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

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Scotswood Scotswood Mackenzie’s History In the South of the This is a long, straggling and
Scotswood Mr. Thos Carr parish. On the North populous Village about 3 miles
Scotswood Mr. W. K. Carr bank of the River Tyne West of Newcastle.It extends on
Scotswood Whellan’s Directory both sides of the rivulet which flows
Scotswood A small County Map through Scotswood Dean, there is part
Scotswood, or Scotchwood White’s Directory of it in the township of East Denton and
Scotswood County Register of the Electors for 1858 part of it in the township of Benwell, It
contains, besides a number of dwelling
houses, two extensive paper mills
Copperas Works, a firebrick Manufactory
and a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
The Whole is the property of Lord Rokeby
The Lamb & Flag The Lamb & Flag Mr. Wm Daglish In the South of the A public house with poor
(PH) (PH) parish. About 14 chs accommodation . The property
The Lamb & Flag Mr. Thos Colbeck South of Dumpling Hall of Joseph Lamb Esqr
The Lamb & Flag Signboard
John McMahon
Civil Assistant

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