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Ancient Parishes of County Durham

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Parish Notes
Auckland, St. Andrew 1848: In the S.E. division are the townships of Byers-Green, Coundon-Grange, Eldon, Middlestone, Midridge, Midridge-Grange, Old-Park, Westerton, and Windleston; while the N. W. division includes the market-town of Bishop-Auckland, the chapelries of St. Helen Auckland and Hamsterley, and the townships of St. Andrew, West Auckland, North and South Bedburn, Barony, Binchester, Coundon, Evenwood, Hunwick with Helmington, Lynesack with Softley, Newfield, Newton-Cap, Pollard's Lands, Shildon, and East Thickley.
Bowes Bowes, Gillmonby
Brancepeth 1848: included townships of Brandon with Byshottles, Brancepeth, Crook with Billy-Row, Hedley-Hope, Hemlington-Row, Stockley, and Wellington.
St Oswald's included the modern districts of Finchale, Framwellgate and Framwellgate Moor, Broom, Neville's Cross, Crossgate, Old and New Elvet, Old Durham, Shincliffe, Croxdale and Sunderland Bridge.
Civil Parishes in County Durham County Durham, 1848 - Parishes and Townships Chester-Le-Street Parish, 1848 St Oswald's Parish, County Durham,
County Durham, 1848 - Parishes and Townships
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County Durham, 1848 - Parishes and Townships
- A Topographical Dictionary of England comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, and townships..... 7th Edition, by Samuel Lewis, London, 1848. Name Type Population Parish Union …


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