Coatham Mundeville


Coatham Mundeville is a village in the borough of Darlington in County Durham. It is situated by the River Skerne near Brafferton, on the A167 between Newton Aycliffe and Darlington.

COATHAM-MUNDEVILLE, a township, in the parish of Haughton-le-Skerne, union of Darlington, S.W. division of Stockton ward, S. division of the county of Durham, 4 miles (N.) from Darlington, on the road to Durham; containing 138 inhabitants. The place takes its distinguishing name from the family of Amundeville, to whom it belonged in the first or second century after the Conquest. A chapel dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene existed here at a very early period, and it is probable that it continued for several centuries, being mentioned so late as the year 1680, when, however, it seems to have been in ruins. The township comprises 1466 acres, of which 771 are arable, 668 grass land, 12 wood, and 15 road and waste. On the river Skerne is a manufactory for spinning flax and shoe-thread. The Stockton and Darlington railway passes through the township, on its way to the collieries and the Aucklands. The tithes have been commuted for a yearly rent-charge of £95. 17., and there is a glebe of 16 acres.

Extract from: A Topographical Dictionary of England comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate and market towns, parishes, and townships..... 7th Edition, by Samuel Lewis, London, 1848.
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Foresters Arms : Coatham Mundeville

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Residence in former church at Coatham Mundeville

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Coatham Mundeville Conservation Area - Character Appraisal
- Detailed document by Darlington Borough Council - including maps, photos, and detailed history. "The earliest known reference to the settlement is contained in a document of AD 1200 in which it ...

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A farmstead in Coatham Mundeville

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Patches Lane : Ford

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Brafferton Lane junction

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Coatham Hall

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Hall Garth Hall

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Hall Garth Hotel, Aug 2012

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Morning River at Hall Garth

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Hall Garth Hotel, Aug 2012

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Darlington
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Darlington
- Overview History Timeline Map Street View Darlington is a large town located in the south of County Durham close to the River Tees and the border with North Yorkshire. The River ...
Brafferton
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Brafferton
- Overview Map Street View Bafferton is a village in County Durham which is just over a mile South East of Newton Aycliffe and 3 miles North of Darlington.
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Mill Bridge : Coatham Munderville

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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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