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Place name County Entry Source Ashington and Sheepwash Northumberland Ashington and Sheepwash , township, Bothal par., N. Northumberland, 3¼ miles E. of Morpeth, 701 ac., pop. 88; P.O. Bartholomew ASHINGTON and SHEEPWASH Northumberland township in Bothal parish, Northumberland; on the river Wansbeck, 3¼ miles E of Morpeth. Acres, 688. Pop., 76. Houses, 13. Imperial Bothal Northumberland Bothal , par., N. Northumberland, on river Wansbeck, near Morpeth, 15,944 ac., pop. 4475; contains Bothal Demesne , township, 3 miles Bartholomew BOTHAL Northumberland BOTHAL , a township and a parish in Morpeth district, Northumberland. The township is called Bothal Demesne; and lies on the Wansbeck Imperial Causey Park Northumberland Causey Park , township and seat, Bothal par., N. Northumb., 5½ m. NW. of Morpeth, 1156 ac., pop. 82. Bartholomew Cockle Park Northumberland Cockle Park , township, Bothal par., N. Northumberland, 3 miles N. of Morpeth, 1407 ac., pop. 50. Bartholomew DURHAM County Durham Bothal, Sheepwash, Meldon, Morpeth, and Whalton; the vicarages of Bolam, Hartburn, Long Horsley, Mitford, and Woodhorn; and the p. curacies Imperial Earsdon and Earsdon Forest Northumberland Bothal par., N. Northumberland, 5 miles N. of Morpeth -- E., 1100 ac., pop. 64; E. F., 762 ac., pop. 24. Bartholomew Fenrother Northumberland Fenrother , township, Bothal par., N. Northumberland, 4½ miles NW. of Morpeth, 1296 ac., pop. 64. Bartholomew Hebburn (Hebron, or Hepburn) Northumberland dist. and township, Bothal par., N. Northumberland - dist., pop. 506; township, 2½ miles N. of Morpeth, 1090 ac., pop. 90. Bartholomew HEBBURN, or Hebron Northumberland living is a p. curacy, annexed to the rectory of Bothal, in the diocese of Durham. The church was rebuilt in 1793. Imperial Longhirst Northumberland Bothal par., Northumberland, 3½ miles NE. of Morpeth, 1769 ac., pop. 842; P.O.; near the sta. are the seats Bartholomew LONGHIRST Northumberland Bothal parish, Northumberland; on the Northeastern railway, 2½ miles NE of Morpeth. It has a station on the railway Imperial MORPETH Northumberland Bothal, the township of Hepscott, four townships of Warkworth, five of Hebburn, and three of Felton, and the extra-parochial Imperial NORTHUMBERLAND Northumberland Bothall, Dunstanborough, Witton, Harbottle, Hepple, Edlingham, Lilbourn, Horton, Fowberry, Rothbury, and Berwick. Remains of abbeys are Hulne, Newminster, Blanchland, and Hexham Imperial Oldmoor Northumberland Oldmoor , township, Bothal par., Northumberland, 3½ miles NE. of Morpeth, 957 ac., pop. 68. Bartholomew OLDMOOR Northumberland OLDMOOR , a township in Bothal parish, Northumberland; 3½ miles N E of Morpeth. Acres, 911. Pop., 69. Houses, 13. Imperial Pegswood Northumberland township and mining vil., Bothal par., Northumberland, 2 miles NE. of Morpeth, 1236 ac., pop. 968; P.O., called Pegswood Colliery . Bartholomew PEGSWORTH, or Pegswood Northumberland township in Bothal parish, Northumberland; 1¾ mile E N E of Morpeth. Acres, 1, 267. Pop., 193. Houses, 38. Imperial Tritlington Northumberland Tritlington , township, Bothal par., Northumberland, 4 miles N. of Morpeth, 1279 ac., pop. 132. Bartholomew
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