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Parish of Newburn Townships of East and West Denton Sheet 97 Plan 5

< 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
Bell’s Close Bell’s Close Mackenzie’s History of Northumberland In the South of the An irregular built Village on
Bell’s Close Mr. Thomas Carr parish. Or the East the Noth Bank of the River Tyne
Bell’s Close Mr. W. K. Carr of Lemington Village It Consists of a Number of Cottages
Bell’s Close Whellan’s Directory and one public house, There is also
Bell’s Close White’s Directory an extensive brick and tile manufactory
Bell’s Close County Register of the Electors for 1858 here. The whole is the property of
Joseph Lamb Esquire
Dumpling Hall Dumpling Hall Mr. Thomas Carr In the South of the A farm house and outbuildings
Dumpling Hall Mr. W. K. Carr parish. About 12 chains the name also applies of to a
Dumpling Hall Mr. Thos Colbeck North of Diamond Row Row of Cottages on the East West of it
Dumpling Hall White’s Directory The whole is the property of J. Lamb Esqr
Diamond Row Diamond Row Mr. Wm Daglish In the South of the A short row of mean looking
Diamond Row Mr. Thos Colbeck parish. About 12 chains dwelling houses. The property of
Diamond Row Mr. W. K. Carr South of Dumpling Hall J. Lamb Esqr
John McMahon
Civil Assistant

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