12th Century

1100 - 1199 AD

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Hugh de Puiset (1125-1195)
- Overview About Hugh de Puiset Hugh de Puiset (aka Bishop Pudsey) was Bishop of Durham between 1153 and 1195, and Chief Justiciar of England under King Richard I. He was noted as ...
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St Cuthbert's Church, Darlington
- Overview Map In 995 AD Darlington was one of the resting places of St Cuthbert’s remains on the journey from Ripon to Durham. Bishop Puiset built a palace (on the site of ...
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Church of St Andrew, Bothal
- Overview Map Street View "Much of the present building is 600 – 800 years old, however, part of an Anglo-Saxon cross and other stone fragments provide evidence of a much ...
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Holy Cross Church (ruins), Wallsend
- Overview Map Street View The Holy Cross Church, located near Valley Gardens in Wallsend dates from the mid 12th century. It was the chapel for Wallsend in the parish of ...
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St Catherines Chapel, Hylton
- Overview Map Street View The chapel, located near Hyton Castle, dates back to at least the 12th Century and is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade 1 listed building.
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Church of St Brandon, Brancepeth
- Overview Map St. Brandon’s is the parish church of Brancepeth in County Durham. The church is located just outside the main part of the village, and is close to Brancepeth Castle. ...
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Church of St Mary, Barnard Castle
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's parish church is located the heart of Barnard Castle and stands at the top of The Bank and overlooks the Market Cross. The church ...
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Church of St. Mary, Longframlington
- Overview Map Street View The parish church in Longframlington dates from c.1190, possibly on the site of an even earlier church. It was a chapel of ease to Felton until ...


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