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Sheet 46 Plan 6 Pa Guiyzance (Ex Par.)

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Chapel Chapel (remains of) Mr Tate. Guiyzance On the River Coquet The remains of a Small Chapel consisting at present
(Remains of) Chapel (remains of) Mr Gibson. Bank House 6 Chains west of of nothing but a small portion of its exterior
Chapel (remains of) Geo. Tate Esq East House River Coquet Walls there is no beauty in its masonry which
is rude Gothic. its situation is fine being
on one of the haughs of the R.Coquet, in Roman
Catholic times this was a Chapel of Ease to
Brinkburn Priory at present there is a modern
Wall thrown round a small space which
serves for a Common Grave Yard for
Guiyzance. The Clergyman of Felton
attending when his Services are reqd
Whites Directory says "a Priory was founded
here and afterwards annexed to Alnwick
Abbey" this is a wrong description
River Coquet Mr Tate Ph Boundary One of the tributary Rivers to the
River Coquet Mr Gibson German Ocean, it rises in this
River Coquet Geo. Tate Esq County near the Scottish Border
and after pursuing a course of
about 30 Miles in an easterly
direction empties itself into the Sea
near Warkworth.

Note: Unsigned

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