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Black Carts Extraparochial, 1855

Extract from: History, Topography, and Directory of Northumberland...Whellan, William, & Co, 1855.

BLACK CARTS AND RYEHILL are two extra-parochial places, in the north western division of Tindale ward. They contained 438 acres, and their rateable value is £376 13s. 6d. Their population is supposed to have been returned with Warden in 1801 and 1821; in 1811, they contained 26; in 1831, 15; in 1841, 17; and in 1851, 23 inhabitants. The farmers are Matthew Dixon, Ryehill; and Elizabeth Heslop, Black Carts.

Black Carts Rye Hill (Humshaugh)


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