[Woodhorn 431 4 of 43]


Parish of Woodhorn (Detd) Township of Cowpen

< 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
Wood Haugh Wood Haugh Mr. George Gardner 7 Chains South from A flat narrow field Situated between the
Wood Haugh Mr. Isaac Brown Bedlington Bridge River Blyth & Bebside Wood
Wood Haugh Mr. Matthew Cairns
Bedlington Bridge Bedlington Bridge Mr. Isaac Brown 7 Chains North from A plain stone structure of one Arch
Bedlington Bridge Mr. George Gardner Wood Haugh between crossing the River Blyth between
Bedlington Bridge Mr. Matthew Cairns the Townships of Bedlington & Bebside
and was built by local subscription in 1838
Bebside Wood Bebside Wood Mr. Isaac Brown Extends from the Boundary A long narrow strip of Wood covering the
Bebside Wood Mr. George Gardner between Bebside & Cowpen steep Bank extending along the River Blyth
Bebside Wood Mr. Matthew Cairns Townships to Bebside on its right E Side
Bedlington Iron Works Bedlington Iron Works Marlow Sidney Esqr JP 3 Chains South West Very extensive premises Situated on both sides
Works Mr. Isaac Brown from the Rose & Crown of the River Blyth & formerly used for the ma-
do Mr. George Gardner Public House nufacture of Iron Locomotive Engines &c. The pre-
do mises closed work some 4 years Ago in consequence of hav-
ing become involved in debt and are now becoming Ruinous
the Cottages in the vicinity to which the name [???]
applied and formerly occupied by men in the works are
now occupied by the men in employed in Bebside Colliery
J. Considine
Sapper Royal Engineers

Abbreviations are underlined like this RE and the expansion may be seen by hovering the cursor over the abbreviation.

An entry outlined like this has a note which may be seen by hovering the cursor over it.

Transcribed by PT

Return to Woodhorn 431 index

«Previous page     Next page»