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Charles Brandling (1733–1802)
- "Charles Brandling (1733–1802) was High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1781 and was Member of Parliament for Newcastle 1784–1798. He married Elizabeth Thompson, heiress of Shotton near Peterlee, and built a ...
The Racecourse
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The Racecourse
- The Racecourse is a sports ground belonging to Durham University, located in Durham, next to the River Wear. It has been used as a sports ground since at least 1733. ...
Friends Meeting House, Moorhouse
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Friends Meeting House, Moorhouse
- Overview Map Street View A former Friends Meeting House (Quakers) is located in Moorhouse. The meeting house was built 1733, replacing an earlier meeting house of 1681. The Meeting closed in ...

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