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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Shotley Low Quarter


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Shotley Low Quarter Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
3 Stone Water Troughs at Unthank 1045289 II    
Allensford Blast Furnace, on N. Bank of R. Derwent 250 Metres East of Bridge 1045303 II    
Allensford Mill Farmhouse and Adjacent Outbuildings 1045297 II    
Black Hedley Farmhouse 1156166 II    
Boundary Stone Alongside Fence at NGR NZ04924972 1240686 II    
Boundary Stone at Above NGR NZ04944950 1240690 II    
Boundary Stone at NFR NZ05224956 1240691 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05404894 1260896 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ04844956 1240688 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ04914951 1240689 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05244958 1240692 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05304936 1240695 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05364945 1240694 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05364947 1240720 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05384913 1260916 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ06634990 1045314 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ06645006 1156465 II    
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ05234930 1240722 II    
Burn House, and Burn House Cottage 1156096 II    
Chatt Headstone 6 Metres East of Church of St Andrew 1045308 II    
Church of St Andrew 1156312 II 1769 Graymare Hill
Church of St John 1303009 II    
Crooked Oak Farmhouse 1370295 II    
Derwent Bridge 1045302 II    
Doctor's Cottage, 40 Metres North of Black Hedley Farmhouse 1156239 II    
Durhamfield Farmhouse and Adjacent Outbuildings 1045296 II    
Ebchester Bridge 1260965 II    
Farmbuilding Range South-West of Greenhead Cottages 1156292 II    
Farmbuildings North and East of High Waskerley Farmhouse 1370296 II    
Farmbuildings to West of Whittonstall Hall Farmhouse 1370293 II    
Field Head Farmhouse 1370292 II    
Forge Cottage 1045274 II    
Garden Ornament 6 Metres East of South-East Corner of Shotley Hall 1045300 II    
Garden Walls to East, North and South of Black Hedley Farmhouse 1045304 II    
Gate Lodge to Shotley Hall 1370291 II    
Gate Piers to Shotley Hall, with Attached Forecourt Walls 1303057 II    
Gibson Headstone 13 Metres South-East of Church of St. Andrew 1302894 II    
Granary Cottage and Adjacent Farmbuilding Range to North of Black Hedley Farmhouse 1045305 II    
Greenhead Cottages and Attached Walls 1045306 II    
Greenhead House 1045307 II    
Hearse House North-West of Church of St. Andrew 1045309 II   Graymare Hill
High Waskerley Farmhouse 1302850 II    
Hopper Mausoleum North-East of Church of St. Andrew 1302881  I c.1752 Graymare Hill
Hunter Headstone 3 Metres South-East of Chancel of Church of St. Andrew 1045310 II    
Limekiln 30 Metres North of Lead Mill House 1156462 II    
Milestone 110 Metres North of Entrance to Eddisbridge Farm 1156119 II    
Moor Game Byre 600 Metres West of New House Farm 1370289 II    
Old Wash-House 10 Metres North-West of Black Hedley Farmhouse 1370294 II    
Orchard House 1045299 II    
Outbuilding 20 Metres East of No. 2 Newlands Farm Cottages 1156493 II    
Post Office Adjacent House 1045298 II    
Boundary stone about 500m. north- east of Shotley Spa 1067544 II C19th  
Shotley Bridge, over River Derwent 1370290 II    
Shotley Hall 1156072  II*    
Shotley Hall Stable Block and Attached Wall to South-West 1045301 II    
Shotley Low Quarter War Memorial 1439785 II    
Smith Headstone 2 Metres South-West of Porch of Church of St. Andrew 1045311 II    
Socket Stone 2.5 Metres South-West of Porch of St. Andrew 1156423 II    
The Old School 1156505 II    
The Old Schoolhouse 1045275 II    
The Old Stable and Attached Garden Wall 30 Metres South West of Black Hedlay Farmhouse 1156195 II    
Thompson Headstone 6 Metres West of Church of St. Andrews 1045312 II    
Whittonstall Old Vicarage 1156525 II    
Allensford blast furnace 1006405 n/a   Scheduled Monument

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.

Shotley Low Quarter Parish Hopper Mausoleum, Shotley Low Quarter Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
Hopper Mausoleum, Shotley Low Quarter
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Hopper Mausoleum, Shotley Low Quarter
- The Hopper Mausoleum in the churchyard of St. Andrew's Church, Greymare Hill in Northumberland. It is inscribed: "Erected by Humfrey Hopper of Black Hedley, in memory of his wife Jane ...
Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
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Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter

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