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Anick is a small village in Northumberland, located about a mile north-east of Hexham, and part of Sandhoe Civil Parish. In the 14th century Anick was an important settlement, however the village has shrunk in size and population since then.[1] In the early 19th century, Alick and Anick Grange were both townships in the ancient parish of St. John Lee. Both townships became civil parishes from 1866 and remained so until 1887[2] (when they were presumably absorbed into Sandhoe Civil Parish).

Northumberland Sandhoe Civil Parish Beaufront Castle Oakwood Anick Grange Anick Township, 1848
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The Rat Inn, Anick

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Anick Grange and the Tyne valley

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Beaufront Women's Institute, Anick

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Bank Foot, Anick

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Anick (Sandhoe)
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Keys to the Past HER: N8680
County: Northumberland
Grid sq: NY9565


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