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Sheet 96 Plan 4 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
Wesleyan M. Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Chapel John Spencer 4 ChainsNS.E. A place of worship where
(Wesleyan) Wesleyan Methodist Chapel John Blackburn of the post office about 60 or 70 of that denomination
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel James Tinley In the village of Newburn
Drift Well Drift Well John Spencer 8 Chains N S.E. A well of good water supposed
Drift Well John Blackburn of the post office proceed from some old drifts
Drift Well James Tinley in the neighbourhood from which
it takes its name
Newburn Hall Newburn Hall John Spencer 6 Chains South of This old Mansion from which
Newburn Hall John Hall the Highlander the Township takes its name
Newburn Hall John Blackburn (PH) now converted into a farm house
The Old Mansion Whellan’s Directory the walls are in some place six
The Old Mansion White’s Directory or seven feet thick
Newburn Hall (Township) Mackenzie’s History "the old building, from which the Township is named, now converted into"
The old building "a farmhold, is conjected to have been a Religious House, the walls in"
"some parts are 6 or 7 feet thick
MacKenzie’s History
Thomas Grehan CA

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