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Place name County Entry Source BATH Somerset Widdrington; of Bathwick, Lord W. Powlett; of St. John's chapel, Trustees; of St. Mary Magdalene, the Lord Chancellor; of Octagon Imperial CARTINGTON Northumberland hamlet of Sandylands. Acres, 1,912. Pop., 84. Houses, 15. Cartington Castle was a seat of the Ratcliffes and the Widdringtons. Imperial CHEVINGTON Northumberland Widdrington and Acklington stations, 5½ miles SSW of Warkworth. Acres, 2, 225, and 1,804. Real property, £ 6, 999; of which Imperial DUNRIDGE, or Druridge Northumberland hamlet in Widdrington parish, Northumberland; on a bay of its own name, 8½ miles NE of Morpeth. Pop., 58. Imperial DURHAM County Durham Widdrington, Horton, New-biggen, and Widdington. The deanery of Norham contains the rectory of Ford; the vicarages of Berwick-upon Imperial FELTON Northumberland Widdringtons; and passed to the Riddells. The barons of Northumberland did homage at Old Felton, in 1216, to Alexander of Scotland Imperial HAUGHTON Northumberland Widdringtons; and is now the seat of George Crawshay, Esq. It occupies a picturesque site; is itself an edifice of the time Imperial HORSLEY (LONG) Northumberland Widdrington r. station, and 6 NW by N of Morpeth; and has a post office under Morpeth.The parish Imperial LINTON Northumberland LINTON , a hamlet in Widdrington chapelry, Northumberland; on the river Line, near the coast, 5½ miles NE of Morpeth. Imperial MORPETH Northumberland Widdrington, Ulgham, and Bothal, the township of Hepscott, four townships of Warkworth, five of Hebburn, and three of Felton, and the extra Imperial NORTHUMBERLAND Northumberland Widdrington, Mother of many a valiant son; At Coquet Isle their beads they tell To the good saint who own'd the cell Imperial ULGHAM Northumberland Widdrington r. station, and 4¾ NNE of Morpeth. Post town, Morpeth. Acres, 3,615. Real property, £3,293. Pop., 362. Houses Imperial Widdrington Northumberland Widdrington , township and vil. with ry. sta., Woodburn par., Northumberland - township, 4702 ac. land and 245 foreshore, pop. 1038; vil., 6½ miles Bartholomew WIDDRINGTON Northumberland WIDDRINGTON , a parish in Morpeth district, Northumberland; adjacent to the Northeastern railway, 7½ miles NE by N of Morpeth Imperial Widrington Widrington . See WIDDRINGTON. Bartholomew Woodhorn Northumberland miles NE. of Morpeth - par. (containing Newbiggin, North Seaton, Widdrington, &c.), 12,402 ac., pop. 5049; township, 1485 ac., pop. 177. Bartholomew
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