Black Callerton


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Entering Black Callerton

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Black Callerton Farmhouse

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Black Callerton farmhouse

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Plaque on wall at Black Callerton

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Former Presbyterian Chapel, Black Callerton

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Former Presbyterian Chapel, Black Callerton

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'Waggonways Walk' marker, Black Callerton

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Cottage at Black Callerton

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Black Callerton

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Footpath at former Brass Pit

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Remains of Andrew Pit

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Black Callerton farmhouse

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Tyne and Wear HER(1302): Black Callerton village
- "The earliest reference is 1246, when Eustace Delaval made a grant of half the manor of Black Callerton, comprising 12 bovates and 3 cottages. There were 10 tax- payers in ...

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