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Armstrong Cottages


Twelve almshouses, located off Town Foot in Rothbury, dated 1896. With a plaque inscribed "Erected by WILLIAM GEORGE BARON ARMSTRONG of Cragside in Memory of ANNE ARMSTRONG HIS MUCH LOVED MOTHER MDCCCXCVI". They are a Grade II listed building.

Rothbury 1896 Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900) Almshouses Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rothbury
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Armstrong Cottages, Rothbury

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Armstrong's Cottages

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Armstrong Cottages

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Alms Houses by Town Foot, Rothbury

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Armstrong Cottages, Rothbury

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ARMSTRONG COTTAGES - Rothbury - List Entry
- "Almshouses, dated 1896. Rock-faced stone; red clay tile roofs. Ranges around rectangular garden open to south, with 6 cottages to rear and 3 on each side. Single storey; each house ...

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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
- Overview About William Armstrong William George Armstrong was born on 26th November 1810, in Shieldfield, Newcastle. He became a prominent engineer and industrialist who founded the Armstrong Whitworth company, producing armaments which ...

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List number: 1281765
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 7NU
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0606401828

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