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Haswell Civil Parish


Haswell Civil Parish is located a short distance north of Shotton Colliery and about 4 miles east of the city of Durham. The main settlements of the parish include Haswell, Haswell Plough and Haswell Moor. Historically, Haswell was a township in the ancient parish of Easington; before the opening of collieries here in the 19th century, there was a smaller population (112 people in 1835), with separate hamlets of Great and Little Haswell.

Population: 1,831 (2011 Census)

Civil Parishes in County Durham Haswell Moor Haswell Haswell Township, 1848 Haswell Plough Historic Buildings and Monuments in Haswell Civil Parish
Haswell
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Haswell
- Overview About Haswell Map Street View Haswell is a village in County Durham, which is in easy commuting distance of Durham City, which is about 6 miles to the west. ...
Haswell Plough
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Haswell Plough
- Haswell Plough is a village in County Durham, located about half a mile south-west of Haswell and a mile north-west of Shotton Colliery.
Haswell Moor
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Haswell Moor
- Overview Map Street View Haswell Moor is a small village in County Durham, located about half a mile north-wesr of Shotton Colliery and a similar distance east of Haswell Plough.
Haswell Township, 1848
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Haswell Township, 1848
- HASWELL, a township, in the parish and union of Easington, S. division of Easington ward, N. division of the county of Durham, 6 miles (E. by N.) from Durham; containing ...
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Haswell; Haswell Plough (County Durham) - Local History
- "Sadly, we know little about Haswell or Haswell Plough before the medieval period. There was certainly some kind of settlement here in the Anglo-Saxon period, as the name of the ...

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