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Bellasis


Bellasis is a farmstead located about a mile south-west of Stannington in Northumberland. It is the site of the old manor of Bellasis, which was owned by the Lords of Morpeth and first recorded in the 13th century.[1] Bellasis was later a township in the ancient Parish of Stannington.[2] The farmhouse at Bellasis is dated 1694 with initials R I on front door lintel; it is a Grade II listed building.[3] To the south-west is the 16/17th century Bellasis Bridge over the River Blyth.

Northumberland Stannington Civil Parish Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stannington Civil Parish Bellasis Township, 1848 Bellasis Bridge
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Track to Bellasis Farm

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Bellasis (Stannington)
- "This is the site of the manor of Bellasis, which was owned by the Lords of Morpeth. It is first recorded in the 13th century. The farmstead that now stands ...

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Bellasis Township, 1848
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Bellasis Township, 1848
- BELLASIS, a township, in the parish of Stannington, union and W. division of Castle ward, S. division of Northumberland, 6 miles (S. by E.) from Morpeth. The name, which has ...
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BELLASIS FARMHOUSE, ATTACHED WALL AND OUTBUILDING - List Entry
- "House, attached wall and outbuilding. House dated 1694 with initials R I on front door lintel; rear outshut, outbuilding and attached wall C18, rear wing and east extension late C19 ...

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