Keys to the Past HER: N9897
Grid ref: NZ021525

Cronkley, Northumberland


Cronkley is a farm and hamlet located in the south of Northumberland, by Derwent Reservoir. There has been a settlement here since at least the 13th century. Earthworks near Cronkley Farm are thought to be the remains of a deserted medieval village.[1]

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Cronkley

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Cronkley Farm

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Cronkley Farm and the Derwent Reservoir

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Cottages at Cronkley

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Cronkley viewed from across the Derwent reservoir

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Cronkley

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Looking towards Cronkley

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Cronkley

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Derwent Reservoir
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Derwent Reservoir
- Derwent Reservoir in County Durham is a reservoir on the River Derwent close to the border between County Durham and Northumberland (not to be confused with Derwent Reservoir in Derbyshire). ...
Healey Parish, Northumberland
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Healey Parish, Northumberland
- Healey Village St John's Church Healey Hall Heally Mill Minsteracres Cronkerly  The civil parish of Healey is located in the south of Northumberland. The parish borders with County Durham by ...
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Cronkley deserted medieval village (Healey)
- "There has been settlement at Cronkley since the 13th century. A number of medieval documents record the number of taxpayers and tenants in the village. For example, in 1296 there ...

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