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Rutter's School School House, Longbenton

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Frances Aitchison Helen (1881 - 1947)

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War Memorial, Egremont

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Brathay Bridge

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Brathay Footbridge

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Church of the Holy Trinity, Brathay

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Brathay Hall

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Brathay, Cumbria

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Clappersgate, Cumbria

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Monkwearmouth Railway Bridge

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Elephant Tea Rooms, Sunderland

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Wallsend WW1 Casualties and Combatants

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Ponteland Parish

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Medburn, Northumberland

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Med Burn

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Eachwick Hall

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Eachwick, Northumberland

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Thomas Widdrington (c.1600 - 1664)

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John Swinburne (1762 - 1860)

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Former Bay Horse Inn, Stamfordham

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Swinburne Arms, Stamfordham

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Stamfordham Village Hall

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1663

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Ferryhill Station Primary School

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Ferryhill Railway Station (Closed, 1969)

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Frances Aitchison Helen (1881 - 1947)

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EGREMONT CENOTAPH

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Egremont main street

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War Memorial, Egremont

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Clappersgate, Cumbria

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Brathay Bridge

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Brathay Bridge

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Cottages on Bog Lane

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Brathay Bridge

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Brathay Bridge

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Latest 25 comments
Simon Cotterill - "WALLSEND NURSE DIES ON ACTIVE SERVICE....Nurse Sylvia Stephenson, eldest daughter of Mrs M Stephenson and the late Alderman Chris Stephenson, of The Green, Wallsend, has died of dysentery in a mil...

Added to Sylvia Stephenson - Nurse - Wallsend (Died of dysentery) - 6 days, 16 hours ago
Simon Cotterill - "WALLSEND MINER'S BRAVERY ON THE FIELD. The first deputy to join the Colours from the Yard seam of Wallsend gas pit has been promoted to the rank of corporal for conspicuous bravery under heavy she...

Added to Corpl Stafford - Wallsend (promoted for bravery) - 6 days, 16 hours ago
Simon Cotterill - Hi George, thanks for adding these details for Captain Turnbull to Co-Curate - was he a relative of yours?

Added to J Turnbull - 8th DLI - Chester-le-Street (Wounded) - 1 week, 4 days ago
Simon Cotterill - CWGC info notes: Stevenson, Albert 1st/8th Bn. Durham Light Infantry Died 05/11/16 Died in France Age: 29 Service no: 2507 Son of Henry and Amelia Stevenson, of 62, Albert St., Grange Vil...

Added to Albert Stevenson - Army - Grange Villa - 1 month, 1 week ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks Martin for yet more great info!

Added to 1916-03-28 (Mar) A 12 - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - T.S. Duddy, Durham Light Infantry, DCM

Added to 1916-02-12 (Feb) B 01 - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - Seaman J Egglestone RN of Spennymoor (Missing)

Added to 1916-02-16 (Feb) D 10 - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - R Wilkinson, 14th DLI, of Spennymoor

Added to 1916-03-02 (Mar) D 10 - 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - George Knott of North Shields - Captain of the SS Spennymoor. See his story at http://www.newmp.org.uk/article.php?categoryid=99&articleid=1627&displayorder=77

Added to Captain Knott - steamer Spennymoor - lost at sea - 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks for this additional info Martin!

Added to JT Cant - 2nd DLI - Kirk Merrington (Killed) - 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks for sharing all that information Martin. Was he a relative of yours?

Added to S Scaife - 6th DLI - Durham (Killed) - 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - This is Callers furniture store in Newcastle, which also did festive displays.

Added to fenwicks window - 2 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks for sharing that Jonathan. Hard to imagine the loss to your family at that time, and your Great Uncle making that sacrifice at just age 19.

Added to WW Parkinson - 8th DLI - Hamsteels Colliery (Missing) - 2 months, 1 week ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks for sharing that Nathan - you must be really proud of your great Grandfather.

Added to Pte Alfred Stokes - 5th N.F. - Jarrow (wins D.C.M) - 2 months, 1 week ago
Simon Cotterill - Hi Richard, Thanks for sharing this additional information. It is hard to imaging enduring such horrific conditions, let alone how James found the inner strength for such heroics. Interesting to...

Added to James Pringle Campbell - Royal Engineers - Amble - 5 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Will also feed that back to Sitelines & Historic England which mention it as the only surviving example. Perhaps there is a point of clarification regarding the type of hydrolic machinery. List ent...

Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 6 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Hi Maz, Thanks so much for your comment. Yes, you are absolutely right about the swing bridge. I've reworded the description to clarify that the Accumulator Tower is a surviving example on the R...

Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 6 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Ridley Park Lodge s located at the Park View entrance to the park. It was built in the early 20th Century and provided accommodation for the Park Superintendent; thereafter it was let to members of...

Added to Ridley Park, Blyth - 9 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Maybe the chimney to the left of the picture was part of the Forth Banks Power Station?

Added to Forth Banks, Newcastle c1900 - 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - I remember 'discovering' the Handyside Arcade when I first came to Newcastle as a student. It was like an Aladin's Cave, that seemed to go on forever. It was full of interesting unique small shops,...

Added to Handyside Arcade - 1 year, 3 months ago
Simon Cotterill - A somewhat Newcastle-centric potted history of the North of England! When Smiley wrote this Newcastle was part of the county of Northumberland. He is setting the scene for George Stephenson's biogr...

Added to Quick History of Newcastle and the North East - 1 year, 3 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks - I've now tagged the photo to a page on St Dominic's: https://co-curate.ncl.ac.uk/st-dominics-priory/ The photo draws your focus on to the interesting sculptor/undertaker's building in th...

Added to 003983:New Bridge Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1900 - 1 year, 3 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Caption for this image in the book: "The Venerable Bede dictating the last words of his translation of the Bible." (p111)

Added to Image from page 130 of "Our own English Bible : its translators and their work : the manuscript period" (1913) - 1 year, 4 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks Jim - thats really interesting to see that roller skating was so popular back then, and that South Shields was leading the way with such an impressive rink! I was surprised to see that rolle...

Added to 029860:Ice Skating South Shields unknown c.1910 - 1 year, 5 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Maybe he is the same John Clayton! - worth doing some family research...

Added to Bessie Surtees' House - 1 year, 8 months ago

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