. Armstrong in connection with Wallbottle
A descriptive name, not to be written Colliery.
John Stewart
Sapper RE

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Transcribed by PT and PF

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