1822


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In Northern England:

  • 1822: John Clayton became Town Clerk of Newcastle; influential in developing the city centre.
  • 3rd January 1822: Seaton Deleval Hall badly damaged by fire
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
025306:View of Newburn City Engineers 1976

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from Beamish (flickr)
Eston Church 1822 as planned

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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John Clayton (1792 -1890)
- Overview About John Clayton John Clayton is best known for his role as Town Clerk of Newcastle during the 19th century. Clayton was born on 10th June 1792 and went ...
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Former Ebenezer Chapel, West Rainton
- Map Street View "John Wesley himself is believed to have twice preached to the miners of West Rainton in April 1747. Services were held in the homes of members until ...
Court House, Morpeth
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Court House, Morpeth
- Overview Map Street View The Court House in Morpeth was built in 1822, and designed by John Dobson in the style of a medieval castle.[1] It was originally part of ...
Church of St Mary, Heworth
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Church of St Mary, Heworth
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the Anglican parish church for Heworth, Pelaw, Bill Quay and Wardley, to the east of Gateshead,&nbsp;located on Shields Road, near Heworth Metro.[1] The ...
5 Ravensworth Terrace, Newcastle
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5 Ravensworth Terrace, Newcastle
- Overview History Map Street View No. 5. This five story Georgian house on Ravensworth Terrace in the Summerhill area off Westgate Road in Newcastle was built by local developer William ...
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9-13 Ravensworth Terrace, Newcastle

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