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Esper Shields

Esper Shields is a farm / hamletnear Slaley Hall, located to the south of Hexham in Northumberland. There is an 18th century boundry marker, known as Donald's Grave, here. In the past Espershields with Milshield township (presumably related) had a population of 198 in 1848, and was part of the Parish of Bywell St Peters. 

Northumberland Espershields with Milshield Township, 1848 Healey Civil Parish Donald's Grave, Esper Shields
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Farm Buildings, Esper Shields

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Coal Road leading to Slaley Golf Course

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