Archdeacon Newton


Archdeacon Newton is a small hamlet and parish near Darlington in County Durham. It is the site of an abandoned Medieval village and moated manor house, now mostly under pasture and farm buildings, but with with visible earthworks.

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Archdeacon Newton
- "...Archdeacon Newton was once a New Town where the Archdeacon of Durham had a manor; buttresses, broken arches and fire-places may be found in many of the farm buildings in ...

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Garthorne Farm Archdeacon Newton

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Hall Farm Archdeacon Newton

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Archdeacon Newton

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Archdeacon Newton - Local Histories
- "... As its name suggest the village was once owned by the Archdeacon of Durham. 'Newton' literally means 'New Town'; this suggests that the Archdeacon actually founded and built the village ...

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Borough of Darlington
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Borough of Darlington
- Overview About the Borough of Darlington Map Darlington Borough Council is a unitary authority in the ceremonial county of County Durham. The borough is part of the Tees Valley combined ...

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