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Sheet 96 Plan 4 Trace 1 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
Hallow Hill Hallow Hill Mr. Hall Extending N N West A hill of considerable Elevation
Hallow Hill Mr. Stobart from Newburn it[s] surface is cultivated
Hallow Hill Mr. Story Building
The Ferry Boat The Ferry Boat PH Signboard in the Water Row. A respectable PHouse. Likewise the
(PH) The Ferry Boat PH Mr. Stobart Boat House. Where Passengers use ferries
The Ferry Boat PH Mr. Story across the Tyne. on the south east
The Ferry Boat PH Whellan’s Directory corner of this building is marked the
various heights that remarkable floods
on the River have attained.
Shewing that in A.D.1771 is was 12 links
A.D. 1815 is was 7 links
A.D. 1832 is was 4 1/2 links
A.D. 1856 is was 3 1/2 links
A.D. 1852 is was
The Three Horse Shoes The Three Horseshoes PH Signboard East end of A Public House & smithy
(PH) The Three Horseshoes PH Mr. Stobart Water Row
The Three Horseshoes PH Mr. Story
Three Horse Shoes Whellan’s Directory

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Transcribed by DP and DW

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