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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hamsterley Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hamsterley Civil Parish, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
2 Hodgshon Tombs Circa 9 Metres South West of Church of St James 1203253 II    
Barn 20 Metres North of Lane House 1121604 II    
Barn to North East of Village Hall 1121607 II    
Church of St James 1322777  I C13th  
Diddridge Bridge over Linburn Beck 1121605 II    
Dowson Tomb Circa 3 Metres South of Baptist Chapel 1376872 II    
Edge Knoll Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings 1322773 II    
Former Cottage 20 Metres to East of Edge Knoll 1121602 II    
Former Manse to Hamsterley Baptist Chapel 1121610 II    
Garden Wall to West of Edge Knoll 1121601 II    
Garner Tomb Circa 2 Metres South of Baptist Chapel 1121611 II    
Gate Piers, Gates and Lamp Circa 10 Metres North West of Church of St James 1203241 II    
Gibbon Tomb Circa 2 Metres East of South Transept of Church of St James 1121615 II    
Glen View 1376643 II    
Guide Post Opposite Number 1 South View Cottage 1376895 II    
Hamsterley Baptist Chapel 1322775  II* 1774  
Hamsterley House 1031790 II    
Hamsterley Post Office 1322776 II    
Hamsterley War Memorial 1437875 II    
Lane House 1121603 II    
Low Stonechester 1121600 II    
Mainprise Tomb Circa 10 Metres South West of Church of St James 1121614 II    
Marshal Tomb Circa 6 Metres South of Church of St James 1203263 II    
Outbuildings and Wall to East of Edge Knoll Farmhouse 1322774 II    
Parkin Tomb Circa 8 Metres South of Church of St James 1322778 II    
Pear Tree Cottage and Attached Outbuildings 1025897 II    
Plane Tree Cottage and Walls Attached 1376657 II    
Pond House Cottage and Archway Attached 1121609 II    
Prospect House 1121606 II    
Raine Tomb Circa 8 Metres East of Church of St James 1322779 II    
Roslyn House 1121612 II    
The Lodge 1121608 II    
Vasey Tomb Circa 8 Metres South East of Church of St James 1203268 II    
Watson Tomb Circa 10 Metres West of Church of St James 1121613 II    
Whitfield Tomb Circa 4 Metres North of Baptist Chapel 1376647 II    

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Hamsterley Civil Parish Church of St James, Hamsterley Hamsterley Baptist Church Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland
Hamsterley Baptist Church
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Hamsterley Baptist Church
Church of St James, Hamsterley
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Church of St James, Hamsterley
- Overview Map Street View St. James' Church is located about ½ mile east of Hamesterly. The Parish Church was built in the 13th Century, possibly incorporating fragments of an earlier ...

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