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Sheet 45 Plan 4 Parish of Shilbottle

< List of Names
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Newton Hall Newton Hall Whites Directory 43 Chains West of A large Substantial Stone built Mansion
Newton Hall Mr Snaith. Newton on the Moor Newton Villa recently repaired having extensive offices
Newton Hall Mr Tate. Guiyzance Grounds Gardens & attached
it occupies a bleak and elevated
Situation and is the property of
S F Widdrington Esq.
Newton Villa Newton Villa White’s Directory 43 Chains East of A well built farm house with
Newton Villa Mr Snaith Newton Hall good Outhouses Yards and
Newton Villa Mr Tate Gardens attached
Newton Villa County Voters List
Jacob’s Well Mr Snaith 16 Chains east of What has at one time been a well of water
Jacob’s Well Mr Tate Newton Hall but is now drained away nothing but
Jacob’s Well Letters Cut on Masonry of Well the encasing Masonry remaining on
Cancelled which is cut the following words
Jacob’s Well. May 7. 1815
Whites Directory thus alludes to this object
"a little South of the Village a very strong
Chalybeate Spring has beeen discovered in the
Plantation near the Hall
John Stewart
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by JMCN and SW

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