Herrington


The Herringtons are split into East & Middle and West and New villages.

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New Herrington Country Park

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Herrington Colliery (1874-1985)
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Herrington Colliery (1874-1985)
- Herrington Colliery opened in 1874 near Herrington. At that time it was owned by of the Earl of Durham and the colliery worked the 'Hutton seam' which was 3 feet in thickness, at ...
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Herrington Colliery by Jules Kelly

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T Bostle, New Herrington, killed

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HR Hutton - 10th Yorks - New Herrington (Wounded)

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Peter Oliver - 2nd Inniskilling Fusiliers - Herrington (Killed)

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S Coffey - HLI - New Herrington (Died of Wounds)

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J Hay - 2nd DLI - New Herrington (Killed)

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John Stephenson - 6th Yorks - New Herrington (Killed)

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new herrington 1967

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NEW HERRINGTON CLUB 1990

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Houghton-le-Spring
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Houghton-le-Spring
- Overview About Houghton-le-Spring Map Street View   Houghton-le-Spring is a town in North East England, which has its recorded origins in Norman times. Historically in County Durham, it is now ...
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Herrington Heritage
- Herrington Local History Group

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